RIIWHS202D Entry And Operation In Confined Spaces

This process allows you to get into tight spaces and get things done. This training is necessary for anyone who works as a waiter or needs to operate a gas detector.

The confined space training online courses can be applied to real-world scenarios involving the limited space operation of a business. There is a standard set of learning outcomes for the course, but I understand that the learning applies to a variety of situations and settings.
It is designed to teach participants how to:

• Identify confined space hazards.

• Work safely in confined spaces per issued permit.

• We operate various confined space security teams.

Here’s the Australian statement of workplace health and safety for confined spaces.

• It is the atmospheric pressure when someone is in space.

• It is not designed to work by default.

• Access to the location may have been restricted.

• The person working may be typing or writing.

The following can or can be included at any time

• An atmosphere with potentially harmful levels of pollutants.

• A safe level of oxygen-free atmosphere.

• Anything that can be swallowed.

Examples of confined spaces include, but are not limited to:

• Storage warehouse.

• Tank car.

• Process vessel.

• Pressure vessel.

• Boiler.

• silo.

• Tanks as compartments.

• well.

• Degreasing agent.

• tube.

• sewer.

• Sewage pumping stations, including wet and dry wells.

• centre line.

• conduit.

• Space on board that enters through a small hatch or access point.

• Cargo tank.

• Elevated bottom cell tank.

• Duct keel.

• Ballast or oil tank.

• gap.

This process is recommended for the following:

Workers who must perform work in confined spaces, complete permits, monitor gas levels and wear breathing apparatus.

• Electrical engineer.

• Inspector of security.

• Security personnel.

• Injury prevention personnel.

• Maintenance of staff.

• Emergency services personnel, fire brigade, ambulance, police.

• Responsible for occupational health and safety.

• Risk manager.

• Mine manager.

• Communications and cable installation personnel.

• Elevator operator and installer.

• Transportation industry worker.

Course offer

• 1 day (takes about 8 hours) face to face

• Course outline

• Identify tight spaces.

• Risk identification process.

• Australian standards and applicable laws.

• Roles and responsibilities of management and employees.

• Case study.

• Risk assessment and control layer.

• Work in a confined space.

• Workplace policies and procedures.

• Lockout and Tagout isolation methods.

• Fall protection equipment.

• Convenient access to limited spaces.

• Security and emergency procedures.

• Confined space upgrade training is recommended every 1-2 years.


Knowledge of applicable laws and Australian standards for confined spaces.

Recommendations and advice on special personal protective equipment and equipment for a specific workplace.

Study the material before the course

Advice on how to manage risk on the type of work to be done.


Successful apprentices will receive a certificate of achievement for accessing and working in confined spaces recognized by the Australian

Qualifications Framework.