Enter & Work in a Confined Space
Common Name: Confined Spaces
Confined Space Training aims to give participants the necessary skills and knowledge to safely and competently enter and work in confined spaces. Training and assessment is compliant with AS2865 including but not limited to:
• Applicable legislation and company confined space procedures
• Definitions and types of confined spaces
• Hazard identification and risk management procedures
• Hazardous atmospheres including gas monitoring techniques
• Isolation, purging, ventilation; permits and authority
• Roles and responsibilities of team including standby
• Rescue equipment and procedures
• Industry case studies
Units of Competency
• RIIWHS202D – Enter and Work in Confined Spaces
There are no prerequisites however, participants will need to have sound literacy/numeracy skills. No other requirements are needed to qualify for the Enter and Work in Confined Spaces Course.
Training and assessment is conducted at the South Pacific Employment Institute facility Portion 474, Idubada Road, Idubada, Port Moresby. Upon arrangement, training and courses can be conducted onsite at the premises of industry clients.
Confined Spaces training is delivered to an Australian standard, and participants will receive a statement of Enter and Work in Confined Spaces (RIIWHS202D) with recognition of completion of Australian Units of Competencies.
Duration: 1 Day
Confined Space Training is designed for persons who are on work sites where there are confined work spaces. This course does not have direct work outcomes.
Confined Space Training is appropriate for those working in or wishing to work in confined spaces (enclosed or partially enclosed) for the purpose of carrying out work or inspections and also is appropriate for those performing sentry or stand-by person roles, at work sites within:
• Civil Construction
• Coal Mining;
• Extractive Industries
• Metalliferous mining
• General Construction