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Course Core Codes: RIIWHS202E + MSMWHS217 (CSQ Funding available for eligible companies and candidates)
Investment: $400 for the six (6) Nationally Accredited Units, details below.
Duration: 1 Day Course
The Australian Well Control Centre Enter and Work in Confined Spaces Program has been specifically designed for individuals that work across multiple of industries. Confined spaces are everywhere, and it is critical that workers know how to test atmospheres and work effectively in confined spaces. Confined spaces are Hazardous and need to be treated with the highest level of safety awareness.
AWCC in order to generate greater value for our clients have clustered several common industry units of competency into our program. Successful participants of our Enter and Work in Confined Spaces course will also receive the following bonus certificates at no additional cost.
The Enter and Work in Confined Spaces is run weekly, every Tuesday (8am) in conjunction with our Gas Test Atmospheres Program (GTA) MSMWHS217. For an additional $150 AUD, AWCC recommend combining your Ener and Work in Confined Spaces course with the GTA program to reduce the need for return training on separate days. Having these programs offered sequentially reduces the amount of operational down time for training. Getting both core units completed on the one day along with receiving the extra bonus units above presents great value and is an exclusive product offering brought to you by the Australian Well Control Centre.
Industry best practice under WHS guidelines suggests that testing an atmosphere before entering the confined space to work is critical to maintaining safety standards and most importantly the safety of site personnel.
Aubrey Paper Mill Gas Leak (Hydrogen Sulphide) NSW
Farther and Sons killed in Broken Hill Cellar (Carbon Monoxide) NWS
Three Found Dead in Rainwater Tank (Carbon Monoxide) NSW
Truck Carrying Fertiliser Explosion near Charleville (Ammonium Nitrate) QLD
The events above will be discussed in more detail in the AWCC Enter and Work in Confined Spaces program. All workers should be aware that toxic gasses are the silent killers and when tasked to work within these environments, they can be deadly. The Team at AWCC know this all to well with our instructors having a wide range of industry experiences and knowledge that they enthusiastically pass onto students. Knowledge saves lives and having a clear plan regarding how to work and on occasion survive these potentially dangerous situations is the AWCC point of difference.
On successful completion of this course you will be issued a statement of attainment for the below units of competency:
The modes of delivery for this program will be Face to Face, classroom based supported by a number of practical activities utilising AWCC’s Smoke House and Confined Space Facilities, these activities are designed to satisfy the Practical Element and Assessment of the course.
As mentioned above this program is not specific to one industry and those of you working in construction may be eligible for CSQ Funding to get you started. The course has Training and Assessment Strategies that make the program relevant to a participant’s work life experience, work history and practical experience.