AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
This training is intended for persons working in confined spaces, which are classified as spaces of increased risk with non-standard access, performing complex activities of increased risk and ensuring that the aspects of specific control and rescue are properly followed for the purpose of safeguarding against risks of asphyxiation, poisoning with toxic gases, explosion, fire, any mechanical threats or risks related to the system’s physical complexity and against any specific internal dangers.
During the training, the participants are trained to use gas detectors, respiratory protective equipment when working in confined spaces and fall protection equipment when working at height, i.e. a tripod, inertia reel – a fall arrest device with a retractive mechanism, safety harness set, etc.
The participants are trained to follow of necessary procedures, conduct essential precautions: select, use, check and control the equipment intended for work in a confined space.
DURATION: 1 day
TARGET AUDIENCE: All personnel taking part in industry tasks which require performing work in confined spaces.
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE TRAINEES
- The minimum age of a trainee is 18.
- The practical training/assessment will involve work of a physical nature. The training provider is required to ensure that, prior to participating in practical exercises/activities, the trainees have to complete a self-declaration of medical fitness form.
Those successfully completing the training course shall be awarded with a certificate.
Validity of the certificate – 2 years as of the date of issuance.