Confined Space Including Escape Breathing Apparatus

By: UTN Training  08/09/2010
Keywords: safety training, training centre, Confined Space Entry

  • Definition & types of confined spaces
  • Current legislation
  • Confined space hazards
  • Permits to work
  • Safe working procedures
  • Hygiene & personal protective equipment
  • Access equipment - tripods, winches, safety harnesses
  • Escape breathing apparatus - hoods & masks
  • Accident/emergency procedures & self rescue
  • Gas detection

On completion of the course, delegates shall be competent in:-
  • Understanding current legislation regarding confined space entry
  • Recognising types of confined spaces & their associated hazards
  • Organising & implementing appropriate accident & emergency procedures
  • The safe use & maintenance of escape breathing apparatus

A highly participative hands on course with practical exercises to compliment the classroom theory session.

Delegates are taught how to work as a team when effecting a confined space entry.

Each delegate has the use of his/her own escape set for the duration of the course.

Entry into the confined space is shaft entry with the aid of tripod, winch, fall arrest harness and teamwork.  Not Simple side vessel entry.

All delegates should have available & bring with them the following safety equipment.

  • Safety shoes / boots
  • Overalls
  • Gloves
  • Hardhat

The delegate who successfully completes this course will recieve an in-house UTN card, valid for 3 years.  An additional UTN certificate can be provided for an extra £10.

This course meets the criteria for CITB grants.

UTN provide each delegate with a buffet on all our full day courses.

Keywords: Confined Space Entry, Confined Space Refresher, safety training, training centre,