Confined Space Entry

Course Aim:

This course is designed for personnel and contractors that may occasionally need to undertake work in spaces which can be categorized as Low and Medium Risk, in accordance with UK Confined Space regulations 1997 and QCS 2014

The course will provide trainees with the skills to recognize confined space hazards and complete a risk assessment prior to entering and working in confined spaces. This will ensure their own safety and the safety of others prior to starting work and in an emergency situation or in the event of an accident or injury.

Course Objectives

On completion of training the students will show understanding of and be able to demonstrate the following tasks.

  1. Identify and define confined spaces and associated terminology.
  2. Recognize the hazards of confined space entry.
  3. Identify and utilize suitable gas detection equipment.
  4. Complete a hazard risk assessment identifying hazards in the area to be entered.
  5. Identify and deploy effective hazard control measures prior to entering confined spaces.
  6. Understand the need for pre entry hazard identification and planning.
  7. Understand and apply the hierarchy of control to working in Low Risk confined spaces.
  8. Identify and understand the requirements of an emergency plan
  9. Implement an emergency plan in the event of an accident or other emergency.
  10. Understand specific procedures required for onshore or offshore operations (if applicable)
  11. Demonstrate understanding of all the above by practical application to a confined space operation.

Course skill sets

Skill sets are based on basic training in the following subjects, confined space entry, gas detection, risk identification and assessment

Course standards and outcomes

The training course standards are paralleled against a variety of standards across the UK industrial codes of practice including, The Health and Safety First aid a work regulations 2013, Management pf Health and safety at work Regulations 1999, The Confined Space Regulations 1997, general provisions of The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and other relevant regulations.

On completion of training all students will be expected to show competence by demonstrating all the above skill sets in a realistic accident simulation.

Students failing any risk critical outcome of the syllabus may be removed from the training course and be required to undergo a period of further training prior to re attending.

Requirement for Practical Session:

  1. Tri-Pod
  2. Safety Harness
  3. Gas Monitor
  4. Confined Space (small hole)
  5. First Aid Box
  6. Candidate must wear PPE

Course Duration:                6 Hours (with Practical)

Delivery Language:             English or Hindi

Assessment:                         Written and Practical Assessment

Re-Certification Interval: Two (2) Years


January, February, March, April, May, June


Morning Class – 4 Hours

  • Weekdays – 8:00 AM to 12:00 NN
July, August, September, October, November, December


Morning Class – 4 Hours

  • Weekdays – 8:00 AM to 12:00 NN
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