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Confined Space Training

Our confined space training courses can be tailored to your requirements and can cover all levels of competency, from basic awareness training through to City & Guilds 6160 suite of courses. Serious injuries and emergencies in confined spaces occur across a wide range of industries. We equip your staff to work safely or respond to critical situations, whether in sewers, underground tunnels, complex manufacturing plants or simple storage vessels.

Training can take place at our dedicated confined space facility in West Sussex, or at your place of work using our state of the art Mobile Confined Space Training Unit, custom built for Rescue2 to meet City & Guilds requirements. A fully equipped vehicle with over 30m of tunnelling, 3m vertical entry shaft, CCTV cameras, and other benefits and features.

Our courses are delivered by experienced front line emergency service professionals and industry specialists. They are able to offer a holistic approach to confined space working and management.  Their expertise, combined with the use of a complete spectrum of modern confined space entry, working and rescue equipment means that you will benefit from the most up-to-date, dynamic and realistic training available in the UK today.

To see our range of courses and to fill out a booking request form please see the list below. If you have any further questions about our courses, please feel free to get in touch.

Available Courses

NEW 6160-03 City & Guilds High Risk Confined Space & 6160-04 City & Guilds Control Entry and Arrangements for Confined Spaces Combined Course
£
POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee for each qualification (no VAT)

Who is this course for?

These units is for those working in a high risk environment and includes preparing to work safely, entering and exiting high risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies and as the entry controller/top person who controls entry and arrangements for confined spaces without entering them. It includes the duties of an entry controller, pre-entry procedures, entry into and exit from the confined space, maintaining communications and initiating and controlling emergency procedures.

Aims and Objectives 

The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for a high risk related confined space environment.

This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas:

Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations or where the operative is working in or near water or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding

Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities, gas, electrical and mechanical engineering, and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries and tunneling.

Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

Theory & Practical Assessment

Duration

4 days (32 hours) 6160-03 (24 hours) & 6160-04 (8 hours)

Available Dates
Poling, West Sussex
  • Monday 17th June 2024
Doncaster, South Yorkshire
  • Tuesday 20th August 2024
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    • Prepare to work safely in high risk confined spaces
    • Enter and exit high risk confined spaces safely
    • Use equipment and tools safely
    • Follow working procedures and work safely
    • Control and Deal with emergency situations
    • Understand the principles of working in high risk confined spaces
    • Understand standard protocols for working in high risk confined spaces
    • Implement procedures for teams working in high risk confined spaces
    • Control safe entry and exit to the high risk confined space
    • Monitor the work team to ensure procedures are followed
    • Understand health and safety and environmental legislation
    • Understand entry controller duties and responsibilities
    • Understand equipment checks and testing required.
    The Assessment only days (two) are for those working in a high risk 6160-03 and rescue 6160-08 environment, who require re-certification without undertaking the full 6160 courses.
    £
    POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee for each qualification (no VAT)

    Who is this Assessment Only route for?

    The Assessment Only Route (two days) are for those working in a high risk and rescue environment, who require re-certification without undertaking the full 6160 courses.

    As a delegate you need to provide evidence of competency and experience of working in a confined space alongwith your recently expired 6160-03 and 6160-08 certificates (within one month) and on the day,  delegate will complete a Self Audit Knowledge and Experience assessment paper.

    The Assessment Only route allows delegate to demonstrate that they already meet all of the standards with the respective 6160 qualification without the need for any further training.

    Aims and Objectives 

    For each 6160 qualification, the aim of this Assessment Only route is as follows:

    • one practical observation, assessed by the use of practical observation criteria
    • one short answer theory test, assessed by either knowledge paper A or B

    Both practical and theory need to be successfully passed to achieve the qualifications.

    Assessment Only route Certification

    Theory Test & Practical Assessment for each 6160 qualification

    Duration

    Day 1 - 6160-03 (8 hours)

    Day 2 - 6160-08 (8 hours)

     

    Available Dates
    Poling, West Sussex
    • Thursday 25th July 2024
    • Monday 4th November 2024
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      • one practical observation, assessed by the use of practical observation criteria for 6160-03
      • one short answer theory test, assessed by either knowledge paper A or B for 6160-03
      • one practical observation, assessed by the use of practical observation criteria for 6160-08
      • one short answer theory test, assessed by either knowledge paper A or B for 6160-08
      This course allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work in medium risk confined spaces and include Entry Conroller role.
      £
      POA + VAT pp + CABWI Registration Fee + Certificate Fee

      Who is this course for?

      This course allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work in high risk confined spaces. It also allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work at high risk confined spaces but who are not required, or are unable, to enter and work in the confined space. Their role will involve acting as an entry controller (top person) on site for those entering the confined space.

      Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

      • This course is assessed using practical observations of skills and a multiple choice knowledge test
      • Delegates must pass both in order to gain the qualification
      • The practical assessment will take place in a controlled confined space environment that meets the Awarding Body criteria
      • The multiple choice knowledge test will take place under controlled examination conditions

      Duration

      3 days (24 hours)

       

      Available Dates
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        • Prepare to enter and work safely in high risk confined spaces.
        • Enter and exit confined spaces safely
        • Prepare and use safety, emergency and escape equipment
        • Use equipment and tools safely and in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions
        • Follow procedures and work safely
        • Deal with emergencies
        • Understand safe working in high risk confined spaces
        • Understand how to minimise risks when working in high risk confined spaces
        • Prepare a team to enter a high risk confined space
        • Ensure teams enter and exit confined spaces safely
        • Monitor teams working in high risk confined spaces
        • Understand how to minimise risks when working as a non-entrant for high risk confined spaces
        Preparing to work safely in tunnels and shafts and how to deal with emergency situations using the correct equipment.
        £
        POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee

        Who is this course for?

        This unit is for anyone who enters and works specifically in confined spaces and accesses tunnels and shafts. It includes preparing to work safely in tunnels and shafts and how to deal with emergency situations using the correct equipment.

        Aims and Objectives

        The aim of this unit is to assess the delegates ability to apply the skills and knowledge required for carrying out work activities in tunnels and shafts where there may be a reasonably foreseeable specified risk.

        This unit also covers using tools and equipment safely and following safety procedures.

        Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

        Theory & Practical Assessment

        Duration

        1 day (7 hours)

         

        Available Dates
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          • Be able to prepare to work safely in confined spaces in tunnels and shafts
          • Be able to enter and exit tunnels and shafts safely
          • Be able to use escape respiratory protective equipment in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications
          • Be able to use equipment and tools safely and in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions
          • Be able to follow procedures and work safely
          • Be able to deal with emergencies
          • Understand procedures for working safely in tunnels and shafts
          • Understand how to comply with relevant industry standards for working in tunnels and shafts
          This course allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work in medium risk confined spaces and include Entry Conroller role.
          £
          POA + VAT pp + CABWI Registration Fee + Certificate Fee

          Who is this course for?

          This course is for those who work in a medium risk environment and includes preparing to work safely, entering and exiting medium risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies and also where their role involves acting as an entry controller (top person) only.

          Aims 

          This course allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work in medium risk confined spaces. It also allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work at medium risk confined spaces but who are not required, or are unable, to enter and work in the confined space. Their role will involve acting as an entry controller (top person) on site for those entering the confined space.

          Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

          • This course is assessed using practical observations of skills and a multiple choice knowledge test
          • Delegates must pass both in order to gain the qualification
          • The practical assessment will take place in a controlled confined space environment that meets the Awarding Body criteria
          • The multiple choice knowledge test will take place under controlled examination conditions

          Duration

          2 days (16 hours)

           

          Available Dates
          There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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            • Prepare to work safely
            • Enter and exit confined spaces safely
            • Prepare and use appropriate escape equipment (in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications)
            • Use equipment and tools safely (in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications)
            • Follow procedures and work safely
            • Deal with emergencies
            • Understand safe working in medium risk confined spaces
            • Understand how to minimise risks when working in medium risk confined spaces
            • Prepare to act as entry controller during a medium risk confined space operation
            • Oversee the entry and exit to the confined space use equipment and tools safely
            • Ensure teams enter and exit confined spaces safely
            • Monitor teams working in medium risk confined spaces
            Rescue 2 course for controlling entry and arrangements for working in a medium risk confined space environment.
            £
            POA + VAT pp

            Who is this course for?

            This is a Rescue 2 designed and certificated course for those who work in and control a medium risk environment and includes preparing to work safely, entering and exiting medium risk confined spaces safely, overseeing entry and exit of confined spaces, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies.

            Aims and Objectives

            The aim of this course is to reflect the national occupational standard for a medium risk related confined space environment.

            The course covers both water and non-water industry areas

            Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations or where the operative is working in or near water or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding

            Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities, gas, electrical and mechanical engineering and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries and tunneling.

            Delivery Method/Assessment with Rescue 2 Certification

            Theory & Practical Assessment

            Duration

            2 days (16 hours)

            Available Dates
            There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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              • Prepare to work safely in medium risk confined spaces
              • Enter and exit a confined space safely
              • Oversee entry and exit at confined space in capacity of Entry Controller
              • Deal with emergency situations
              • Understand the principles of working in medium risk confined spaces
              • Understand standard protocols for working in medium risk confined spaces
              • Use equipment and tools safely
              • Follow working procedures and work safely
              For controlling entry and arrangements for working in a medium risk confined space environment.
              £
              POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee

              Who is this course for?

              This unit is for the entry controller/top person who controls entry and arrangements for medium risk confined spaces and works within them. It includes the duties of an entry controller, pre-entry procedures, preparing to work safely, using equipment and tools safely, entry into and exit from the medium risk confined space, maintaining communications, and initiating and following emergency arrangements.

              Aims and Objectives

              The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for controlling entry and arrangements for working in a medium risk confined space environment.

              This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations or where the operative is working in or near water or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding.

              Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities, gas, electrical and mechanical engineering and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries and tunnelling.

              Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

              Theory & Practical Assessment

              Duration

              2 days (16 hours)

              Levy

              This course is eligible for CITB levy.

               

              Available Dates
              Poling, West Sussex
              • Thursday 4th July 2024
              • Tuesday 30th July 2024
              • Thursday 8th August 2024
              • Tuesday 27th August 2024
              • Thursday 5th September 2024
              • Monday 30th September 2024
              • Wednesday 30th October 2024
              • Monday 18th November 2024
              • Thursday 5th December 2024
              • Wednesday 18th December 2024
              Doncaster, South Yorkshire
              • Thursday 13th June 2024
              • Monday 29th July 2024
              • Thursday 8th August 2024
              • Monday 16th September 2024
              • Thursday 17th October 2024
              • Thursday 21st November 2024
              • Monday 16th December 2024
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                • Prepare to work safely in medium risk confined spaces
                • Enter and exit the medium risk confined space safely
                • Work safely and monitor the work team to ensure procedures are followed
                • Deal with emergency situations
                • Understand the principles of working in medium risk confined spaces
                • Understand standard protocols for working in medium risk confined spaces
                • Understand entry controller duties and responsibilities
                • Understand equipment checks and inspection required
                For anyone working in irrespirable environments where the use of working compressed air breathing apparatus is required for either short durations for specific tasks or prolonged working
                £
                POA + VAT pp

                Who is this course for?

                This course is aimed at anyone working in irrespirable environments where the use of working compressed air breathing apparatus is required for either short durations for specific tasks or prolonged working. This may include working with chemicals or gases, viral risks or dusts and particles as an example. The course is a refresher on existing skills and knowledge and offers the opportunity receive updated information.

                Aim

                This course is designed to meet the requirements for working safely using full respiratory protective equipment such as self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and comply with current key legislation.

                Learning Outcomes

                To enable delegates to understand and effectively comply with the relevant legislation and regulations associated with breathing apparatus wearing including specific working policies and procedures relevant to generic wok activities and client specific activities. This includes:

                Delivery Method

                A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and Presentation/demonstrations, practical application and question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                Assessment and Certification

                Continued assessment process with final written question paper leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                Duration

                3 hours

                Available Dates
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                  • Breathing Apparatus and cylinder set description refresher
                  • Breathing Apparatus General checks and Start up refresher
                  • The importance of Record keeping
                  • Wearer Distress
                  • Practical exercises
                  • Breathing Apparatus entry control refresher
                  • Client specific Breathing Apparatus policies and procedures refresher
                  • Updates in information, legislation, policies and procedures
                  For anyone working in irrespirable environments where the use of working compressed air breathing apparatus is required for either short durations for specific tasks or prolonged working.
                  £
                  POA + VAT pp

                  Who is this course for?

                  This course is aimed at anyone working in irrespirable environments where the use of working compressed air breathing apparatus is required for either short durations for specific tasks or prolonged working. This may include working with chemicals or gases, viral risks or dusts and particles as an example.

                  Aim

                  This course is designed to meet the requirements for working safely using full respiratory protective equipment such as self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and comply with current key legislation.

                  Learning Outcomes

                  To enable delegates to understand and effectively comply with the relevant legislation and regulations associated with breathing apparatus wearing including specific working policies and procedures relevant to generic wok activities and client specific activities. This includes:

                  Delivery Method

                  A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and Presentation/demonstrations, practical application and question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                  Assessment and Certification

                  Continued assessment process with final written question paper leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                  Duration

                  1 day (6 hours)

                  Available Dates
                  There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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                    • Breathing Apparatus history and legislation
                    • Physiology of Respiration
                    • Breathing Apparatus set description
                    • Breathing Apparatus cylinders and durations
                    • Breathing Apparatus General checks and Start up procedures
                    • The importance of Record keeping
                    • Wearer Distress
                    • Practical exercises
                    • Breathing Apparatus entry control
                    • Client specific Breathing Apparatus policies and procedures
                    For anyone working in confined spaces such as sewers, vessels, tanks and chambers, who need a foundation course in understanding safe confined space working.
                    £
                    POA + VAT pp

                    Who is this course for?

                    This course is aimed at anyone working in confined spaces such as sewers, vessels, tanks and chambers, who need a foundation course in understanding safe confined space working. This course includes the use of a variety of safety equipment, personal protective equipment and respiratory protective equipment. The course can be tailored to meet your specific needs to ensure that you receive a bespoke training package. The course is not competence based, but does require delegates to show an understanding of safe working practices and emergency arrangements including the use of a variety of entry and safety equipment and use of respiratory protective equipment.

                    Aim

                    This course is designed to meet the requirements for working safely in confined spaces in line with the Confined Space Regulations 1997 along with other key legislation.

                    Learning Outcomes

                    To enable delegates to understand and effectively comply with the relevant legislation and regulations associated with confined space working. They will be trained to understand how to safely select, use, visually inspect and maintain confined space equipment including escape breathing apparatus, enter and work safely in confined spaces and act on an emergency ensuring that arrangements are in place. This will include:

                    • Prepare to enter and work safely in confined spaces
                    • Enter and exit confined spaces safely
                    • Prepare and use respiratory protective equipment (escape breathing apparatus) in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications
                    • Use equipment and tools safely and in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions
                    • Follow procedures and work safely
                    • Deal with emergencies
                    • Use appropriate behaviour for working in confined spaces
                    • Use appropriate industry knowledge for working in confined spaces
                    • Apply relevant industry standards for working in confined spaces

                    Delivery Method

                    A combination of:

                    • Classroom based activity
                    • Syndicate working
                    • Presentation
                    • Demonstrations with practical application
                    • Confined Space Workbook

                    Assessment and Certification

                    The course is assessed on attendance.

                    Duration

                    1 day (6 hours)

                    Levy

                    This course is eligible for CITB levy.

                    Available Dates
                    Poling, West Sussex
                    • Thursday 13th June 2024
                    • Tuesday 2nd July 2024
                    • Friday 19th July 2024
                    • Friday 2nd August 2024
                    • Monday 12th August 2024
                    • Monday 2nd September 2024
                    • Friday 20th September 2024
                    • Thursday 3rd October 2024
                    • Tuesday 15th October 2024
                    • Monday 28th October 2024
                    • Friday 1st November 2024
                    • Monday 25th November 2024
                    Doncaster, South Yorkshire
                    • Wednesday 3rd July 2024
                    • Wednesday 14th August 2024
                    • Friday 20th September 2024
                    • Monday 14th October 2024
                    • Friday 15th November 2024
                    • Tuesday 10th December 2024
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                      • Introduction to course
                      • Health and safety overview
                      • Confined space regulations
                      • Hazardous Environments
                      • Gas and environment monitoring
                      • Risk assessments and Method Statements
                      • Personal protective equipment
                      • Safety equipment
                      • Respiratory Protective Equipment (Escape breathing apparatus)
                      • Safe entry procedures
                      • Safe working procedures
                      • Safe exit procedures
                      • Emergency arrangements
                      • Practical exercise
                      • Company/industry specific confined space policy and procedures.
                      For supervisors of confined spaces
                      £
                      POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee

                      Who is this course for?

                      This unit is for supervisors of confined spaces it includes planning and allocating activities for a team, pre-entry procedures, entry into and exit from the confined space, selection of personnel, maintaining communications, and initiating and controlling emergency procedures.

                      Aims and Objectives

                      The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for supervising entry and arrangements at a confined space. This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas.

                      Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations, or where the operative is working in or near water, or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding.

                      Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities gas, electrical and mechanical engineering, and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries, and tunnelling.

                      Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

                      Theory & Practical Assessment

                      Duration

                      2 days (14 hours)

                       

                      Available Dates
                      There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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                        • Implement procedures for team working in confined spaces
                        • Supervise the control of safe entry and exit to the confined space
                        • Supervise the work team to ensure procedures are followed
                        • Control emergency situations
                        • Understand health and safety and environmental legislation
                        • Understand standard protocols for work in confined spaces
                        • Understand supervisory duties and responsibilities
                        • Understand equipment checks and testing required
                        This unit is for the entry controller/top person who controls entry and arrangements for confined spaces without entering them.
                        £
                        POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee

                        Who is this course for?

                        This unit is for the entry controller/top person who controls entry and arrangements for confined spaces without entering them. It includes the duties of an entry controller, pre-entry procedures, entry into and exit from the confined space, maintaining communications and initiating and controlling emergency procedures.

                        Aims and Objectives

                        The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for controlling entry and arrangements at a confined space. This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas.

                        Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations, or where the operative is working in or near water, or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding.

                        Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities gas, electrical and mechanical engineering, and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries, and tunnelling.

                        Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

                        Theory & Practical Assessment

                        Duration

                        3 days (24 hours)

                         

                        Available Dates
                        There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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                          • Implement procedures for teams working in high risk confined spaces
                          • Control safe entry and exit to the high risk confined space
                          • Monitor the work team to ensure procedures are followed
                          • Control emergency situations
                          • Understand health and safety and environmental legislation
                          • Understand standard protocols for work in high risk confined spaces
                          • Understand entry controller duties and responsibilities
                          • Understand equipment checks and testing required
                          Work safely, entering and exiting high risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies.
                          £
                          POA + VAT pp and C&G Registration Fee

                          Who is this course for?

                          This unit is for those working in a high risk environment and includes preparing to work safely, entering and exiting high risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies.

                          NB: This course will not qualified you to perform Top Person duties as previously under the 6150 suite.  Please see 6160-04 City & Guilds Award in Control Entry and Arrangements for Confined Spaces as this is the new City & Guilds qualification for the Top Person duties.  

                          Aims and Objectives 

                          The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for a high risk related confined space environment.

                          This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas:

                          Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations or where the operative is working in or near water or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding

                          Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities, gas, electrical and mechanical engineering, and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries and tunnelling.

                          Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

                          Theory & Practical Assessment

                          Duration

                          3 days (24 hours)

                          Levy

                          This course is eligible for CITB levy.

                           

                          Available Dates
                          Poling, West Sussex
                          • Monday 15th July 2024
                          • Wednesday 14th August 2024
                          • Tuesday 10th September 2024
                          • Monday 7th October 2024
                          • Wednesday 6th November 2024
                          • Saturday 16th November 2024
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                            • Prepare to work safely in high risk confined spaces
                            • Enter and exit high risk confined spaces safely
                            • Use equipment and tools safely
                            • Follow working procedures and work safely
                            • Deal with emergencies
                            • Understand the principles of working in high risk confined spaces
                            • Understand standard protocols for working in high risk confined spaces
                            Work safely, entering and exiting medium risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies.
                            £
                            POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee

                            Who is this course for?

                            This unit is for those who work in a medium risk environment and includes preparing to work safely, entering and exiting medium risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies.

                            NB: This course will not qualified you to perform Top Person duties as previously under the 6150 suite.  Please see 6160-04 City & Guilds Award in Control Entry and Arrangements for Confined Spaces as this is the new City & Guilds qualification for the Top Person duties.  

                            Aims and Objectives

                            The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for a medium risk related confined space environment.

                            This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas:

                            Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations or where the operative is working in or near water or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding.

                            Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities, gas, electrical and mechanical engineering and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries and tunnelling.

                            Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

                            Theory & Practical Assessment

                            Duration

                            2 days (16 hours)

                            Levy

                            This course is eligible for CITB levy.

                             

                            Available Dates
                            There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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                              • Prepare to work safely in medium risk confined spaces
                              • Enter and exit a confined space safely
                              • Use equipment and tools safely
                              • Follow working procedures and work safely
                              • Deal with emergencies
                              • Understand the principles of working in medium risk confined spaces
                              • Understand standard protocols for working in medium risk confined spaces
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