Confined Spaces Awareness


Confined spaces can present many dangers to the people who are required to work in them, whether this is due to the work activity, external factors or the general nature of the confined space itself. Because of these dangers, employers have a legal responsibility to ensure that their employees are protected from harm. This includes carrying out a risk assessment and providing adequate emergency procedures. Employees also have their own responsibility to ensure they are following any safety procedures that are laid down. This course will help staff deal with the issues relating to confined spaces.




COST: £50.00 plus vat

Included: Resources, parking, certificate

It is a highly interactive course delivered with classroom discussion, use of case studies and practical involvement.


By the end of this course, learners will:

  • Have knowledge of their legal responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act, Confined Spaces Regulations and other related legislation
  • Understand how to carry out a risk assessment of work to be carried out in a confined space
  • Be aware of the dangers of working in confined spaces and understand the importance of implementing appropriate control measures
  • Understand the necessary emergency procedures for working in confined spaces


The minimum entry requirement is a good understanding of spoken and written English. If you have any concerns about this, please contact us.


There will be a short test at the end of the course in order to confirm learning.


To find out more give us a call on

0115 930 2001

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