Our nationally accredited RIIWHS202D Confined Space Entry course is designed to teach participants how to identify confined space hazards and work safely in confined spaces. This training course is designed for people who work in or around confined spaces or supervise those who may be required to issue confined space entry permits.
Participants will learn to complete hazard identifications, risk assessments and entry permits for Confined Space Operations. They will also learn to operate various confined space safety equipment.
- Identifying Confined Spaces
- Hazard Identification
- Australian Standards & Relevant Legislation
- Roles & Responsibilities of Management & Employees
- Risk Assessments & Hierarchy of Hazard Controls
- Confined Space Work Permits
- Lockout & Tag Out Methods of Isolation
- Atmospheric Monitoring and Gas Detection
- Tripods & Fall Protective Equipment
- Practical Entry into a Confined Space
- Safety & Emergency Procedures
Who should attend?
This training course is designed for people who work in or around confined spaces.
What qualifications does this offer?
After successful completion of this one-day course, it is intended that people working in or near a confined space such as a storage tank, silo, sewer, sullage pit or similar structure are operating within a safe environment, ensuring the person understands the safety procedures and their responsibilities when working within a confined space environment. You will be issued with a statement of attainment for RIIWHS202D Confined Space Entry.
Please ensure that you read the Civil Train Cancellation and Refund Policy and check the Terms and Conditions before enrolling in this course with Civil Train. If you have any questions about our Cancellation Policy, please contact CCF VIC on (03) 9588 7600.
On-site Group Training Available
Are you an employer with a large group of employees that need training? Civil Train can arrange training for you at your site, ensuring you meet the delivery requirements for the program.