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Working in Confined Spaces

Get Nationally Recognised Training in confined space from Australia's largest safety company.

Fire and Safety Australia delivers a variety of confined space training to all industries across Australia. So if you need training in Enter and Work in Confined Spaces, Enter Confined Space or  Undertake Confined Space Rescue, Fire and Safety Australia has a solution for you. We also offer training in associated courses such as Gas Test Atmospheres, Operate Breathing Apparatus and Work Permits.

Courses run every week across Australia; use our Course Finder to book now.

Enter Confined Space - 2 Days

This course applies to persons who are required to enter confined spaces for maintenance purposes, for cleaning, inspection or other reasons. It is required by all persons who are required to enter a confined space. Participants will learn to complete hazard identifications, risk assessments and work permits for confined space operations and how to operate various confined space safety equipment. Practical entries into confined spaces will be made and practical rescue scenarios will also be covered. As defined by the Australian Standard 2865-2009 reassessment is required ‘at appropriate intervals’. The industry regards reassessment on a two to three year cycle as good practice.

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Enter Confined Space - Basic

This training course is designed for people already employed who may be required to work in or around confined spaces, but not to act as a standby person, issue work permits, perform confined space rescue nor undertake gas testing.

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Enter Confined Space Refresher

This course is designed for students who are required to be re-assessed in entering a confined space, for maintenance purposes, for cleaning, inspection or other reasons. It is required by all students who are required to enter a confined space, as defined by the standard AS2865 requires reassessment 'at appropriate intervals'. The industry regards reassessment on a two to three year cycle as good practice.

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