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How well prepared are you for your next confined space project? Remember, these areas are considered high risk and there is a number of major hazards to be aware of and mandatory control measure that must be implemented each time we set up and work in confined spaces.

Some of the major hazards when working in confined spaces are: Unsafe oxygen levels, fires/explosives atmospheres, contaminants, engulfment, heights, biological, entrapment, crushing, lighting, manual handling….. the list goes on!

The mandatory control measures that MUST be implemented before and during confined space works.

Risk assessments (SWMS), Rescue planning, permits, gas testing, isolations, signage, standby operations, communications, training requirements.

To make your project easy, let Platinum Safety take care of all control measures by providing all of our expertise, experience, and equipment, allowing you to focus on the task and ensure the highest level of safety for your workers.

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To understand more and begin the process to become a competent confined space worker, contact Platinum Safety and Training to organise your confined space training now.

Public courses in RIIWHS202D: Enter and work in confined spaces (Confined space worker) are conducted weekly at our safety training facility located at 2/6 Weld Street Prestons NSW 2170

PH: 0403 238 411 or email: info@platinumsafety.com.au