Integral Skills Elevated Work Platform (Yellow Card) course is designed for students and employers who use Scissor Lifts & Elevated Work Platforms (EWP's). This competency is often used as an entry level before moving onto the machines with greater reach and capability.
During the course participants gain knowledge in Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment, EWP operation, emergency procedures, pre and post operational checks and how to identify safe operating parameters.
For operating work on EWP's with a boom length over 11 metres, the TLILIC2005A - Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform competency is required.
EWPA (Elevating Work Platform Association of Australia) Yellow Card upon successful completion
This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to safely perform dogging activities.
Learners will understand how to identify hazards, calculate load weights, sling and move loads safely. The training will include sufficient time to allow learners to practice their skills prior to their assessment.
This course is essential for people working in industry who are required to sling and move loads and provides a pathway to obtain your high-risk work licence to perform dogging.
This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to safely operate an EWP.
Learners will understand how to conduct a pre-use check, learn about safety aspects required in operating an EWP, and how to mobile an EWP safely. The training will include sufficient time to allow learners to practice their skills on an EWP prior to their assessment.
This course is essential for people working in Warehousing and Logistics and provides a pathway to obtain your high-risk work licence to operate an EWP.
This course is essential for people who are required to operate a EWP as part of their duties within the workplace.
The forklift is one of the more valuable competencies to possess. This competency covers forklifts from basic right up to container forks.
Due to the multitude of forklifts in industry they are often disregarded and viewed as a machine that can be operated by a novice with no or limited experience. When moving on to various other equipment recognised prior learning can aid in shortening the theory component of subsequent courses.
Nothing could be further from the truth with forklifts accounting for a vast majority of injuries and fatalities in the work place. On investigation a lot of these incidents could have been avoided by operators with more knowledge of the technical expertise required. These may include the balance triangle and safe working loads of forklifts and their attachments.
Basic rigging competencies can provide a full time career in many industries such as Civil construction, Coal mining, Drilling and metaliferous mining.
General Duties: Your duties may include erection of structural steel, assembling large components on machinery, washeries and power houses, erecting of construction equipment such as personnel hoists, placement of pre-cast concrete, construction of safety nets and permanent safety lines.
Intermediate rigging includes all the components for rigging work at the basic level, and also includes rigging of cranes, rigging of conveyors, rigging of dredges and excavators, rigging associated with tilt slabs, rigging associated with demolition work, and dual lifts for licensing purposes.
To be successful as a Intermediate rigger you will be able to plan the work, select and inspect equipment, set up task, erect structures and plant and dismantle structures and plant.
The Advanced Scaffolding course is the last in the line of scaffolding course. Advanced Scaffolding covers how to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding at the Advanced level. Scaffolding consists of all intermediate scaffolding work including all other scaffolding work connected with the use and operation of Hung scaffolds and Suspended scaffolds for licensing purposes.
Advanced Scaffolding also covers the scope of work to plan the job, select and inspect equipment, set up task, erect scaffold and scaffold equipment and dismantle scaffold and scaffolding equipment.
The Basic Scaffolding course is the first level in a series of three courses. Basic Scaffolding covers how to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding at the basic level, consisting of scaffolding work connected with the operation or use of modular or pre-fabricated scaffolds, cantilevered materials hoists with a maximum working load of 500kg, ropes and gin wheels, safety nets and static lines, and bracket scaffolds (tank and formwork) for licensing purposes.
The Intermediate Scaffolding course is the second in the line of Scaffolding courses. Intermediate Scaffolding covers how to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding at the Intermediate level which includes use and operation of Cantilevered crane-loading platforms, Cantilevered and spurred scaffolds, Barrow ramps and sloping platforms, perimeter safety screens and shutters Mast climbers, and tube and coupler scaffolds (including tube and coupler covered ways and gantries) for licensing purposes.
Crane competencies cover all aspects of crane operation and are rated by crane size. This can range from vehicle loading cranes through to open cranes weighing hundreds of tonnes.
A person undertaking this unit must hold a current National High-Risk Work Licence (HRWL) to perform dogging or a certification for a specific VET course for HRWL to perform dogging.
Confined Space tickets are a must have for employees and potential employees of many industries where access to confined spaces occurs on a regular basis, in particular the mining industry.
Integral Skills confined space courses provide training to enable participants to undertake work in the smallest of spaces.
This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to enter and work in confined spaces, gas test atmospheres and work in accordance with issued permits.
Additionally, learners will be able to work safely inside a confined space and then exit safely, including cleaning up their work area when the tasks are completed.
This course is essential for people who are required to enter and work in confined spaces in the course of their employment.
This course is designed for Personnel who are involved with the operation, supervision or inspection of cutting & welding in mines.
MDG25 Training minimises the risks to health and safety of people where cutting and welding activities are being carried out on a mine site or in product processing plants. MDG25 Safe Cutting and Welding at Mines, has been compiled to assist Owners, Operators, Managers and the NSW Department of Primary Industries Mine Safety Operations, to develop, implement and audit management systems for the safe cutting and welding operation in mines.
This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to work safely at heights. This course is designed to meet the requirements from the Resources and Infrastructure Industries training package, RII.
All personnel who have to work at any height should have the knowledge to make informed decisions on hazards, techniques and equipment. The learners will understand how to identify industry requirements, work procedures and instructions. Additionally, learners will be able to access and install height safety equipment safely, perform their heights work safely including cleaning up their work area when the tasks are completed.
This course is essential for people who are required to work at heights in the course of their employment.
LVR/CPR is a short course which provides the participant with the skills & knowledge required to attend to an emergency situation where the casualty has been involved in a rescue from a live LV and/or where the casualty requires CPR.
The CPR unit describes the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines. The unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide CPR, in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.
The LVR Unit covers the performance of rescue procedures from live Low Voltage (LV) apparatus, not including overhead lines and underground cables in the work place. It specifies the mandatory requirements of rescue from a live LV panel and how they apply in the context of transmission, distribution or rail work functions. It encompasses responsibilities for, health, safety and risk management processes at all operative levels and adherence to safety practices as part of the normal way of doing work.
This unit is a Mining Safety and Health Advisory Council requirement for people who are elected as a Site, Safety and Health Representative or hold a position of ‘supervisor’ on a mine site, as defined by their relevant legislation. Therefore, a work place may make an undertaking to have persons in other positions undertake this training too.