Australian High Risk Training

Confined Space Entry Course (CSE)

About Confined Space Entry

If you are working in a workplace that has a restricted means of entry or exit, it is not your normal place of work, and has atmospheric contaminants or possible engulfment risk. Any of these workspaces are classified as confined spaces; therefore you will need the appropriate training before that work commences. If you are unsure about whether you have confined spaces at your workplace, speak to your workplace health and safety representative.

Prerequisites

  • You must be 18 years of age (as evidenced by photo ID - driver's licence or passport)
  • Ability to understand, read and write English

Theory

  • Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984
  • Obligations of employers
  • Obligations of employees
  • Obligations of self employed persons
  • Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1995 - division 8 Confined Spaces; 3.82 definition; 3.83 duties of designers, manufacturers and suppliers of things with Confined Spaces; 3.84 modifcation of a Confined Space; 3.85 work in a confined space to comply with standard.
  • Identify Hazards associated with confined spaces
  • Assessment criteria
  • Confined Space hazards
  • Oxygen Deficiency within Confined Spaces
  • What is oxygen deficiency?
  • The Effects of Oxygen Deficiency
  • Oxygen Excess within Confined Spaces
  • Contaminants within Confined Spaces
  • Exposure Standard
  • Hot Work
  • Considerations for Issuing a Hot Work Permit
  • Fire Prevention - Be Aware of: Control of Fumes
  • Operation of Moving Equipment within Confined Spaces
  • Types of Moving Equipment
  • The Hazards of Suffocation by Solids within a Confined Space
  • The Hazard of Electrocution within a Confined Space
  • The Hazard of Explosion or Fire within a Confined Space
  • The Hazard of Additional Factors within Confined Spaces; MODULE 5 - REQUIREMENTS FOR CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
  • Risk Assessment
  • Risk Management
  • Definitions
  • Risk Management Process
  • Determining Likelihood
  • Determining Consequences
  • Control Measures
  • Implement Control Measures
  • Monitor Controls
  • Lock out and tag out procedures
  • Confined space equipment
  • Specialized Confined Space Safety Equipment
  • What kind of environment would not support life
  • Functions of Atmospheric Testing Equipment
  • PPE
  • Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
  • Hazardous Atmospheres Associated with Confined Spaces
  • Lower Explosive Limit (LEL)
  • Safe Oxygen Level
  • Flammable Combustible Gases
  • Breathing Apparatus

Practical

  • Practical demonstration with rescue scenario
  • Written examination

Qualification

A Statement of Attainment will be issued upon the successful completion of the course indicating the nationally recognized unit of competency

Duration

1 day

Schedule

For a list of when these courses are scheduled to run, click Course Schedule.




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Australian High Risk Training
A Registered Training Organisation (Provider Number: 52214) of the
Australian Skills
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