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

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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.

Objective
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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