Confined Space Entry (CSE)


CSE Two day course

Provides Unit Standards 18426; 17599; 25510

 

No courses scheduled at the moment.

CSE Refresher scheduled courses

Provides Unit Standards 18426; 17599; 3058

 

No courses scheduled at the moment.

Do you understand the extent of hazards you’re exposed to when entering confined spaces?

Confined space entry operations

Government statisticians tell us that it is  150 times more hazardous than the same work being conducted in the open. When events go wrong, almost as many rescuers die as the colleagues they are trying to help.

Without doubt, entry into confined spaces is one of the most dangerous workplace activities. It is imperative that all personnel required to enter confined spaces understand the hazards of this environment.

Our facilitators work with you to understand your specific workplace conditions and apply your procedures to the training.

Read on for a description of the course or download the CSE Course Brochure.

 

About the Training

Theory:

Participants will gain a theoretical understanding of:

  • Defining what are confined spaces
  • Permit to work
  • Hazard identification
  • Atmospheric testing
  • Safety observer / communication
  • Planning space entry
Practical:

Participants gain practical experience in:

  • Using gas monitors
  • Taking and interpreting gas readings
  • Entering confined spaces
  • Completing documentation
Course Structure:
  • 8am – 4pm each day
  • Unit standards are provided – US18426 17599 and 25510

If training is onsite, a site examination can be carried out prior to your training course to ensure course content is tailored for your unique working environment. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.