21st Century Confined Space Rescue Training

21st Century

The Confined Space Training Regulations 1997 require employers to provide a method of rescuing a worker from a confined space and ensuring that both those who are tasked to enter, as well as the rescue personnel, are competent to do so. This session will include the requirements to perform a pre-use safety inspection of the equipment; the faults and dangers that may be identified, how each of the provided items are designed to be used and how they should be combined to provide a safe method of access and rescue from the confined space.

Additionally, the Work at Height Regulations 2005 requires fall protection to be provided whilst working in a confined space, when the workers can fall a distance and injure themselves. Therefore, the session also addresses this requirement, for both those who enter the confined space as well as the rescue personnel.

Please note - This confined space training course is for up to 6 participants. If you cannot make up a suitably sized group to justify the group price, then please book as many individual slots as you require and we will inform you of the next date for which we have enough bookings to run the course.

We are also able to provide tailor made courses, to match your specific requirements, all carried out by some of the most highly experienced instructors in the business. So if you have a question, please do give us a call now.

Course Title - Confined Space Rescue Training

Duration - Half Day

Candidates per course - 6

Location - Either at the customer’s site or at a training venue provided

Lunch - All refreshments will be provided when the course is held at an arranged venue. When the course is held on site, this is entirely at the customer’s discretion.

Pre-Requisites: None

Medical Requirements: None

Equipment Required: All confined space rescue training equipment will be provided when the course is held at an arranged venue. When the course is held on site, please ensure that there are ample chairs and tables; together with a power supply, a white wall or screen and a flip chart or white board. The instructor will bring many samples of Confined Space Rescue Equipment but examples of the equipment available on site would be advantageous.

Assessment: Assessment will be by written test paper and observations during the practical elements of the course.

Handouts: A comprehensive handout pack will be issued to all candidates at the completion of the course.

Certification: Certificates will be issued to all candidates who successfully complete the course and achieve the required standard in the assessment.

Validity: Confined space rescue training certificates are valid for 36 months from the date of training. However, to maintain the level of competency gained from the training it is anticipated that the candidate puts the acquired knowledge in to practice on a regular basis.

Safety Notice: We reserve the right to refuse to train any individual or to halt or cancel the training course if, in the opinion of the instructor, safety is compromised. This could be due to an unsafe or unsuitable training environment; an individual’s dangerous or poor conduct; the condition of any equipment supplied by the customer; or an individual suffering from health or fitness issues.

High winds, in excess of 20 mph, will also lead to the curtailment of any practical training session. Should any cancellation or stoppage be necessary as a result of the reasons given above, we will endeavor to re-book the training as soon as it is safe to do so.

Order Code Description Price (Inc VAT) Quantity
IKTCU-SINGLE Single Person - Full Day
Only £203.95
(£169.96 ex VAT)
IKTCU-GROUP 6 Trainees - Full Day
Only £1019.00
(£849.17 ex VAT)
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