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"Our courses provide participants with the skills to effectively perform their work."
Glenn Hall - Worksafe Assessor

CPCCLSF2001A - PERFORM BASIC SCAFFOLDING

The aim of this accredited course is to develop the knowledge and skills of candidates applying for the National OH&S License in High Risk Work in Basic Scaffolding. The knowledge and skills gained will enable the participants to apply to have their competencies assessed.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE

Participants must be 18 years of age (minimum) for training and licensing. Be sufficiently fluent in the use of the English language for communication and interpretation purposes and they should have COMPLETED YEAR 10 LEVEL.
 An Understanding of basic mathematics.

COURSE CONTENT

Comply with Occupational Health and Safety Policy and Procedures

CPCCLSF2001A Perform Basic Scaffolding Work
·    Requirements for License.

·    OH&S Legislation (Acts, Regulations and Duty of Care)
·    Application of Australian Standards and National Standards.
·    Fall Prevention (Harness/lanyard inspection and applications)
·    Personal and general safety
·    Inspection and application of fibre ropes, bends, hitches, splices and gin wheels
·    Plan and prepare work
·    Estimating weights and quantities of scaffold gear
·    Calculating dead and live loads of scaffolds
·    Completion of scafftag and handover certificate.
·    Safety nets and static lines
·    Cantilevered materials hoist with a SWL up to 500kg, CCL’s and mast climbers.

COURSE OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course the participant will be able to carry out the following;

·    Plan and prepare work on site.

·    Identify workplace hazards and implement appropriate control measures
·    Conduct inspections of all scaffolding gear/equipment before and after use, repairing if necessary
·    Erect modular scaffold and gin wheel
·    Alter and repair scaffold if necessary
·    Dismantle scaffolding equipment/gear and store in appropriate area.
·    Erect Cantilevered materials hoist with a SWL up to 500kg/ Erect Safety nets and static lines

DURATION

5 days; 08:00 till 15.30 or 6 nights: 16.00 till 21.00/or structured timeframe to suit clients requirements

LICENSE ASSESSMENT

A supervised written and practical assessment will be conducted by a registered WorkSafe WA Assessor.

A Statement of Attainment and a 60day Interim Notice of Assessment will be issued to successful applicants.

Current requirements for WorkSafe WA HRL applications include, a fee of $82.00, 2 x passport size photos, as well as 2 forms of ID covering both Primary and Secondary sections as mentioned below;

Primary ID can be in the form of Australian Passport, photographic type Motor Vehicle Drivers License, original or certified copy of your Birth Certificate, current Overseas Passport and a valid High Risk Work License card, Proof of Age.
Secondary ID can be in the form of, Medicare card, Australian Pension card, current credit card of ATM card, current water, gas, electricity account bill, not more than 12months old

PLEASE NOTE: the two forms of identification MUST BE PROVIDED before WorkSafe issues the relevant High Risk License.


CPCCLSF3001A - PERFORM INTERMEDIATE SCAFFOLDING

The aim of this accredited course is to develop the knowledge and skills of candidates applying for the National OH&S License to Perform High Risk Work in Intermediate Scaffolding. The knowledge and skills gained will enable the participants to apply to have their competencies assessed.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE

Participants must be 18 years of age (minimum) for training and licensing. Be sufficiently fluent in the use of the English language for communication and interpretation purposes and they should have COMPLETED YEAR 10 LEVEL.
 An Understanding of basic mathematics.

Hold a current WorkSafe License to Perform High Risk Work in Basic Scaffolding.

COURSE CONTENT

Comply with Occupational Health and Safety Policy and Procedures CPCCLSF3001A Perform Intermediate Scaffolding Work
·    Requirements for License.

·    OH&S Legislation (Acts, Regulations and Duty of Care)
·    Application of Australian Standards and National Standards.
·    Personal and general safety
·    Mast climbers
·    Cantilevered crane loading platforms
·    Sloping working platforms and barrow ramps
·    Cantilevered and spurred scaffolds
·    Cantilevered catch platforms
·    Force diagrams
·    Scaffolding boards, members and parts
·    Drawing tube-and-coupler scaffold plans
·    Tube-and-coupler scaffolding circular structures
·    Scaffold inspection

COURSE OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course the participant will be able to carry out the following;

·    Plan and prepare work on site.

·    Identify workplace hazards and implement appropriate control measures
·    Conduct inspections of all scaffolding gear/equipment before and after use, repairing if necessary
·    Alter and repair scaffold if necessary
·    Dismantle scaffolding equipment/gear and store in appropriate area.

DURATION

5 days 08:00 Till 15.30 or 5 nights 16.00 Till 21.00 or structured timeframe to suit client’s requirements

LICENSE ASSESSMENT

A supervised written and practical assessment will be conducted by a registered WorkSafe WA Assessor.

A Statement of Attainment and a 60day Interim Notice of Assessment will be issued to successful applicants.

Current requirements for WorkSafe WA HRL applications include, a fee of $82.00, 2 x passport size photos, as well as 2 forms of ID covering both Primary and Secondary sections as mentioned below;

Primary ID can be in the form of Australian Passport, photographic type Motor Vehicle Drivers License, original or certified copy of your Birth Certificate, current Overseas Passport and a valid High Risk Work License card, Proof of Age.
Secondary ID can be in the form of, Medicare card, Australian Pension card, current credit card of ATM card, current water, gas, electricity account bill, not more than 12months old.

PLEASE NOTE: the two forms of identification MUST BE PROVIDED before WorkSafe issues the relevant High Risk License


CPCCLSF4001A - PERFORM ADVANCED SCAFFOLDING

The aim of this accredited course is to develop the knowledge and skills of candidates applying for the National OH&S License to Perform High Risk Work in Advanced Scaffolding. The knowledge and skills gained will enable the participants to apply to have their competencies assessed.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE

Participants must be 18 years of age (minimum) for training and licensing. Be sufficiently fluent in the use of the English language for communication and interpretation purposes and they should have COMPLETED YEAR 10 LEVEL.
 An Understanding of basic mathematics.

Hold a current WorkSafe License to Perform High Risk Work in Intermediate Scaffolding.

COURSE CONTENT

Comply with Occupational Health and Safety Policy and Procedures
CPCCLSF4001A Perform Advanced Scaffolding Work
·    Requirements for License.
·    OH&S Legislation (Acts, Regulations and Duty of Care)
·    Application of Australian Standards and National Standards.
·    Fall Prevention (Harness/lanyard inspection and applications)
·    Personal and general safety
·    Cantilevered hoists all types
·    Hung scaffolds (from tubes, wire ropes and chains)
·    Flexible steel wire rope
·    Chains
·    Suspended scaffolds (including swing stages and boatswain’s chairs)
·    Levers, needles and outriggers

COURSE OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course the participant will be able to carry out the following;
·    Plan and prepare work on site.

·    Identify workplace hazards and implement appropriate control measures
·    Conduct inspections of all scaffolding gear/equipment before and after use, repairing if necessary
·    Alter and repair scaffold if necessary
·    Dismantle scaffolding equipment/gear and store in appropriate area.

DURATION

4 days 08:00 Till 15.30 or 4 nights 16.00 Till 21.00 or structured timeframe to suit client’s requirements

LICENSE ASSESSMENT

A supervised written and practical assessment will be conducted by a registered WorkSafe WA Assessor.

A Statement of Attainment and a 60day Interim Notice of Assessment will be issued to successful applicants.

Current requirements for WorkSafe WA HRL applications include, a fee of $82.00, 2 x passport size photos, as well as 2 forms of ID covering both Primary and Secondary sections as mentioned below;

Primary ID can be in the form of Australian Passport, photographic type Motor Vehicle Drivers License, original or certified copy of your Birth Certificate, current Overseas Passport and a valid High Risk Work License card, Proof of Age.
Secondary ID can be in the form of, Medicare card, Australian Pension card, current credit card of ATM card, current water, gas, electricity account bill, not more than 12months old.

PLEASE NOTE: the two forms of identification MUST BE PROVIDED before WorkSafe issues the relevant High Risk Licenses



TLILIC508A - CONDUCT ELEVATED WORK PLATFORM OPERATIONS

The aim of this accredited course is to provide participants with the skills to operate an Elevating Work Platform in a competent, safe and efficient manner. The training and assessing is conducted in accordance with current Australian Standards AS; 2550.10.Safe use of Elevating Work Platforms. Any person operating an EWP which has a boom capable of extending to or more than 11 metres must hold a WorkSafe Elevating Work Platform License to Perform High Risk Work.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE

Participants must be 18 years of age (minimum) for training and licensing. Be sufficiently fluent in the use of the English language for communication and interpretation purposes and they should have COMPLETED YEAR 10 LEVEL.
 An Understanding of basic mathematics..

COURSE CONTENT

Comply with Occupational Health and Safety Policy and Procedures,
TLILIC508A Elevating Work Platform Operations
·    Requirements for License.

·    OH&S Legislation (Acts, Regulations and Duty of Care)
·    Application of Australian Standards and National Standards.
·    Fall Prevention (Harness/lanyard inspection and applications)
·    Personal and general safety
·    Identification of workplace hazards and application of control measures
·    Principles of EWP operations
·    Start up and shutdown procedures
·    Communication with key personnel and others at the worksite
·    Stability of the EWP
·    Routine inspections of the EWP before and after each use

COURSE OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course the participant will be able to carry out the following;

·    Plan the task in conjunction with site personnel and site supervisor

·    Identify workplace hazards and implement appropriate control measures
·    Conduct routine inspections of EWP before and after use.
·    Correct positioning and setting up of the EWP
·    Correct employment of outriggers
·    Operate the EWP within the units SWL and operators manual (information)
·    Work within confined spaces
·    Perform parking and shutdown procedures

DURATION

Approximately 2 days 08:00 Till 15.30 or 2 Nights 16.00 Till 21.00 structured time frame to suit client’s requirements

LICENSE ASSESSMENT

A supervised written and practical assessment will be conducted by a registered WorkSafe WA Assessor.

A Statement of Attainment and a 60day Interim Notice of Assessment will be issued to successful applicants.

Current requirements for WorkSafe WA HRL applications include, a fee of $82.00, 2 x passport size photos, as well as 2 forms of ID covering both Primary and Secondary sections as mentioned below;

Primary ID can be in the form of Australian Passport, photographic type Motor Vehicle Drivers License, original or certified copy of your Birth Certificate, current Overseas Passport and a valid High Risk Work License card, Proof of Age.
Secondary ID can be in the form of, Medicare card, Australian Pension card, current credit card of ATM card, current water, gas, electricity account bill, not more than 12 months old.

PLEASE NOTE: the two forms of identification MUST BE PROVIDED before WorkSafe issues the relevant High Risk Licenses


TLILIC108A - CONDUCT FORK-LIFT OPERATIONS

The aim of this accredited course is to provide participants with the skills to operate a Forklift Truck Operation in a competent, safe and efficient manner. The training and assessing is conducted in accordance with the above mentioned training package and WorkSafe Assessment Instrument for Forklift Truck Operations.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE

Participants must be 18 years of age (minimum) for training and licensing. Be sufficiently fluent in the use of the English language for communication and interpretation purposes and they should have
COMPLETED YEAR 10 LEVEL.
 An Understanding of basic mathematics..

COURSE CONTENT

Comply with Occupational Health and Safety Policy and Procedures

TLILIC108A - Forklift Operations
•    Requirements for license
•    OH&S Legislation (Acts, Regulations and Duty of Care)
•    Application of National Standards and Australian Standards: 2359.2.
•    Personal and general safety
•    Inspection and application of lifting gear, FSWR, chains, synthetic slings and accessories
•    Slinging methods and calculations
•    Identification of workplace hazards and application of appropriate control measures
•    Principles of forklift trucks Operations
•    Load charts, structural characteristics, stability limitations, rear-end swing and movement
•    Signals and communications
•    Loading, transporting and placement of loads
•    Parking and shutdown procedures

COURSE OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course the participant will be able to carry out the following;
•    Carry out pre-operational checks to manufacturers specifications
•    Identify workplace hazards and implement appropriate control measures
•    Carry out operator maintenance to manufacturers specifications
•    Operating within confined spaces of other FLT’s
•    Stacking and de-stacking of loads
•    Operating on uneven surfaces
•    Correct usage of forklift attachments.
•    Perform parking and shutdown procedures.

DURATION

Approximately 2 days 08:00 Till 15.30 or 2 Nights 16.00 Till 21.00 structured time frame to suit client’s requirements

LICENSE ASSESSMENT

A supervised written and practical assessment will be conducted by a registered WorkSafe WA Assessor. A Statement of Attainment and a 60day Interim Notice of Assessment will be issued to successful applicants. Current requirements for WorkSafe WA HRL applications include, a fee of $82.00, 2 x passport size photos, as well as 2 forms of ID covering both Primary and Secondary sections as mentioned below; Primary ID can be in the form of Australian Passport, photographic type Motor Vehicle Drivers License, original or certified copy of your Birth Certificate, current Overseas Passport and a valid High Risk Work License card, Proof of Age. Secondary ID can be in the form of, Medicare card, Australian Pension card, current credit card of ATM card, current water, gas, electricity account bill, not more than 12months old.

PLEASE NOTE: the two forms of identification MUST BE PROVIDED before WorkSafe issues the relevant High Risk Licenses


CPCCOHS100A - WORK SAFETY IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY COURSE

The aim of this accredited course is to develop the knowledge and skills of candidates applying for the Work Safety in the Construction Industry ticket (White Card). The knowledge and skills gained will enable the participants to apply to have their competencies assessed.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE

Participants must be 18 years of age (minimum) for training and licensing.
 Be sufficiently fluent in the use of the English language for communication and interpretation purposes and they should have COMPLETED YEAR 10 LEVEL.
 An Understanding of basic mathematics

COURSE CONTENT

CPCCOHS100A Work Safety in the Construction Industry.

REQUIREMENTS

•    Identify OHS legislative requirements. Comply with Occupational Health and Safety Policy and Procedures.
•    Identify construction hazards and control measures..
•     Identify OHS communication and reporting processes Identify workplace hazards and implement
Appropriate control measures.
•    Identify OHS incident response procedures.

COURSE OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course the participant will be able to carry out the following;

•    explain the basic OHS legislative requirements which will be applicable to own work
•    explain the meaning of safety signs and symbols
•    identify common construction hazards
•    Discuss the basic principles of risk management.

DURATION

Approx 4 Hours/or structured timeframe to suit clients requirements

LICENSE ASSESSMENT

A registered WorkSafe WA Assessor will conduct a supervised written and practical assessment.

Successful applicants will be issued a worksafe ticket in CPCCOHS100A Work Safety in the Construction Industry.

PLEASE NOTE: the two forms of identification MUST BE PROVIDED before GHScaffolding issues the relevant Ticket.

RIIOHS204A - HEIGHT SAFETY COURSE

    •    Height Safety Awareness

    •    Harness Appreciation

    •    Inspection of Safety Harnesses

    •    Prevention of Safety Harnesses

    •    Prevention of Falls In the Work Place
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