SCO Module 2: Permit to Work (PtW)

£180 + VAT • 1 Day •  SCO Initial Training Programme • Classroom Based (Renewals Online)

Safe Control of Operations Course for new and expired SCO cardholders.

Training course available upon request, please contact us to arrange a suitable date. Must have current SHEA Gas registration to register.

All prices stated are exclusive of VAT. A VAT receipt is available on request.

30+ Years' Experience
Qualified & Certified Trainers
Flexible Dates Available
Face to Face or Online Courses

Course Overview

The Safe Controls of Operations, or SCO Gas Training course is designed for current or future named authorising engineers or named competent persons within the gas industry. You’ll be involved in operational works on the Gas Networks and some Meter Installations. The SCO PtW scheme intends to train individuals within the gas network, to understand the gas networks’ safety procedures and duties. The SCO gas certification training can be completed with sessions run with Jason Rowley LTD online or face-to-face.

The SCO training programme has been devised for those new to SCO while also offering renewal training for those with exiting and current EUSR SCO registrations, near to expiry. All modules between the initial SCO training course and the SCO renewal training are the same but are shorter, refresher courses with assessment.

EUSR SCO initial registration and re-registration are awarded upon the completion of the SCO training and successful assessment.

Course Objectives

The main objectives of the course are as follows:

  • State the purpose of a Permit to Work and when this type of control should be used
  • Identify the purpose and the requirements of a risk assessment including those factors to be considered when undertaking a risk assessment
  • Identify, analyse and apply the key information requirements of a PtW
  • State the relevant process, roles and responsibilities for personnel involved in the planning and execution of a PtW
  • State the relevant process, roles and responsibilities for personnel involved in the management of a PtW

Course Duration

The course will typically require one working day to complete, including time for content delivery, assessment and regular breaks. The assessment is made up of multiple choice papers, a PtW audit and writing a PtW.

A maximum number of 8 participants are able to participate in one SCO training session.

Please note Module 1: SCO Core must be completed before undertaking Module 2: SCO Permit to Work (PtW).

Need Help To Choose the Right Course?

Our SCO courses are arranged on request at mutually agreeable dates and venues. Get in touch if you’d like to arrange SCO training.

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