Plan, Manage and Review Work in Confined Spaces
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This City & Guilds Level 4 Award in Plan, Manage and Review Legislative and Safety Compliance for Work in Confined Spaces (6160-06) is about managing legislative and safety compliance for work in confined spaces. It involves planning, organising and managing work safely in confined spaces including legislative roles and responsibilities, health and safety considerations and equipment requirements.
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 course covers:
- applying relevant legislative and industry confined spaces requirements
- developing risk assessments
- determining suitable control measures
- developing safe systems of work
- establishing effective procedures for using permits to work
- developing effective emergency arrangements
- implementing and maintaining effective arrangements for document storage, review and audit.
At the end of the course, candidates will be able to:
- Plan the management of work in confined spaces
- Manage confined space teams
- Record and review legislation relating to confined spaces
- Develop, monitor and confirm procedures for working in confined spaces
- Understand environmental, legislative and health and safety compliance
- Understand organisational requirements for confined space working
- Understand plant, tools and equipment for working in confined spaces
- Understand emergency arrangements and rescue plans
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This course is taught by experienced instructors who are experienced at managing confined spaces - with in depth knowledge on risk assessing work activity and developing safe systems of work.
The majority of our trainers are also real-life rescuers who have been part of emergency operations in the UK and around the world.
Delegates will need to pass a written assessment and produce two case studies that includes a portfolio of work - a Risk Assessment, Method Statement, Permit to Work, Rescue Plan and Peer Review.
After completing this course, delegates will receive a City & Guilds certificate.
Certification lasts for 3 years.
- Maximum number of candidates per course is 10
- Instructor ratios – 1:10
- Assessment ratios – 1:10