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2018 Dates

January

29, 30, 31

February

19, 20, 21

March

12, 13, 14

April

9, 10, 11

May

7, 8, 9

June

4, 5, 6

July

2, 3, 4

July /August

30, 31, 1

August

27, 28, 29

September

24, 25, 26

October

22, 23, 24

November

19, 20, 21

December

10, 11, 12

 

Enter and Work in Confined Spaces Including CPR (RIIWHS202D and HLTAID001)

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COURSE OVERVIEW  

This covers all aspects of entering and working in confined spaces. Learners will be instructed in the safe entry, work and exit of confined space having regard to the legislative and operational requirements.

This course is suitable for persons entering, persons on stand-by and persons issuing permits. This course includes the use of gas detection equipment, Self Contained Breathing Aparatus (SCBA), Harnesses, Ascent/Descent equipment etc. Confined Space Entry includes Provide CPR (HLTAID001).

LEARNING OUTCOMES  
  • Apply legislative, organisation and site requirements and procedures
  • Apply operational, maintenance and basic diagnostic procedures
  • Apply materials handling methods
  • Use atmospheric monitoring devices
  • Interpret Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS)
  • Site and equipment safety requirements
  • Confined space entry and exit procedures, risks and regulations
  • Air contaminants and toxic gases
  • Breathing apparatus limitations
  • Equipment types, characteristics, technical capabilities and limitations
  • Site isolation and site control responsibilities and authorities
  • Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
  • Project quality requirements
  • Industry terminology
  • State and territory interpretations of a confined space
VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES  
  • This unit is appropriate for those working in:

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

    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 - Three (3) Days

    Time - 8.30am to 4.30pm

    Confined Space Entry is conducted once a month at the Academy and 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 with a BBQ lunch on the third day. Please advise office of any dietary requirements.

    RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS  

    RPL is not offered. This UOC is from the RII Resources, Idustry and Infrastructure Training Package. For further information refer to www.skillsdmc.com.au