Confined Space Entry
This course provides practical guidance on meeting the requirements of Part 3.4 – Confined Spaces – of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007.
The course covers the identification of hazards and control of risks associated with confined spaces in workplaces. Confined spaces present a unique occupational health and safety problem because their hazards may not be readily apparent. Confined spaces usually have poor ventilation and may be of small volume, so hazardous atmospheres can accumulate quickly.
Employees from many different occupations and industries may enter confined spaces to perform tasks unaware that they are entering a potentially hazardous work environment. Many hazards, such as toxic gases and vapours, can also be made worse in confined spaces.
|Area of study||Carpentry|
|Duration||4 days, Saturdays 8.00am – 12.00pm|
$400.20 (Swinburne current student discount: $250.00)
Starts 5/05 - Ends 26/05.
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