A confined space is any area that is not intended for human occupancy, has limited access or has the potential to contain a toxic or oxygen deficient atmosphere. Training is necessary for supervisors, stand-by-people, workers entering confined spaces and rescue personnel. When entering a confined space you must be able to operate an atmospheric testing device to determine whether a suitable atmosphere exists to work safely.
- Hazards of confined spaces
- Selection, use, fit and maintenance of safety equipment
- Assessment procedures
- Control measures
- Emergency procedures
17599: Plan a confined space entry
18426: Demonstrate knowledge of hazards associated with confined space
25510: Operate an atmospheric testing device to determine a suitable atmosphere exists to work safely
Confined Spaces 2 Day Course
This full course option includes training is necessary for supervisors, a stand-by-person, personnel and contractors entering confined spaces as well as rescue personnel. Industries include chemical manufacture, underground services, energy industry, ship building & repair, construction, telecommunications and energy industries.
Confined Spaces Refresher
This is a refresher course for safely entering, working in and exiting a confined space. It is for trainees who have previously completed the Confined Spaces Training – please see pre-requisites to check you are eligible to attend this course.
Roadtrain recommends that a refresher is completed every two years.
Attendees on the refresher course must demonstrate that full NZQA training or refresher training has been completed within the last two years
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