CONFINED SPACES TRAINING
Our Confined spaces training course have been specifically designed to teach those who have a need to enter, supervise or plan entry into an area declared as a confined space.
COURSES WE OFFER:
Confined Space Awareness
CP1 Confined Spaces Training (Including Escape Sets) – Medium Risk
CP2 Confined Space Training (Including Breathing Apparatus) – High Risk
Top Man Training
Confined Space Management
Rescue / Evacuation Training
Confined Spaces in Wind Turbines Training
If requested Training can also be completed on site, however an appropriate and suitable practical facility must be in place.
KEY REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD COMPLETE YOUR TRAINING WITH TASKMASTERS
- Course are conducted at our indoor academy in Kent in the Southeast of England
- Custom built “Urban Rat Run” giving the perfect realistic environment for candidates to learn the necessary practical skills required of them in real life scenarios.
- Comfort controlled training class rooms
- Open Monday to Sunday offering out of hours training
- Industry experience trainers with a wealth of knowledge
- Our own in house trainers so we can offer flexibility on training dates
Why do I need confined space training?
Many people die or are seriously injured in confined spaces each year in the UK. Those killed include many people working in the confined space and those who try to rescue them without them having sufficient confined spaces training and equipment.
It is now the law that if you are involved with entering, controlling or supervising people involved with confined space work you must have received training. Failure to comply with The Confined Space Regulations 1997 can result in prosecution.
How long is my certification for?
All of our courses are certified for 2 years. However like all health and safety training, training can be refreshed at any time. (You can never have too much training!)
What is a confined space?
A confined space is a space of an enclosed nature where there is a risk of death or serious injury from hazardous substances or dangerous conditions like lack of oxygen. Most confined spaces are easy to identify like storage tanks, silos, pipes/tunnels, enclosed drains and many more. Other spaces maybe less obvious but equally as dangerous, for example rooms that are poorly/unventilated or those that are under modification or having work completed on them changing them to a confined space.
In addition to the training below, Taskmasters also offer Rescue Chaperone and Access services for confined spaces.