- Price: $495.00
Enter Confined Space will develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes of personal safety to enhance the safety of personnel involved in any industry working in confined Spaces. Specifically to provide new and existing workers with the opportunity to develop the knowledge and skills required to plan, conduct, exit and recover individuals working within a confined space environment.
Please note that students do not need to hold a First Aid certificate to complete this course.
The following identifies the elements of the course and the required performance criteria a student must complete to achieve a Statement of Attainment in the unit PMAPER205B Enter Confined Space, in partial completion of the Certificate II in Process Plant Operations.
|Assess confined space for entry||Confirm and verify the purpose of the required entry
Identify and assess hazards within/around the confined space.
Ensure a risk assessment associated with entry of the confined space is conducted and documented.
Identify and document relevant controls.
Make confined space ready for entry in compliance with procedures, relevant legislation and AS2865.
Confirm and verify that the conditions of the permit reflect the risk assessment.
|Use safety equipmentand clothing||Select and erect required protective equipment, apparatus and signs as defined in the confined space entry permit requirements
Select, fit and wear designated personal protective clothing and equipment, including lifelines and harnesses as defined in the confined space entry permit requirements.
Select, test and use appropriate instruments and monitors for pre entry testing and continuous monitoring of the confined space atmosphere.
|Control confined space entry||Ensure designated work complies with confined space permit requirements
Arrange re authorization/reissue of permit where there is any change to work undertaken.
Complete confined space entry logs, ensuring that all entry and re entry of persons working within the confined space are accurately recorded.
Maintain communications with all relevant personnel to ensure safety.
Raise the alarm if a rescue needs to be attempted.
|Conclude confined space operations||Recover, clean, service and store equipment according to procedures and manufacturers guidelines
Complete appropriate documentation including withdrawal of permits and records related to use and servicing of equipment.
Report any issues including signs and symptoms of operational stress, equipment malfunctions.
8.00am - 8.15am Opening Address
8.15am - 8.45am Health and Safety in Employment Act and Regulations
8.45am - 9.15am Codes of Practice and Standards and Guides for working in Confined Spaces
9.15am - 9.30am Designs, manufacture, supply and modifications of confined spaces
9.30am - 10.00am Definitions and Explanations
10.00am - 10.20am Morning Tea
10.20am - 12.00pm Confined Space Hazards
12.00pm - 12.30pm Lunch
12.30pm - 1.30pm Safety of the Atmosphere
1.30pm - 2.00pm Communication in a Confined Space
2.00pm - 3.00pm Risk Assessments
3.00pm - 3.20pm Afternoon tea
3.20pm – 3.35pm Stand by person/Safety Observer Responsibilities
3.35pm – 3.50pm Rescue Responsibilities
3.50pm - 5.00pm PPE and other equipment
8.00am - 8.30am Assess Confined Space Entry / Entry Permits
8.30am - 9.00am Tie Knots
9.00am - 12.00am Conduct Confined Space Entry
12.00pm - 12.30pm Lunch
12.30pm – 2.00pm Conduct Confined Space Rescue
2.00pm - 3.00pm Conclude Confined Space Operations
3.00pm - 3.30pm Reassessing if required
3.30pm - 4.30pm Employ Fall Arrest systems to Static lines
4.30pm - 5.00pm Re-service kit
1. Trainees will be assessed on each task of the course and will be required to reach
a competent level to gain a Statement of Attainment in Confined Space Entry.
2. Trainees who are not competent in any of the assessments will be:
a. Informed of the reason (s) for their non competency,
b. Given additional instruction in aspects where they have displayed a weakness, and
c. Reassessed in a similar but not identical assessment.