Working in confined spaces is extremely risky. One needs to take proper precautions and training before working long hours in a small, compact area. Every year many people get seriously injured or even lose their lives owing to inadequate training, faulty equipment, and negligence.
The risks associated with working in confined spaces is widespread throughout the UK. Some 15 fatalities occur every year in the UK working in such a condition. The incidents are widespread over several industries and range from simple storage vessels to complex plants. And the reasons are mainly lack of proper supervision and training. That’s why both employers and employees need to undergo training relating to working in constricted spaces.
Our Working In Confined Spaces Training course aims at equipping the workforce working in the relevant industry with appropriate knowledge. Our course will enable the learner to identify and assess the nature and extent of dangers of working within a small space. This will allow them to take precautionary and emergency measures when necessary. Additionally, they will understand the legislation passed to safeguard the welfare, health, and safety of those working inside and others who may be affected by the work activities. As a result, the risk associated in such workspaces will be reduced to a minimum.