- On completion of this unit, learners will be equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to perform the duties of a supervisor working in a confined space.
- Learners will be taught on the practical approach in using various tools, tactics, tips and know-how, contextualized to the needs of different sectors, including building and engineering construction services.
- Learner will also acquire a deeper skill set as they learn how to match these skills to different situations and have the knowledge and expertise at their disposal.
The job role(s) / occupations that this unit would be relevant to may include following parties related to / in the process industry:
- Confined Space Entrant
- Confined Space Attendant
- Rescue personnel
- Company Safety Personnel
- Technician and Operators
- Identify duties and responsibilities of a Confined Space Supervisor under the WSH Legislations and Codes of Practice
- Identify, prevent and control confined space hazards
- Carry out and comply with the requirements of the Confined Space Entry Permit System using a systematic approach
- Apply Gas Detection Instruments and other control measures when working in confined space
- Implement the safe use of personal protective equipment and respiratory protective equipment when in a confined space
- Assist in implementing an Emergency Response Plan
- Learners will be able to listen, read, speak and write English at a proficiency level equivalent to the Employability Skills System (ESS) Level 5.
- They will be able to manipulate numbers at a proficiency level equivalent to ESS Level 5
Assessment Mode / Examination
There will be written questioning and practical performance (Case Study).
Mode Of Training
Price per pax: SGD 260.00 Nett
Funding Validity Period: 19 Sep 2012 to 20 Sep 2019
For employer-sponsored training, the company pays the Training Provider the unfunded portion of the course fees i.e. full course fee less course fee funding from SSG. The training grant application submitted by the company is first routed to the Training Provider for endorsement, before being routed to SSG for approval. The Training Provider is responsible for submitting claim to SSG upon course completion. Upon approval of the claim, the course fee funding will be disbursed to the Training Provider and Absentee Payroll funding, if applicable, will be disbursed to the company.
For self-sponsored training, the individual pays the Training Provider the unfunded portion of the course fees i.e. full course fee less course fee funding from SSG. The training grant application submitted by the Training Provider is routed directly to SSG for approval. The Training Provider is responsible for submitting the claim to SSG upon course completion.
SSG Training grant is available only for Singaporean/PR, apply via SkillsConnect