Course code: CS1
Certificate valid for: 3 Years
Cost: From £210 + VAT per person
Location: Element Safety (Sheffield) or on your site
Duration: 0.75 Day
Assessment method: Continuous assessment and test
Training type: 70% Theory, 30% Practical
Low risk confined space may be space such as:
It would have
If you need to enter a simple space for a short distance, with correct atmospheric monitoring – this course may be suitable.
To train and assess individuals to safely supervise, enter, work in and exit spaces, which, due to their enclosed nature, their access/egress, and their potential hazard/s have been classified as level 1 (low risk) confined spaces.
The training and assessment program aims to equip individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively supervise, enter, work in, and exit level 1 confined spaces. These confined spaces, classified as low-risk environments, possess specific characteristics such as enclosed nature, limited access/egress points, and potential hazards that require careful consideration.
This 1 day course will teach your team the legislation in an easily understandable way, what you are able to do in a low risk and how to set up and supervise the space.
Learn how to gas monitor the space and what to look for.
If undertaken at our centre, we will practically show you how to be safe, operate tripods/davits and set up your supervisor entry point.
An electrician, cabling or ducting engineer who needs to enter the roof void or an underground culvert.
There’s plenty of ventilation or fresh air, but you will monitor for potential gases or lack of oxygen.
It’s clean, access is easy and you don’t foresee any problems.
A ground worker may only need low risk confined space entry to work in a trench laying a pipeline.
There is good easy access horizontally by means of stairs, good ventilation, a survey and risk assessment have been completed – it’s deemed there will probably be limited gases during the dig.
The tasks being undertaken may not change the space significantly, but we have been using an excavator, backfilling with limestone chippings and there has been rain in the last week too.
A builder or drainage engineer – you need to work at the bottom of the inspection chamber or maybe feeding cctv into the pipe.
You need to enter vertically with a system like a tripod to lift you out of the space should an emergency arise.
• Facilities management teams • Electricians • Plumbers
• Telecoms • Construction workers • Surveyors
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If we can help you or your team with Low Risk Confined Space Training – Entry and Supervision training, please just get in touch. Please reach out us via our contact us form – but if you would rather speak to us in person and have a chat first, then we are more than happy to take your call.
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If we can help you or your team with Medium Risk Confined Space Entry & Supervision training, please just get in touch. Reach out us via our contact us form – but if you would rather speak to us in person and have a chat first, then we are more than happy to take your call.
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