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MNTB Entry into Enclosed/Dangerous Spaces (EES)

Stream Marine Training offer Entry into Enclosed/Dangerous Spaces training courses from our Glasgow Airport Training campus or on the clients’ premises and can travel to vessels or offshore platforms to carry out the training.

10 Sep 2021
29 Oct 2021
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Description

This training is intended to meet the requirements set out in The Merchant Shipping (Entry into Dangerous Spaces) Regulations 1988 (SI 1988 No. 1638) (the Regulations), IMO Resolution A.864 (20) Recommendations for entering enclosed spaces aboard ships (adopted on 27th November 1997) and the Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen (COSWP).

Course Outcomes:

  • Recognise potential dangerous enclosed spaces aboard a vessel
  • Complete a typical enclosed space entry Permit to Work
  • Carry out the safe testing of an atmosphere prior to enclosed space entry using typical industry test equipment, including knowledge of it’s maintenance and testing/calibration requirements.
  • Carry out a safe enclosed space entry
  • Carry out a self rescue from an enclosed space
  • Carry out safety attendant role

Revalidation

No.

Dates

1 day, 08:30 AM BST - 04:30 PM BST

Paisley

  • PD points: 1
Session information

Sessions

Theory Development
08:30 BST - 12:00 BST
3 hours, 30 minutes
Paisley
    Practical Session
    12:30 BST - 16:30 BST
    4 hours
    Paisley
      • £195.00 excl. VAT

      1 day, 08:30 AM BST - 04:30 PM BST

      Paisley

      • PD points: 1
      Session information

      Sessions

      Theory Development
      08:30 BST - 12:00 BST
      3 hours, 30 minutes
      Paisley
        Practical Session
        12:30 BST - 16:30 BST
        4 hours
        Paisley
          • £195.00 excl. VAT

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