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Confined Space Rescue (PUASAR022A)

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COURSE OVERVIEW  

This unit covers the competency to participate in Confined Space Rescue operations as a member of a rescue team.

This course has been designed specifically for those persons who may be required to rescue a worker from an enclosed space.

This course does not cover the competency required for technical Confined Space Rescue.

LEARNING OUTCOMES  
  • Identify and monitor hazards associated with Confined Spaces
  • Identify and use pre-rigged rescue equipment
  • Wear PPE in accordance with organisational requirements
  • Capabilities and limitation of rescue equipment
  • Casualty handling techniques
  • Manual handling techniques
  • Organisational policies and procedures
  • Personal hygiene
  • Procedures for reporting injuries and accidents
  • Relevant legislative and regulatory requirements
  • Ropes and knots
  • Safety Precautions
VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES  

Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to consider the following job roles:

  • Work in specialised areas where confined space entry may be undertaken

This unit is appropriate for those working in a operational role at worksites within:

  • Civil Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • General Trades
  • Mining
  • Oil and Gas Industries
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS  

Participants must have completed a Nationally Accredited Confined Space Entry course and either PUAEME001B - Provide emergency care or HLTFA211A - Provide basic emergency life support. A Current Senior First Aid Certificate is sufficient. Evidence is required prior to course.

All participants are required to be Medically Fit & Clean Shaven and to bring Safety Boots, Hard Hat, Overalls and gloves.
(Note: Participants are required to be clean shaven to enable a positive seal whilst wearing SCBA equipment as per AS/NZS 1715) Correct fit of a mask requires contact with smooth skin - this makes masks unsuitable for persons with beards or moustaches. Even a one day growth of a beard has been shown to allow nearly one per cent penetration of a full face-piece.

DELIVERY AND DURATION  

Duration - One (1) Day

Time - 8.30am to 4.30pm

Confined Space Rescue is open to the public can be delivered on your site or ours. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning/afternoon tea and lunch is provided when delivered at TTA. Please advise office of any dietary requirements

RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS  

RPL is not offered. Learners who complete this UOC may be eligible for entry into further study such as: PUA20613 Certificate II in Public Safety.

LEARNER SUPPORT  
If you require special assistance, including language literacy and numeracy please notify our office and support services can be arranged. Our student handbook is available from our office and this website.