WHS

White Card - Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry

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Course Summary

PURPOSE

This course provides building and construction industry workers with an introductory understanding and knowledge needed to commence or continue work in the building and construction industry.

WHAT WILL YOU GAIN?

You will gain an understanding of

  • 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 (eliminate, substitute, redesign, isolate, administrate and use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Emergency procedures

Scheduled Course Dates

This course is offered 'on demand' or has variable costs and delivery features. Contact the Training Provider for further information and to enrol.

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