Working in confined spaces requires specialist training and knowledge. Anyone with responsibilities to manage, implement and control aspects of operating in a confined space should ensure safety is a top priority. Courses such as our Authorised Person (Confined Spaces) AP06 cover everything you need to know about safely working in confined spaces. So, if you are wondering if this course is right for you or your employees, then read on for our expert advice.
Who is our AP06 Course for?
This specialist four-day training course is to assist workers who have responsibilities for managing, implementing and controlling work in confined spaces. As it results, it provides the knowledge your team needs to ensure that a safe system of work is used at all times. Many individuals choose to complete this course to expand their skills. Furthermore, many businesses choose to send employees on this training.
Benefits of Becoming an Authorised Person (Confined Spaces) AP06
There are many reasons why workers and employers choose this specialist training course. Some of the key benefits include;
- Increased confidence in risk assessments, as well as planning entry to confined spaces and implementing safe work systems.
- Confidence and knowledge in directing other workers who are required to enter confined spaces.
- Enhanced health and safety in the workplace, therefore, reducing the risk of serious injury or harm.
- Independent assessments of skills in regard to working safely in confined spaces. This can help highlight areas where more care and attention is needed.
At Morsafe, we offer this course in various locations across the UK. Furthermore, the course covers four full days and trainees will learn everything required to become an authorised person in confined spaces. We have developed this course to follow the advice that is outlined in all major safety regulations. As a result, this includes the Safe Work in Confined Spaces and the Confined Spaces Regulations 1997.
If you’d like to find out more or book your course, get in touch today.