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Certificate II in Public Safety

 


 

CONFINED SPACE AWARENESS TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

MSAPMPER200C Work in accordance with an Issued Permit
RIIRIS201A Conduct Local Risk Control

Course Outline:
Our Nationally Accredited 8 hour Confined Space Awareness Training courses are designed to teach participants how to identify confined space hazards, perform confined space risk assessments and issue work permits for confined spaces. This is a basic 8 hour training course with learning pathways to the 2 day training confined space entry course. Participants will learn to complete hazard identifications, risk assessments and entry permits for Confined Space Operations. They will also learn about various confined space safety equipment.

NOTE: personnel who may be required to enter the space, undertake a confined space rescue or act as a standby person, issue confined space permits or are required to operate Gas Detectors must complete the 2 day training course.

Course Subjects:
- Identifying Confined Spaces
- Hazard Identification
- Australian Standards & Relevant Legislation explained
- Roles & Responsibilities of Mgt & Employees
- Case studies
- Risk Assessments & Hierarchy of Hazard Controls
- Confined Space Entry Permits Awareness
- Confined Space Safety Equipment Usage (harnesses, tripods, winches, spreader bars etc)
- Worksite Policy & Procedures
- Lock-out, Tag-out and methods of Isolation
- Atmospheric Monitoring and Gas Detection Awareness

Duration: 1 Day total
Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment
Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms.

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CONFINED SPACE ENTRY TRAINING – BASIC COURSE

(This course is a basic one day confined space entry course designed for personnel whom are not required to act as a standby person, issue confined space permits or undertake gas testing)

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

MSAPMPER205B Enter Confined Spaces
MSAPMPER200C Work in accordance with an Isued Permit

Course Outline:
Our Nationally Accredited 1 Day Basic Confined Space Entry Training courses are designed to teach participants how to identify confined space hazards, perform confined space risk assessments and work in confined spaces. This is a very basic one day training course with learning pathways to the 2 day training course.

Participants will learn to complete hazard identifications, risk assessments and entry permits for Confined Space Operations. They will also learn to operate various confined space safety equipment.

NOTE: personnel who may be required to undertake a confined space rescue or act as a standby person, issue confined space permits or are required to operate Gas Detectors must complete the 2 day training course.

Course Subjects:
- Identifying Confined Spaces
- Hazard Identification
- Australian Standards & Relevant Legislation explained
- Roles & Responsibilities of Mgt & Employees
- Case studies
- Risk Assessments & Hierarchy of Hazard Controls
- Confined Space Entry Permits Awareness
- Confined Space Safety Equipment Usage (harnesses, tripods, winches, spreader bars etc)
- Worksite Policy & Procedures
- Lock-out, Tag-out and methods of Isolation
- Atmospheric Monitoring and Gas Detection Awareness

Duration: 1 Day total

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms.

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CONFINED SPACE ENTRY TRAINING – NORMAL COURSE 2 DAYS

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

MSAPMPER205B Enter Confined Space
MSAPMPER200C Work in accordance with an Issued Permit
PUAFIR207B Monitor Hazardous Atmospheres
RIIRIS201A Conduct Local Risk Control
MSAPMPER300C Issue Work Permits
HLTFA201B Perform CPR

Course Outline

Our Nationally Accredited Confined Space Entry Training courses are designed to teach participants how to identify confined space hazards and work safely in confined spaces. This training course is designed for people who work in or around confined spaces.

Participants will learn to complete hazard identifications, risk assessments and entry permits for Confined Space Operations. They will also learn to operate various confined space safety equipment. This course can be tailored to suit your company's specific training requirements. Breathing Apparatus, Confined Space Rescue and CPR Training can also be completed in conjunction with this training course. This Course has a large focus on safety procedures and practical scenarios relevant to your company's confined space operations. Regular Confined Space refresher training courses are recommended under Australian Standard AS2865-2009.

Course Subjects:
- Identifying Confined Spaces
- Hazard Identification
- Australian Standards & Relevant Legislation explained
- Roles & Responsibilities of Mgt & Employees
- Case studies
- Risk Assessments & Hierarchy of Hazard Controls
- Confined Space Work Permits & Entry Procedures
- Worksite Policy & Procedures
- Lockout & tag out methods of isolation
- Atmospheric Monitoring and Gas Detection
- Tripods, VED’s & fall protective equipment
- Practical Entry Into a Confined Space
- Safety & Emergency Procedures
- CPR Lesson
- Confined Space Rescue Introduction

Duration: 2 Days total 8.0 hours per day.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms.

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CONFINED SPACE ENTRY AND BREATHING APPARATUS TRAINING 3 DAYS

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

MSAPMPER205B Enter Confined Space
MSAPMPER200C Work in accordance with an Issued Permit
PUAFIR307B Monitor Hazardous Atmospheres
RIIRIS201A Conduct Local Risk Control
MSAPMPER300C Issue Work Permits
HLTFA201B Perform CPR
MSAPMOHS216B Operate Breathing Apparatus

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Confined Space Entry and Breathing Apparatus Training courses are designed to teach participants how to identify confined space hazards, work safely in confined spaces and rescue personnel from confined spaces which may have hazardous atmospheres.

This training course is designed for people who work in or around confined spaces or whom may be required to rescue a person working in a confined space wearing breathing apparatus. Participants will learn to complete hazard identifications, risk assessments and entry permits for Confined Space Operations. They will also learn to operate various confined space safety equipment.

This course can be tailored to suit your company's specific training requirements. Breathing Apparatus, and confined space rescue techniques are also completed in conjunction with this training course. This Course has a large focus on safety procedures and practical scenarios relevant to your company's confined space operations. An annual Confined Space Entry & Breathing Apparatus refresher training course is also offered and is recommended under Australian Standard AS2865-2009.

Course Subjects:

- Identifying Confined Spaces
- Hazard Identification
- Australian Standards & Relevant Legislation explained
- Roles & Responsibilities of Mgt & Employees
- Case studies
- Risk Assessments & Hierarchy of Hazard Controls
- Confined Space Work Permits & Entry Procedures
- Worksite Policy & Procedures
- Lockout & tag out methods of isolation
- Atmospheric Monitoring and Gas Detection
- Tripods, VED’S and fall protective equipment
- Practical Entry into a Confined Space
- Safety & Emergency Procedures
- CPR Lesson
- Breathing Apparatus Introduction (optional)
- Practical confined space rescue scenarios
- Practical Breathing Apparatus Scenarios

Duration: Confined Space Entry + Breathing Apparatus + CPR Training = 3 days of training are required.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms.

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BREATHING APPARATUS TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

PUAFIR207B Operate Breathing Apparatus

Course Outline:
Our Nationally Accredited Breathing Apparatus Training courses are designed for employees who may be required to utilise Breathing Apparatus Equipment. Participants will wear Breathing Apparatus and be taught operating procedures.

Participants who attend this course will observe a high emphasis on safety and emergency procedures. This course will be tailored to your specific type of Breathing Apparatus. Equipment such as Airline Breathing Apparatus or Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) will be taught based upon your specific requirements.This course is only taught by experienced emergency services personnel. Regular breathing Apparatus Refresher Training Courses are recommended under Australian Standard 1715-2009.

Course Subjects:

- Hazardous environments that require breathing protection
- Relevant Australian Standards, Regulations explained
- The Human respiratory system
- Types of Breathing Apparatus
- Communication Procedures
- Risk Assessments and hierarchy of Hazard Control
- Breathing Apparatus Key components
- Calculating working duration & Emergency escape times
- Using Breathing Apparatus Control Tally Boards
- Breathing Apparatus Safety & Entrapment Procedures
- After Use Cleaning, Maintenance & Testing Procedures
- Search & Rescue

Practical Exercises will be tailored to your specific workplace and may include a selection of the following: Firefighting, Search & Rescue, Chemical Splash Suits, Fully Encapsulated Suits, Confined Space Rescue & Decontamination etc.

Duration:

- 1 Day for Introductory training course (Normally included in Confined Space Entry 3 Day Training Course)
- 2 Days for specialised BA training whereby personnel are using them in a firefighting or HAZMAT emergency response role.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms.

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CHIEF FIRE WARDEN TRAINING COURSE

 

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

PUAWER006B - Lead an Emergency Control Organisation ( ECO )

Pre-Requisite: PUAWER005B Operate as part of an Emergency Control Organisation (Fire Warden Course)

Course Outline:

Our Nationally recognised Chief Fire Warden training course is designed for persons who are required to perform the role of Chief or Deputy Chief Fire Warden at your workplace. Participants will develop skills to ascertain the extent of onsite workplace emergencies and supervise evacuation of the workplace. Particular attention will be placed on meeting the requirements of Australian Standard 3745 Emergency Control Organization and procedures for buildings, structures and workplaces and how it applies to all workplaces.

Participants will have an understanding of emergency procedures and will undergo extensive practical drills on controlling workplace emergencies. This Course can be tailored to suit your workplace specific requirements.

Course Subjects:

- Australian Standard 3745
- Emergency Planning Committee
- Emergency Control Organisation
- Fire Warden Identification & Structure
- Emergencies where evacuation may be required
- Methods of raising the alarm
- Safety Procedures at Fires
- Bomb Threat Procedures
- Persons with Disabilities
- Duties & Responsibilities of Chief Fire Wardens
- Command & Control
- Briefing the Emergency Services
- Post-Evacuation Management
- Emergency Procedures
- Human Behaviour

Practical Scenario's will be completed which will utilise your workplace and the emergency evacuation equipment that you have onsite.

Duration: Approximately 8 hours (1 day) for full training course, or 4 hours if Fire Warden Training has been completed.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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FIRE WARDEN TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

PUAWER005B Operate as part of an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)

Course Outline: Our Nationally Accredited Fire Warden Training program will equip your personnel with the skills required to safely evacuate your workplace. Regular evacuation training will ensure that your personnel are ready to deal with any workplace emergency.

Emergencies covered include Fires, Bomb threats, Chemical Incidents and many more. Our Fire and Safety Trainers can also be booked to act as observers / instructors during your Building Evacuation drills. We will prepare a written report after your drill has finished highlighting suggested areas of improvement. We can also assist you with emergency procedures and maps for your workplace.

Course Subjects:

- Training Requirements
- Investigating the fire / alarm / incident
- Raising the alarm
- Emergencies that may require evacuation
- Firefighting Safety Procedures
- Bomb Threat Procedures
- Building Fire Safety
- Fire Warden Identification
- Fire Wardens procedures & responsibilities
- Building Fire Alarms & Communications Systems
- Developing Evacuation plans & procedures
- Emergency Co-ordination
- Human Behaviour in emergencies
- Post-Evacuation Activities

Students will gain hands-on experience as our instructors conduct building evacuation drills. Practical Drills will be conducted using your evacuation procedures.

Duration: Approximately 4 hours

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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WORKPLACE FIRST RESPONSE FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

PUAWER008B – Confine Small Workplace Emergencies

Course Outline: Our Workplace First Response Fire Training Course will ensure that all of your employees are suitably trained in the safe use of Fire Extinguishers, Fire Hose Reels and Fire Blankets. This training course includes both a theory and a practical component to ensure that your employees can safely handle workplace emergencies.

If required a Training Specialist can visit your workplace to determine your fire safety equipment and training needs. The Australian Safety Centre can also provide you with supervised Evacuation Drills.

Course Subjects:

- Fire Triangle
- Raising the alarm
- Fire Safety & Evacuation
- Classes of Fire
- Types of Fire Extinguishers
- Safety procedures when fighting fires
- Firefighting Tactics

- PRACTICAL SESSIONS: Using a Fire extinguisher, Fire Hose Reel & Fire Blanket, participants will gain hands-on practical experience with fire-fighting equipment. They will also be instructed in correct Firefighting tactics and safety procedures.

Duration: Approximately 2.0 hours

Assessment: Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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WORK SAFELY AT HEIGHT TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

RIIOHS204A Work Safely at Heights ( Previously MNMG237A )

Course Outline: Our Nationally Accredited Safe Working at Height training courses are designed for persons who are required to work at height. Participants will develop skills to select height safety equipment and apply it to specific tasks.

Training covers how to work in accordance with Height Safety Regulations, Australian Standards and relevant codes of practice. Participants will have an understanding of Risk Assessment procedures and permits to work at height. Participants will also undergo practical instruction in the correct use of height safety equipment. This Nationally accredited course can be tailored to suit your company's specific requirements.

Course Subjects:

- OH&S Legislation, Height Safety Regulations, Codes Of Practice & Australian Standards
- Correct use of Height Safety Equipment
- Elevated Working Platforms & Scaffolds
- Case Studies from industry
- Risk Assessment & Hierarchy of Hazard Control
- Management & Employee responsibilities
- Fall Arrest Devices & Safety Equipment
- Safe Ladder Techniques
- Equipment Inspection & Maintenance requirements
- Setting up a fall restraint system
- Emergency Procedures including Height Rescue Procedures
- Suspension Trauma
- Developing Site Procedures & Safe Work Methods

Practical Scenario's will be completed which will be based upon the individual needs of your workplace. E.g. Restraint Systems, Fall-Arrest Systems, ‘Restraint Technique’ Roof Systems of work, Work on towers etc.

Duration: 8 hours (1 day) for full training course. 4 hours for refresher training course.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

NOTE: The Height Safety Training course is normally a pre-requisite for Tower Rescue Training

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APPLY FIRST AID TRAINING Workbook Method 1 Day
(Formerly known as Level 2 Senior First Aid)

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

HLTFA301C – Apply First Aid

NOTE: Refresher required every 3 years, CPR must be updated every 12 months

Our Apply First Aid Training Course is designed to train personnel in how to respond to First Aid emergencies that may happen at home, office or anywhere in daily life. This course is taught by highly experienced emergency services instructors who have a strong background in Emergency Medical Response.

Many practical exercises are included as part of the training. This training course involves the completion of a theory workbook prior to the start of the training session (taking approximately 3 hours) which is submitted on the morning of the training course. This course is designed for First Aiders to manage patient care until the arrival of an Ambulance. All participants receive a copy of the First Aid Textbook ‘Emergency First Aid’ which is over 250 pages.

Course Subjects:

- Principles of First Aid & Legalities
- D-R-S-A-B-C-D
- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Recovery Position
- Bleeding
- Fractures
- Spinal Injury
- Heath / Cold Burns
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Bites & Stings
- Eye & Facial Injuries
- Treating Shock and Mental Illnesses
- Illnesses: Epilepsy, Asthma, Stroke, Diabetes etc
- Managing a First Aid Room

Duration: 1 Day (8 Hours) if a theory workbook is completed prior to the training course

Assessment: Theory and Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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APPLY FIRST AID TRAINING Full 2 day Course
(Formerly known as Level 2 Senior First Aid)

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

HLTFA301C – Apply First Aid

NOTE: Refresher required every 3 years, CPR must be updated every 12 months

Our Apply First Aid Training Course is designed to train personnel in how to respond to First Aid emergencies that may happen at home, office or anywhere in daily life. This course is taught by highly experienced emergency services instructors who have a strong background in Emergency Medical Response. Many practical exercises are included as part of the training.

This course is designed for First Aiders to manage patient care until the arrival of an Ambulance. All participants receive a copy of the First Aid Textbook ‘Emergency First Aid’ which is over 250 pages.

Course Subjects:

- Principles of First Aid & Legalities
- D-R-S-A-B-C-D
- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Recovery Position
- Bleeding
- Fractures
- Spinal Injury
- Heath / Cold Burns
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Bites & Stings
- Eye & Facial Injuries
- Treating Shock and Mental Illnesses
- Illnesses: Epilepsy, Asthma, Stroke, Diabetes etc
- Managing a First Aid Room

Duration: 2 Days (16 Hours)

Assessment: Theory and Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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CPR TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

HLTFA201B Perform CPR

NOTE: CPR must be updated every 12 months

This course provides participants with the confidence and competence required to perform CPR on an unconscious casualty. This training course is designed for any person whom may need to perform CPR to utilise DRABCD during the course of their employment.

This training course is taught according to the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines. This training course takes personnel through both the theory of why we do CPR and many practical exercises that emphasise the ‘how’ we perform CPR.

Subjects:

- Assess the incident scene
- Conduct D-R-S-A-B-C-D
- Provide CPR on adults, children and babies
- Roll patient into recovery position
- Handover to Medical personnel
- Manage a choking patient

Course Duration: 2 Hours full Course and 2 hours for Refresher Training (required every 12 months).

Assessment: Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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ADVANCED RESUSCITATION TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:
HLTFA201B – Perform CPR
HLTFA404A – Apply Advanced Resuscitation Techniques

Our Advanced Resuscitation Training Course is designed to train personnel in how to respond to First Aid emergencies using Oxygen Resuscitation equipment and Semi Automatic External Defibrillators. This course is taught by highly experienced emergency services instructors who have a strong background in Emergency Medical Response and who can demonstrate the practical ways to provide advanced resuscitation to patients.

Many practical exercises are included as part of the training. This training course involves ‘hands on’ experience for advanced patient care using oxygen equipment and defibrillators. This course is designed for First Aiders to manage patient care until the arrival of an Ambulance.

Course Subjects:

- D-R-S-A-B-C-D
- Chain of Survival for Cardiac Arrests
- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Recovery Position
- Oxygen Safety
- Oxygen Therapy
- Oxygen Powered Resuscitation
- Oxygen Manual Resuscitation (BVM’s)
- OP Airways
- Suction Equipment
- Defibrillator Safety
- Semi Automatic External Defibrillators
- Handover to Medical Care

Duration: 1 Day (8 Hours) for the CPR and Advanced Resuscitation component

Assessment: Theory and Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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OCCUPATIONAL FIRST AID TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

HLTFA403A Manage first aid in the workplace
HLTFA301B Apply first aid
HLTFA402B Apply advanced first aid
HLTFA404A Apply advanced resuscitation techniques

NOTE: Occupational First Aid Refresher required every 3 years, Advanced Resuscitation must be updated every 12 months, CPR must be updated every 12 months

Our Occupational First Aid Training Course is designed to train personnel in how to respond to First Aid emergencies where emergency help may be some time away or where as a First Aider you may have to manage the workplace first aid room. This course takes participants to a higher level of training ad is designed for First Aiders to manage patient care until the arrival of an Ambulance during complex incidents and emergencies.

This course is taught by highly experienced emergency services instructors who have a strong background in Emergency Medical Response.

Many practical exercises are included as part of the training. This training course involves the completion of 3 full days of training (provided that an Apply First Aid Training Course has been completed within the last 3 years – Otherwise the duration is 4 days).

Course Subjects:

- First Aid Overview
- Advanced Resuscitation
- Oxygen Therapy & Resuscitation
- OP Airways
- Airway Suction
- Advanced Airway Management
- Defibrillator Usage
- Spinal Collars and Spine Boards
- Eye injuries, Head Injuries, Abdominal Injuries
- Blood Pressure & Vital Signs
- Recording patient care
- Remote First Aid
- Occupational Illnesses
- Medications & Pharmacology
- Confined Spaces and Workplace Hazards
- Psychological Emergencies

Duration: 3 Days (presuming that an apply first aid course has been completed within the last 3 years)

Assessment: Theory and Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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CONFINED SPACE ENTRY AND BREATHING APPARATUS REFRESHER TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

MSAPMPER205B Enter Confined Space
MSAPMPER200C Work in accordance with an Issued Permit
MSAPMOHS217A Monitor Hazardous Atmospheres
RIIRIS201A Conduct Local Risk Control
MSAPMPER300C Issue Work Permits
HLTFA201B Perform CPR
PUAFIR207B Operate Breathing Apparatus OPTIONAL

Course Outline:

Our nationally accredited Confined Space Entry and Breathing Apparatus Refresher Training courses are designed to continually refresher participants how to identify confined space hazards, work safely in confined spaces and rescue personnel from confined spaces which may have hazardous atmospheres.

This training course is designed for people who work in or around confined spaces or whom may be required to rescue a person working in a confined space wearing breathing apparatus.

Participants will learn to complete hazard identifications, risk assessments and entry permits for Confined Space Operations. They will also learn to operate various confined space safety equipment. This course can be tailored to suit your company's specific training requirements. Breathing Apparatus, and confined space rescue techniques are also completed in conjunction with this training course.

This Course has a large focus on safety procedures and practical scenarios relevant to your company's confined space operations. An annual Confined Space Entry & Breathing Apparatus refresher training course is also offered and is recommended under Australian Standard AS2865-2009.

Course Subjects:

- Identifying Confined Spaces
- Hazard Identification
- Australian Standards & Relevant Legislation explained
- Roles & Responsibilities of Mgt & Employees
- Case studies
- Risk Assessments & Hierarchy of Hazard Controls
- Confined Space Work Permits & Entry Procedures
- Worksite Policy & Procedures
- Lockout & tag out methods of isolation
- Atmospheric Monitoring and Gas Detection
- Tripods, VED’S and fall protective equipment
- Practical Entry into a Confined Space
- Safety & Emergency Procedures
- CPR Lesson
- Breathing Apparatus Introduction (optional)
- Practical confined space rescue scenarios
- Practical Breathing Apparatus Scenarios

Duration: 1 Day for Confined Space Entry + Breathing Apparatus + CPR Refresher Training.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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BREATHING APPARATUS REFRESHER TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

PUAFIR207B Operate Breathing Apparatus

Course Outline:
Our Nationally Accredited Breathing Apparatus Refresher Training courses are designed for employees who may be required to utilise Breathing Apparatus Equipment. Participants will wear Breathing Apparatus and be taught operating procedures.

Participants who attend this course will observe a high emphasis on safety and emergency procedures. This course will be tailored to your specific type of Breathing Apparatus. Equipment such as Airline Breathing Apparatus or Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) will be taught based upon your specific requirements.

This course is only taught by experienced emergency services personnel. Regular breathing Apparatus Refresher Training Courses are recommended under Australian Standard 1715.

Course Subjects:

- Hazardous environments that require breathing protection
- Relevant Australian Standards, Regulations explained
- The Human respiratory system
- Types of Breathing Apparatus
- Communication Procedures
- Risk Assessments and hierarchy of Hazard Control
- Breathing Apparatus Key components
- Calculating working duration & Emergency escape times
- Using Breathing Apparatus Control Tally Boards
- Breathing Apparatus Safety & Entrapment Procedures
- After Use Cleaning, Maintenance & Testing Procedures
- Search & Rescue

Practical Exercises will be tailored to your specific workplace and may include a selection of the following: Firefighting, Search & Rescue, Chemical Splash Suits, Fully Encapsulated Suits, Confined Space Rescue & Decontamination etc.

Duration: 3 Hours for Breathing Apparatus Refresher Training

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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WORK SAFELY AT HEIGHT REFRESHER TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

RIIOHS204A Work safely at height ( Previously MNMG237A )

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Safe Working at Height Refresher Training Courses are designed for persons who are required to work at height. Participants will develop skills to select height safety equipment and apply it to specific tasks.

Training covers how to work in accordance with Height Safety Regulations, Australian Standards and relevant codes of practice. Participants will have an understanding of Risk Assessment procedures and permits to work at height.

Participants will also undergo practical instruction in the correct use of height safety equipment. This Nationally accredited course can be tailored to suit your company's specific requirements.

Course Subjects:

- OH&S Legislation, Height Safety Regulations, Codes Of Practice & Australian Standards
- Correct use of Height Safety Equipment
- Elevated Working Platforms & Scaffolds
- Case Studies from industry
- Risk Assessment & Hierarchy of Hazard Control
- Management & Employee responsibilities
- Fall Arrest Devices & Safety Equipment
- Safe Ladder Techniques
- Equipment Inspection & Maintenance requirements
- Setting up a fall restraint system
- Emergency Procedures including Height Rescue Procedures
- Suspension Trauma
- Developing Site Procedures & Safe Work Methods

Practical Scenario's will be completed which will be based upon the individual needs of your workplace. Eg. Restraint Systems, Fall-Arrest Systems, ‘Restraint Technique’ Roof Systems of work, Work on towers etc.

Duration: ½ Day (4 hours) for refresher training course.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

NOTE: The Height Safety Training course is normally a pre-requisite for Tower Rescue Training

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VERTICAL RESCUE REFRESHER TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

PUASAR032A Undertake Vertical Rescue
PUASAR022A Participate in Rescue Operations
PUAEME001B Provide Emergency Care
PUAFIR201B Prevent Injury

Course Outline:

Our nationally accredited Vertical Rescue Refresher Training Course is designed for personnel who may be required to perform rope rescues to rescue injured personnel. This training course is taught by experienced emergency services instructors who will perform rescue scenarios that are relevant to our clients site. This training course is very ‘hands on’ with 75% of the time being ‘on ropes’ and performing rescue scenarios.

Various types of equipment can be covered depending on the complexity of the types of rescue methods applicable at the site. Training and course subjects will be completely tailored to the requirements of the worksite. Capabilities / Course Subjects are listed below. Following the training course, all competent personnel shall be capable of responding and controlling various on-site rope rescue emergencies.

Course Subjects: (Will include a selection of the following)

- AS4488 and AS1891.4 – Falls From Height Regulations
- Software Theory: Harness, Ropes etc
- Hardware Theory
- Life Rescue Knots & Hitches
- Anchor Points / Anchor Systems
- Suspension Trauma
- Rappelling Skills
- Line Ascension Skills
- Rescue Team Ethos & Ideals
- Lowering & Raising Systems
- Stretcher Escorting & Patient handling
- ‘Pick Off’ Rescues
- Safety Officer & Team Leader Roles & Responsibilities
- Belay Systems & Climbing Skills (Optional)
- Decline Traverse’s (Optional)
- Tyrolean Traverse’s (Optional)

This Course has a very large practical component. 75% Practical and 25% Theory.

Duration: Normally 2 Days (or 1 day more frequently)

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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TOWER RESCUE REFRESHER TRAINING
(For personnel whom work on Towers or whom are required to perform a ONE on ONE Rappel Rescue)

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:
RIIOHS204A Work Safely at Height
PUASAR022A Participate in Rescue Operation

Course Outline:

Our Nationally accredited Tower Rescue Refresher Training Course is designed for personnel whom may be required to perform (one on one – top down rappel rescues) from towers, cranes, bridges or similar platforms. This training course develops the skills of personnel to complete a complex rope rescue on their own using rope rescue equipment and tower climbing equipment

This Training course has a very large emphasis on safety. This training provides personnel with training to combat various types of onsite emergencies. Various rope rescue equipment can be covered depending on the complexity of equipment at the site (and what equipment the client is currently using)

Subjects covered will depend upon the types of capabilities requested. Capabilities and course subjects will be completely tailored to the requirements of the worksite. Capabilities / Course Subjects are listed below. Following the training course, the emergency response team shall be capable of responding and controlling various rope rescue on-site emergencies.

Course Subjects: (May include a selection of the following)

- AS4488 and AS1891.4 – Falls From Height Regulations
- Software Theory: Harness, Ropes etc
- Hardware Theory
- Life Rescue Knots & Hitches
- Anchor Points / Anchor Systems
- Suspension Trauma
- Rappelling Skills
- Rescue Team Ethos & Ideals
- Lowering & Raising Systems
- Patient Handling
- Pick Off’ Rescues
- Safety Officer & Team Leader Roles & Responsibilities

This Course has a very large practical component. 75% Practical and 25% Theory. Practical scenarios will be devised from the above course modules and will be tailored to the requirements of the work site.

Duration:Normally 1 Day for Tower Rescue Refresher Training

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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ROAD ACCIDENT RESCUE REFRESHER TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

PUASAR024A Undertake Road Accident Rescue
PUASAR022A Participate in Rescue Operations
PUAEME001B Provide Emergency Care
PUAEME002C Manage Injuries at emergency incident
PUAFIR201B Prevent Injury

Course Outline:
Our Nationally Accredited Road Accident Rescue Refresher Training Course is designed for personnel whom may be required to perform rescue of personnel whom are trapped in motor vehicles, industrial plant or machinery in the workplace. This training course develops the skills of personnel to complete a complex extrication of a casualty or casualties whom are involved in a road or industrial accident.

This Training course has a very large emphasis on safety. This training provides personnel with training to combat various types of onsite emergencies. Various road accident rescue equipment can be covered depending on the complexity of equipment at the site (and what equipment the client is currently using). Only highly experienced emergency services personnel lecture these training courses.

Subjects covered will depend upon the types of capabilities requested. Capabilities and course subjects will be completely tailored to the requirements of the worksite. Capabilities / Course Subjects are listed below. Following the training course, the emergency response team shall be capable of responding and controlling various motor vehicle, machinery and plant on-site emergencies.

Course Subjects:

- Vehicle and Machinery construction
- Road Accident Rescue Hazards
- Road Accident Rescue Equipment
- Road Accident Rescue Team Formation
- Managing Injuries at the incident scene
- Vehicle Stabilisation
- Car Identification / heavy vehicle rescue techniques
- Airbags & Battery isolation
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Rescue Team Ethos & Ideals
- Patient Handling
- Rapid Casualty Access
- Vehicle Extrication (Cutters, Spreaders, Rams, Airbags etc)
- Safety Officer & Team Leader Roles & Responsibilities

This Course has a very large practical component. 75% Practical and 25% Theory. Practical scenarios will be devised from the above course modules and will be tailored to the requirements of the work site.

Duration: Normally 1-2 Days depending upon training options (including the experience of the learners) and specific site requirements.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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INTERMEDIATE FIREFIGHTING REFRESHER TRAINING – TEAM MEMBER

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

MSAPMOHS212B Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents

Course Outline:
Our nationally accredited Intermediate Firefighting Refresher training courses are designed for persons who may be required to operate as part of a team to combat various types of fires on-site. This training course is further and more comprehensive training which adds on from the initial one day training course. This training introduces personnel to the basic principles of structure firefighting, LPG Emergencies, Chemical Fires, Vehicle Fires and offensive/defensive firefighting techniques.

Participants will develop skills to select the correct firefighting equipment based on the type of fire encountered. Training covers how to act as part of a fire team in accordance with firefighting procedures. This includes obtaining water, pumping water and attacking a fire. This course will provide further information for the sizeup of fires, usage of offensive/defensive attacks etc.

Course Subjects:

- Basic Fire Science
- Responding to Fires & Emergencies
- LPG Emergencies
- Chemical Fires
- Structural Firefighting Safety
- Vehicle Firefighting Safety
- Firefighting Tactics & Techniques
- PRACTICAL SESSIONS: Three person gas attack, boundary/exposure cooling, structural firefighting and search and rescue operations
- Grassfire/ Bushfire attack strategies
- Principles of SIZE-UP and RECEO when responding to fires
- Introduction to Emergency Team Leader Duties

This Training is specifically tailored to your worksite, your equipment and your emergency response procedures.

NOTE: This training is very comprehensive. It is expected that personnel whom attend this course are fully conversant with the usage of Breathing Apparatus. This training course will be very physical – It is important that all personnel who attend this course are capable of wearing firefighting equipment, wearing 15kg BA sets on their backs and using hose lines in dark/smoky/confined environments.

Duration: Normally 1 Day

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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FIRE WARDEN REFRESHER TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

PUAWER005B Operate as part of an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Fire Warden Refresher Training program will equip your personnel with the skills required to safely evacuate your workplace. Regular evacuation training will ensure that your personnel are ready to deal with any workplace emergency.

Emergencies covered include Fires, Bomb threats, Chemical Incidents and many more. Our Fire and Safety Trainers can also be booked to act as observers / instructors during your Building Evacuation drills. We will prepare a written report after your drill has finished highlighting suggested areas of improvement. We will expand upon previously completed training into more complex scenarios.


Course Subjects:

- Training Requirements
- Investigating the fire / alarm / incident
- Raising the alarm
- Emergencies that may require evacuation
- Firefighting Safety Procedures
- Bomb Threat Procedures
- Building Fire Safety
- Fire Warden Identification
- Fire Wardens procedures & responsibilities
- Building Fire Alarms & Communications Systems
- Developing Evacuation plans & procedures
- Emergency Co-ordination
- Human Behaviour in emergencies
- Post-Evacuation Activities

Students will gain hands-on experience as our instructors conduct building evacuation drills. Practical Drills will be conducted using your evacuation procedures.

Duration: Approximately 2 hours

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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APPLY FIRST AID REFRESHER TRAINING
(Formerly known as Level 2 Senior First Aid)

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

HLTFA301C – Apply First Aid

NOTE: Refresher required every 3 years, CPR must be updated every 12 months

Our Apply First Aid Training Course is designed to train personnel in how to respond to First Aid emergencies that may happen at home, office or anywhere in daily life.

This course is taught by highly experienced emergency services instructors who have a strong background in Emergency Medical Response.

Many practical exercises are included as part of the training. This course is designed for First Aiders to manage patient care until the arrival of an Ambulance. All participants receive a copy of the First Aid Textbook ‘Emergency First Aid’ which is over 250 pages.

Course Subjects:
- Principles of First Aid & Legalities
- D-R-S-A-B-C-D
- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Recovery Position
- Bleeding
- Fractures
- Spinal Injury
- Heath / Cold Burns
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Bites & Stings
- Eye & Facial Injuries
- Treating Shock and Mental Illnesses
- Illnesses: Epilepsy, Asthma, Stroke, Diabetes etc
- Managing a First Aid Room

Duration: 1 Day (8 Hour) training course.

Assessment: Theory and Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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OCCUPATIONAL FIRST AID TRAINING REFRESHER

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

HLTFA403A Manage first aid in the workplace
HLTFA301C Apply first aid
HLTFA402B Apply advanced first aid
HLTFA404A Apply advanced resuscitation techniques

NOTE: Occupational First Aid Refresher required every 3 years, Advanced Resuscitation must be updated every 12 months, CPR must be updated every 12 months

Our Occupational First Aid Training Course is designed to train personnel in how to respond to First Aid emergencies where emergency help may be some time away or where as a First Aider you may have to manage the workplace first aid room. This course takes participants to a higher level of training ad is designed for First Aiders to manage patient care until the arrival of an Ambulance during complex incidents and emergencies.

This course is taught by highly experienced emergency services instructors who have a strong background in Emergency Medical Response. Many practical exercises are included as part of the training. This refresher training course involves the completion of 2 full days of training (this covers CPR, Occupational First Aid & Advanced Resuscitation Refresher Training)


Course Subjects:

- First Aid Overview
- Advanced Resuscitation
- Oxygen Therapy & Resuscitation
- OP Airways
- Airway Suction
- Advanced Airway Management
- Defibrillator Usage
- Spinal Collars and Spine Boards
- Eye injuries, Head Injuries, Abdominal Injuries
- Blood Pressure & Vital Signs
- Recording patient care
- Remote First Aid
- Occupational Illnesses
- Medications & Pharmacology
- Confined Spaces and Workplace Hazards
- Psychological Emergencies

Duration: 2 Days for refresher training

Assessment: Theory and Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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CPR REFRESHER TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

HLTFA201B Perform CPR

NOTE: CPR must be updated every 12 months

This course provides participants with the confidence and competence required to perform CPR on an unconscious casualty. This training course is designed for any person whom may need to perform CPR to utilise DRABCD during the course of their employment.

This training course is taught according to the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines. This training course takes personnel through both the theory of why we do CPR and many practical exercises that emphasise the ‘how’ we perform CPR.

Subjects:

- Assess the incident scene
- Conduct D-R-S-A-B-C-D
- Provide CPR on adults, children and babies
- Roll patient into recovery position
- Handover to Medical personnel
- Manage a choking patient

Course Duration: 2 hours for CPR Refresher Training (required every 12 months).

Assessment: Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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ADVANCED RESUSCITATION REFRESHER TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

HLTFA201B - Perform CPR
HLTFA404A - Apply Advanced Resuscitation Techniques

Our Advanced Resuscitation Training Course is designed to train personnel in how to respond to First Aid emergencies using Oxygen Resuscitation equipment and Semi Automatic External Defibrillators.

This course is taught by highly experienced emergency services instructors who have a strong background in Emergency Medical Response and who can demonstrate the practical ways to provide advanced resuscitation to patients.

Many practical exercises are included as part of the training. This training course involves ‘hands on’ experience for advanced patient care using oxygen equipment and defibrillators. This course is designed for First Aiders to manage patient care until the arrival of an Ambulance.

Course Subjects:

- D-R-S-A-B-C-D
- Chain of Survival for Cardiac Arrests
- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Recovery Position
- Oxygen Safety
- Oxygen Therapy
- Oxygen Powered Resuscitation
- Oxygen Manual Resuscitation (BVM’s)
- OP Airways
- Suction Equipment
- Defibrillator Safety
- Semi Automatic External Defibrillators
- Handover to Medical Care

Duration: ½ Day (4 Hours) for the CPR and Advanced Resuscitation refresher training

Assessment: Theory and Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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CONFINED SPACE RESCUE TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

PUASAR025A Undertake Confined Space Rescue
PUASAR002A Participate in Rescue Operations
PUAFIR307B Monitor Hazardous Atmospheres
PUAFIR207B Operate Breathing Apparatus
PUAEME001B Provide Emergency Care
PUAFIR201B Prevent Injury

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Confined Space Rescue Course is designed for personnel who may be required to perform rescue of injured personnel from confined spaces. This training course is taught by experienced emergency services instructors who will perform rescue scenarios that are relevant to our clients site. This training course is very ‘hands on’ with 75% of the time being devoted to rescue scenarios of personnel from confined spaces.

Various types of equipment can be covered depending on the complexity of the types of rescue methods applicable at the site. Training and course subjects will be completely tailored to the requirements of the worksite. Capabilities / Course Subjects are listed below. Following the training course, all competent personnel shall be capable of responding and controlling various confined space emergencies.

Course Subjects: (Will include a selection of the following)

- Identifying Confined Spaces & Confined Space hazards
- Australian Standards & Relevant Legislation explained
- Confined Space Work Permits & Entry Procedures
- Worksite Policy & Procedures
- Lockout & tag out methods of isolation
- Atmospheric Monitoring and Gas Detection
- Tripods, VED’s & Rescue Equipment
- Confined Space Stretchers
- Practical Rescue Scenarios from Confined Spaces
- Self Rescue from Confined Spaces
- Operation of Breathing Apparatus
- Airline & Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
- Rescue Scenarios of different levels of complexity
- Confined Space Rescue Team selection

This Course has a very large practical component. 75% Practical and 25% Theory.

Duration: Normally 2-4 Days depending upon training options chosen and site requirements. (This depends on whether personnel have completed confined space entry training and/or breathing apparatus training previously).

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms.

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VERTICAL RESCUE TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

PUASAR032A Undertake Vertical Rescue
PUASAR022A Participate in Rescue Operations
PUAEME001B Provide Emergency Care
PUAFIR201B Prevent Injury

Course Outline:

Our Nationally accredited Vertical Rescue Course is designed for personnel who may be required to perform rope rescues to rescue injured personnel. This training course is taught by experienced emergency services instructors who will perform rescue scenarios that are relevant to our clients site. This training course is very ‘hands on’ with 75% of the time being ‘on ropes’ and performing rescue scenarios.

Various types of equipment can be covered depending on the complexity of the types of rescue methods applicable at the site. Training and course subjects will be completely tailored to the requirements of the worksite. Capabilities / Course Subjects are listed below. Following the training course, all competent personnel shall be capable of responding and controlling various on-site rope rescue emergencies.

Course Subjects: (Will include a selection of the following)

- AS4488 and AS1891.4 – Falls From Height Regulations
- Software Theory: Harness, Ropes etc
- Hardware Theory
- Life Rescue Knots & Hitches
- Anchor Points / Anchor Systems
- Suspension Trauma
- Rappelling Skills
- Line Ascension Skills
- Rescue Team Ethos & Ideals
- Lowering & Raising Systems
- Stretcher Escorting & Patient handling
- Pick Off’ Rescues
- Safety Officer & Team Leader Roles & Responsibilities
- Belay Systems & Climbing Skills (Optional)
- Decline Traverse’s (Optional)
- Tyrolean Traverse’s (Optional)

This Course has a very large practical component. 75% Practical and 25% Theory.

Duration: Normally 4 Days depending upon training options chosen and site requirements. (This can be 5 days if certain rescue methods are required to be taught).

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms.

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TOWER RESCUE TRAINING

(For personnel whom work on Towers or whom are required to perform a ONE on ONE Rappel Rescue)

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:
RIIOHS204A Work Safely at Height
PUASAR022A Participate in Rescue Operation

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Tower Rescue Training Course is designed for personnel whom may be required to perform (one on one – top down rappel rescues) from towers, cranes, bridges or similar platforms. This training course develops the skills of personnel to complete a complex rope rescue on their own using rope rescue equipment and tower climbing equipment.

This Training course has a very large emphasis on safety. This training provides personnel with training to combat various types of onsite emergencies. Various rope rescue equipment can be covered depending on the complexity of equipment at the site (and what equipment the client is currently using)

Subjects covered will depend upon the types of capabilities requested. Capabilities and course subjects will be completely tailored to the requirements of the worksite. Capabilities / Course Subjects are listed below. Following the training course, the emergency response team shall be capable of responding and controlling various rope rescue on-site emergencies.

Course Subjects: (May include a selection of the following)

- AS4488 and AS1891.4 – Falls From Height Regulations
- Software Theory: Harness, Ropes etc
- Hardware Theory
- Life Rescue Knots & Hitches
- Anchor Points / Anchor Systems
- Suspension Trauma
- Rappelling Skills
- Rescue Team Ethos & Ideals
- Lowering & Raising Systems
- Patient Handling
- ‘Pick Off’ Rescues
- Safety Officer & Team Leader Roles & Responsibilities

This Course has a very large practical component. 75% Practical and 25% Theory.
Practical scenarios will be devised from the above course modules and will be tailored to the requirements of the work site.

Duration: Normally 2-3 Days depending upon training options (including the amount of height/tower/climbing experience of the learners) and specific site requirements.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms.

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INITIAL FIREFIGHTING TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

MSAPMOHS212B Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents

Course Outline:

Our nationally accredited Initial Firefighting training courses are designed for persons who may be required to operate firefighting equipment in a first response role. This training introduces personnel to the basic principles of industrial firefighting.

Participants will develop skills to select the correct firefighting equipment based on the type of fire encountered. Training covers how to work in accordance with basic firefighting procedures. Personnel will receive training that is tailored to their work environment. This will include training in the areas of SIZEUP and an introduction to RECEO. This training course is a further course from the 1 day initial response course..

Course Subjects:

- Basic Fire Science
- Responding to Fires & Emergencies
- Firefighting Tactics & Techniques
- PRACTICAL SESSIONS: Using a Fire extinguisher, Fire Hose Reel & Fire Blanket
- Principles of SIZE-UP and RECEO when responding to fires
- Use of hose lines and structural firefighting

This Training is specifically tailored to your worksite, your equipment and your procedures.

Duration: Normally 2 Days (Note personnel should have previously completed the Breathing Apparatus Training Course).

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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INTERMEDIATE FIREFIGHTING TRAINING – TEAM MEMBER

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

MSAPMOHS212B Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Intermediate Firefighting training courses are designed for persons who may be required to operate as part of a team to combat various types of fires on-site. This training course is further and more comprehensive training which adds on from the initial one day training course. This training introduces personnel to the basic principles of structure firefighting, LPG Emergencies, Chemical Fires, Vehicle Fires and offensive/defensive firefighting techniques.

Participants will develop skills to select the correct firefighting equipment based on the type of fire encountered. Training covers how to act as part of a fire team in accordance with firefighting procedures. This includes obtaining water, pumping water and attacking a fire. This course will provide further information for the sizeup of fires, usage of offensive/defensive attacks etc.

Course Subjects:

- Basic Fire Science
- Responding to Fires & Emergencies
- LPG Emergencies
- Chemical Fires
- Structural Firefighting Safety
- Vehicle Firefighting Safety
- Firefighting Tactics & Techniques
- PRACTICAL SESSIONS: Three person gas attack, boundary/exposure cooling, structural firefighting and search and rescue operations
- Grassfire/ Bushfire attack strategies
- Principles of SIZE-UP and RECEO when responding to fires
- Introduction to Emergency Team Leader Duties

This Training is specifically tailored to your worksite, your equipment and your emergency response procedures.

NOTE: This training is very comprehensive. It is expected that personnel whom attend this course are fully conversant with the usage of Breathing Apparatus. This training course will be very physical – It is important that all personnel who attend this course are capable of wearing fire fighting equipment, wearing 15kg BA sets on their backs and using hose lines in dark/smoky/confined environments.

Duration: Normally 2 Days (Note: Personnel should have previously completed Breathing Apparatus Training).

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM LEADER TRAINING

Course Outline:

Our 1 Day ERT Team leader Training Course is designed to equip ERT Team leaders, Chief Wardens and other high level management with the skills to manage an emergency.

ERT Team leaders need to make decisions quickly during potentially dangerous emergency events. This training course will provide personnel with the theory and practical exercises required to respond to any on-site emergency.

All instructors on this course are former full-time emergency services personnel with Incident Command experience.

Course Subjects:

- RECEO Implementation
- Causes/Signs of structural collapse
- Briefing and De-briefing the ERT
- Implementing an action plan
- Desktop Emergency exercises
- Size-Up of emergencies
- Briefing external emergency services.

Team leaders require this course to develop incident management skills prior to all other training. This Course has a very large practical component. 50% Practical and 50% Theory. Practical scenarios will be devised from the above course modules and will be tailored to the requirements of the work site.

Duration: Normally 1-2 Days depending upon options chosen

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM TRAINING SESSIONS

Nationally Recognised Courses:

Firefighting
Breathing Apparatus
HAZMAT Response
Apply & Occupational First Aid
Confined Space Rescue
Tower Rescue
Vertical Rescue
Road Accident Rescue

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Emergency Response Team Training courses are designed for workplaces whom have an on-site Emergency Response Team. These worksites are often in industries such as: Oil & Gas, Mining, Petrochemical, Manufacturing, Chemicals and many more.

The Australian Safety Centre currently works with many emergency response teams to tailor their annual emergency training requirements according to their site risks and procedures. We work with your company to determine the frequency and types of emergency response team training appropriate to your workplace equipment and workplace risks.

Often Emergency Response team training continuation training sessions are run on a weekly, monthly or quarterly basis. Upon a review of your training requirements, our personnel can determine the types of scenarios and training that your site may require.

We ensure that all training sessions across any of our nationally recognised courses provide a pathway to either a Certificate II in Public Safety (Firefighting & Emergency Operations) or a Certificate III in Public Safety (Firefighting & Emergency Operations).

Our training sessions are prepared in advance so as to align your emergency response scenarios directly with your workplace requirements. Our vast range of emergency response training courses mean that we can provide your organisation with a one stop emergency response team training solutions.

All emergency response team training is only carried out by lecturers whom have been full-time emergency services officers (such as Paramedics, Firefighters etc).

We can also provide ‘rookies’ training courses. These courses give personnel whom have had no previous training experience and qualifications in Firefighting, Breathing Apparatus, HAZMAT Response and Initial Rescue techniques.

Duration: 1 22 Days depending on course selection.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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BREATHING APPARATUS TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

PUAFIR207B Operate Breathing Apparatus

Course Outline:

Our nationally accredited Breathing Apparatus Training courses are designed for employees who may be required to utilise Breathing Apparatus Equipment. Participants will wear Breathing Apparatus and be taught operating procedures.

Participants who attend this course will observe a high emphasis on safety and emergency procedures. This course will be tailored to your specific type of Breathing Apparatus. Equipment such as Airline Breathing Apparatus or Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) will be taught based upon your specific requirements. This course is only taught by experienced emergency services personnel. Regular breathing Apparatus Refresher Training Courses are recommended under Australian Standard 1715-2009.

Course Subjects:

- Hazardous environments that require breathing protection
- Relevant Australian Standards, Regulations explained
- The Human respiratory system
- Types of Breathing Apparatus
- Communication Procedures
- Risk Assessments and hierarchy of Hazard Control
- Breathing Apparatus Key components
- Calculating working duration & Emergency escape times
- Using Breathing Apparatus Control Tally Boards
- Breathing Apparatus Safety & Entrapment Procedures
- After Use Cleaning, Maintenance & Testing Procedures
- Search & Rescue

Practical Exercises will be tailored to your specific workplace and may include a selection of the following: Firefighting, Search & Rescue, Chemical Splash Suits, Fully Encapsulated Suits, Confined Space Rescue & Decontamination etc.

Duration:

- 1 Day for Introductory training course (Normally included in Confined Space Entry 3 Day Training Course)
- 2 Days for specialised BA training whereby personnel are using them in a fire fighting or HAZMAT emergency response role.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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HAZMAT RESPONSE TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:
PUAFIR306B Render hazardous Materials Incidents Safe
PUAFIR308B Employ Personal Protective Equipment at a hazardous materials incident

Course Outline:

Our 2 Day HAZMAT Response course is designed for Emergency Response Teams who may be required to render Hazardous Materials Incidents safe. This training course is taught by experienced instructors who will take course participants through both theory and practical sessions to respond to on-site hazardous material emergencies.

This Training course has a practical emphasis. Practical drills include: Splash or Gas Suits, Decontamination, Assessment of the incident scene, Rescue Procedures etc. This course makes use of various safety documentation such as: MSDS’s, HAZCHEM Sheets & HAG Sheets.

Subjects covered will depend upon the types of capabilities requested. Capabilities and course subjects will be completely tailored to the requirements of the worksite. Following the training course, the emergency response team shall be capable of responding and controlling various on-site emergencies.

Course Subjects: (May include a selection of the following)

- HAZCHEM & Dangerous Goods Legislation
- Ensure compliance with legislation
- HAZCHEM Incident Response protocols / procedures
- Personal Protective Equipment: Splash Suits, Gas Suits
- Decontamination and HOT/WARM/COLD Zone establishment
- HAZMAT Emergency Action Guides, HAG Sheets etc
- Safe Work Procedures

This Course has a very large practical component. 50% Practical / 50% Theory. Practical scenarios will be devised from the above course modules and will be tailored to the requirements of the work site.

Duration:
Normally 2 Days depending upon training options chosen and site requirements. (We would request that all personnel have used Breathing Apparatus prior to undertaking this training course).

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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INITIAL FIREFIGHTING TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

MSAPMOHS212B Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Initial Firefighting training courses are designed for persons who may be required to operate firefighting equipment in a first response role. This training introduces personnel to the basic principles of industrial firefighting.

Participants will develop skills to select the correct firefighting equipment based on the type of fire encountered. Training covers how to work in accordance with basic firefighting procedures. Personnel will receive training that is tailored to their work environment. This will include training in the areas of SIZEUP and an introduction to RECEO. This training course is a further course from the 1 day initial response course..

Course Subjects:

- Basic Fire Science
- Responding to Fires & Emergencies
- Firefighting Tactics & Techniques
- PRACTICAL SESSIONS: Using a Fire extinguisher, Fire Hose Reel & Fire Blanket
- Principles of SIZE-UP and RECEO when responding to fires
- Use of hose lines and structural firefighting

This Training is specifically tailored to your worksite, your equipment and your procedures.

Duration: Normally 2 Days (Note personnel should have previously completed the Breathing Apparatus Training Course).

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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INTERMEDIATE FIREFIGHTING TRAINING - TEAM MEMBER

Nationally Recognised Course Code:

MSAPMOHS212B Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents

Course Outline: Our nationally accredited Intermediate Firefighting training courses are designed for persons who may be required to operate as part of a team to combat various types of fires on-site. This training course is further and more comprehensive training which adds on from the initial one day training course. This training introduces personnel to the basic principles of structure firefighting, LPG Emergencies, Chemical Fires, Vehicle Fires and offensive/defensive firefighting techniques. Participants will develop skills to select the correct firefighting equipment based on the type of fire encountered. Training covers how to act as part of a fire team in accordance with firefighting procedures. This includes obtaining water, pumping water and attacking a fire. This course will provide further information for the sizeup of fires, usage of offensive/defensive attacks etc.

Course Subjects:

- Basic Fire Science
- Responding to Fires & Emergencies
- LPG Emergencies
- Chemical Fires
- Structural Firefighting Safety
- Vehicle Firefighting Safety
- Firefighting Tactics & Techniques
- PRACTICAL SESSIONS: Three person gas attack, boundary/exposure cooling, structural firefighting and search and rescue operations
- Grassfire/ Bushfire attack strategies
- Principles of SIZE-UP and RECEO when responding to fires
- Introduction to Emergency Team Leader Duties

This Training is specifically tailored to your worksite, your equipment and your emergency response procedures.

NOTE: This training is very comprehensive. It is expected that personnel whom attend this course are fully conversant with the usage of Breathing Apparatus. This training course will be very physical – It is important that all personnel who attend this course are capable of wearing firefighting equipment, wearing 15kg BA sets on their backs and using hose lines in dark/smoky/confined environments.

Duration: Normally 2 Days (Note: Personnel should have previously completed Breathing Apparatus Training).

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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CONFINED SPACE RESCUE TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

PUASAR025A Undertake Confined Space Rescue
PUASAR002A Participate in Rescue Operations
PUAFIR307B Monitor Hazardous Atmospheres
PUAFIR207B Operate Breathing Apparatus
PUAEME001B Provide Emergency Care
PUAFIR201B Prevent Injury

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Confined Space Rescue Course is designed for personnel who may be required to perform rescue of injured personnel from confined spaces. This training course is taught by experienced emergency services instructors who will perform rescue scenarios that are relevant to our clients site. This training course is very ‘hands on’ with 75% of the time being devoted to rescue scenarios of personnel from confined spaces.

Various types of equipment can be covered depending on the complexity of the types of rescue methods applicable at the site. Training and course subjects will be completely tailored to the requirements of the worksite. Capabilities / Course Subjects are listed below. Following the training course, all competent personnel shall be capable of responding and controlling various confined space emergencies.

Course Subjects: (Will include a selection of the following)

- Identifying Confined Spaces & Confined Space hazards
- Australian Standards & Relevant Legislation explained
- Confined Space Work Permits & Entry Procedures
- Worksite Policy & Procedures
- Lockout & tag out methods of isolation
- Atmospheric Monitoring and Gas Detection
- Tripods, VED’s & Rescue Equipment
- Confined Space Stretchers
- Practical Rescue Scenarios from Confined Spaces
- Self Rescue from Confined Spaces
- Operation of Breathing Apparatus
- Airline & Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
- Rescue Scenarios of different levels of complexity
- Confined Space Rescue Team selection

This Course has a very large practical component. 75% Practical and 25% Theory.

Duration: Normally 2-4 Days depending upon training options chosen and site requirements. (This depends on whether personnel have completed confined space entry training and/or breathing apparatus training previously).

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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VERTICAL RESCUE TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

PUASAR032A Undertake Vertical Rescue
PUASAR022A Participate in Rescue Operations
PUAEME001B Provide Emergency Care
PUAFIR201B Prevent Injury

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Vertical Rescue Course is designed for personnel who may be required to perform rope rescues to rescue injured personnel. This training course is taught by experienced emergency services instructors who will perform rescue scenarios that are relevant to our clients site. This training course is very ‘hands on’ with 75% of the time being ‘on ropes’ and performing rescue scenarios.

Various types of equipment can be covered depending on the complexity of the types of rescue methods applicable at the site. Training and course subjects will be completely tailored to the requirements of the worksite. Capabilities / Course Subjects are listed below. Following the training course, all competent personnel shall be capable of responding and controlling various on-site rope rescue emergencies.

Course Subjects: (Will include a selection of the following)

- AS4488 and AS1891.4 – Falls From Height Regulations
- Software Theory: Harness, Ropes etc
- Hardware Theory
- Life Rescue Knots & Hitches
- Anchor Points / Anchor Systems
- Suspension Trauma
- Rappelling Skills
- Line Ascension Skills
- Rescue Team Ethos & Ideals
- Lowering & Raising Systems
- Stretcher Escorting & Patient handling
- ‘Pick Off’ Rescues
- Safety Officer & Team Leader Roles & Responsibilities
- Belay Systems & Climbing Skills (Optional)
- Decline Traverse’s (Optional)
- Tyrolean Traverse’s (Optional)

This Course has a very large practical component. 75% Practical and 25% Theory.

Duration: Normally 4 Days depending upon training options chosen and site requirements. (This can be 5 days if certain rescue methods are required to be taught).

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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ROAD ACCIDENT RESCUE TRAINING

Nationally Recognised Course Codes:

PUASAR024A Undertake Road Accident Rescue
PUASAR022A Participate in Rescue Operations
PUAEME001B Provide Emergency Care
PUAEME002C Manage Injuries at emergency incident
PUAFIR201B Prevent Injury

Course Outline:

Our Nationally Accredited Road Accident Rescue Training Course is designed for personnel whom may be required to perform rescue of personnel whom are trapped in motor vehicles, industrial plant or machinery in the workplace. This training course develops the skills of personnel to complete a complex extrication of a casualty or casualties whom are involved in a road or industrial accident.

This Training course has a very large emphasis on safety. This training provides personnel with training to combat various types of onsite emergencies. Various road accident rescue equipment can be covered depending on the complexity of equipment at the site (and what equipment the client is currently using). Only highly experienced emergency services personnel lecture these training courses.

Subjects covered will depend upon the types of capabilities requested. Capabilities and course subjects will be completely tailored to the requirements of the worksite. Capabilities / Course Subjects are listed below. Following the training course, the emergency response team shall be capable of responding and controlling various motor vehicle, machinery and plant on-site emergencies.

Course Subjects

- Vehicle and Machinery construction
- Road Accident Rescue Hazards
- Road Accident Rescue Equipment
- Road Accident Rescue Team Formation
- Managing Injuries at the incident scene
- Vehicle Stabilisation
- Car Identification / heavy vehicle rescue techniques
- Airbags & Battery isolation
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Rescue Team Ethos & Ideals
- Patient Handling
- Rapid Casualty Access
- Vehicle Extrication (Cutters, Spreaders, Rams, Airbags etc)
- Safety Officer & Team Leader Roles & Responsibilities

This Course has a very large practical component. 75% Practical and 25% Theory. Practical scenarios will be devised from the above course modules and will be tailored to the requirements of the work site.

Duration: Normally 4 Days depending upon training options (including the experience of the learners) and specific site requirements.

Assessment: Written & Practical Assessment

Where Conducted: Onsite at your location anywhere across Australia or one of our Training Rooms

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