Performing tasks in confined spaces is deemed as ‘hazardous work’ under Work Health and Safety Regulations. It is therefore subject to additional and more stringent compliance requirements under both the Regulations as well as various Codes of Practice and Australian Standards. Although there is no specific ‘license’ to work in confined spaces, minimum levels of training and competency are required to safely and legally perform various roles in these environments.
Nationally Recognised Confined Space Training and Refresher Courses
In partnership with Allens Training Pty. Ltd. (RTO #90909), Aurata Safety provides a variety of nationally recognised Confined Space Training Courses in Sydney, Adelaide, Perth and across Australia. Although the Australian Standards and Codes of Practice do not mandate how often Confined Space tickets should be refreshed, most industries recommend refresher courses be undertaken at least every two years.
Learn more about our confined space safety courses below or contact us for advice on how to best meet your organisation’s requirements.
Our website has a comprehensive range of information that will help you make an informed decision regarding the training we provide. Please refer to the Student Handbook for general information regarding your rights and responsibilities when we provide training to you.
Unique Student Identifier
If you are undertaking nationally recognised training you will need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). It is free and easy for you to create your own USI online. By law, training organisations can only issue your certificate once they have received your USI. Please visit https://www.usi.gov.au/ to create your USI.