High Risk Confined Spaces (Water)

UPDATED 20170110 12:44:06

This course is essential for those working in high risk (NC4) confined spaces. Prepare to enter and work safely in high risk confined spaces, Enter and exit confined spaces safely, Prepare and use escape breathing apparatus in accordance with manufacturers? specifications, Use equipment and tools safely and in accordance with manufacturers? specifications, Follow procedures and work safely, Deal with emergencies, Use appropriate behavior for working in high risk confined spaces,

Course information

Name: High Risk Confined Spaces (Water) Qualification title: Award in Working in High Risk Confined Spaces in the Water Industry (QCF) Qualification type: Assessment Awarding City & Guilds of London Institute Created 20170109 13:23:54 Updated 20170110 12:44:06

Entry requirements

None

Provider

PROFESSIONAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES LIMITED
info@pqms.ie
02476 316789
http://www.pqms.training

Address

Unit 1-2, Sole End Farm Industrial Estate, Astley Lane Town: Bedworth

Learning aims

Title: Award in Working in High Risk Confined Spaces in the Water Industry (QCF) Qualification: Award in Working in High Risk Confined Spaces in the Water Industry (QCF) Classification: Construction, Planning and the Built Environment

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