Course code: CSM
Certificate valid for: 3 Years
Cost: From £1197 + VAT (for up to 8 people)
Location: Element Safety (Sheffield) or on your site
Duration: 1 Day
Assessment method: continuous
Training type: 80% Theory, 20% Practical
[Awareness 0.5 Days, Manager 0.5 Days additional to Awareness session]
You’ve learnt what a confined space is, you’ve decided your team need to enter them…. Now you need to know:
What to look for
What to put in place
How to look after them whilst they are in there
What to do if something doesn’t go to plan…
Building on your awareness during the morning – in the afternoon we dig deeper into assessing and planning the entry, risk assessments, control measures, safe systems of work and permits to enter. Everything you need as a Confined Space Manager.
Please note: This course WILL NOT qualify you to personally to enter or supervise a confined space – but it will help you keep the entrants safe.
This 1 day course will give an awareness in the morning, delving deeper for managers in the afternoon.
Legislation and how to plan and mange the space in an easily understandable way, where questions can be asked, and advice freely given to help your team determine if the space is a “confined” under the regulations.
It will also help you ask the right questions. Opportunities to discuss scenarios, explore problems, develop solutions and the equipment that needs to be in place.
The team responsible for safety need to know more so…
– we can assist the designers and team managers to create more informed and better solutions to the construction problems of the new extension
– we can create more appropriate risk assessed methods of working
– we’re confident in taking clearer action on the ground due to the greater knowledge we’ve gained.
Whether or not it is a confined space, a suitable risk assessment and some control measures can be a good idea anyway!
As part of the management team – we may not be going into the spaces to work, but we need to know all about the confined space and how to look after our teams whilst they are in there.
Controlling the space, ensuring all the method statements, risk assessments and safe systems of work are checked and adhered to by the teams on the ground – planning and making sure the team are safe – that’s my job.
As a production or operations manager, myself and my team need to know how to classify what is and what isn’t a confined space?
What control measures can I put in place to keep the teams safe?
What are the questions I need to be asking on my risk assessments and what is best practice?
How do I know that what the team are doing is safe or that the equipment they are using is correct?
As the safety manager – it falls to me and my team to keep everyone safe.
With so many things to know and keep an eye on – it can be feel overwhelming.
I need to know what to look for, the key points and how I can help the team.
• Maintenance management teams in universities or colleges • Food production supervisors in commercial bakeries • Managing directors & Operations managers
• Various industries • Business owners of scaffolding and ground works companies
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If we can help you or your team with Confined Space Manager 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.