Traditionally, safety training for frontline engineering personnel is conducted in a classroom environment. The new, first-of-its-kind workshop provides the space and facilities for the hands-on practice of critical safety skills and procedures. Frontline workers were engaged in developing this industry-first workshop.
Equipped with a variety of safety training equipment, the workshop can use lighting and environmental effects to replicate actual site conditions such as confined spaces. The workshop is held in a mobile truck, allowing the flexibility of conducting the training at or close to the work site. Workers, such as those working in confined spaces or at height, can refresh their safety procedures and practices before carrying out the actual work.
More than 1,000 CLP Power engineering employees are qualified to work in confined spaces or work at height. While they are equipped with relevant professional training before they commence work, the new Mobile Safety Training Workshop enables regular state-of-the-art safety refresher training. The workshop initiative further raises CLP’s high standards for safe workplace practices.
Demonstrating confined space rescue procedures using the Mobile Safety Training Workshop.
The Mobile Safety Training Workshop allows demonstration of confined space safety procedures in a controlled environment.