Working in Medium Risk Confined Spaces (Combined Entrant and Entry Controller) – CABWI Level 2 Award CS2-MRC

The CABWI Level 2 Award in Working in Medium Risk Confined Spaces (combined entrant and entry controller) allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work in medium risk confined spaces as part of their job role. It also allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work at medium risk confined spaces as part of their job role, but who are not required, or are unable, to enter and work in the confined space.

£340.00 +VAT

Duration

2 Days

Level Level 2 CS2-MRC
Awarding Body

CABWI

Course Overview

Course Description

  • The dangers associated with confined space working
  • How to risk assess a confined space
  • How to classify a confined space
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Different types of escape breathing apparatus
  • How to undertake pre-entry checks on equipment
  • Correct and safe use of atmospheric monitoring equipment
  • The necessary staffing levels.
  • Why there is a need for periodic examinations of equipment
  • The emergency procedures when working in a confined space.

A high proportion of practical exercises, including confined space entry, will be supplemented with classroom-based tutorials. The assessment is a practical observation and a multiple-choice question paper.

Aim

At the end of the training course delegates should be able to:

  • Show an understanding of current legislation
  • Recognise and classify a confined space.
  • Produce Safe Systems of Work for entry into confined spaces including point of works risk assessment.
  • Recognise diseases and understand the necessary personal hygiene requirements associated with confined spaces.
  • Types and safe use of atmospheric monitoring equipment
  • Use personal protective equipment, i.e., harnesses and access equipment.
  • Types and use of escape breathing apparatus.

PPE required:

  • Hard hat
  • High vis
  • Laced up safety boots
  • Gloves
  • Overalls
  • Safety glasses
  • We recommend delegates be clean shaven

Additional Information

Candidates should inform their trainer if they have any serious health issues, physical problems, special considerations or are taking any medication, which may create difficulties in undertaking elements of this training course.

This qualification may be taken by any learner aged 16 or over, although it is recognised that employers may have different age requirements for their employees who work in confined spaces.

As the qualification involves practical assessment in a confined space environment, centres must ensure that any learner undertaking the qualification is medically fit, in line with current industry requirements.

For the water industry, these requirements can be found in the Water UK Occasional Guidance Note (OGN) The Classification and Management of Confined Space Entries.

Other Information

Canning & Coyle Training Centre, Woodside Works, The Close, Horley, RH6 9EB