CMSE Training’s Confined Space course is aimed at Confined Space Entrants, Observers and Permit Supervisors and covers both theory and practicals. We outline current applicable legislation, permit to work systems, safe systems of work. As well as procedures for entry and rescue. CPR with respect to the observer is also addressed. This course involves actual confined space entry and rescue techniques. All our instructors are active Fire Brigade trainers.
Duration: 1 Day Participants: Up to 10 Flexible Venue: This course can be completed at the CMSE Fire Training Centre (Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork) or at your own workplace Accreditation: CMSE Training Certification
Aim of course:
An overview of the hazards associated with confined space entry
Ensure people are capable of putting in place safe work practices. Therefore, ensuring a safe place of work when working in confined spaces as it applies to the workplace
Make sure that they can follow emergency procedures in the event of a confined space incident
Legislation covering entry into a confined space (2001 Confined Space Regulations)
Confined Space Entrants, Observers and permit Supervisors
Legal overview – 2001 Confined Space Regulations and Code of Practice
Hazards to do with working in confined spaces
Safe systems of work
Permit to Work Systems – an effective way of controlling risk?