Confined Space Entry with Escape & Full BA and Emergency First Aid

This confined space entry training course delivers the knowledge and skills necessary to enter and work safely in High-Risk confined spaces and deal with emergencies, administer emergency first aid including oxygen resuscitation and CPR.
Practical elements of the course include ventilation, monitoring of atmosphere, access and egress using tripod, winch and fall arrest / recovery device, emergency escape & full working breathing apparatus and working as part of a team.
The full working breathing apparatus & emergency first aid parts of the course can be taken as stand-alone, one day modules by delegates who have an in-date 'Confined Space Entry with Escape Breathing Apparatus' training certificate.
Confined Space Entry with Escape Breathing Apparatus, Full Working Breathing Apparatus, Emergency First Aid, Oxygen Resuscitation and CPR
Aims & Objectives This confined space training course is specifically designed to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of the dangers of a confined space and to enable delegates to enter, work and leave a confined space including a vertical shaft.
Suitability Managers, Supervisors, Engineers, Operatives
Duration 3 Day
Dates Call 0800 783 0757 for details
Numbers Maximum of 10 delegates per course
Lunch A snack lunch and refreshments are provided
  • Students should be physically fit
  • Current legislation 
  • Recognition of confined spaces 
  • Human respiratory system 
  • Appreciation of the different types of atmospheres 
  • Use of gas detection equipment in hazardous atmospheres 
  • Use of personal protection equipment, i.e. ropes, harnesses and man riding hoists 
  • Use of escape breathing apparatus 
  • Different types of full working breathing apparatus, and ancillary equipment 
  • Pre-entry checks on equipment 
  • Safe systems of work for entry into confined spaces 
  • Methods of communication 
  • Manning levels 
  • Practical use of escape set and full working breathing apparatus 
  • Vertical entry and egress using a tripod and winch 
  • Diseases and personal hygiene associated with confined spaces 
  • Awareness of the need for periodic examinations of equipment 
  • First aid regulations 
  • First aid equipment 
  • Situation assessment and primary assessment 
  • Airway management 
  • Respiratory arrest 
  • Mouth to mouth resuscitation 
  • Artificial ventilation 
  • Circulatory collapse 
  • Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) 
  • Role of oxygen in resuscitation 
  • Awareness of the different types of resuscitation equipment, including automatic resuscitators; i.e., MARS or Pneupac, Vent aid or similar 
  • Laerdal pocket mask, and bag and mask 
  • Treatment for choking 
  • Shock 
  • Control of bleeding 
  • Management of the unconscious casualty 
  • Head injuries, fractures and burns 
  • Student Assessment
Notes Comprehensive notes will be given to all Students who attend the course.
Certification On satisfactory completion of the course a certificate of competence will be issued that will be valid for three years.