EUSR SHEA Gas Training

Other Training Courses – EUSR SHEA Gas Passport Training

SHEA Gas Passport TrainingThe EUSR SHEA Gas Passport Training course is a basic safety training course designed for those who work in the utility sector. The course is designed to ensure that workers are working to a good standard of health and safety that is in line with HSE guidelines.

Course length:
One day

Who is it for:
Supervisors, Managers and Operatives who work with gas and need the EUSR card to get on site for their occupation.

Course Objectives

The course is intended to supply evidence that the delegate has the relevant amount of knowledge and awareness to obtain the EUSR Gas Passport.

Course Content

The SHEA Gas Passport Training will cover the below modules:

  1. Your Responsibilities
  2. Risk Assessments
  3. Workplace Procedures
  4. Pressure Regulating Installations
  5. Safety in Premises
  6. Physical Hazards (part 1)
  7. Working in the Highway
  8. Physical Hazards (part 2)
  9. Excavations
  10. Hazards to Health (part 1)
  11. Hazards to Health (part 2)
  12. The Environment

 

Further Development

The SHEA Gas Passport must be renewed 5 years after the date of completion. The card will allow gas industry workers to have access to construction sites in order to conduct their work.

Course Locations

Delegates can attend the SHEA Gas Passport Training as an in-house course at any of our venues nationwide:

ChelmsfordDerbyDurhamHullLeedsLiverpoolManchesterSheffield, WatfordWhiteley and Wigan.

Contact Us Today

If you have any questions about the course, feel free to contact one of our Training Advisors here or email us via training@3btraining.com. If you would like to view our full catalogue of courses, take a look at our book a course page here.

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Location: Liverpool
Date: 15 Dec 2017
£150.00 + VAT
£135.00 + VAT
Location: Watford
Date: 18 Dec 2017
£150.00 + VAT
£135.00 + VAT
Location: Chelmsford
Date: 20 Dec 2017
£150.00 + VAT
£135.00 + VAT
Location: Chelmsford
Date: 12 Jan 2018
£150.00 + VAT