Work, health & safety

Workshops

Licence to Operate a Boom-Type Elevating Work Platform (Boom Length 11 Metres or More) TLILIC0005

TLILIC0005

The course relates to a unit which specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a boom-type Elevating Work Platform (EWP) where the length of the boom is 11 metres or more in accordance with all relevant legislative requirements.

Competence in this unit, does not in itself result in a Risk Work Licence (HRWL) to operate this plant. Boom-type elevating work platform means a telescoping device, hinged device, or articulated device, or any combination of these, used to support a platform on which personnel, equipment and materials may be elevated.

The unit of competence will see the student complete theory work and also participate in practical tasks operating the Elevating work platform in a work situation. The student will plan the work, setup and prepare to complete the work, carryout the work followed by packing up the machine and work area.

Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck TLILIC0003

TLILIC0003

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to operate a forklift truck safely in accordance with all relevant legislative requirements.

Competence in this unit, does not in itself result in a HRWL licence to operate this plant. Forklift truck means a powered industrial truck equipped with lifting media made up of a mast and an elevating load carriage to which is attached a pair of fork arms or other attachments that can be raised 900 mm or more above the ground, but does not include a pedestrian-operated truck or a pallet truck.

The unit of competence will see the student complete theory work and also participate in practical tasks operating the forklift in a work situation. The student will plan the work, conduct routine checks on a forklift truck, shift loads in a safe manner, and safely shut down and secure equipment after completing operations

Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry CPCCWHS1001

CPCCWHS1001

A white card (or general construction induction card) is required for workers who want to carry out construction work.
People who need a white card include:
• site managers, supervisors, surveyors, labourers and tradespeople
• people who access operational construction zones (unaccompanied or not directly supervised by an inducted person)
• workers whose employment causes them to routinely enter operational construction zones. 

The white card becomes void if you haven't carried out construction work for two consecutive years or more. Successful completion of this unit requires the person to demonstrate personal awareness and knowledge of health and safety legislative requirements in order to work safely and prevent injury or harm to self and others.

The course material covers identifying and orally reporting common construction hazards, understanding basic risk control measures, and identifying procedures for responding to potential incidents and emergencies. It also covers correctly selecting and fitting common personal protective equipment (PPE) used for construction work.

Workplace Health and Safety Representative Training

HSR

This course is designed for Work Health and Safety Representatives and has been updated to reflect new legislation and the WHS Act and Regulations 2011. 

Health and safety representatives (HSRs) need relevant knowledge and skills to allow them to exercise their powers to promote and ensure the health and safety of members of their work-groups.

Under the WHS Regulations and outlined in section 72 of the WHS Act they are entitled to attend a training course in work health and safety that is approved by the regulator - Safework NSW.

Health and Safety Representatives play an important role in representing the health and safety interests of workers in a work group. The role of the HSR is to facilitate the flow of information about workplace health and safety between employers and workers.
 
This course equips participants with the essential skills for effectively dealing with occupational health and safety issues in the workplace.

Workplace Health and Safety Training - Refresher

HSR-REF

This course is designed for Work Health and Safety Representatives and has been updated to reflect new legislation and the WHS Act and Regulations 2011. Health and safety representatives (HSRs) need relevant knowledge and skills to allow them to exercise their powers to promote and ensure the health and safety of members of their work-groups. Under the WHS Regulations and outlined in section 72 of the WHS Act they are entitled to attend a training course in work health and safety that is approved by the regulator - Safework NSW.

Health and Safety Representatives play an important role in representing the health and safety interests of workers in a work group. The role of the HSR is to facilitate the flow of information about workplace health and safety between employers and workers.

This course equips participants with the essential skills for effectively dealing with occupational health and safety issues in the workplace.