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Confined spaces training

The confined spaces code of practice provides practical guidance on how persons can meet the requirements of the National model regulations 2012.

The confined spaces code of practice provides practical guidance on how persons can meet the requirements of the National model regulations 2012. The aim of the Regulations is to protect people against the risks entry and work in confined spaces can pose to their health and safety at work.

The code of practice applies to all employers and employees as defined under section 4 of the Act and all designers, manufacturers, importers and suppliers to workplaces of plant which may include confined spaces. It also applies to self-employed persons who are required to comply with Part 3 of the Regulations as if they were an employer

 

Duration 1 day
Requirements Clients to provide lunch and morning tea
Venue Client to provide venue

 

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Objectives

 

  • To eliminate or, where this is not practicable, minimize the need to enter confined spaces;
  • To provide for the health and safety of all persons who need to enter or work in confined spaces by preventing exposure to hazards which may otherwise be experienced when working in a confined space, and thereby prevent collapse, injury, illness or death arising from exposure to those hazards;
  • Practical guidance on how persons can meet the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety (Confined Spaces) Regulations 1996. The aim of the Regulations is to protect people against the risks entry and work in confined spaces can pose to their health and safety at work;
  • Be aware of responsibilities of employers, employees and others;
  • Be aware of hazard identification and risk assessment processes;
  • Be aware of risk control;
  • Be aware of information, instruction, supervision and training;
  • Be aware of monitoring; and
  • Be aware of record keeping

 


 

  • ICAM Incident Investigation
  • Basic hazard identification
  • Confined spaces
  • Contractor management
  • Dangerous goods
  • Murray Goulburn
  • Environmental and ISO 14001
  • Ergonomics
  • Executive briefing
  • Fire warden
  • Fatigue management
  • Hazardous substance regulations
  • Isolation for the oil and gas industry
  • Lock out and isolation
  • Manual handling
  • Plant hazard identification
  • Risk management
  • Safety committee
  • Safety map 4th edition auditing
  • Supervisor safety
  • Working at heights
  • Workplace hazard identification, risk assessment and control
  • Working from home