TRAINING FOR WORKING IN CONFINED SPACES
CONFINED SPACE TRAINING BRISBANE
Confined spaces are a high-risk work environment. Our training is designed to equip our clients with the necessary skills for working in confined spaces safely. The course aims at outlining the potential dangers and provides pragmatic insight into the measures you can take to avoid them.
By law, a worker who is required to enter into a confined space to complete a task must possess a confined space entry permit. At FMS Training, we work to ensure that our clients walk away from our services with the confidence and peace of mind of knowing they have the necessary knowledge and experience to work safely in confined spaces. Examples of situations where you may be required to work in a confined space include pressure vessels, sewers, storage tanks, boilers or on general construction sites.
A statement of attainment for the unit RIIWHS202E serves as formal documentation of your ability to handle a situation where you’ll be required to work in a confined space. There is a range of professions that may require our program; however, it should be noted that there are no prerequisites for students who need our confined space training in Brisbane. Some of these roles include engineers, site inspectors, civil construction workers, risk managers, electricians, transport personnel, miners and more.
In any case, when you get in contact with our team at FMS Training, we’ll be able to guide you through your available options to ensure you’re attaining the appropriate training and certifications for your work.
Confined Space Training aims to give participants the necessary skills and knowledge to safely and competently enter and work in confined spaces.
Upon completion, you will be awarded a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for the unit RIIWHS202E. This Nationally Recognised Confined Spaces Course covers theoretical and practical hazards and includes:
- 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
- Industry case studies
The trainee must:
- be over the age of 18
- • be able to read and write English
- be able to read and correctly interpret required documentation relevant to the confined space entry course
- be able to speak clearly and unambiguously in English
- be able to explain, describe and verify sometimes complex needs and issues
CONFINED SPACE REFRESHER TRAINING
1/42 Paisley Dr, Lawnton QLD 4501
$239 per person
$239 per person
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