Confined Space Training and Supervise work in confined spaces
The Confined Space Certificate (RIIWHS202D – Enter and Work in Confined Spaces) fulfills the mandatory training requirement under Workplace Health and Safety Legislation for persons intending to enter and work in confined spaces.
Note: Re-training or refresher training should be provided as appropriate for a particular workplace. The frequency of this training should depend on how often workers are required to carry out tasks associated with entry to or work in confined spaces. The common industry standard is to refresh every 2 years.
You can complete your Confined Space Course with ProTrain. Once you have successfully completed the course we will issue you a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.
Topics covered include:
- Applicable legislations and company confined space procedures
- Definitions and types of confined spaces
- Hazard identification and risk management procedures
- Hazardous atmospheres including gas monitoring techniques
- Isolation, purging, ventilation; permits and authority
- Roles and responsibilities of team including standby
- Rescue equipment and procedures
SUPERVISE WORK IN CONFINED SPACES (RIIWHS401D)
This course is aimed at those who are required to supervise work in confined spaces. The course covers hazard identification and risk assessment and implementation of confined space emergency and rescue systems.
Topics covered include
- Prepare for the task and develop safe operating procedures
- Prepare required permits
- Provide information, instruction, training and supervision
- Carry out hazard identification and risk assessment and implement effective control measures
- Determine confined space requirements
- Test and maintain processes and controls
- Select appropriate emergency rescue equipment and liaise with external emergency services agencies
- Withdraw from the confined space and facilitate return to service activities
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