Entry into Enclosed Space

Karco 2 hours and 22 minutes

Enclosed Space Entry is one of the leading causes of casualties within the Shipping Industry. This keeps happening due to poor training and poor knowledge or disregard of the Procedures that should be followed. Every crew member should be knowledgeable, able and willing to carry out an Enclosed Space Entry in a safe manner. Various documentations onboard assist the crew to follow the correct procedures and ensure that all steps are covered, and nothing is missed prior to entry.

This course strives to explain the risks, procedures and contingencies related to enclosed space entry.

During this course, we will be discussing in detail the following;

1. What is an Enclosed Space
2. Reasons for entering an Enclosed Space
3. Hazards of Enclosed Space Entry
4. Risk Assessment and Permit to Work
5. Testing of the Atmosphere
6. Enclosed Space entry procedure and precautions,
7. Specific Hazards
8. Enclosed Space Entry requirements and Rescue Training and Drills, and
9. Contingency Plans


Course author

Karco

KARCO are Pioneers in 3D animated marine safety videos through which they offer a unique and effective learning system to already over 250 companies worldwide. The Karco courses are developed in response to the real-time needs of our customers globally. The content for all the videos is being provided by clients operating hundreds of vessels, with decades of experience behind them. This ensures that the content reflects true operational and shipboard requirements.

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  2. Price: Free
  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 2 hours and 22 minutes
  5. Intended for: This course is intended for all seafarers of any rank, especially those who may be involved in carrying out some type of an enclosed space entry or required in an enclosed space rescue operation.
  6. Reference: Resolution A.1050 (27) MSC 92/26/Add.1 SOLAS Chp. III COSWP Chapter 14 & 15 (incl. annex 14.1)