Working in Low Risk Confined Spaces

1 Day Course
10 People Max
£200pp

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Working in Low Risk Confined Spaces

1 Day Course
10 People Max
£200pp
Overview

Low Risk Confined Spaces course –  City & Guilds 6150-01/51 

Aimed at those that need to work in confined spaces that do not require the use of breathing apparatus.

Examples include meter pits, valve chambers, booster pumping stations and PRV chambers.

The courses use a combination of theory and practical training. At INFRATEC Training, the courses are conducted at our bespoke simulation centre, or our mobile training module.

Our instructors are rescue technicians who specialise in confined space operations, which means that you can enjoy high quality training from highly skilled and experienced staff.

Who should attend?

A low risk confined space is defined as a space with shallow entry with adequate natural or mechanical ventilation where access is simple and unobstructed with no likely risk of flooding.

  • Anybody that might be required to work in a confined space including
  • Managers / Supervisors
  • Anybody that needs to enter the space in order to assess the work
  • Any one required to sign off on work conducted in these spaces.
Qualification

City & Guilds Level 2 Working in Low Risk Confined Spaces (6150-01/51)

City and Guilds

Course Agenda

As well as industry expert guidance the course will cover:

  • Legislation, regulations and guidance
  • Confined space definition and classification
  • Risk assessment and workplace safety
  • Control measures – method statement and permit to work
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) and safe access
  • Atmosphere testing
  • Gas detection and ventilation
  • Emergency planning
  • Personal hygiene and first aid requirements
  • Practical training
Group Booking?

Discounted group bookings are available at our training centre or directly at your site, contact us at training@infratec-uk.com to find out more

Overview

Low Risk Confined Spaces course –  City & Guilds 6150-01/51 

Aimed at those that need to work in confined spaces that do not require the use of breathing apparatus.

Examples include meter pits, valve chambers, booster pumping stations and PRV chambers.

The courses use a combination of theory and practical training. At INFRATEC Training, the courses are conducted at our bespoke simulation centre, or our mobile training module.

Our instructors are rescue technicians who specialise in confined space operations, which means that you can enjoy high quality training from highly skilled and experienced staff.

Who should attend?

A low risk confined space is defined as a space with shallow entry with adequate natural or mechanical ventilation where access is simple and unobstructed with no likely risk of flooding.

  • Anybody that might be required to work in a confined space including
  • Managers / Supervisors
  • Anybody that needs to enter the space in order to assess the work
  • Any one required to sign off on work conducted in these spaces.
Qualification

City & Guilds Level 2 Working in Low Risk Confined Spaces (6150-01/51)

City and Guilds

Course Agenda

As well as industry expert guidance the course will cover:

  • Legislation, regulations and guidance
  • Confined space definition and classification
  • Risk assessment and workplace safety
  • Control measures – method statement and permit to work
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) and safe access
  • Atmosphere testing
  • Gas detection and ventilation
  • Emergency planning
  • Personal hygiene and first aid requirements
  • Practical training
Group Booking?

Discounted group bookings are available at our training centre or directly at your site, contact us at training@infratec-uk.com to find out more