Confined space standby

Confined space standby

While work is being conducted in any confined space, legislation states many regulated control measures must be in place at all times. On of the crucial ways to ensure safety of all workers is the reliance on a qualified standby operator. So what does a standby...
Confined space training

Confined space training

Training is not only a key step to ensure your safety whilst working in a confined space. It is also one of the many regulated mandatory control measures required by law! To ensure your safety takes priority, book one of our onsite confined space training courses...
Refresher training

Refresher training

A common question we are asked by many students is the expiry date of the qualifications they obtain for working at heights or confined space training. There are recommendations, requirements and considerations all students need to be aware of, in order to maintain a...
Unsafe oxygen levels

Unsafe oxygen levels

One of the major hazards when working in confined spaces is the possibility of unsafe oxygen levels. The normal level of oxygen within the air is approx. 21%. When working in a confined space, oxygen levels must be between 19.5% – 23.5%. Reasons for lower oxygen...