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Confined Space Entry and Safety: Low Risk (NC1) Training Aawareness

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Course Overview

Course Overview: Confined Space Entry and Safety Training: Low Risk (NC1)

Our Confined Space Entry and Safety Training: Low Risk (NC1) course is specifically designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely enter and work in low-risk confined spaces. This one-day intensive training program focuses on the unique characteristics and hazards associated with confined spaces, ensuring that attendees are well-prepared to navigate these environments with confidence. Throughout the course, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the legal and regulatory framework governing confined space entry. They will learn about their roles and responsibilities, as well as compliance requirements for low-risk confined spaces (NC1).


Enhanced Safety: Participants will gain comprehensive knowledge of the hazards and risks associated with confined spaces, specifically low-risk environments. They will learn how to identify potential dangers, implement effective control measures, and utilize appropriate safety equipment, reducing the likelihood of accidents or injuries. 

The course will cover relevant regulations and standards related to confined space entry and safety. By staying up to date with regulatory requirements, attendees can ensure their organisation adheres to legal obligations and avoids penalties or violations.
Participants will learn strategies for risk assessment and mitigation specific to low-risk confined spaces. This includes hazard identification, proper ventilation techniques, effective communication protocols, and emergency response planning. By understanding these elements, individuals can reduce and manage risks effectively.

Course Content

  • Duration: 1 Day

    I. Introduction to Confined Spaces
       - Definition and characteristics of confined spaces
       - Understanding different types of confined spaces
       - Overview of hazards associated with confined spaces

    II. Legal and Regulatory Framework
       - Overview of relevant laws, regulations, and standards
       - Roles and responsibilities of employers and employees
       - Compliance requirements for low-risk confined spaces (NC1)

    III. Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
       - Identifying common hazards in low-risk confined spaces
       - Conducting a thorough risk assessment
       - Understanding the hierarchy of controls and risk mitigation strategies

    IV. Confined Space Entry and Exit Procedures
       - Establishing a permit-based entry system
       - Roles and responsibilities of the entry team
       - Pre-entry checks, equipment inspections, and workspace preparation

    V. Atmospheric Monitoring and Ventilation
       - Importance of air monitoring in confined spaces
       - Understanding different types of atmospheric hazards
       - Proper use and interpretation of gas detection equipment

    VI. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
       - Overview of specialized PPE for confined space entry
       - Selection, inspection, and proper use of PPE

Prices £895.00

Course Delivery:

In-house only

(up to 10 delegates)

Aimed at

This course is ideal for individuals who may be required to enter or work in confined spaces with low risk. The following individuals are encouraged to attend:

1. Workers in industrial settings who may need to enter confined spaces such as tanks, vaults, or tunnels.
2. Maintenance personnel responsible for inspecting, cleaning, or repairing equipment located in confined spaces.
3. Safety officers or supervisors tasked with overseeing confined space operations and ensuring compliance with regulations.
4. Emergency responders who may be called upon to rescue individuals from confined spaces with low risk.
5. Contractors who frequently work in various industries and need to be familiar with confined space safety protocols.
6. Individuals seeking to enhance their knowledge in confined space entry and safety practices for career advancement or job prospects.

Regardless of prior experience or industry, anyone interested in understanding the specifics of working in low-risk confined spaces can benefit from this training.

Get in touch to discuss your business goals and needs.

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