Confined Space High Risk Training

(HXT-CS02)

High Risk Confined Space Training covers relevant regulations to prepare delegates for working in a high risk environment. Foremost, attending this course will give them the confidence to navigate any-risk environment.

City & Guilds Accredited Programme

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High Risk Confined Space Training Overview

Our City and Guilds High Risk Confined Space Training guarantees delegates leave with an esteemed level of knowledge and confidence. The additional day provides learners with the skills to work safely in a high risk environment through hands-on experience. This is gained through practicing with actual equipment used within a high risk confined space.

The delegate will learn the Low to Medium Risk Confined Space course content on day 1 to prepare them for day 2, where they will explore high risk environments. Similarly to the Medium Risk Training, the Confined Space High Risk Training will contain both classroom and practical experience. This focuses on trainer explanation, group discussions, videos, practical classroom exercises and a team practical within a confined space trailer unit.

Learners will gain practical experience wearing a Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA). Most importantly, this helps them understand how to plan for a high risk rescue and ensure safety measures are followed at all times. Overall, delegates will successfully complete the course with an assured level of practical knowledge. As a result, they can handle any high risk situation and use specialist equipment correctly.

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Course Information

Day 1: Low-Medium Risk Content

  1. Identifying a confined space
  2. Recognising foreseeable risks
  3. Understanding the difference between an enclosed space and confined space
  4. Confined space regulations and applying these to own work scenarios
  5. Water UK Occasional Guidance notes that many companies follow within the industry
  6. Identifying the difference between the national classifications 1, 2, 3 & 4
  7. Confined space roles and responsibilities
  8. Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
  1. Completing risk assessments and permits to work
  2. Health and hygiene
  3. Selecting equipment for appropriate confined space entry by identifying the level of risk
  1. Gas monitor requirements for a safe oxygen level
  2. Wearing and inspecting escape sets
  3. Checking and inspecting harnesses
  4. Use of tripod and fall arrest winches
  5. Team practical as top team and entrant

Day 2: High Risk Content

  1. Identifying the differences between medium and high risk confined space
  2. Recognising the foreseeable risks and added dangers when you are conducting work in a confined space
  3. Products and equipment that could change now the environment is deemed high risk
  4. Why some products could create an additional hazard due to the change in confined space environment
  5. Applying the regulations to a confined space that is high risk
  6. Communication requirements and selecting correct communication equipment
  7. Understanding both the benefits and additional hazards of ventilation
  8. Selecting a suitable worker
  9. C.O.S.H.H.
  10. Identifying different gases
  11. Removing contamination safely and how not to take the contamination home
  12. Rescue team requirement for high risk confined spaces
  13. Additional top person duties (e.g. control tally board)
  14. Selecting the correct breathing apparatus depending on the job
  1. Build and inspect specialist equipment, such as SCBA
  2. Carry out a high/low pressure check to ensure kit is not subject to risks
  3. Donning and doffing procedure
  1. Team practical acting as top team and entrants, wearing SCBA
  2. Inspecting equipment for damage or contamination after use
  3. Close the confined space job by ensuring the area is safe before leaving site
  • How to inspect, put together and wear self-contained breather apparatus (SCBA)
  • How to prepare for a high risk environment
  • Know the difficulties of wearing SCBA
  • Know how to select the correct equipment for the job
  • How to inspect and use specialist equipment
  • Up-to-date knowledge and practical knowledge for safe working in confined spaces

At the end of each day, the delegate undertakes a multiple choice assessment consisting of around 20 questions. A 75% pass grade is required. As well as a practical assessment in a simulated confined space trailer unit.

On successful completion, you will receive a City and Guilds Accredited Programme Certificate, which should be refreshed every 3 years.

A digital certificate will be made available for you to download normally within 48hrs of successfully completing this course.

Paper copies of certificates can be supplied subject to a small administration fee.

Benefits of our High Risk Confined Space Training

  • This additional day will provide learners with the skills and confidence to work safely in a high risk confined space, by implementing relevant control measures
  • Learners will be taught the importance of pre-use inspection checks when breathing apparatus is required
  • Gather experience wearing SCBA (breathing apparatus) within a simulated confined space
  • This course also includes additional top person duties, by completion of control boards

What do I need to bring to Confined Space High Risk Training?

The below PPE is required to be worn during the confined space practical exercise:

  1. Safety boots
  2. Hard hat
  3. Gloves
  4. Overalls or work clothes
  5. Knee pads (optional)
All other course material will be provided by the trainer on the day.

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