You’re not going to enter the confined space, but…
By gaining knowledge, you will be able to coordinate, plan and deal with the space to make entry as safe as possible for others.
The safest place to be is outside the confined space… but just what is a confined space. To be able to avoid or manage a confined space you need to know what one is – so some simple awareness is where we start. You may be a non-entrant, but you may have to plan for others to enter.
Ways to avoid entering a confined space may include observation, atmospheric monitoring, operating long handled tools, taking remote readings or even use of CCTV from drones or remote vehicles.
But, if entry can’t be avoided, we take your awareness knowledge, we then build upon it to plan. 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.
However, planning the entry is only part of it.
Planning the works, controlling the environment inside (and outside) the space, knowing how to exit, and what to do in an emergency.
Managers – Unsure which level of confined space?
This easy guide will help you.Download here
Need to know what a confined space is and how to avoid it?
Then this course is for you.
(Click the course title above for the full course information and booking details).
Some of the industries we work with for confined space awareness include
You’ve learnt what a confined space is, you’ve decided your team need to enter...
What do you look for before they enter?
How do you know what systems and procedures to put in place to keep them safely operating?
How do you look after your team whilst they are in there?
And, what do you do if something doesn’t go to plan?
This course will give you all the answers!
(Click the course title above for the full information and booking details.)
Some of the industries we work with for confined space manager training include