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Confined Space Entry Training – Level 3

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  • Duration

    2 days

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  • Price

    GBP 387.00

    Excl. extras & Excl. 20.00 % VAT

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Confined Space Entry Training – Level 3


The course is designed for the delegates to acquire basic knowledge and skills through a combination of lecture presentations, group discussions, demonstrations, individual & team exercises utilising a confined space simulator based in accordance with the HSE confined space regulations.

The training course has been designed to meet the Performance Criteria of the National Occupational Standards: Working in High Risk Confined Spaces

Target Group

This course is aimed at persons working in confined spaces which have non-standard entries and which, in consequence, makes rescue difficult. It is likely that a hazard will be present at some time during the entry and will entail the use of self-contained open circuit breathing apparatus


It is the responsibility of the employer or delegates to assess their ability and fitness to safely attend this training programme.


Successful delegates will be issued with a RelyOnNutec certificate of course completion

Course are conducted at RelyOnNutec training centres at Aberdeen and Teesside

Course Contents

Relevant Legislation and Guidelines
Classification of Confined Spaces
Confined Space Hazards (including Oxygen Deficiency and Enrichment)
Safe Working Procedures (including use of Confined Space Entry Permits/ Gas Monitoring
and Atmospheric Testing/ Ventilation/ Communication methods)
Equipment and Tools (including use of Gas Testers)
Working in Teams (including Standby Persons/ Entrants/ Emergency Teams)
Practical Exercise - Prepare to enter and work safely in high risk confined spaces
Practical Exercise - Enter and exit confined spaces safely
Procedures for dealing with emergencies (including the need for rescue plans)
Purpose and requirements for using breathing apparatus
Legislation covering BA
The components and make up of a BA set
Pre-use checks and tests
Safe Use of BA and adhering to procedures
After Use Checks
Practical Exercise - Preparing and Using Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
Practical Exercise - BA Walkaround
Practical Exercise - Entry and Emergency Exit from Confined Space
Knowledge Assessment