Maritime Enclosed Space Entry
Maritime Enclosed Space is a term used in safety regulations that refers to an area where cramped conditions make it dangerous. It is an area with a small entrance or opening that is large enough for someone to enter and work.
On a vessel or offshore structure; a maritime enclosed space would include for example Cargo Holds & Tanks, Ballast Tanks, Double Bottoms, Chain Lockers, Void Spaces, Compartments & Stern Tubes.
Our 1-day course covers legislation, the hazards and risks of working in enclosed spaces, safe access/egress within an enclosed space and the practical use of Emergency Escape Breathing Devices. This course meets the IMO’s SOLAS, Chapter III, Reg.19 requirements.
The delegate will gain a thorough knowledge of the special hazards that those working in maritime enclosed spaces may encounter and the correct safety and working practices that should be adopted when operating in such conditions. This course also provides information on the selection & use of Portable Atmosphere Testing Instruments for Maritime Enclosed Spaces.
- Knowledge of legislation regarding current working practices and enclosed space regulations
- Knowledge of problems relating to hazardous atmospheres and gas detection
- Personal protective equipment and hygiene
- Permits to work and safe systems of work
- Practical exercises in working in enclosed spaces
- Practical exercises in escape techniques
- Set up and practical use of access equipment and Emergency Escape Breathing Devices
Upcoming course dates:
This is not a course we schedule into our calendar, we only run this course on a bespoke basis. Please contact us to discuss your requirements
The course price is number dependent, please contact us to discuss your requirements