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Safe Entry, Escape with full working BA (experience) (two days)


Project Info

Project Description

Candidates who need to enter spaces, which are substantially enclosed, with potentially hazardous working environments and where a risk assessment has identified the need for rescue arrangements need to take this course.

Delegates who take the course need to be physically fit and have undertaken a breathing medical examination prior to beginning. An entry exercise will be carried out.

This course is designed to ensure that delegates who need to enter such workplaces understand:

  • The requirements of the law
  • The need for risk assessments and safe systems of work and how to apply these practically
  • The competent use of the appropriate equipment, to enable entry to be made safely

What is included

  • What is a Confined Space and what are the hazards?
  • Legal requirements
  • Risk assessments and safe systems of work
  • Equipment required to enter a confined spaces
  • The purpose and use of gas detection equipment
  • The purpose and use of escape breathing apparatus
  • The use of ropes and safety harnesses
  • The purpose and use of tripods and man riding winches
  • Personal protective equipment and hygiene
  • Examination, testing and maintenance of equipment
  • Ventilation and the avoidance of unsafe atmospheres
  • Communication and entry procedures
  • The purpose of self-contained working breathing apparatus
  • Use of self-contained working breathing apparatus
  • Assessing the situation and deciding the necessary course of action
  • Shock
  • Control of bleeding
  • Care of the unconscious casualty
  • Fractures
  • Record keeping
  • First Aid equipment
  • Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation
  • Awareness of resuscitation equipment and its purpose
  • Use of oxygen resuscitators
  • First Aid equipment
  • Practical exercise
  • Course review and assessments


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