A medium risk confined space exists where there are access issues, an expectation of a specified risk and escape breathing apparatus must be taken in.
Working in Confined Spaces - MEDIUM Risk
Who Should Attend
Those who work in medium risk confined spaces. Medium risk confined spaces exist where there is a realistic expectation of encountering a specified risk or the possible introduction of a specified risk during the work activity. It will also not be possible to have a person permanently attached to a safety line and is usually a team entry which moves away from the entry point e.g. man entry sewers, utility service, subway tunnels, aqueducts and complex wet wells.
- The Confined Spaces Regulations 1997
- Identification of risks and their control
- Workplace safety
- Weil's Disease and sewage decontamination
- Hazardous atmospheres and gas monitoring
- The risk assessment process
- Operation of safe systems of work
- Use of permit to work control measures
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Selection of suitable equipment
- IP ratings, intrinsically safe and ATEX approved
- Equipment pre-use inspection and safe operation
- Fall arrest systems
- Emergency procedures
- Escape breathing apparatus - theory
- Escape breathing apparatus - practical
- Theory test
- Practical training
- Practical assessment
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