To build on the basic health and safety information of the Core Day programme by concentrating on risks specifically found with working on a Petrol Filling Station. To allow delegates to recognise hazards, utilise control measures and safe working practices and maintain a safe working environment.
Who should attend:
People who are looking for a general overview of health and safety and its impact on the workplace.
On completion of the course delegates will: - Demonstrate their understanding of the subjects by successfully completing each module assessment paper - Appreciate how they personally can influence good standards within health safety & environment - Understand the value of risk assessment and have the knowledge to recognise when changes to a generic assessment is required - Understand the common hazards associated with working in this sector.
MODULE 1 – Hazards on a Petrol Filling Station - Types of hazards - Fuel hazards - Fuel properties - DSEAR - Restricted areas on a petrol forecourt - Hazardous areas - Zone classification - Delivery hazards - Vapour recovery - Customer hazards - Other hazards - Contractor hazards.
MODULE 2 – Controlling Work on a Forecourt - Communication - Documentation - Safety method statements - Clearance certificates - Permits to work - Task classification. Pre-Requisites:
Delegates must have attended the SPA Core day, or an equivalent nationally recognised course (such as: IOSH Working Safely/Managing Safely, CCNSG, NEBOSH Certificate/Diploma – contact us for more information on this), prior to sitting this course and have 3 months or more remaining on the qualification. Assessment:
A short, multiple choice examination on the day.
Successful delegates receive a nationally-recognised SPA Core Competency Card, which expires after 3 years.