Permit to Work

A Permit to Work system (PTW) is a recorded formal system of looking to adequately controlling the risks from hazardous activities. Permits to Work have traditionally been used to minimise the risks so far as reasonably practicable for hazardous undertakings such as Hot Works, Confined Spaces, Asbestos Removal, Working at Heights etc.

This safety training course will provide the delegates with the information and practical knowledge they need to ensure that any hazardous undertakings they carry out are adequately assessed and controlled.

Who should attend?

Any person who has the responsibility in the workplace for the issue, use or management of a ‘Permit to Work’ system.

Course outline

  • An outline of the requirements of a ‘suitable and sufficient’ risk assessment
  • The definition of a Permit to Work System (PTW) and in which circumstances they may be required
  • The Operation and Application of a PTW
  • The PTW Document
  • Provide examples of types of PTW for specialised high-risk activities e.g. Hot Works, Confined Spaces, Work on Electrical Systems etc

Course Progression

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