The CAWC (Man-Lock) is a mandatory five-day training course for individuals who are assigned to work in compressed air (CA) environment. It covers the WSH Act and subsidiary legislation applicable to compressed air works; compressed air illness (decompression illnesses and Dysbaric Osteonecrosis) and Barotrauma; hyperbaric physics; chamber operations; control measures for CAW and oxygen first aid procedures.
At the end of the course, course participants will be able to:
44 hours including 4 hours of assessment
A mandatory training course for individuals who are assigned as Man-Lock Attendants at construction worksites or any place that requires personnel to work in compressed air (CA) environment. No person shall be employed as a man-lock attendant in a worksite where work in a compressed air environment is carried out unless he has received adequate training to familiarize him with the hazards associated with compression, decompression, and compressed air illness and with the keeping of records under these regulations.
Workplace literacy and Numeracy Level 5 or equivalent. Must be certified medically fit; should have a normal colour vision; trained in first aid and possess knowledge of diving, compressed air work, hyperbaric environments or hyperbaric medicine and fire-fighting.
Upon successful completion of training, WSH Officers can apply for 20 SDU points as part of their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program CPD/106/A1B/058 (WEF 01 Jul 2022 – 31 Dec 2022)
Course Flyer Application Form
Please note all courses are provisional until formal confirmation and course joining details are sent.
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