Confined Space Awareness
Confined space accidents kill on average, 15 people in the UK every year. Unfortunately those losing their lives include not only people working in the confined space but also those who try to rescue them without prior training.
Aims & Objectives:
On completion of this course, delegates will be able to identify the various types of confined spaces and how they could affect the works undertaken in the organisation.
Provide an awareness of the different types of confined spaces, the different
hazards and how to manage the need for working in a confined space.
- Identify a confined space
- Aware of the dangers of working in a confined space
- Know what the law says
- Identify possible techniques to avoid the need to enter
- Development of a safe system of work
- Interactive discussion
- Visual Aids
- Open forum
- Feedback Activity
Awareness of hazards associated with confined spaces, how to avoid the need
to enter, and how to manage the risks.
This is intended for personnel who are required to identify and manage work within a confined space