Confined Space & Heights Combination - 2 Day course - Course Dates

Confined Space & Heights Combination – 2 Day course

Due to the demand from people wishing to do the 1 Day Confined Space ENTER & WORK course and the SAFE WORKING at HEIGHTS course we have now bundled them into a combination.  The cost of both programs combined is only $450 GST FREE [weekends $500].

This training can earn participants Continuing Professional Development points (CPD).  For more details click here


This course is designed for workers who wish to ENTER & WORK in a confined space.  This is the minimum training, and this qualification only allows you to work in the space, not be a standby or rescue person. Those people considering working in the mines, this is generally the course required.  Confined Space 1 Day ENTER & WORK is conducted EVERY Monday, Wednesday & Friday  starting at 8:20am.

This is a competency based programme, practical skills need to be achieved after classroom presentation of information. Skill competency can only be achieved via repetition of skills until competency demonstrated.

Confined Space ENTER & WORK training outcomes.  You will receive a Statement of Attainment and plastic card with the following units of competency:

RIIWHS202E             Enter and Work in confined spaces

MSMPER205              Enter confined space

MSMWHS201            Conduct hazard analysis

MSMPER200             Work in accordance with an issued permit

Issued through RTO Safety Training,  RTO #40992

Training Subjects & Practical Exercises

Participants will receive training in:

Confined Space Legislation & Workplace Hazards & Safe Work Procedures
Confined Space Risk Assessment & Documentation
Confined Space Entry Permits
Confined Space Equipment, using CF harnesses, tripods & VED devices
Training Support Materials

Participants are supplied the following learning materials:

  • Confined Space Manual
  • Confined Space Risk Assessment, Job Safety Analysis
  • Confined Space Entry Permit

Please print off your Confined Space pre course reading notes here CS Pre Course Notes


If an employer has personnel working where they can fall from one to level to another, and there is a risk of injury, provision is to be made to prevent falls, appropriate equipment is to be made available and appropriate training is to be given.   Please make yourself aware  of the National Workplace Health and Safety Act, and in particular the National Code Of Practice for “Managing the Risks of Falls at the Workplace.  Here is the link for your copy.

Our Safe Work at Heights programmes are conducted during the week on EVERY Tuesday & Thursday starting at 8:20am

Work Safely at Heights training outcomes.  You will receive a Statement of Attainment and plastic card with the following units of competency:

RIIWHS204D            Work Safely at Heights


Issued through RTO Safety Training,  RTO #40992


Course Format

The course commences at 8:30am at our training centre in Guildford NSW on Tuesdays & Thursdays.

Participants will be reviewed in:

  • Regulatory requirements
  • Risk Assessment & Hierarchy of Controls
  • When Fall Prevention is Required
  • Alternate Means of Accessing Heights
  • Height Safety Equipment
  • Safe Anchoring
  • Pre & Post Operational Checks
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • Rescue Requirements/Practical Rescue

All participants are required to:

  • conduct a site risk assessment,
  • correctly fit a harness,
  • climb a fixed ladder using an type #1 fall arrestor,
  • operate a rope grab,
  • use a twin tail lanyard on static line and while climbing;
  • use an inertia reel,
  • climb a pole and establish a pole strap
  • establish a temporary anchor point,
  • connect to a permanent anchor point,
  • conduct a heights self rescue and
  • work as a member of a team in an overhead rescue of a suspended victim.

This training will require you to participate in physical practical exercises that may be potentially hazardous. Ensure you are fully aware of the risks prior to participating and understand the control measures employed.

Participants are supplied the following learning materials for the programme:

  • Height Safety Training Manual
If you require us to come to you for training, please review our “Mobile Training Centre” information – click here

Please print off your Heights course pre course reading notes here Heights Pre Course Notes

PARTICIPANTS MUST BE ABLE TO COMMUNICATE IN ENGLISH, AND MUST BE ABLE TO FILL OUT ALL NECESSARY DOCUMENTATION.  We can train people where English is an issue, but it needs to be on a specially scheduled programme and YOU WILL NEED TO provide an interpreter..