This Working BA Confined Space Training Course provides content and practical elements that teach delegates how to operate safely in High Risk Confined Space Environments when carrying out process or maintenance work. It covers a wide range of working environments including Chlorine Injection Rooms, Gas Control Cabinets and survey work in Water / Waste Water Environments. We have been delivering this course for over 15 years and have experience in most, if not all Industrial Environments.
Often referred to as High Risk Confined Space Work, it involves the use of a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) in order to provide the worker with a self-contained air supply. This allows the worker to safely operate in an IDHL atmosphere or an area which has the potential to suddenly change to IDHL.
The course aim is to teach delegates how to Prepare and Work Safely where there are hazards present or where they have the potential to be realised. The delegates are taken through the a Safe System of Work for specific hazards present in these environments. They will be shown the required mitigation controls. Atmospheric Gases, Risk Assessment, Permits, Confined Space Entry and Emergencies are all included.
Practical training takes place in one of our mobile simulated confined space training locations nationwide. Delegates use and master gas detection devices, vertical access using tripod and winch systems, Escape Breathing Apparatus (EBA) and Working Breathing Apparatus (WBA). Each learner is issued with their own equipment and BA Set. Individuals are assessed on their own and as part of a team.
- Legislation and Code of Practice relevant to Confined Spaces
- Recognition of Confined Spaces
- Dangers associated with Confined Spaces
- Appreciation of the different types of atmospheres
- Safe systems of work
- Vertical access Systems & Controls
- Use of Gas Detection Equipment
- Use of Escape Breathing Apparatus (EBA)
- Use of Working Breathing Apparatus (WBA)
- When, where and how EBA & WBA should be used
- Breathable air cylinders working duration calculations
- Practical training exercises.
High Risk Confined Space Training
Confined Space Code of Practice 2001
Who Should Attend
Employees who will be required to work in Confined Spaces and:
- Use Full Working Breathing Apparatus as part of a Safe System of Work.
- Employees who are going on to become members of a Confined Space Search and Rescue Team
This course is also suitable for Supervisors, Managers and Safety Professionals wishing to gain an appreciation of the various work systems and safety equipment used in Confined Space Work.
We train with SCBA Sets utilizing 9 litre, 45 minute duration cylinders and 10 Minute Continuous Flow Escape Sets (hood type) as standard. That said, we carry a full range of equipment from all mainstream manufacturers. Delegates can opt to use positive pressure or constant flow Escape Sets Devices and Drager, Sabre or MSA BA Sets.
We use MSA, RAE and Honeywell gas detectors. Delegates are welcome to bring their own devices should the have any questions on setup or want us to perform setup.
Airline Supply Systems
Courses can include Trolley Supply Systems with backup air supply or Ring Main Air Supply Systems.
Continued Customer Relationship
Course attendees, or their employers, can discuss confined space issues with one of our consultants at any time. We offer lifetime support, free of charge.
This course is a mix of theoretical and practical sessions. Delegates will be required to demonstrate their level of knowledge and understanding of the training programme content.
Other Course Options
Where Full Working Breathing Apparatus is not required as part of the safe work system, our Confined Space Training & Escape BA (Medium Risk) may be a more suitable alternative.
For Emergency Rescue or Search & Rescue Courses have a look at our higher-level course Confined Space Rescue Training.
Certification & Assessment
Delegates who successfully complete the course will receive Holland Academy Certification in Confined Space with Escape & Working Breathing Apparatus
To be successful delegates must pass
- Written Assessment (40%)
- Practical Assessment (60%)