Sydney Safety Training

Welcome to Sydney Safety Training

Sydney Safety Training provides a variety of health and safety courses to ensure that workers are knowledgeable and compliant with the latest safety standards. They offer courses on topics such as working at height, confined space safety and asbestos awareness. Their courses are nationally accredited and offer qualifications that are in line with the National Framework of Training. They also offer WorkSafe NSW approved courses for supervisors of friable and non-friable asbestos.


Confined space training course (Face to face)

The Confined Spaced training course (UETSS00040) is a nationally accredited competency based training programme that has a balance of theory and practical elements of working in a confined space. Depending on the programme you select your staff will be trained in how to enter a confined space safely, confined space hazards & control measures, confined space risk assessing, working in accordance with a confined space permit. They may also be trained as competent gas testers, users of breathing apparatus, permit observers, CPR, work permit issuers and confined space rescuers. See our course options above.

Heights training course (Face to Face)

This is the training course (RIIWHS204E) everyone needs to have when they are considered to be working at height. Working at heights simply means when a worker can fall from one level to another and sustain an injury as defined in the WHS Act. This course is also the prerequisite for many higher levels of heights training. The course covers a wide range of topics related to working safely at heights, including fall arrest systems, work positioning systems, and fall restraint systems.

Asbestos Awareness Training (Face to face)

Asbestos awareness training (11084NAT) is critical for workers and supervisors in order to identify and work safely with asbestos or asbestos containing material. The main purpose of awareness training is to ensure that workers understand where asbestos might be found and what steps need to be taken in order to stay safe. Training provides information on:

  • Identification, safe handling and appropriate control measures for asbestos containing materials (ACMs)
  • Naturally occurring asbestos
  • Loose fill asbestos (raw asbestos crushed into a fine state and installed as insulation)

Employers and businesses (or other PCBU) are responsible for giving workers appropriate information and instruction about the risks and controls necessary to do their work safely.

Incident Investigator training (Face to face)

The ICAM Incident Investigator programme (RIIWHS301E Conduct safety and health investigations) is designed to provide entry level training for all staff who may be involved in investigating incidents. The programme covers a range of topics including working in a team, conducting investigations, and root cause analysis. The training will ensure that participants understand how to effectively carry out incident investigations and drive WHS culture within their organisation. This will ultimately enhance risk assessment processes and drive better outcomes for organisations.

Work Health and Safety Culture Training (Face to face)

This is a programme to embrace all your staff, supervisors and managers to enable them to work in one harmonious safety culture within your business. This is not a lecture programme, it is a guided inclusive presentation that requires all staff to become engaged in the presentation and therefore in the safety process in your business.

Through this programme, staff will gain an understanding of the importance of working safely, and will be awarded two national units of competency: MSMPER300 - Issue work permits, and MSMWHS201 - Conduct hazard analysis. This will help to create a safe and cohesive workplace culture, where everyone is aware of the importance of safety and works together to ensure a safe working environment.

Note: Most of Sydney Safety Training’s OHS/WHS courses are Nationally Recognised but check before purchasing if this is critical for you.

Face to face learning

When it comes to learning, there is no one-size-fits-all method. Some students prefer to learn independently, while others prefer to be in a more structured environment. However, face-to-face learning has been shown to be an effective way to learn knowledge and skills. This is because it often combines different ways of learning, such as writing, reading, discussion, presentations, projects, group work, film clips and demonstration. This allows students to learn in a way that best suits their needs and preferences. In addition, face-to-face learning provides opportunities for students to receive feedback and support from their peers and instructors.

Advantages of Face to face learning

  1. Face to face interaction with learning instructor
  2. Enables more effective non-verbal communication
  3. Ability to motivate, inspire and engage
  4. Ability to discuss, collaborate, practice and role play


Sydney Safety Training

211 Woodville Rd

Villawood NSW 2163