Breathing apparatus training
For workers and standby operators
This unit of competency covers the skills and knowledge to check, operate and maintain breathing apparatus. This unit of competency is for workers that may require the use of breathing apparatus due to working in potential hazardous atmospheres, such as confined spaces. Operators may also require the use of breathing apparatus in an emergency situation if they are members of the confined space rescue team. For additional training, please see our confined space standby/rescue course.
There is no prerequisite for this course.
Successful completion of this training will be awarded the statement of attainment for:
MSMWHS216 – Operate breathing apparatus
Course consists of both theory and practical, including theory and practical assessments.
Duration: 7 hrs. (1 day)
Student terms and conditions: Student Handbook
Prices: Onsite training at your workplace or come train at our specialised training centre in Prestons NSW (see map)
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Please note: All students must be able to communicate in English and able to complete all documents, including theory assessments. If assistance is required, please contact us prior to commencement of training day to discuss options. Failure to do this, may result in a student not being able to complete the training and a refund will not be issued.
Do I require training to carry out works in a confined space?
The simple answer is YES! Here at Platinum Safety and Training, we make it easy when it comes to deciding what training you need to carry out work in a confined space. We have a range of confined space training courses to suit everyone.
Day 1 – If you are someone who will be entering and working in the confined space, you will need the basic training course to understand the hazards and risks, work in accordance with legislation, understand permit systems and act as the Mandatory Standby/spotter for confined space workers.
Day 1 + Gas tester – Confined spaces have many hazards, however unsafe atmospheres are one of the most dangerous hazards you may face when working in confined spaces. This training program is an extension of the confined space entry course with a comprehensive understanding on how to check and use gas detectors correctly, to ensure the atmosphere remains safe at all times during confined space works. For many organisations, this training is the minimum required to work in confined spaces and is our most popular training course. Click for more information
Day 2 – All confined space works must have a minimum amount of control measures to keep workers safe. A person in direct control is required to ensure this happens and they are known as the “permit issuer”. The will have the competencies to carry out risk assessment, understand atmospheric monitoring and issue all work permits including the mandatory “Confined space entry permit”. This training course is for anyone who will be supervising and controlling confined space works. Click for more information
Day 3 – The complete confined space training package. You will be able to enter and work, conduct and understand atmospheric testing and monitoring, risk assessments, issue all work permits and also be a competent member of the standby rescue team, which is a mandatory requirement for every confined space entry. Click for more information
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