Confined space entry training
Understanding and mastering the risks involved makes working in confined spaces, tanks and containers a safe job. Seamless risk assessment is essential here. Training is the best way to avoid accidents and even death.
According to confined space statistics by NIOSH 92% of fatalities occur in confined spaces due to inadequate CSE training. Which safety aspects are key for working in confined spaces? What typical errors are made? Which situations are critical? Find out – directly from professional experts and register for one of our customised confined space training sessions.
Whatever the space you and your employees are working in, we have the matching safety training for you.
Have a look into our four-part video series about rescue training in confined spaces.
CSE rescue – overall assessment of working conditions
Special in-depth risk assessment of working conditions in confined spaces is the key before any confined space entry. The analysis of the individual hazards and stress factors is the basis of risk assessment. Our experts will tell you why.
CSE rescue – rescue concept
Confined space rescue: The rescue concept consists of the measures that a particular emergency needs. The confined space rescue is a subset of technical rescue operations that involves the rescue and recovery of persons trapped in a confined space or in a place only accessible through confined spaces. Have a look and find out how.
CSE rescue – risk assessment
Risks in confined spaces: In order to complete a risk assessment for specific work processes, it is important at the start to know the formal difference between a “danger” and a “risk”. What is the difference between “danger” and “risk”? This video will tell you.
CSE rescue – efficacy check and training
The efficacy check serves to optimize the confined space rescue concept, to check for safety, feasibility and to ensure operability. It helps to reduce risk or even eliminate it. The last part of our series sums it all up.