The first question asked should always be “Do you really need to enter?”
Our Confined Space page will help you answer that question.
But, if entry can’t be avoided, we teach you to ask the what if questions, to think through the task, the people, their training and equipment.
To reduce the risk to your people to the very minimum – for the shortest period of time.
So if a person, or team, do need to enter the space to do the task… whether going in for two minutes or all day… they are exposed to the risk and in the greatest danger!
Planning the works, controlling the environment inside (and outside) the space, knowing how to exit, and what to do in an emergency are only part of it.
Practical training for them is essential.
Managers – Unsure which level of confined space?
This easy guide will help you.Download here
If you or your team need to enter a short distance into a simple space, with correct atmospheric monitoring - this may be the course for you.
If the space has manageable entry and exits, there is a ‘limited’ expectation of a specified risk and adequate ventilation, the space may be classified as Low Risk.
For clarification and more information on the course and booking details, please click on the course title above.
Some of the professions we work with for Low Risk Confined Space Entry and Supervision include:
To be classified as a medium risk, the task will be further from the entry point, potentially be more complex, and will require emergency escape breathing apparatus to get out in a hurry!
If the space has significant entry and/or exit issues, has an expectation of a specified risk and/or limited ventilation, then it is likely to be a Medium Risk space.
To check if your space is Medium Risk and for more information on this course and booking details, please click on the course title above.
Some of the professions we work with for Medium Risk Confined Space Entry and Supervision include:
If entry into the space has serious issues, ventilation or has any of the 5 specified risks - which cannot be adequately managed, then you have a High Risk space.
For more information about this course and booking details, please click on the course title above.
Some of the professions we work with for High Risk Confined Space Entry and Supervision include:
Advice, assistance with managing your entry and rescue teams, tips and support.
Just extras which may help!