The Confined Space Entry and Atmospheric Gas Testing Refresher course has been created to re-confirm your knowledge of all safety and practical aspects of gas testing atmospheres and working safely in confined spaces. This course will also allow you to regain a sound understanding of all requirements which apply to the job.
Topics covered in this course include:
Legal and organisational requirements applying to confined space work;
An introduction to the importance of gas testing in confined spaces;
Identification of hazards and risks in and around confined spaces, including potential sources of atmospheric contaminants;
Carrying out risk analyses to determine the risk level of each hazard;
Common toxic, flammable and asphyxiant contaminants and different types of testing equipment and protocols which may be followed when carrying out atmospheric testing;
Inspection, care and maintenance of monitoring devices and safety equipment (including calibration of testing equipment);
Safe practices for testing the work area and interpreting test results (including explanations of explosive limits, exposure standards and other terminology relating to concentration limitations);
Principles of hazard management and emergency response when working in confined spaces (including common hazard management measures such as lock-out procedures, atmospheric purging and use of breathing apparatus);
Carrying out and finalising work safely when in confined spaces, including reporting and documentation requirements.
This course is based on the national competency standards accredited by the state and national training authorities.
All components of this course are delivered 100% online.
Who should complete this training?
This training is appropriate for workers who already hold relevant qualifications, and are seeking to update their training.
You must hold an existing licence, ticked or statement of attainment for both Confined Space Entry AND Gas Test Atmospheres. Your licences/tickets/statements of attainment must be no more than 9 years old. You will be required to provide a copy of these qualifications in order to successfully complete this course and receive your certification.
Note: If you do not already hold tehse qualifications, or if your qualifications are more than 9 years old, we require that you complete a full initial course rather than this refresher course. To see the full initial courses we currently offer relating to this field, click here.
What does this course include?
As part of this course, learners will have access to:
An online Learners Guide which provides all required theoretical information in a user-friendly and interactive online format. Each module also includes a range of self-test questions, which help you to check your learning as you go.
A theory assessment which tests each student’s understanding of the information provided in the Learners Guide.
An online practical self-assessment to test each student’s capability of carrying our practical tasks relating to gas testing.
All components of this course are 100% online – no face-to-face practical training component is required.
Units of Competency
This short course module may include the following Units of Competency, which form part of a full certificate qualification:
RIIWHS202E - Enter and work in confined spaces MSMPER205 - Enter confined space MSMWHS217 - Gas test atmospheres MSMPER200 - Work in accordance with an issued permit
For more information, or for customisation options, please call us on 1800 695 423.
What will I get once I have completed this course?
Once learners have successfully completed all components of this course, a Statement of Attainment which shows the relevant units of competency will be sent to the learner via email within 30 days.
Candidates may also wish to obtain a plastic wallet card as portable, convenient proof of training. These can be purchased for a small additional fee by clicking here.