Confined space training | Height safety training | Newcastle Australia
A program for those who need to enter, work in, or inspect confined spaces. Not recommended for Safety Standby / Observers, see Confined Space Advanced for Standby Training.
In depth course for those entering/working in a confined space where there is a potential for toxic vapours/gases. Designed to teach participants how to identify confined space hazards, work safely within confined spaces to an issued permit and operate confined space equipment.
This program involves the Initial & Intermediate course plus it covers rescue in more complex confined space environments as a team member or a member of a single agency. The application of this unit in the workplace covers a range of confined space rescue situations and rescue by personnel from the organisation where confined space work is undertaken. This course is recommended for standby and safety observers. MSMWHS216 -Operate breathing apparatus & HLTAID001–Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation have an annual recertification period
Review training in previously awarded units, relating to confined space activities.
Training is suitable for those that may be required to challenge test the gas monitor and gas test an atmosphere prior to enter or work in a space.
Competence associated with the operation of breathing equipment in a potentially dangerous atmosphere.
This course ensures that staff responsible for issuing permits have the required knowledge and skills to do so.
Working at Heights
Program for those who have already completed their work at heights training and need to be refreshed.
Program for those that are required to safely work at heights or depths including heights rescue.
A unit for vertical rescue operations by rescue teams, typically performed by emergency services, emergency response teams and/or other operational teams. Tasks include performing rope rescue to extract a co-worker who is injured or suspended.
Program designed for those that require the knowledge and skills to operate first response fire fighting equipment.
Designed to provide learners with skills knowledge and experience to perform duties of an area warden.
This course is relevant for people who are required to perform the leadership role of Chief or Deputy Chief Fire Warden at your workplace.
Prerequisite: PUAWER005B – Operate as part of an Emergency Control Organisation
Those who may be required to work on towers or similar structures and covers the performance of tower rescue procedures as an emergency procedure required in the work place. This training is very physical.
Will provide the participant with the knowledge and skills to rescue, resuscitate and treat a casualty in a low voltage emergency.
Elevated Work Platform
Work Health and Safety
This course deals with the provision of advanced First Aid resuscitation techniques, life support, and management of casualty(s) until the arrival of medical or other assistance, and provision of support to other providers.
For those who require the necessary skills to provide CPR to a cardiac arrest casualty.
This program is to provide participants with training in basic life support and in the first aid processes and management of all injuries.