Confined space awareness
What is the course and what does it include?
The purpose of the course is to prevent confined space injuries and to identify potential workplace tasks that need improvement. Also to familiarise delegates with the importance of planning any work in confined spaces prior to entry, how emergencies can arise and the importance of following emergency procedures.
The course includes:
✓ Why do we need to control entry into confined spaces?
✓ Why are entries into confined spaces so potentially dangerous?
✓ Legal requirements
✓ What is a confined space?
✓ What is an entry and what are classes of entry?
✓ General hazards associated with confined spaces
✓ Safe systems of work including risk assessment
✓ Syndicate exercise
✓ Responsibilities of a work control - permit issuer
✓ Responsibilities of a work control - permit acceptor
✓ Responsibilities of a standby person
✓ Before entering and working in a confined space - key points to consider
The standard course duration is half a day. The course can be tailored to include your companies internal procedures and documentation, which extends the course to a full day.
What will your employees receive? Why ABTAC?
What type of confined space awareness training courses are available?
At ABTAC we pride ourself on ensuring that each private course we provide is tailored to your employees needs, ensuring that the course is as relevant as possible.
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What's the cost?
Costs for private courses vary dependent on: number of overall attendees, number of attendees you wish to have on each course. Generally the more attendees per course, the lower the cost per attendee. For more information or an individual course please complete the form on this page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome attendees of all abilities and backgrounds, however currently all of our courses are only conducted in English.