CS09 Breathing Apparatus User

Course Information
  • 1 day
  • 8:1
  • Warrington, Blaydon, Enfield, Staffordshire, On Site
  • £160 per person, £950 for an entire course at our training centre or £1050 at your site

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Course Information
  • 1 day
  • 8:1
  • Warrington, Blaydon, Enfield, Staffordshire, On Site
  • £160 per person, £950 for an entire course at our training centre or £1050 at your site

  • Course Aim:


    Breathing Apparatus is a protective measure used to protect the user against an atmosphere containing toxic gases, vapours or particulates as well as atmospheres where oxygen concentration will not support human respiration. Specialist training and assessment is required to equip those undertaking this type of work with the necessary skills and competencies to work safely in an atmosphere where these hazards are prevalent.
  • •Follow procedures regarding the carriage and use of Self Contained Open Circuit (SCOC) breathing apparatus. •Confirm the suitability of the SCOC breathing apparatus for the task. •Carry out pre-use safety and user tests to confirm the SCOC breathing apparatus and its fit comply with current legislation, manufacturers’ specifications and approved codes of practise. •Resolve any problems with the SCOC breathing apparatus and report non-conformities. •Fit and adjust the designated SCOC breathing apparatus. •Wear the designated SCOC breathing apparatus to perform the task. •Carry out after use checks on the SCOC breathing apparatus •Store SCOC breathing apparatus in designated storage facility

Further Information:


Learning Outcomes:

•Follow procedures regarding the carriage and use of Self Contained Open Circuit (SCOC) breathing apparatus.
•Confirm the suitability of the SCOC breathing apparatus for the task.
•Carry out pre-use safety and user tests to confirm the SCOC breathing apparatus and its fit comply with current legislation, manufacturers’ specifications and approved codes of practise.
•Resolve any problems with the SCOC breathing apparatus and report non-conformities.
•Fit and adjust the designated SCOC breathing apparatus.
•Wear the designated SCOC breathing apparatus to perform the task.
•Carry out after use checks on the SCOC breathing apparatus
•Store SCOC breathing apparatus in designated storage facility

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