Confined Space 

Confined Space Training

Working in confined spaces is high risk with many people killed or seriously injured each year either working in a confined space or trying to rescue them without proper training and equipment.

A confined space is any space of an enclosed nature where there is a risk of death or serious injury from hazardous substances or dangerous conditions (such as lack of oxygen).

Some confined spaces are fairly easy to identify such as enclosures with limited openings for instance storage tanks; silos; reaction vessels; enclosed drains; sewers, etc. Others are less obvious, but can be equally dangerous, for example: open-topped chambers; vats; combustion chambers in furnaces; ductwork; unventilated or poorly ventilated rooms, etc.

RRC Confined Space Training

RRC Middle East offer a range of practical courses to help individuals and organisations assess and manage the risks associated with working in confined spaces.

To find out more click on the links below or contact us for advice of what course is right for you

  • Confined Space Entry

    OSHAcademy course providing comprehensive knowledge on working in confined spaces

    • Classroom 1 day, (In-Company only)
    • In-Company worldwide
    Confined Space Entry
  • Confined Space

    Provides knowledge and safety awareness for those involved in confined space activities

    • Classroom 1 day, (In-Company only)
    • In-Company worldwide
    Confined Space Training
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