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MSS Safety is a registered training organisation (RTO 40349),

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Nationally Recognised Training

Enter Confined Space

MSMPER205 Enter Confined Space

Initial & Refresher courses. Inc. MSMPER200 & MSMWHS217 Gas test atmospheres.
Enter Confined Space

Nationally Recognised Training

Work Safely At Height

RIIWHS204D Work Safely At Height

RIIWHS204D Initial and refresher course
Work Safely At Height

Nationally Recognised Training

Breathing Apparatus

MSMWHS216 Operate Breathing Apparatus

MSMWHS216 Initial and refresher as required by AS1715:2009 2.4
Breathing Apparatus

Nationally Recognised Training

ECO: Warden

PUAWER005B Operate as part of an emergency control organisation

Emergency Control Organisation Training
ECO: Warden

Nationally Recognised Training

ECO: Chief Warden

PUAWER006B Lead an emergency control organisation

Emergency Control Organisation training Note: Pre-requisite unit required: PUAWER005B
ECO: Chief Warden

Nationally Recognised Training

Low Voltage Rescue (with CPR)

UETTDRRF06B Perform Rescue from a live LV Panel

Rescue from a Live LV anel includes pre-requisite: HLTAID001 Provide CPR
Low Voltage Rescue (with CPR)

Nationally Recognised Training

Provide CPR

HLTAID001 Provide CPR

HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Provide CPR

Nationally Recognised Training

Participate in a Rescue Operation

PUASAR022B Participate in a Rescue Operation

ERT basic training
Participate in a Rescue Operation

The importance of adequate training, reviewing and maintaining control measures, even something as simple as PPE, has been sadly highlighted once more.

A 27-year-old German woman who fell 13 floors to her death on a Perth construction site on Monday had taken her safety harness off only moments before.

Gerry Hanssen, managing director of contractor Hanssen, said Marianka Heumann was ready to end her shift putting silicone in a lift shaft and had taken her safety harness off.

'She must have been ready to knock off but doubled back to fix a mistake,' he told ABC radio.

'She took the harness off and must have looked back and she left a small section 20cm out or something and she obviously thought 'I better fix that before I go'.'

The fall from the high rise apartment complex would have been about 60 metres and the woman was pronounced dead at Royal Perth Hospital.

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