Course Code: CS Course Number: CS01 Duration: 1 or 2 Days Maximum Students: 12 Students (Bookings Essential) Price: $525 (Gold Coast/Brisbane Only) · In-house training available Pre-payment and bookings for this course are essential Contact OHSA 1300 647 200 · email@example.com
Working in confined spaces is a high-risk activity and has been responsible for many work-related deaths. Legislation requires that all persons with work activities related to confined space/s must undertake appropriate training and be assessed as competent, to perform those activities in accordance with AS28652009 Safe Working in a Confined Space
The course is relevant to supervisors and others responsible for confined space work as well as those who work in confined spaces or assist those who work in confined spaces, gas test atmospheres or operate breathing apparatus.
Course Content and Outcomes
Candidates will be trained in the following area and on successful completion will be able to competently:
- Work in accordance with an issued permit;
- Enter confined space;
- Gas Test Atmospheres;
- Operate breathing apparatus.
Participants must provide photographic identification and wear closed shoes and long sleeved work trousers and shirts.
Course Dates and Locations
- MSAPMPER200C Work In Accordance With An Issued Permit;
- MSAPMPER205C Enter Confined Space;
- MSAPMOHS217A Gas Test Atmospheres;
- MSAPMOHS216A Operate breathing apparatus.
Assessments & Awards
Participants who demonstrate competency by passing both the theory and practical assessments will receive a Statement of Attainment for each of the above units as partial completion of PMA20108 Certificate II in Process Plant Operations.
Participants should have sufficient literacy and numeracy to read and comprehend instructions for safety at the workplace
Participants will need sufficient physical ability to attend up to a three-day classroom and practical scenario based course, which may involve crawling and climbing up, on, under and through structures, lifting and carrying breathing apparatus/ cylinders, donning harnesses, dragging, lifting or carrying people in confined and restricted environments in low light or smoke filled areas.
About our training
For further information about our training, including OHSA Occupational Health Services training policies and legislative requirements, please visit the Student Handbook page.