Manage Work in Confined Spaces – Level 5 City & Guilds 6150-61
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for managers that are responsible for organising and planning work activities within a confined space. The manager may or may not supervise the actual job. This course focuses on planning, organizing and managing work safely in confined spaces including legislative roles and responsibilities, health and safety considerations and equipment requirements. Candidates will have normally completed the relevant 6150 confined space entry qualification for the situations they manage.
This course is designed to meet the requirements for working safely in confined spaces in line with the Confined Space Regulations 1997 along with other key legislation.
There are fourteen learning outcomes to this unit. The learner will be able to:
- Apply the relevant legislative and industry requirements for managing work in confined spaces.
- Develop risk assessments relevant to confined spaces to work activities.
- Identify suitable control measures for work activities to be undertaken in confined spaces.
- Develop safe working methods for confined spaces
- Establish effective procedures for using permits to work
- Develop effective emergency arrangements
- Implement and maintain effective arrangements for document storage, review and audit
- Understand legislative and industry confined space requirements for managing work in confined spaces
- Understand how to develop risk assessments relevant to confined spaces work activities to be undertaken
- Understand control measures for work activities to be undertaken in confined spaces
- Understand safe methods of work for confined spaces work activities
- Understand procedures for using permits to work
- Understand how to develop effective emergency arrangements
- Understand procedures for reporting systems and risk assessments
A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and presentations/demonstrations, practical application and City and Guilds examination. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates. A portfolio of evidence will be built by each delegate during the course program.
Assessment and Certification
Continued assessment process with final written question paper and practical assessment leading to City and Guilds accredited certification on successfully passing.
This is designed as a Level 5 Management Course, and is predominantly classroom based. Delegates will require good IT, English and Communication skills.
Delegates can also provide workplace evidence to support the building of their portfolio prior to attending the course. We can advise and discuss this when you make your course booking.
Course Code: ALP
We can arrange this course anywhere in the UK for four or more delegates. To discuss the booking of a bespoke training course...
This course is also available as an Open Course
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