Confined Space Entry
This course will help you to recognise the hazards of confined space working and show you how to mitigate the risks and work safely.
The HSE defines a confined space as 'any space of an enclosed nature where there is a risk of death or serious injury from hazardous substances or dangerous conditions, for example - lack of oxygen'. Every year, several people are killed or seriously injured in the UK due to accidents in confined spaces. This is often due to insufficient training and the lack of a safe system of work. This course will help you to recognise the hazards of confined space working and show you how to mitigate the risks and work safely
The aim of this course is to teach you about the following subjects:
Recognising what can be classified as a confined space
Some of the potential hazards associated with confined spaces
What the risks are and how to control them What to do in the event of an emergency