ZGT-29 Working in Medium Risk Confined Spaces – 6150-02

This course provides… delegates with a thorough understanding of confined space procedures for the water industry, the dangers of confined spaces and and enables them to carry out an entry to work in a confined space with and without escape sets.

Key Features

Course Duration2 days

Instructor Ratio10:1

Certification3 years

Course ApprovalC&G Approved

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Who's it For?

This Working in Medium Risk Confined Spaces course is a National Occupational Standard (NOS) for the water industry. The NOS embodies the skill and knowledge elements, as part of the requirement for candidates to become competent. It is designed for managers, supervisors and operatives who may need to enter or supervise the entry into medium risk confined spaces for the water industry and carry out a variety of work activities.

What's Included?

  • Current legislation and water industry Occasional Guidance Note (OGN)
  • How to recognise and classify a confined space I Safe systems of work for entry into confined
  • Recognise diseases and understand the necessary personal hygiene requirements associated with confined spaces
  • Gas detection equipment in hazardous atmospheres
  • Personal protective equipment, i.e. ropes, harnesses and man riding hoists
  • Escape breathing apparatus (BA)
  • he dangers associated with confined space working
  • How to risk assess a confined space
  • How to classify a confined space
  • Different types of escape BA
  • Pre-entry checks on equipment
  • The necessary manning levels
  • Why there is a need for periodic examinations of equipment
  • The emergency procedures when working in a confined space

Any Requirements?

Candidates should be physically fit and medically capable of using positive pressure breathing apparatus.

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