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We run many training courses over the year, some are public training courses but you can also request company courses to keep you abreast of the latest codes of practice

Many of our clients require onsite training at their locations for a variety of reasons. This can sometimes be the most cost effective solution. Staff may require training on specific height safety equipment or confined spaces solutions that are only available at their own venues, and so, we bring the training to you.

Fire Dynamics offer bespoke courses working with our clients to develop training solutions which are tailored to their own permits and requirements enabling their employees to work safely and in full compliance with legislation.

Fire Dynamics are now running Working at Height seminars for Health and Safety professionals, business owners, Managers and those involved in site safety and risk assessment. During the seminar you will be given an overview of current legislation and working at height regulations. You will also view demonstrations workers suspended in a harness from scaffolding, hand rails and ladders.

If you are involved with entering, controlling or supervising people involved with confined space work you must have received training. People are killed or seriously injured in confined spaces every year in Australia.  This includes a large number of people trying to rescue others without sufficient equipment or training.

Fire Dynamics teach you to consider, can the work be done another way to avoid entry?

The Confined Space Regulations state the following:training centre

    Avoid entry to confined spaces eg. By doing work from outside
    If entry to a confined space is unavoidable, follow a safe system of work
    Put in place adequate emergency arrangements before the work starts

The main danger is an untested atmosphere which may be oxygen deficient or contain atmospheric contaminants. Your brain will be unable to identify these dangers and a Gas Detector or Atmospheric Monitor MUST be used.