Confined Space Training & Manual Handling Course (2022)

CS1 - Confined Space Entry With Escape Sets (RoSPA Approved)

COURSE AIMS:

This course is designed to provide delegates that need to enter Confined Spaces and Hazardous Areas with an in-depth understanding of the requirements of the law, associated legislation, Safe Systems of Work and Risk Assessments. This course includes competent use of appropriate Confined Space Equipment and practical assessments covering access, egress and safe working practices in Confined Spaces and Hazardous areas.

To book you or a colleague onto one of our accredited training courses,please call our Training Booking Team on 0800 000 346 or email[emailprotected].

CS2 - Confined Space Entry & Rescue Techniques With Escape Sets (RoSPA Approved)

COURSE AIMS:

This course is designed to provide delegates that need to enter Confined Spaces and Hazardous Areas with an in-depth understanding of the requirements of the law, associated legislation, Safe Systems of Work and Risk Assessments. This course includes competent use of appropriate Confined Space Equipment and practical assessments covering access, egress and safe working practices in Confined Spaces and Hazardous areas.

To book you or a colleague onto one of our accredited training courses,please call our Training Booking Team on 0800 000 346 or email [emailprotected].

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Confined Space Entry & Management Level

COURSE AIMS:

Designed for Managers and Supervisors who require a good in-depth working knowledge of confined space working procedures and equipment but are not required to enter or work in confined spaces as part of their duties.

To book you or a colleague onto one of our accredited training courses,please call our Training Booking Team on 0800 000 346 or email [emailprotected].

City & Guilds 6160 02 Level 2 Award in Working in Medium Risk Confined Spaces

Entrant only. 2-day course – must be carried out before undertaking any other unit

This course is designed to provide delegates that need to enter confined spaces and hazardous areas with an in-depth understanding of the requirements of the law, associated legislation, safe systems of work and risk assessments. This course is specifically for entrants and includes competent use of appropriate confined space equipment and practical assessments covering access, egress and safe working practices in confined spaces and hazardous areas.

Course Content
• Identifying a low risk confined space
• Preparing to enter and exit a confined space
• Emergency exit from a confined space
• Permit control
• How to complete pre-entry gas checks

This qualification focuses on the delegate's ability to enter and work in low-risk confined spaces which have been risk assessed and designated NC1 with the Water UK scheme.

The delegates will need to be able to demonstrate the ability to:

  • Verify isolation from risk
  • Establish a safety zone at the access and egress point
  • Establish and maintain an appropriate communication system
  • Set out and interpret atmosphere monitors
  • Maintain safe working procedures for work being done

This qualification has been designed by City & Guilds to meet the requirements of Water UK and is water-industry specific.

To book you or a colleague onto one of our accredited training courses,please call our Training Booking Team on 0800 000 346 or email[emailprotected].

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City & Guilds 6160-03 Level 2 Award in High Risk Confined Space

Entrant only. 3-day course – must be carried out before undertaking Level 3 6160 07 & 6160 08

This course is about working in confined spaces that have non-standard entries which, in consequence, make rescue difficult. It is likely that a hazard will be present at some timeduring the entry. Entry may involve complex entry procedures and there will be work-specific controls and rescue arrangements. It will entail the use of a self-contained open-circuit breathing apparatus, specialist detection equipment, and resuscitation equipment.

Course Content - Theory

  • Legislation and dangers associated with confined spaces/
    hazardous spaces
  • Recognition of confined spaces NC1, NC2 and NC3
  • Safe systems of work, work permits and risk assessments
  • Emergency procedures
  • Understand SSOW
  • Control safe entry and exit to the confined space including pre-entry brief to the entry team
  • Implement emergency arrangements effectively
  • Understand the need for incident reporting

Course Content - Practical

  • Safe use of confined space equipment including SCBA
  • Pre-entry safety checks
  • Practical assessment
  • Emergency procedures
  • Equipment care and maintenance regimes

To book you or a colleague onto one of our accredited training courses,please call our Training Booking Team on 0800 000 346 or emailenquiries.ess@vpplc.com.

City & Guilds 6160-04 Level 3 Award in Control Entry and Arrangements for Confined Spaces

3-day course – Must be assessed against a high-risk activity

This course is designed for candidates who will be responsible for controlling entry and arrangements for confined spaces at the point of work without actually entering them.

Course Content - Theory

  • Legislation and dangers associated with confined spaces/hazardous spaces
  • Recognition of confined spaces NC1, NC2 and NC3
  • Safe systems of work, work permits, and risk assessments
  • Emergency procedures
  • Understand SSOW
  • Control safe entry and exit to the confined space including pre-entry brief to the entry team
  • Implement emergency arrangements effectively
  • Understand the need for incident reporting

Course Content - Practical

  • Safe use of confined space equipment including SCBA
  • Pre-entry safety checks
  • Practical assessment
  • Emergency procedures
  • Equipment care and maintenance regimes

To book you or a colleague onto one of our accredited training courses,please call our Training Booking Team on 0800 000 346 or email [emailprotected].

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City & Guilds 6160 05 Level 3 Award in Supervising Teams Undertaking Work in Confined Spaces

2-day courseMust be qualified to the level of risk which is being managed

This module is for supervisors of more than one activity. The delegate will supervise confined spaces and plan and allocate activities for a team. The person will be responsible for pre-entry procedures, entry into and exit from the confined space, selection of personnel, maintaining communications, and initiating and controlling emergency procedures.

Course Content - Theory

  • Plan and prepare emergency operations for a rescue team
  • Mobilise and supervise direct entry and exit to the confined space
  • Supervise safe use of safety equipment including harness, winches etc
  • Learn how to deal with emergencies
  • Monitor a rescue team to ensure procedures are followed
  • Understand the principles of working as a rescue team leader including duties and responsibilities
  • Learn to work within a safe system of work

Course Content - Practical

  • Safe use of confined space equipment
  • Pre-entry safety checks
  • Practical assessment
  • Emergency procedures
  • Equipment care and maintenance regimes
  • Arrange for all equipment to be available prior to entering the site
  • Carry out a site/task specific risk assessment
  • Allocate activities to a competent work team
  • Brief the work team on the nature of the specific confined space
  • Confirm all team members know and understand their roles
  • Plan the worksite safety zone and carry out checks
  • Confirm communications systems are set up, tested, and working before the team move away from the entry point

To book you or a colleague onto one of our accredited training courses,please call our Training Booking Team on 0800 000 346 or email[emailprotected].

City & Guilds 6160 06 Level 4 Award in Planning, Managing andReviewing the Legislative and Safety Compliance for Working in Confined Spaces

47 hours guided learning including 4-days face-to-face and assignments on confined space applicable to the candidates workplace

This unit focuses on planning, organising and managing work safely in confined spaces including legislative roles and responsibilities, health and safety considerations, and equipment requirements. 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. The manager cannot enter the confined space.

Course Content - Theory

  • Legislation and dangers associated with confined spaces/
    hazardous areas
  • Recognition of confined spaces NC1, NC2, NC3 and NC4
  • Safe system of work, work permits, and risk assessments
  • Emergency procedures

Course Requirements

  • Must have a working knowledge of confined space management
  • Must have a previous understanding of course content – theory
  • Must be able to pass a pre-course exam
  • Must have the ability to create a full safe system of work on two
    live confined spaces
  • Must have the ability to audit and review company documentation

Course Recommendations

(Video) Manual Handling for Events.

  • C&G 6160 02, 03, 05 – Medium, High Risk, and Rescue
  • IOSH Managing Safely
  • NEBOSH General Certificate

To book you or a colleague onto one of our accredited training courses,please call our Training Booking Team on 0800 000 346 or email[emailprotected].

City & Guilds 6160 07 Level 3 Award in Direct Emergency Rescue and Recovery in Confined Spaces (Rescue Team Leader)

1-day course

This module is for delegates who have responsibility for the activities of a rescue or recovery team operating in confined spaces. This may include rescue team leaders, coordinators, entry controllers/top person or supervisors whose responsibilities include leading the rescue and recovery of casualties, planning and preparing for emergency operations, mobilising rescue teams, monitoring and managing rescue activities, delivering reporting, and securing sites after incidents or emergencies.

Course Content - Theory

  • Plan how to prepare emergency operations for rescue teams
  • Mobilise a rescue team and direct entry and exit to the confined space
  • Understand the requirements relating to safety escape and emergency equipment, including taking ownership for ensuring all is available on site prior to work commencing
  • Understand rescue team leader duties and responsibilities including sharing emergency arrangements with the rescue team

Course Content - Practical

  • Prepare a rescue team for a standby
  • Select & allocate correct equipment
  • Practical team leader exercises
  • Incident reporting procedures
  • Theoretical and practical assessment

To book you or a colleague onto one of our accredited training courses,please call our Training Booking Team on 0800 000 346 or email[emailprotected].

City & Guilds 6160-08 Level 3 Award in Working as a Member of aRescue and Recovery Team in Confined Spaces

3-day course

This course is designed for delegates to obtain the skills and knowledge required to carry out safe rescueprocedures within the Water UK categories, low, medium and high risk confined spaces, including using compressed air, self-contained breathing apparatus as a planned means of assisted rescue.

Course Content - Theory

  • Prepare to work safely in confined spaces under emergency conditions
  • Enter and exit confined spaces safely
  • Write and understand risk assessments for safe entry and retrieval of casualties from a confined space

Course Content - Practical

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  • Use and interpret gas monitors to verify safe atmospheres
  • Understand the properties of gasses and the occurrence of bad atmospheres
  • Correct fitting and how to check ancillary safety equipment such as harnesses winches etc
  • How to build, don and doff self-contained breathing apparatus
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Work within a safe system of work
  • React positively as a team in a potentially dangerous situation
  • Use appropriate behaviour for carrying out emergency rescue and recovery of causalities from confined spaces including handing over to emergency services.
  • Use appropriate water industry knowledge for carrying out emergency rescue and recovery of casualties from confined spaces

FAQs

How long is confined space training? ›

This certificate does not have an expiry date. However, based on industry best practice guidelines, the recommended renewal period for this training is 2 years.

Is confined space training a legal requirement? ›

There are no regulations or legislation that states how often confined space training is required or expiry dates of any training or certificates. All health and safety training should be refreshed when ever it is felt necessary.

Can you enter a confined space without training? ›

It is important to remember that anyone assessing, managing and supervising confined space work also needs to be suitably trained to carry out their part of a safe confined entry.

What does confined space training involve? ›

During this confined space training course you'll learn what confined spaces are and what makes them dangerous, what legal responsibilities both you and your employer have, how to conduct a proper risk assessment and understand emergency procedures, and what you can do to make working in confined spaces safer for ...

Which extinguisher is used in confined space? ›

When a fire breaks out in a confined space, it's likely that you will use a water extinguisher (red label) or a foam extinguisher (cream label) to combat the flames. Foam extinguishers are particularly suited to fires caused by solids and liquids.

What is a Level 2 confined space? ›

Characteristics. A confined space will be considered Level 2 if all identified hazards are controlled and the following applies: a) Oxygen concentration is between 19.5% and 23.0% by volume; and.

What are 3 examples of confined space? ›

Confined spaces include, but are not limited to, tanks, vessels, silos, storage bins, hoppers, vaults, pits, manholes, tunnels, equipment housings, ductwork, pipelines, etc.

Is a water tank a confined space? ›

Confined spaces can be found in vats, tanks, pits, pipes, ducts, flues, chimneys, silos, pressure vessels, underground sewers, wet or dry wells, shafts, shipboard spaces, void spaces or other similar enclosed or partially enclosed structures.

What do I need to work in confined space? ›

2. Confined space safety precautions
  1. Safe systems of work. Make sure you have all the relevant information, knowledge and experience to carry out the work. ...
  2. Ventilation. ...
  3. Isolation. ...
  4. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) ...
  5. Emergency procedures. ...
  6. Rescuers. ...
  7. ​Training. ...
  8. Find out more.
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What is a safe oxygen level in a confined space? ›

19.5 % Minimum acceptable oxygen level. 15 - 19% Decreased ability to work strenuously.

What causes low oxygen in a room? ›

A reduction in oxygen levels in a confined space could be due to the effects of combustion; it might be caused by microbial activity (such as the process of fermentation); it could be due to the oxidisation (rusting) of the internal surface of a tank or pipe; or it might be that the oxygen has been displaced by another ...

What are the two types of confined spaces? ›

Confined spaces are usually broken down into two groups: Non-Permit and Permit. Permit confined spaces are the most hazardous and require you or some qualified person to completed a safety checklist, simply called a permit, before you enter in to the space.

What are the hazards in confined space? ›

What are the hazards? Working in a confined space is dangerous because of the risks from noxious fumes, reduced oxygen levels, or a risk of fire. Other dangers may include flooding/drowning or asphyxiation from some other source such as dust, grain or other contaminant.

Which fire extinguisher must not be used in confined spaces? ›

It is advised not use a CO2 fire extinguisher in a confined space, as it displaces oxygen and could lead to asphyxiation.

What are the three characteristics of a confined space? ›

In order for a work area to be defined as a confined space it must meet all three of the following criteria:
  • Limited Openings for Entry and Exit. ...
  • The Space is not Intended for Continuous Human Occupancy. ...
  • The Space is Large Enough for You to Enter and Conduct Work.

What are the 4 types of fire extinguishers? ›

There are four classes of fire extinguishers – A, B, C and D – and each class can put out a different type of fire.

What is ABC type fire extinguisher? ›

An extinguisher with an ABC rating is suitable for use with fires involving ordinary combustibles, flammable liquids and energized electrical equipment. An extinguisher that is rated for use with multiple hazards should include a symbol for each hazard type.

What is temperature in confined space? ›

48-500C with high relative humidity.

What toxic gas is commonly found in confined spaces? ›

The most common toxic gases found in confined spaces are Volatile Organic Compounds (ppm VOC), Carbon Monoxide (ppm CO) and Nitrogen Dioxide (ppm NO2). They are usually the by-product of operations such as painting and gas or diesel generators.

What is a confined space give 2 examples? ›

A confined space is any enclosed or partially enclosed structure that is intended or likely to be entered by any person, has limited or restricted entry or exit access and contains a potentially harmful atmosphere. Examples include tanks, pits, chimneys, silos, underground sewers, tunnels and wells.

What is confined space Short answer? ›

A confined space is an area that is enclosed on all sides and has restricted entry or exit.

Is a car a confined space? ›

A confined space, despite its name, is not necessarily small. Examples of confined spaces include silos, vats, hoppers, utility vaults, tanks, water supply towers, sewers, pipes, access shafts, truck or rail tank cars, aircraft wings, boilers, manholes, pump stations, digesters, manure pits and storage bins.

How deep is a confined space? ›

In the United States, any pit or trench with a depth equal to or greater than 4 feet is classified as a permit-required confined space. A permit-required confined space has to have one or more specific characteristics, the first being that it contains hazardous gases or has the potential to be a hazardous space.

Why do we use 24 volts in confined space? ›

Why we use 24 volt bulb in confined space? To reduce the impact of electrical shock to workmen. 220 V may cause a fatal incident/accident. This is the minimum voltage capacity allowed in confined space,to avoid and less incident/accident damage.

Is boiler a confined space? ›

There are several types of spaces at the University of Rochester that are classified as confined spaces. These spaces include, among others, boilers, tanks, large exhaust stacks, manholes, tunnels, certain utility chases, pits, and sumps.

What gases are tested in confined space? ›

The assessment includes testing the atmosphere for oxygen, flammable gas, vapour or mist, combustible dust, or other hazardous atmospheres. Testing must be done less than 20 minutes before the worker enters the space, and repeated if the space has been vacated for more than 20 minutes.

What are 3 different types of hazards in confined spaces? ›

Hazards associated with confined spaces include oxygen deficiency, toxic vapours and combustible gases, solvents or dusts. In addition to atmospheric hazards, confined spaces often contain physical or mechanical hazards such as rotating machinery, electrical equipment or material which can engulf an entrant.

What is the first rule for working at height? ›

First assess the risks. Factors to weigh up include the height of the task, the duration and frequency, and the condition of the surface being worked on.

What is a low risk confined space? ›

A low risk confined space is one where there is adequate natural or mechanical ventilation, where access appears simple and unobstructed, and where there is no likely risk of flooding. Examples of low risk confined spaces include pub cellars, valve chambers and stairwells.

What are the 4 gases in confined space? ›

4 Gases - Confined Space Detectors
  • carbon monoxide.
  • hydrogen sulphide.
  • flammable gases.
  • oxygen depletion.

How much oxygen is in a room? ›

Room air is 21% O2.

How much oxygen is normal? ›

A normal level of oxygen is usually 95% or higher. Some people with chronic lung disease or sleep apnea can have normal levels around 90%. The “SpO2” reading on a pulse oximeter shows the percentage of oxygen in someone's blood. If your home SpO2 reading is lower than 95%, call your health care provider.

What is normal oxygen level by age? ›

Oxygen saturation levels (SpO2) between 95 to 100 percent are considered normal for both adults and children (below 95% is considered abnormal). People over 70 years of age may have oxygen levels closer to 95%. Normal oxygen saturation levels (SpO2) are between 95 to 100 percent for both adults and children.

What is the name of lack of oxygen? ›

Hypoxia is low levels of oxygen in your body tissues. It causes symptoms like confusion, restlessness, difficulty breathing, rapid heart rate, and bluish skin. Many chronic heart and lung conditions can put you at risk for hypoxia. Hypoxia can be life-threatening.

What is the upper limit of co2 for a confined space entry? ›

The most widely recognized exposure limits for CO2 reference an 8-hour Time-Weighted Average (TWA) of 5,000 ppm, with a 15-minute Short-Term Exposure Limit (STEL) of either 15,000 ppm or 30,000 ppm.

What is the minimum amount of oxygen a human need when entering an enclosed spaces? ›

However, workers must understand the particular hazards of any environment they are entering and take appropriate measures. OSHA dictates that the minimum "safe level" of oxygen in a confined space is 19.5%, while the maximum "safe level" of oxygen in a confined space is 23.5%.

How do you rescue a confined space? ›

In a controlled and simulated IDLH environment, students will be required to:
  1. Respond to a rescue alert.
  2. Evaluate the emergency and determine the correct rescue method.
  3. Determine the atmospheric hazard.
  4. Utilize the appropriate PPE.
  5. Enter the confined space.
  6. Perform a rescue on an unconscious victim.

What is the biggest cause of confined space fatalities? ›

Asphyxiation is the leading cause of death in confined spaces. The asphyxiations that have occurred in permit spaces have generally resulted from oxygen deficiency or from exposure to toxic atmospheres.

What is the 5 types of hazard? ›

There are many types of hazards - chemical, ergonomic, physical, and psychosocial, to name a few - which can cause harm or adverse effects in the workplace. Get resources on specific hazards and their control, including identification, risk assessment and inspections, to keep your workplace healthy and safe.

What type of hazard is slippery floor? ›

Slippery floors: little spills lead to big spills

Slick floors are the cause of another major fall hazard. They are most often seen in restaurants.

What is the first step in preventing deaths in confined spaces? ›

Confined spaces may be encountered in virtually any occupation; therefore, their recognition is the first step in preventing fatalities.

Why fire extinguisher is red? ›

Firstly, red is the colour associated with both danger and fire and so there is an obvious association with fire extinguishers. Secondly, red is the colour most easy to see, especially in a darker environment, such as a smoke-filled room. The only exception to the 'red' rule, is chrome extinguishers.

What is a Type 3 fire extinguisher? ›

3. Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher. The wet chemical extinguisher is a specialized type primarily focused on class K fires, those involving cooking media such as animal and vegetable fats or oils. These extinguishers contain a solution composed of potassium that effectively launches a two-pronged assault on fires.

What colour is a CO2 fire extinguisher? ›

Black – Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Yellow – Wet Chemical.

What creates a confined space? ›

By definition, to be classified as a confined space, the space must encompass these three characteristics: The space must be large enough for an employee to fully enter and perform work. The space must not be designed for continuous occupancy by the employee. The space has limited or restricted means of entry and exit.

What are the 4 characteristics of a permit required confined space? ›

A permit-required confined space is one that meets the definition of a confined space and has one or more of these characteristics: (1) contains or has the potential to contain a hazardous atmosphere, (2) contains a material that has the potential for engulfing an entrant, (3) has an internal configuration that might ...

What is the difference between a confined space and an enclosed space? ›

“Enclosed Space” is an OSHA standard for the electric-power industry. “Confined Space” is a broader OSHA category, with more stringent standards. “Permit-Required Confined Spaces” have even tighter safety rules.

What is the OSHA standard for confined space training? ›

OSHA's standard for confined spaces (29 CFR 1910.146) contains the requirements for practices and procedures to protect employ-ees in general industry from the hazards of entering permit spaces. Employers in general industry must evaluate their workplaces to determine if spaces are permit spaces.

Does OSHA require annual confined space training? ›

OSHA requires contractors to provide training for those who may be involved in the permit-required confined-space process. Training must be conducted before employees are first assigned duties relating to confined spaces or if there is a change in their assignments.

How often does confined space training need to be refreshed? ›

OSHA does have two annual requirements attached to confined spaces: employers are required to review the permit program annually, and employee rescue personnel need to perform practice rescues at least once every 12 months. Industry leaders recommend that you refresh Confined Space Training every one or two years.

Does confined space training expire Qld? ›

How long does a Confined Space Ticket last in Queensland? This is a nationally recognised unit of competency and therefore your accreditation does not technically expire.

What are 3 examples of confined space? ›

Confined spaces include, but are not limited to, tanks, vessels, silos, storage bins, hoppers, vaults, pits, manholes, tunnels, equipment housings, ductwork, pipelines, etc.

What are the two types of confined spaces? ›

Confined spaces are usually broken down into two groups: Non-Permit and Permit. Permit confined spaces are the most hazardous and require you or some qualified person to completed a safety checklist, simply called a permit, before you enter in to the space.

What PPE is required for confined space entry? ›

Chemical- and liquid-resistant gloves iv. Insulating rubber gloves c. Care of Gloves i. Protective gloves should be inspected before each use to ensure that they are not torn, punctured or made ineffective in any way.

How long is confined space certificate good for? ›

The standard expiration date for this certification is 3 years.

Why 24 volt bulb is used in confined space? ›

Why we use 24 volt bulb in confined space? To reduce the impact of electrical shock to workmen. 220 V may cause a fatal incident/accident.

What is a confined space give 2 examples? ›

A confined space is any enclosed or partially enclosed structure that is intended or likely to be entered by any person, has limited or restricted entry or exit access and contains a potentially harmful atmosphere. Examples include tanks, pits, chimneys, silos, underground sewers, tunnels and wells.

What are the elements of a confined space? ›

In order for a work area to be defined as a confined space it must meet all three of the following criteria:
  • Limited Openings for Entry and Exit. ...
  • The Space is not Intended for Continuous Human Occupancy. ...
  • The Space is Large Enough for You to Enter and Conduct Work.

When testing a permit space testing should be done? ›

Testing a confined space for atmospheric hazards should be done remotely before entering, and should be done in this order: 1) Ensure that proper oxygen levels are present. 2) Ensure that combustible gases are not present. 3) Ensure that toxic gases are below the OSHA permissible exposure limit.

How long is confined space ticket valid for in Australia? ›

confined space entry permit - until the work to which it relates is completed. notifiable incident - all records must be kept for two years after the incident.

Is a walk in freezer considered a confined space? ›

A walk-in freezer is a confined space and a hazardous environment. According to the University of Minnesota, oxygen deficiency is the most common cause of death in confined spaces.

Is a swimming pool a confined space? ›

Confined spaces are found not only in industrial settings but also in public places such as shopping malls and large public swimming pools.

Is a sea container a confined space? ›

Confined spaces are commonly found in vats, tanks, pits, pipes, ducts, flues, chimneys, silos, containers, pressure vessels, underground sewers, wet or dry wells, shafts, trenches, tunnels or other similar enclosed or partially enclosed structures, when these examples meet the definition of a confined space in the WHS ...

Videos

1. Safety in Confined Spaces | Human Focus
(Human Focus International)
2. Health and Safety Training Courses | Vp ESS
(Vp ESS)
3. Confined Space- Site Safety Plus Short Film
(CITB)
4. Confined Spaces Safety Training Video - Free Safetycare preview hazardous atmospheres
(Safetyhub by Safetycare)
5. Confined Space Awareness On-line Course Demo
(Rob Millar)
6. What is a confined space?
(Total Management and Training)

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