Advanced Confined Space Training Overview
THIS IS NOT AN ATTENDANCE COURSE. THIS IS NOT A TICK IN THE BOX COURSE. IF YOU ARE AFTER REAL TRAINING THIS IS THE COURSE FOR YOU, IF NOT GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!
This 4 day advanced confined space training is a premium course designed for those wanting to get involved in standby rescue, become a rescue technician or develop existing rescue skills as a dedicated team member of an Emergency Response Team (ERT).
We MAX the course at 8 students so we can give individual attention as needed, to enable you or your team to be confident and proficient as members of a rescue team.
If you’re serious about rescue, this is the course for you. It will be hard, intense, make you think on your feet or on your belly.
You know what they say good training isn’t cheap and cheap training isn’t good.
This advanced confined space rescue training covers all the information from our 2 Day confined space entry and standby training but will also include training for personnel who need to know how to operate breathing apparatus for work and rescue purposes including self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA). And most of all, be able to perform complex rescue in confined spaces as part of a Confined Space Rescue Team
In order to safety supervise and run a confined space project you may require our advanced training, although you may not need to enter the space yourself, you need to be aware of the risks and equipment checks that need to be in place to adequately protect people under your control.
The advanced training is designed for workers requiring training in safely working in confined space at work sites within:
- Civil construction
- Coal mining
- Extractive industries
- Metalliferous mining
- Public service
What you will learn
- Everything in our 2 day Confined Space Entry and Standby program.
- Breathing apparatus training covers the skills and knowledge required to operate and maintain breathing apparatus and equipment in an irrespirable atmosphere, as defined by the Australian Standard AS/NZS 1715:2009 Selection, use and maintenance of respiratory protective equipment, which includes SCBA.
- The names and functions of equipment, components and materials
- Safe shifting and handling of tools and materials
- The nature of rescue work.
- A wide range of rescue and environmental situations, which may include industrial, rural, bush and extreme environmental conditions.
- Supervisor and employee responsibilities for rescue.
- Team rescue (entry method).
- Rescue from outside the space.
- Self rescue (escape)
- Writing a rescue plan
- locating and applying relevant documentation, policies and procedures
- completion of entering and working in confined spaces that safely, effectively and efficiently including:
- obtain appropriate entry permit and instructions for performing work in confined space
- interpreting and applying safe work method statements
- apply tagging and lock out
- selecting, wearing and caring for personal protective equipment applicable to all tasks and environment identified
- entering the confined space
- using atmospheric monitoring devices prior to entering the confined space
- working in the confined space
- using atmospheric monitoring devices during confined space activity
- applying safe materials handling methods
- exiting the confined space
- remove tagging and lock out
- identifying areas that constitute confined spaces
- complying with site and equipment safety requirements
- complying with the entry and exit procedures, risks and regulations
- types of air contaminants and toxic gases
- identifying the limitations of breathing apparatus
- identifying equipment types, characteristics, technical capabilities and limitations
- complying with site isolation and site control responsibilities and authorities
- locations of safety data sheets (SDS) information and application
- using confined space and Industry terminology.
- covers the skills and knowledge required to issue work permits. It covers an understanding of the permit system and the limitations of each permit, and making decisions regarding the need for and correct use of each permit. This unit includes the issue of any and all permits. Permits are called ‘clearances’ by some organisations
Where can it take your career?
This training course is designed for those that may be required to do roles undertaking work in confined spaces. This is suitable for individuals who are looking:
- To Enter and work in confined spaces (confined space worker)
- To Observe Permit Work (Safety Standby for confined spaces)
- To Gas Test Atmospheres (as part of the confined space permit process)
- To Issue Permits (as part of the confined space permit process)
- To be part of a Confined Space Rescue Team or expand your skills as part of a larger Emergency Response Team or Rescue Technician.
- To gain employment in the resources and infrastructure industry
- To formalise their qualifications to meet workplace and legislative requirements
- To upgrade or refresh their skills to advance their careers
- To use this unit of competency to complete a qualification
What are the Physical/Personal Requirements?
- Physically, medically and mentally fit.
- Able to lift and drag an 80kg dead weight approx 20 meters, conduct 5 heaves/pull ups, 30 push ups and able to operate at heights. Not be more than 120kg. Not have any medical conditions or phobias that may endanger yourself or other students including fear of heights or physical injury.
- Clean shaven on the days of training (breathing apparatus requirement)
What are the Entry Requirements?
There are no prerequisites, however before making a booking students must:
- Be 18 years or older (unless prior arrangements have been made).
- Be able to clearly communicate (speak), read and write in English to a high standard.
- Have proficient computer skills with internet access. Preferably access to a Laptop/Desktop with a good WiFi connection to download the pre-course Learner Guide/s.
What are the Assessment Requirements?
During the course students must complete both theory and practical assessments under the following conditions in order to be deemed competent:
- Theory Assessment/s- Individual theory assessment (written and/or verbal) , which the student must get 100% in allotted time and attempts.
- Practical Assessment/s- Individual practical assessment based on scenarios given by the assessor in which the student must complete in order to prove their understanding of the subject and overall competency.
- Have a good attitude towards their training and overall safety.
NOTE: If a student is not successful in achieving a competent result for whatever reason, a re-booking or re-assessment fee will be applied depending on their short comings of their assessment/s.
Due to the course being a very involved course we do require a minimum of 2 students to run this course for public or company bookings. If you have booked onto a public course and you’re the only student, we will contact you to discuss options.
4 days approx 8 hours per day face to face (with pre-course reading and study)
Note: Due to complexity of the program some homework may need to conducted.
$1200 per person
Courses are run at our St Peters NSW facility.
Address: Unit 14/2 Burrows Road South, St Peters, NSW 2044
Start time 7:15am (everyday)
All day street parking available. But limited so try to arrive 15-20 mins early as street parking fills up quick in the area.
Easy access via public transport, bus and train.
- RIIWHS202E Enter and Work in Confined Spaces
- MSMPER200 Work in Accordance with an Issued permit
- MSMPER217 Gas Test Atmospheres
- MSMPER202 Observe Permit Work
- MSMWHS201 Conduct Hazard Analysis
- MSMPER300 Issue Work Permits
- MSMWHS216 Operate Breathing Apparatus
- PUASAR025 Undertake Confined Space Rescue
Verified through training.gov.au
All courses are delivered in English