Working AT Height – Academy™ Confined Space Entry Training course’s is aimed at Confined Space Entrants, Observers and Permit Supervisors and covers both theory and practicals. We outline current applicable legislation, permit to work systems, safe systems of work, procedures for entry and rescue. CPR with respect to the observer is also addressed. This course involves actual confined space entry and rescue techniques and exercises.
Confined Space Entry – Competent Person – Course Code: CSRCP-2
On completion of this course, the participants will be able to:
- Describe the responsibility of the confined space entrant, observer and supervisor.
- Describe the confined space rescue procedure.
- State the purpose of a confined space entry permit and list the steps for obtaining one.
- Demonstrate the operation of a gas detector.
- Setting the scene – case histories.
- Confined Spaces – identifying hazards.
Safe Work Practices:
- Entry permits.
- Safe procedures.
- Emergency plans.
- Unsafe atmospheres – definitions.
- Gas detection equipment.
- Practical Session.
- Rescue Procedures.
Syndicate work, discussions, practical demonstrations, practical exercises and assessments.
Personnel must be medically fit and if required have previously attended a Breathing Apparatus Course – all details should be discussed with the Instructor
- Maximum of 8 participants.
- 1 day duration.
Confined Space Entry Advanced – Course Code: CSRA-2
Working AT Height Academy™ Confined Space Entry Advanced Training course is aimed at Confined Space Entrants, Observers and Permit Supervisors and covers both theory and practicals. We outline current applicable legislation, permit to work systems, safe systems of work, procedures for entry and rescue. CPR with respect to the observer is also addressed. This course involves actual advanced confined space entry and rescue techniques and exercises.
Who should attend?
The training is designed to meet sectors of industry working in a confined space that do not require breathing apparatus (SCBA). It will meet all standards for those who may be required to work in confined spaces and participate in the emergency procedures from within a confined space. It is also designed for those who have not received any Confined Space training in the past
1 – 2 Days Depending on Clients Requirements
- Confined Space Regulations 2001
- Code of Practice for working in Confined Space
- Setting the scene: Case histories
- Confined spaces: Identification – Hazards (free flowing solids, engulfment)
- Safe work practices: Entry permits – Safe procedures – Emergency Plan
- Safety equipment: Harnesses, winches, fall arrestors – safety lighting – Personal Protective Equipment
- Atmospheric testing: Unsafe atmospheres – definitions
- Gas detection equipment
- Harnesses, winches, fall arrestors
- Practical exercise – rescue from confined space
Participants who have completed this course will be able to
- Describe the responsibilities of the confined space entrant, observer and supervisor
- Describe the confined space rescue procedures
- State the purpose of a confined space entry and the steps to be taken
- Demonstrate the operation of gas detectors
- Wear a harness correctly and carry out routine harness inspections
- Complete Entry and Exit from confined spaces
- Use Permit to Work in Confined Spaces
- Work as a dedicated team
- Show team leadership
All delegates must have completed confined space entry competent person and have a valid first aid with trauma certification.