This Level 2 Award in Working in High Risk Confined Space course (6160-03) equips delegates with the necessary skills and knowledge to work safely as part of a team in high risk confined spaces. Delegates will learn and understand the procedures and equipment they require to perform their tasks safely while keeping in line with industry standards and regulations.
This course aims to educate delegates with content that reflects the national occupational standard (NOS) for high-risk related confined space environments – NC4 classification.
A high risk confined space with an NC4 classification is typically a space posing a specific risk to workers. They cannot eliminate or control the risks to an acceptable level and usually require breathing apparatus to operate the area.
In this comprehensive course, delegates will cover preparations to enter and work safely in a high risk environment, enter and exit confined spaces safely, use equipment and tools, follow procedures and deal with emergencies and major incidents effectively.
The practical and theoretical learnings will equip the delegates to:
Understand the relevant and current confined space legislation.
Recognise and classify a high risk confined space.
Produce safe systems of work for entry into medium risk confined spaces, including risk assessment.
Recognise diseases and understand the necessary personal hygiene requirements associated with medium risk confined spaces.
Know how to correctly and safely gas monitoring equipment.
Perform an entry using self-contained breathing apparatus.
Training and Assessment
In this three day course, we train delegates to be ready to work safely and effectively in high risk confined spaces
Once the delegate has successfully completed the C&G Level 2 Award in High Risk Confined Space entry course and assessments, the results will be submitted to the awarding body and certificate will be issued to the delegate in due course.
Must be over the age of 16 and medically fit – a mandatory requirement in line with current industry regulations.