White Card - Work safely in the construction industry
Who Should Attend
For anyone on a construction site, it is a requirement that a principal contractor must not allow an employer or self-employed person to start construction-type work unless the employer, self-employed persons, and all workers hold a General Construction Induction
The aim of the Construction induction is to provide initial basic health and safety education to all persons working within the building and construction industry.
- On completion of this course, participants will understand:
- Appropriate legislative requirements and responsibilities
- Basic concepts of workplace health and safety plans and work method statements
- Physical building and construction hazards
- Basic Risk Management Concepts including hazard identification, assessment of risk, control of risk and evaluation of control measures
- The hierarchy of controls
- Emergency Procedures
Participants will receive a Course Booklet which includes Common Law and WHS Obligations, Extract from the Workplace Health & Act & Regulations, Risk Management Concepts, Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment, Control Measures, Material Safety Data Sheets and Basic Emergency Procedures.
Participants will undertake a written assessment of multiple choice, true/false and short answer questions. This written assessment will incorporate completion of a Risk Assessment.
Participants who demonstrate competency by successfully completing written assessment will receive an Induction (White) Card and a Statement of Attainment for CPCCOHS1001A Work safety in the construction industry.
The course will be delivered via a face-to-face format in either ASTA training rooms or at your workplace, depending on numbers, client requirements and training facilities.
Call (07) 4153 2800 or refer to the online course calendar.
$80 per participant
Note - minimum and maximum participant numbers apply