Working in Confined Spaces
Key Features & Benefits of this Course
- Complete this course online in just 35 minutes
- Essential training for anyone working in enclosed or poorly ventilated spaces
- Comply with The Confined Space Regulations 1997
- End of course test and printable certificate
- Free trial, online demo and bulk discounts available
A ‘confined space’ is defined as anywhere that is substantially enclosed (although not necessarily entirely), where a person may be at risk from injury from hazardous substances or lack of oxygen.
Working in Confined Spaces Course Contents
Every year, UK workers are injured or killed working in confined spaces, as this kind of work can be extremely dangerous if the correct procedures are not followed.
This programme explains what confined spaces are, why they can be dangerous, what the law says must be done in a confined space situation at work, and how the risks can be minimised. It covers the different kinds of confined spaces, as well as how to perform proper risk assessments and understand correct emergency procedures.
Confined Spaces training is particularly important for those working in Construction, Installation/Maintenance and Manufacturing (as well as anyone carrying out repair work or working with potentially dangerous substances in a poorly ventilated areas.)
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What is the definition of a confined space? And why are they dangerous? This section answers these questions, covering dangers such as – flammable atmospheres, hazardous atmospheres, hazardous temperatures, drowning and asphyxiation.
It also looks at dangers specific to using particular equipment or substances and dangers associated with particular types of work.
In this section we look at who is responsible for employees’ safety.
We look at emergency rescue plans, risk assessment, the Confined Spaces Regulations, permits and Safe Systems of Work
Test & Certificate
This Working in Confined Spaces training programme concludes with a 20 question multiple choice test with printable certificate. In addition, brief in-course questionnaires guide the user through the sections of the training, and are designed to reinforce learning and ensure maximum user engagement throughout.
Before entering a confined space there are important checks that must be done. The atmosphere must be tested – the oxygen levels must be within safe limits and the same goes for flammability and toxicity levels too.
We look at purging and ventilation, isolation, cleaning and lighting.
Finally it looks at the equipment that might be needed – Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE).
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