If the operative is required to enter any tank, chamber, or room that has a restricted air flow but would expect the atmosphere to at least start off as safe then they would require the 02 course. The 02 course will teach how to use the gas monitor, escape set, tripod, winch, harness and other associated confined space entry equipment. It will build a basic awareness of how to formulate a risk assessment and spot potential hazards. It allows for the operatives to disconnect from the winch as a working party but the escape time must be considered so that all entrants have sufficient time if an alarm or event occurs that all can exit safely.
This confined space training course is about working in confined space environments where there is a medium risk that a specified hazard may be present. It will involve the presence of one or more people – positioned outside the confined space – who have designated responsibilities for controlling the entry and dealing with emergencies. Completion of this confined space training course allows for entrance to NC1, NC2 and NC3 confined spaces.
NC2 Medium Risk Confined Spaces
Vertical direct unobstructed access with continuous attachment to a man riding hoist or similar mechanical rescue devise.
NC3 Medium Risk Confined Spaces
When it is not possible to have persons permanently attached to a safety line. Usually it will be a team entry which moves away from the entry point. This situation can be, man entry sewers, utility service subway tunnels, aqueducts and complex wet wells. Working without an attached rescue line and includes working away from the point of entry.
A range of subjects are covered including:-
Definition of a confined space & Water UK NC1-NC4 classifications & Low, Medium, High definitions
Duties under the Regulations, preventing the need for entry
Risk Assessment and hazard identification
Atmospheric hazards and gases
Principles and use of gas detectors
Safe systems of work & permits to work
Roles, responsibilities and topman/overseer entrant duties
Pre use checks, correct donning & adjustment of harness
Inspection and applications of tripods, winches and fall arrest equipment
Inspection and use of personal escape breathing apparatus
Practical exercises and assessments
City & Guilds accredited courses available
Prepare to work safely in medium risk confined spaces
Enter and exit medium risk confined spaces safely
Prepare and use escape breathing apparatus in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions
Use equipment and tools safely and in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions
Follow procedures and work safely
Deal with emergencies
Use appropriate behaviour when working in medium risk confined spaces
Understand legislation governing working in medium risk confined spaces
Apply appropriate industry specific knowledge for working in medium risk confined spaces
Price: £299 + VAT* Location: Brighouse, West Yorkshire
*Price includes lunch which will be provided as well as tea, coffee and refreshments throughout the day.
(Prices stated are for CSS UK LTD accredited courses. For City and Guilds Accreditation there is an additional £40 one off cost per person to cover the City and Guilds Registration and Certification charges).