Confined Space Training Courses
Working in confined spaces exposes an individual to a range of potential hazards, some of which may threaten injury and, in some cases, may possibly lead to death. Therefore, confined space rescue training is required to equip those undertaking this work with the necessary skills and competencies to assess risk, control hazards and work safely.
Entry to the confined space may involve manual and/or mechanical access equipment, for example:
- Vertical entry normally using a ladder or man-riding winch, both requiring fall protection and means of assisted rescue such as a rescue winch
- Horizontal entry such as walking or climbing into the confined space or working away from the bottom of a vertical entry. Such types of entry will involve more than one person entering the confined space.
Our training courses cover all aspects of confined space working, including the supply of a full range of equipment to allow safe working for your trained operatives.
Eurosafe Training has a mobile confined space training unit allowing the majority of confined space courses to be delivered on your site.
Not sure if you or your personnel require confined space training? Book our consultancy & audit services to assess your site and identify confined space training requirements.