HIGH RISK CONFINED SPACES
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This high risk confined space training course is designed for those who enter and work in high risk confined spaces. On this course, delegates will learn how to prepare to work safely, enter and exit high risk confined spaces safely, use equipment and tools safely, follow procedures and deal with emergencies. The course includes updated National Occupational Standards and Water UK National Classifications (NC’s). NC4 classification. It is available as a City & Guilds Working in High Risk Confined Spaces Level 2 Award (6160-03) for an additional fee of £60.
During the practical assessment delegates will need to provide their ability to safely enter and work in a high risk confined space wearing breathing apparatus. Learners will also be assessed donning and exiting a confined space under emergency conditions.
Due to the nature of the training course and the emphasis placed on communication, there is only a provision for the assessments to be undertaken in English. Therefore, candidates for this type of training must be able to understand and speak the English language.
This training course covers what you need to know to work safely in high risk confined spaces. and high risk control entry awareness.
A high risk confined space is a space in which a specified risk cannot be eliminated or controlled to an acceptable level, or where breathing apparatus is required. Entry may involve complex entry procedures and it will entail the use of breathing apparatus. Candidates on this course will complete practical training in a simulated confined space (such as an indoor tunnel) containing one or more specified risks:
- Fire or explosion
- Loss of consciousness from an increase in body temperature
- Loss of consciousness or asphyxiation from gas, fume, vapour or lack of oxygen
- Drowning from an increase in liquid levels
- Asphyxiation from a free flowing solid
Candidates will learn how to:
- 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
- High risk control entry awareness
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This course is delivered by experienced, highly trained instructors. All of our instructors have worked in hazardous environments and understand the issues and working conditions course attendees may face at work.
A high proportion of our trainers are also real-life rescuers who attend emergency operations in the UK and around the world.
Delegates need to pass a written test and practical assessment to successfully complete this course and receive certification. Those who pass this course can choose to receive an MRS Training & Rescue certification, or for an additional fee, a City & Guilds certificate.
The Working in High Risk Confined Space course aligns with the City & Guilds Working in High Risk Confined Spaces Level 2 Award (6160-03) Accreditation.
Certification lasts for 3 years. If you’re looking to renew your certification, you can opt to take one of our MRS Training & Rescue refresher courses. If you require a City & Guilds certificate you must take the full course again.
Our courses have a maximum of 10 candidates per course. If you wish to train a larger group of employees, contact us to learn more about our bespoke training courses and on-site training units.
1 trainer to 10 candidates (1:10):
- Theory training
- Practical training
- Written test assessment
1 trainer to 5 candidates (1:5)
- Practical assessment