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Training Locations

Perth Safety Training Centre

Stretching over 3ha in Perth’s southern suburbs, ERGT Australia’s flagship Safety  Training Centre incorporates both an immersive simulated high-risk workplace, and a specialised Incident Management Training Centre.

The facility includes 25 classrooms, a three-storey production platform, raised helideck complete with Sikorsky S-76A helicopter, sea survival pool for HUET training and state-of-the-art fire ground. It is the biggest centre of its type in the nation and supports industry’s drive for a major shift in the quality of observable training outcomes by immersing trainees in realistic workplace-aligned surroundings.

Perth Incident Management Training Centre

The Incident Management Training Centre is a specialised facility based in our Perth safety training centre. The set-up is used to deliver effective response and management training for major incidents and emergencies, from initial response to corporate incident management.

Incident Commander Training
Fremantle Training Annexe

This water front annexe is well equipped to deliver maritime safety courses comprised of one classroom to deliver theory sessions and a lifeboat launch platform with freefall davit, swing arm davit and twin arm davit  launch mechanism.

Located in North Fremantle, its 5.3 km from  Fremantle station that connects to Perth CBD and 22.5 km from Jandakot training facility. We have a free bus service connecting both the facilities for trainees, in case the training course is designed to deliver part of the training from Jandakot training facility.

Melbourne Safety Training Centre

The Melbourne Safety Training Centre opened in 2014 and is located less than 20km from the city’s central business district, near local industry, major hazard facilities and ports.

Designed to facilitate our immersive, workplace-aligned training model, the centre provides a high-fidelity training environment for the delivery of offshore survival, applied safety and incident response training. The facility includes multiple classrooms with a dedicated fire ground, HUET training area and significant maritime facility equipped with a simulated production platform with separator and acid tank, permit office, a Totally Enclosed Motor Propelled Survival Craft (TEMPSC), and two training pools. An outdoor fire ground is used for incident response training.

Darwin Safety Training Centre

ERGT Australia’s Darwin Safety Training Centre operates across two sites: An industry-leading fire training ground at Charles Darwin University (CDU), and a separate dedicated HUET facility which includes a sea survival pool and a tower for heights safety training.

The fire training ground is part of the CDU’s Northern Australian Centre for Oil and Gas (NACOG) hub and includes a 1000m2 firepad, 10 fire points, Emergency Response Team turn-out room, and other supporting facilities. Through the collaboration, ERGT Australia offers a full range of Incident Response courses for high risk industries including oil and gas, maritime, industrial and defence industries and the local Emergency Services sector.

Darwin Offshore Survival Training Centre

The Offshore Survival Training Centre Training Centre is equipped with a TEMPSC, HUET module, sea survival pool and offshore safety survival equipment.

HUET Training Darwin, NT. Offshore Survival Skills Training
Esso Australia Safety Training Centres

ERGT Australia operates two training centres in East Victoria for Esso Australia, and provides training for other commercial clients using these specialised facilities.

  • The Fire & Emergency Training Centre – Longford
  • The Sea Survival Training Centre – West Sale
Australian Defence Force Safety Training Centres & HUET Locations

ERGT Australia has been operating and delivering custom training from the Australian Defence Forces’ (ADF) Nowra and Townsville training centres since 2016. The ADF also accesses Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET) modules in both Brisbane and Murray Bridge, and the ERGT Australia facility in Darwin for further training.