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City & Guilds Level 2 Award Medium Risk Entrant Course Stoke, Staffordshire

This Confined Space Medium Risk course is accredited by City & Guilds and is essential for those working in a confined space where access risks are present and escape breathing apparatus must be taken in. This is a competence based training course and will require delegates to show a good understanding of safe working practices and emergency arrangements including the use of a variety of equipment. Delivered by our expert team at Acadame, this City & Guilds Level 2 Award Confined Space Medium Risk Entrant course in Stoke or whichever area in which you are based, will cover a variety of essential topics in regard to working in confined spaces. 

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Suitability.

Anyone who works in a confined space such as a Sewer, Tank, Chamber or vessel.  This course would also be beneficial to managers or supervisors of operatives who are working in a medium risk confined space.

Assessment.

Delegates will complete a practical assessment and final written test paper. Successful students will be awarded with a City & Guilds certificate which is valid for 3 years.

Business benefits.

Learning outcomes.

Modules

What is covered in this Confined Space Medium Risk Entrant course

Unit 1.

Prepare to work safely in medium risk confined spaces including checking equipment, authorisation & health & safety information, communications, maintaining a safety zone, carry out a Point of Work Risk Assessment & monitoring equipment.

Unit 2.

  1. Entering & exiting a confined space safely including the use of the monitoring equipment, checking access equipment, carrying out a safety inspection, following procedures, resolving exit/entry problems & identifying unsafe activity.

Unit 3.

Work safely and monitor the work team to ensure procedures are followed.

Unit 4.

  1. Deal with emergency situations including making emergency arrangements and following emergency procedures.

Unit 5.

Understand the principles of working in medium risk confined spaces including identifying the main principles of health and safety and environmental legislation and describing hazards, substances, and situations associated with different types of confined spaces.

Unit 6.

  1. Understand standard protocols for work in medium risk confined spaces including describing communication methods and lines of communication for controlling work in medium risk confined spaces and describing procedures and methods used for working in confined spaces.

Unit 7.

Understand entry controller duties and responsibilities including describing confined space incidents and their effect on personnel and explaining how to close down and make entry points safe and secure.

Unit 8.

Understand equipment checks and inspection required including identifying defects and actions to take when dealing with faulty equipment.

 

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers from the Confined Space Medium Risk Entrant course

Who is City & Guilds?

City & Guilds is a leading awarding organisation for work-based qualifications.

How can I study the Confined Space Medium Risk Entrant course?

As part of the training, you will plan a confined space entry in a table top exercise and case study within the classroom, preparing for entry, communicating with others, exiting the confined space and dealing with emergency situations. This is followed by a practical exercise to work through the associated paperwork and responsibilities.

How long does the Confined Space Medium Risk Entrant course take to complete?

The course is held over 2 days.

Will I be issued with a certificate upon successful Confined Space Medium Risk Entrant completion?

Yes. On successful completion the learner will receive an accredited digital City & Guilds certificate. The certificate will be forwarded at a later date. A proof of pass can be immediately provided if required though.

How long is the Confined Space Medium Risk Entrant certificate valid for?

Certification for this course is valid for 3 years.

Are there any entry requirements for Confined Space Medium Risk Entrant?

Learners can bring with them any materials used by their own employer, copies of risk assessments or permits to work so that they can see how their materials fit in to the context of the training.

Our Health & Safety Training Managed Service

Our home for Confined Space Medium Risk Entrant Training might be in Staffordshire, but we have upcoming courses running from at least 12 other national locations and with our managed service, if we can’t accommodate you at any of those, no matter what corner of the country you are in, we will do the hard work for you and scour the market. We will work closely with local and national providers on your behalf; whereby we place you at the same cost as if you were buying direct so that you can really rationalise your supply chain and have a single invoice.

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