Confined Space Entry
A variety of confined spaces are encountered in industry and require confined space entry training. These include manholes, trenches, pipes, ceiling voids, enclosed rooms such as basements and any place where there is inadequate ventilation.
Teaching and Learning Strategies
Sessions will be offered in structured training presentations by a facilitator, including activities, exercises and theory and practical assessment.
- Defining what constitutes a Confined Space
- Carrying out Hazard identification
- Risk Assessment and Risk Control
- Assessing the safety of the atmosphere
- Recognizing the value of Education and Training
- Initiating Emergency Response and Rescue
- Appreciating the significance of a Confined Space Entry Permit
- Using a checklist specific to confined space
Upon completing this course, trainees will:
- Meet all the requirements for a Confined Space Entry Permit
- Be able to develop Risk Management as well as Emergency Response and Rescue Procedures for confined spaces
Who Should Attend
- Those employees who work in confined spaces or other work areas that come within the precinct of a confined space
- People who manage or are responsible for confined spaces
Participants who successfully complete this course will receive a Confined Space Entry Certificate including a Confined Space Entry Permit.