Confined Space Entry Training
تدريب دخول الأماكن المغلقة بأمان
The confined space training course is designed to help learners understand the legal requirements outlined by the Confined Space Regulations 1997. It explains the risks associated with confined space entry and working, as well as safe work practices, suitable control measures, and the requirements for emergency arrangements.
The confined space entry course will help your organization meet regulatory compliance requirements.
الامتثال للأنظمة واللوائح- الصحة و السلامة
Every year a number of people are killed or seriously injured due to working in confined spaces, often because they are unaware of the dangers, are poorly trained or the correct safety arrangements have not been put in place.
Working in Confined Spaces training course has been designed as an awareness-level course to help learners understand the legal requirements outlined by the Confined Space Regulations 1997. It explains the risks associated with confined space entry and working, as well as safe work practices, suitable control measures, and the requirements for emergency arrangements.
Whether you are an employer or an employee, this training course will benefit you.
Introduction to Safe Planning and Working in Confined Spaces
Legal Requirements for Working in Confined Spaces
Control Measures: Part One
Control Measures: Part Two
What is a confined space, examples of confined spaces, the 'specified risks' in confined spaces, and further hazards?
Legislation regulating work in confined spaces, the Health and Safety at Work (HSW), etc. Act 1974, the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (MHSWR) 1999, the Confined Spaces Regulations 1997, training and suitability, permit-to-work systems, where don't the Confined Spaces Regulations apply, further risks in confined spaces, and employee responsibilities.
What is a risk assessment, key definitions, carrying out a risk assessment for confined spaces, step 1 - identify the hazards, step 2 - decide who might be harmed and how, step 3 - evaluate the risks, step 4 - record and implement the findings, and step 5 - review and update.
The hierarchy of control, avoiding entry to confined spaces, safe systems of work, safe place of work, safe work equipment, safe substances for use at work, safe management, supervision and monitoring, training for confined space working, communication, testing, and monitoring of the atmosphere, and isolation from materials.
Cleaning and removal of residues, confined space ventilation - general and local, electrical equipment and static electricity, selection of mechanical equipment, portable gas cylinders, pipes and hoses, personal protective equipment, fire prevention, and permit-to-work systems.
The importance of emergency arrangements, when are emergency arrangements needed? raising the alarm and rescue, rescue and resuscitation equipment, safeguarding of rescuers, fire safety, control of the plant, first aid arrangements, public emergency services, and information, instruction, and training.
Why Choose Al Danah Institute?
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Upon completion of Confined Space Entry Training, Participants will have an understanding of:
What confined spaces are and when confined spaces can be created by work activities.
The main hazards and risks resulting from working in confined spaces.
The legal responsibilities of employers and others in control of work in confined spaces, as well as a knowledge of the duties placed on other individuals.
How to carry out a risk assessment for work undertaken in a confined space.
How to implement, supervise and monitor control measures to control the risks associated with work in confined spaces.
The necessary emergency procedures for working in confined spaces.
An instructor-led, live virtual classroom-based session where you will benefit from ample opportunity for expert coaching, debriefing, team scenarios, and comprehensive skills testing.
New recruits need basic induction training in how to work safely, including arrangements for first aid, fire, and evacuation.
People changing jobs or taking on extra responsibilities need to know about any new health and safety implications.
Young employees are particularly vulnerable to accidents and you need to pay particular attention to their needs, so their training should be a priority. It is also important that new, inexperienced, or young employees are adequately supervised.
Employee representatives or safety representatives will require training that reflects their responsibilities.
Some people's skills may need updating by refresher training.
Expertise: Environment, Health, Safety ,and Quality
Expertise: Pioneer in the Field of Occupational Health and Safety.
+25 Years of extensive experience. IOSH & NEBOSH & OSHA & IASP Certified Trainer
WHAT our clients SAY
“Excellent info. My instructor Ayman delivered the information in a simple and effective way. Registration is very helpful. I highly recommend it for engineering graduates”
— Fakhera Al Marar,