Working in confined spaces is recognised as high risk to the entrants, due to the potential for harmful levels of contaminants, unsafe oxygen levels or engulfment in and around the confined space. People who work in confined spaces need training to understand the potential risks and methods of controlling the risk to an acceptable level.
The unit of competency RIIWHS202D (Enter and Work in Confined Spaces) will provide your staff with the skills and knowledge regarding:
- Define a confined space
- Identification of hazards and implementation of 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
- Isolation procedures
- Rescue Plan
Training and assessment for this course runs over one full day and is delivered in both classroom theory and practical demonstration to ensure your staff are entirely confident with their abilities to work safely in confined spaces. There is also the option for weekend training courses for those who work during the week and on-site training options are also available.
On successful completion of this course students will be issued with a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS202D Enter and Work in Confined Spaces.
For nationally recognised training delivered conveniently, affordably and professionally, contact Geographe Safety Compliance Services (GSCS) on 0409 113 642.
For your confined space training delivered conveniently, at you location, contact Geographe Safety Compliance Services (GSCS) on 0409 113 642.