In addition to covering the course content Introduction to confined spaces, the current Rescue in confined spaces allows students to put into practice the knowledge acquired during the first day of the course. With our simulation unit of enclosed space, we are able to place the student in a variety of input and rescue response in confined space situations. We ensure that the methods and equipment used correspond to the effective rescue procedure with the employer.
Duration: 2 days
Partipants maximum: 6
Content: Training to develop the following skills:
Know the regulations and standards applying to work in a confined space. Recognize confined spaces. Know the hazards associated with confined spaces. Know and understand the controls used when working in confined spaces. Know the role and responsibilities of the incoming and the supervisor. Understanding the need to develop an intervention program in confined spaces. Knowing the different elements of an intervention program in confined spaces such as the scorecard, the entry permit, the work procedure and the rescue process. Know the different types of rescues in confined spaces and equipment needed for their realization. Be able to determine if a closed space has an IDLH atmosphere. Being able to perform a simple life without input. Being able to perform a rescue with entry.