Start Time
December 16, 2021
End Time
December 16, 2021
4 Coolah Rd, Broadmeadow NSW 2292

Course Description

MSMSS00003 - Use High Pressure Water Jetting Equipment

MSMWJ201– Use high pressure water jetting equipment

MSMWHS200 – Work safely

MSMPER200 – Work in accordance with an issued permit

MSMWHS110 – Follow emergency response procedures 

Brief outline of training

High Pressure Water Jetting Worker replaces our old HPWJ assistant course. It covers training for personnel new to high pressure water jetting and covers everything from equipment, how to operate the equipment safely, the dangers of HPWJ, safe work practices and associated law, work permits and emergency response practices. The end result producing an operator that requires supervision but more than capable of carrying out high pressure water jet work.

This course is delivered in accordance with AS24233.1 2013 Part 1 High Pressure Water Jetting Systems Safe Operation and Maintenance and National Code of Conduct – Guide for managing Risks from High Pressure Water Jetting.

Who should attend this course

All persons intending to work with high pressure water jet equipment classified in the Class B range of high pressure water pumps and require knowledge of the associated dangers and how to operate this equipment safely.


Asset Training highly recommends that anyone new to high pressure water jetting undergo the HPWJ Worker course prior to the HPWJ Operator course because of the dangers associated with high pressure water jetting work. So important is the training for this work Asset Training has put together a 3 day combined HPWJ Worker/Operator course at a discounted price to ensure the safety of those new to the industry.

Recognition of prior learning

Asset Training recognises accredited training by other Registered Training Organisations, work & life experience and previous training for the RPL process.

Applications for recognition of prior learning should be made via the online enrolment form.

Refresher training & Verification of competency

Refresher training or VOC’s are available for this course and are required every 2 years.


Assessment will consist of some written activities with multiple answer question format plus, a practical assessment covering the use of equipment and a practical test in high pressure water blasting.

Important information



Photo ID

Long pants and long sleeve shirt

Steel cap boots

All safety and HPWJ course equipment is provided


Robert Comerford
Trainer & Assessor