Assess Confined Space For Safety Entry and Work

NTUC LearningHub


Course introduction

This unit covers basic principles in working within/ around confined space. It includes the knowledge and skills for the use of appropriate gas testing equipment and methods, to obtain representative results for the assessment of atmospheric condition in confined space for safe entry and work. The skills and knowledge covered will enable the learners to be appointed as confined space safety assessor under the relevant regulations.



Course Pre-Requisites


Course Entry Requirements:
1. Numeracy

  • WSQ Employability Skills Workplace Numeracy Level 6 or
  • Grade C6 in GCE ‘O’ Level for Mathematics
2. Science
  • Grade C6 in GCE ‘O’ Level Science (Chemistry and Physics)
AND
A) Other relevant skills/ working experience: WSH Skills & Knowledge equivalent to Certificate in WSH
OR
B) 3 years of relevant working experience in operations and co-ordination of safety work.



Course Outline


  • Prepare for confined space assessment
  • Identify hazards and take measures in confined space
  • Conduct gas testing to ascertain the atmospheric condition in the confined space is safe for entry
  • Participate in risk control and emergency response for entry into and working in a confined space
  • Monitor the confined space conditions and control measures for safe working
What's In It For Me
  • To enable the learners to be appointed as confined space safety assessor under the relevant regulations.
  • To prepare the learners for confined space assessment.
  • To identify hazards and take measures in confined space.



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