Kentra can provide a Confined Spaces Awareness training course including associated Risk Assessment, the course registered by ourselves and designed for everyone with responsibility for controlling work in a Confined Space.
Ratio 12 Candidates: 1 Instructor: 1 Day
For managers, supervisors, operatives and all those with responsibility for controlling work in Confined Spaces and/or carrying out Risk Assessments prior to allowing entry into Confined Spaces. (Delegates should already be able to carry out general Risk Assessments)
Defining and managing confined spaces.
To understand the hazards involved and the use of PPE and testing equipment. I.e. Gas Detection – Hazardous Atmospheres.
Diseases and hygiene
Safety awareness covering current Health & Safety legislation, equipment etc
What is a confined space?
Examples of a confined space?
Risk Assessment and Safe System of Work
Condition of the Confined Space
Identifing the Confined Space Risk level
PPE (personal protective equipment) and Equipment check
IDLH (immediately dangerous to life or health)
Entrant – responsibilities
Attendant – responsibilities
Entry Supervisor – responsibilities
On completion of the work, duties of the person in charge.
A room for the theory session.
The types of equipment we can used during work in a confined space include
Harness and Fall Arrest
Tripod and winch
Emergency escape set
Atmosphere Testing Equipment etc.
If any of these are available the instructor can use as additional demonstration purposes.
Certificate & Validation
Candidates successfully completing this course will receive the following:
Kentra Certificate of Training for Confined Spaces Awareness training course
We also offer training for the delegates entering a Confined Space more details are available on our pages Low Risk and Medium Risk. The level of cover required will be determined by your Risk Assessment of the relevant spaces the candidates will be entering.