Mobile confined spaces training vehicle unveiled

Provider of compliance, technical, and safety training, Develop Training has unveiled its new mobile confined spaces unit, a vehicle capable of travelling around the country to provide what the company describes as ‘industry-leading confined spaces training’.

Capable of delivering seven of the company’s CABWI and City and Guilds-accredited confined spaces courses, the new unit ‘completely transforms’ from a functioning vehicle to a bespoke training environment in just 15 minutes. Made up of over 35 metres of tunnels stretching two levels of simulated passages, the unit includes full CCTV and audio facilities, an extended roof-space with handrail, and smoke machines. These features allow Develop Training to deliver immersive training that it says better replicates the confined spaces that practicing technicians may face.

Develop Training said: “The launch of the unit, which takes up only four car parking spaces wherever it is parked, means that training can be delivered almost anywhere. Its launch follows an expressed demand from employers looking for confined spaces courses for their workforce.”

Kate Denial, Operational Training manager at Develop Training, said: “We’re proud to make a significant step in the continued growth of our confined spaces training division, as we offer our portable training solution to employers around the country. The mobile confined spaces unit is a key signifier of our ongoing commitment to providing an industry-leading standard of training that also adapts to the speciality requirements of our clients”



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