Realistic confined space training
23 January 2013
Confined space working is taken very seriously by the British Airports Authority. In addition to those who are required to work in service subways, manholes and drains, the engineers and managers who issue the permits a
Craig Sear, at London's Heathrow, explains, "We believe that our senior maintenance managers and airport duty engineers should be trained to the same level as the people to whom they issue confined space working permits. This ensures that they not only understand the environment but they also understand the hazards and the complications that can arise."