Confined Space Training
Fire Aid can offer bespoke confined space training in conjunction with their partners MRS Training and Rescue using facilities at their Southampton training complex.
MRS have used their expertise to developed a realistic training environment within the training pontoon which comprises of various confined and enclosed spaces to challenge students and generate the most realistic training facility possible.
A confined space is any place, including any chamber, tank, vat, silo, pit, trench, pipe, sewer, flue, well or other similar space in which, by virtue of its enclosed nature, there arises a reasonably foreseeable specified risk.
“Why do I need it?” Over the years, work in confined spaces has resulted in many fatalities and injuries to workers across a range of industries. This led to the introduction of the Confined Space Regulations 1997. Compliance with these regulations should remove the risk of fatalities and injuries to persons who may need to work in confined spaces and these persons should be trained to be competent.
Fire Aid in conjunction with MRS have a range of options for confined space training, which can be delivered at the Southampton purpose built facility or at a customers preferred location (subject to a suitable venue).
Contact us to discuss your requirements and we will be happy to supply more details and prices to suit most budgets and needs.