The City & Guilds Training Scheme 6150 is the Water Industry Standard. All Water Companies participated in the formulation of this scheme to ensure that training quality is consistent and accepted nationally. Candidates who successfully complete higher level training, up to CG6150-03, will automatically be accredited with lower risk schemes.
This course is designed for medium risk confined spaces, in line with the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for working in confined spaces. (NC1 NC2 NC3 – see below)
Low Risk Confined Space – NC1 Classification
Low risk shallow entry with adequate natural or mechanical ventilation, where access is simple and unobstructed and there is no likely risk of flooding; for example: meter pits, valve chambers, booster-pumping stations, PRV chambers.
Medium Risk Confined Space – NC2 Classification
Vertical direct unobstructed access with continuous attachment to a man-riding hoist or similar mechanical rescue device.
Medium Risk Confined Space – NC3 Classification
When it is not possible to have persons permanently attached to a safety line. Usually it will be a team entry which moves away from the entry point; for example: man entry sewers, utility service subway tunnels, aquaducts and complex wet walls. Working without an attached rescue line and includes working away from the point of entry.
The CG6150-02 Course includes the use of 15 minutes Emergency Life Support Apparatus (Escape Set), but does NOT qualify personnel in the use of full breathing apparatus.
This 2 day CG6150-02 Medium Risk Confined Space course is designed for all persons that are engaged in confined space activities. The course is designed for persons working in NC Level 3 Medium Risk environments.
Who is this course for?
Open enrolment – For those who are training to work in the Water Industry or seeking employment or work engaged in any capacity where awareness of safety in confined spaces is required.
Minimum age: 18
Medically fit and healthy
– Prepare to enter and work safely in medium 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 behaviour for working in medium risk confined spaces
– Use general knowledge for working in medium risk confined spaces
– Apply industry specific knowledge for working in medium risk confined spaces
Assessment & certification
Assessment is by practical observation and written test.
All persons who successfully complete the practical and written test will receive a City & Guilds 6150-02 Certificate in Working in Medium Risk Confined Spaces and a site Identity Card. The certificate is valid for three years.
Price per delegate
£383.00 (exc VAT) per delegate including C&G accreditation. Excludes accommodation and lunch.
If you would like lunch provided then we can do this for an additional £10 per person per day
All courses are booked subject to our standard terms and conditions for the provision of training, which include our policy on course cancellation.