Confined Spaces - 2 Day Course

This is a Nationally Accredited course designed for workers who are required to perform tasks within confined spaces. This course provides the skills and knowledge to safely enter and exit confined spaces whilst minimising (or eliminating) the risks to the health and safety of anyone who enters the space. There are no pre-requisite requirements for this course however if you are intending to work within the construction industry you will be required to hold a Construction Industry Induction Card (White Card) and we recommend that you also obtain this qualification. All training and assessment is carried out by experience trainers working in the field of emergency services. If you are unsure if this is the right course for you, please see the link below to the course brochure or contact our office and discuss your concerns.

Confined Spaces - Refresher Course

This is a one day refresher course for the unit of competency - RIIWHS202D Enter and Work in Confined Spaces (includes emergency rescue).

CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

This course is required by SafeWork NSW for all persons working within the construction industry. It is an entry level induction that addresses the relevant aspects of work, health and safety in this industry. This course is a nationally accredited course which is mandatory for all persons working in or around the construction industry. 

RIIRTM301D Operate a Truck or Trailer Mounted Attenuator (TMA)

Truck Mounted Attenuator (TMA) drivers have a very important role for ensuring the protection of all crew members and other workers on site. They provide protection from wayward vehicles or inattentive drivers in or around a work zone. This course allows participants to operate a truck or trailer mounted attenuator when carrying out traffic management activities in the construction industry.

RIIWHS204D Work Safely At Heights

This one (1) day course is designed for workers who require Nationally Accredited qualifications in order to work safely at heights in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries. If there is any chance of you falling from one level to another whilst working then you, or your employees, should complete this training. The appropriate training and prevention techniques are vital to ensure the health and safety of not only yourself but your fellow workers.