Price: $525 + GST p/p (group pricing available)
Duration: 2 days
Attendance numbers: 8-12
Locations available nationwide*
Attendees, having successfully completed this training, can apply Health and Safety legislation and the best practice to Confined Space identification, planning, entry and atmospheric testing.
They are able to plan, prepare, communicate and complete associated documentation for Confined Space work including the required permits, hazard & risk analysis and atmospheric testing.
They are able to use a gas detection device and interpret test results to determine a safe working environment and maintain personal safety and the safety of others.
Identify and describe confined spaces by their type, definition, required documentation and communication.
Identify and explain the hazards and risks, including atmospheric conditions and testing, within a confined space and their appropriate control measures.
Explain the duties and responsibilities of persons conducting confined space work and observation activities.
Complete required confined space atmospheric testing and documentation.
Unit standards credits registered with NZQA
Successful candidates receive a certificate/wallet card
All associated equipment i.e. helmets, harness, ropes etc are provided.
Attendees must have a reasonable level of written and oral English equivalent to NCEA level 1. It is the responsibility of the attendee or person authorised and responsible for making the booking to disclose any English language support needs.
Contact Goleman Training for more information.
Attendees are required to wear work attire including covered footwear
Attendees must provide photo ID (i.e. Passport or NZ Drivers Licence)
Goleman Training Ltd is required to *notify NZQA of any temporary or off-site training locations
Terms and Conditions apply i.e. cancellation fees