This is a one-day course suitable for people who may have to work in confined spaces, in particular those working in the water, utilities, industrial and construction sectors.
A confined space is defined as a space with limited entry and egress, unsuitable for human inhabitants, for example the interior of a storage tank, which is occasionally entered by maintenance workers but can be hazardous to humans .Hazards can include harmful dust or gases, asphyxiation, submersion in liquids or free-flowing granular solids (eg grain bins), electrocution, or entrapment. The course is designed for anyone who may have to enter a confined space in the course of their work.
The course is assessed by continuous practical assessment and a written multiple-choice test. it is ideal for 10-15 learners, but please talk to us about your own training requirements. Upon successful completion of the course, SA Safety Limited will issue a certificate of attendance. Students will need to re-qualify within three years.
The training, which is always updated to be fully compliant with current legislation, covers the following areas