OVERVIEW: This course covers the knowledge and skills required to enter and work in confined spaces in the Infrastructure and Resources Industries including:
- Define a confined space
- Identification Hazard and use control measure
- Use of Confined Space Entry Permit
- Risk control measure eg JSA ( Job Safety Analysis)
- Stand-by person and their responsibilities
- Correct equipment for tasks
- Hierarchy of hazard control
- Rescue Plan
- Isolation procedures
- Participants must provide identification and be 18 years of age
- Ability to use and understand basic English
- Ability to use and understand basic Maths
Face to face from our Bibra Lake location. Our classes have a maximum of 10 participants.
Refresher assessment available. Please mention this at time of booking.
On-site training and VOCs: Trainwest is able to come to your workplace to conduct this training to your employees. In addition, Verification of Competencies can be delivered on-site and at our training facility. Please contact 1300 938 411 for available dates and pricing.
CERTIFICATION: Upon successful completion, participants will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for the units of competency RIIWHS202D Enter and work in confined spaces & MSMWHS217 Gas test atmospheres
ADDITIONAL TRAINING DETAILS:
Location: All training is delivered at Trainwest Skills Training Centre; Unit 6 / 164 Barrington St, Bibra Lake.
Start Time: 8:00 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)
Finish Time: 4:00 pm
What to bring: 100 points of ID including minimum. 1 Photo ID (e.g. Driver’s Licence, Passport (current or expired no more than 2 years), WA proof of age card or other Australian Government issued ID card with photo); Existing HRW licence
Clothing: Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots.
Payments are accepted via direct debit, credit card/EFTPOS or cash
Construction Training Fund Rebate
CTF assists the building and construction industry to remain efficient and competitive by supporting the training of workers in the industry. Subsidies are available to reduce training costs making it easier for eligible businesses and employees to access the training they need when they need it.
The CTF Supplementary Skills Program provides support for eligible trainees across a range of approved Construction Skills, Occupational Health & Safety and Industry Skills courses.
Please contact https://bcitf.org/ to determine your eligibility.