Confined Space Training
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Zokal offer a number of Confined Space Training courses
From basic 1 day courses to Advanced Rescue Operation. We can also bring the training to your premises with our On Site Safety Training trailer.
Confined Space Training Courses
- Confined Space Initial - 1 day
- Confined Space Intermediate - 2 day
- Confined Space Advanced - 3 days
- Confined Spaces Refresher - 8 hrs
A course for those in operational roles undertaking work in confined spaces (enclosed or partially enclosed) to carry out work or inspections.
An advanced course for those in operational roles, undertaking work in confined spaces (enclosed or partially enclosed) to carry out work or inspections. Includes comprehensive training in gas detection, breathing apparatus and setting up fall arrest and rescue 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
A comprehensive refresher course for all those working in confined spaces, including those performing sentry or stand-by person roles with emergency rescue team backup.
A course for people testing the working atmosphere of a confined space to determine if it safe for the proposed work. The course covers the use of electronic test apparatus and being able to interpret readings and take actions based on the interpretation.
A course for operators who are required to wear breathing apparatus for part of their job.
A course to ensure that staff responsible for issuing permits have the required knowledge and skills to do so. This person may be responsible for site works teams and contractors working in their area of responsibility. This person may/but may not be involved in the actual work to be performed, but must have a good understanding of the work and be able to complete an appropriate risk assessment.
Australia’s Top Rated Confined Space Training
This training is for people working in Industry, Mining, Shipping, Defence, Rural and Government sectors. Basically people in any workplace that are required to enter a confined space.
A lack of confined space entry programs, result in the deaths or injuries of a large number of workers every year. Tragically, many of these deaths are people trying to rescue their workmates who have collapsed, without proper training or equipment.
Confined Space training is required by law. It saves lives and minimises the chance of litigation.
What is a confined Space?
Confined spaces are usually found in the holds of container vessels, in pressure vessels or in underground sewers or tunnels. They are also in tanks, pits, vats, pipes, containers, chimneys, ducts, flues, silos. They can also be in wet or dry wells, shafts, trenches, tunnels. Any enclosed or partially enclosed structures.
The definition of a confined space is an enclosed or partially enclosed space that is
- Not designed or intended to be occupied by humans.
- At normal atmospheric pressure—or is designed or intended to be at normal atmospheric pressure—while a person is in the space.
- Is a risk to health and safety because it contains:
- An atmosphere without a safe oxygen level.
- Contaminants like airborne gases, vapours and dust that is harmful to humans.
A Confined Space is also an enclosed or partially enclosed space space that is normally safe, but could become contaminated through work carried out in the space generating harmful concentrations of airborne contaminants.
Whenever possible, the need for people to enter a confined space should be eliminated, but repairs and maintenance often can’t be done without somebody entering the space. Entry to a confined space is when a person’s head or upper body enters the space and before this happens, you should be aware of your safety obligations.
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“Zokal Safety Services has provided our training requirements for confined space, working at heights, fire fighting, sharps and hazardous chemicals for at least fifteen years.
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“Zokal Safety Services have been a permanent service provider with Tomago Aluminium since 1983. Zokal have been on site every week for the past 33 years providing a reliable and quality service in maintaining our life support equipment…”
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