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Confined Space Entry - 2 day
Face to Face
This two-day course covers not only the basic confined space entry skills, but also more advanced confined space training including gas testing, the issuing of work permits, and operating breathing apparatus. 100% face-to-face training.
|Location (Central QLD)||Start Date||Places Left|
|Gladstone||Tue, Dec 15, 2020 (7:30am)||
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Students who are deemed competent will receive a Statement of Attainment recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework. This certification is nationally recognised. The Statement is issued by Pinnacle Safety and Training (RTO 40496).
National units of competency
- RIIWHS202D - Enter and work in confined spaces
- RIIRIS201D - Conduct local risk control
- MSMWHS217 - Gas test atmospheres
- MSMPER300 - Issue work permits
- MSMWHS201 - Conduct hazard analysis
- MSMWHS216 - Operate breathing apparatus
This program meets the requirements of CTO (Competency To Operate) for Confined Space Entry at Rio Tinto Yarwun.
2 days (approximately 8 hours per day)
- $350.00 pp for public courses
- For group bookings outside our public course schedule or at your location, please submit your group booking enquiry here for an obligation free quote.
“Should I do the 1 day course or this 2 day course?”
Our Confined Space Entry 2 day course is for:
- Anyone who wants a greater depth of knowledge of working in confined spaces
- Anyone with a hands-on role in the hazard analysis and risk assessment aspects of confined space operations
- Anyone who may have to act in the role of standby person
- Anyone who wants to be able to issue work permits
- Anyone required to operate breathing apparatus in the context of confined space operations
- Anyone who may need to supervise other workers during confined space operations.
This course covers everything from our regular Confined Space Entry 1 day course, with an extra day for the content and practical activities relating to roles and responsibilities of the team, the permit issuing process, and operating breathing apparatus.
This nationally recognised training course is designed for people who work in or around confined spaces. Pinnacle have been training confined space in Gladstone for nearly 10 years, and this course is tailored to the major Gladstone site-specific training requirements focusing on the safety procedures and practical scenarios relevant to the typical confined space operations on Gladstone sites. While there is a standard set of learning outcomes for the course, we understand that the context and environment in which the learning is applied is varied. It is designed to teach participants how to:
- Identify and control confined space hazards
- Work safely within confined spaces
- Complete relevant risk assessments and permits
- Issue entry permits for confined space operations
- Operate various confined space safety equipment to allow for vertical or horizontal entries
- Understand the effects of airborne hazards on the body
- Use a gas detector and interpret readings
- Discharge the obligations of a standby person, and supervise confined space operations
- Operate breathing apparatus.
If you need to be able to undertake confined space rescue, please see our Confined Space Rescue course.
What is a confined space?
According to the Safe Work Australia Code of Practice, a “confined space” means an enclosed or partially enclosed space that:
- is not designed or intended primarily to be occupied by a person;
- is, or is designed or intended to be, at normal atmospheric pressure while any person is in the space;
- is or is likely to be a risk to health and safety from:
- an atmosphere that does not have a safe oxygen level,
- contaminants, including airborne gases, vapours and dusts, that may cause injury from fire or explosion,
- harmful concentrations of any airborne contaminants,
Examples of confined spaces include (but are not limited to):
- Storage tanks
- Tank cars
- Process vessels
- Pressure vessels
- Silos and other tank-like compartments
- Pits and degreasers
- Sewer pump stations including wet and dry wells, shafts and ducts
- Shipboard spaces entered through small hatchways or access points, cargo tanks, cellular double bottom tanks, duct keels, ballast or oil tanks and void spaces.
This course is recommended for:
- Confined space supervisors
- Regular confined space workers
- Electrical engineers
- Safety inspectors
- Safety personnel
- Injury prevention personnel
- Maintenance personnel
- Emergency services personnel (fire, ambulance, police)
- WHS officers
- Risk managers
- Mine managers
- Telecommunications and cable installation personnel
- Lift operators and installers
- Transport industry workers
- Utility industry workers.
- Identifying confined spaces
- Hazard identification processes
- Australian Standards and relevant legislation
- Roles and responsibilities of management and employees
- Risk assessments and hierarchy of hazard controls
- Issue confined space work permits
- Work site policy and procedures
- Lockout and tag out methods of isolation
- Atmospheric monitoring and gas detection
- Tripods, VED’s and fall protection equipment
- Practical entry into a confined space
- Safety and emergency procedures
- Confined space refresher training is recommended every 12-24 months under Australian Standard AS2865-2009.
- Training conducted by experienced confined space specialist
- Lunch is provided
- Two 8-hour days of training. Up to 10-12 (depending on venue) trainees per course. A typical course runs from 0730-1630.
- Knowledge on relevant legislation and Australian Standards for confined spaces
- Recommendations and advice for specialised PPE and equipment for your particular workplace
- Advice on risk control methods for the type of work to be undertaken
- Plenty of practical hands on training to ensure workers can be safe and comply with relevant standards and legislation
- This course can be conducted on-site or at or at our purpose built Gladstone training centre in Roseanna St, Clinton.
Each Trainee Must Provide
there are specific language, literacy and numeracy requirements of some of the units in this course.
In order to be deemed competent, participants must be able to:
- read and correctly interpret required documentation relevant to the confined space entry
- speak clearly and unambiguously in English
- explain, describe and verify sometimes complex needs and issues
- understand the permit requirements.
Writing is required to the level of completing workplace forms and producing any required reports.
Numeracy is required to the level of being able to correctly differentiate between high and low pressures and temperatures, voltages or masses and interpret gas test/monitoring results.
- Be at least 18 years of age
- We can supply all equipment necessary for you to undertake training.
- We actively encourage you to bring along your own equipment.
- Please contact us to discuss your equipment requirements.
For our public courses at our purpose built training facility trainees must provide:
- Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear.
- Confined Space Entry - 1 day
- Confined Space Entry - 2 day
- Confined Space Entry - Half day Refresher
- Confined Space Awareness
- Operate Breathing Apparatus
- Confined Space Rescue
- Gas Testing Training
- Risk Assessment Training
- Permit Issuer and Breathing Apparatus (Gladstone)
I found Kerryn to be an excellent trainer and presenter who was able to share her industry experience well. The fact that she regularly provides Confined Spaces services to industry reflects well.
Les D. - Melbourne, VICAlcoa Fastening Systems & Rings
Brett was very knowledgeable and his wealth of experience in the industry was obvious. I have completed many confined space courses over the years and this was by far the best in terms of delivery of the content and the equipment that was used. I will be training with Pinnacle in the future.
Ben S. - Gold Coast, QLDPublic Course Participant
Training was excellent, the level of knowledge the trainer had about the subject was great. The practical component was very well done, it gave a real insight into how what you were learning would be used in the field. The smaller class size allowed the trainer to give each individual the time they required to gain a full understanding of the course. Having spent a substantial amount of years in the Construction/Maintenance field, it was very refreshing to participate in training that wasn’t run with the aim of simply ticking a box. The trainer showed a commitment to ensuring everyone in the class would be completely able to go out into the work site & apply what they were learning with a good grasp on the responsibilities that come along with performing the task. It was a well run course & it was an enjoyable to attend.