We are a major player in the industry and have qualified assessors conducting over 10,000 plant assessment in Australia every year. During the last 10 years, we have been delivering Plant Risk Assessment Training to leading building and engineering firms across the country and have now developed a nationally accredited plant risk assessment training course in conjunction with WAM Training (RTO No: 22054).
The course is based on national best practices and our 20 years of experience in the business.
Plant Risk Assessment Training
BSBWHS508A Manage WHS Hazards Associated With Plant
This unit covers the skills and knowledge required to manage hazards associated with plant and to comply with WHS/OHS legislation. Topics include:
- Complying with WHS/OHS legislation
- Organisational policies, procedures, processes and systems incorporating the management of hazards associated with plant
- Identification of hazards
- Risk assessment of hazards
- Controlling of hazards
- Requirements for buying and selling plant items
- Registration, licencing and certification requirements
2 days face-to-face, plus pre-course reading
WAM Training, 73 Doherty’s Rd, Laverton North
On-site training available upon request.
Price upon application
Tea/Coffee is provided. There is also a café/takeaway located on site
Casual clothing and safety boots
All required material is supplied
Trainees will be assessed using a short-answer written test, case studies, and the completion of actual plant risk assessments.
Upon completion of this course, trainees will have the skills and knowledge required to:
- Comply with WHS/OHS legislation
- Identify, assess, control and manage plant hazards
- Comply with registration, licencing and certification requirements
Once competence is achieved, trainees will receive a Statement of Attainment
Language, Literacy and Numeracy
Trainees need to be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to work by themselves and as part of a team, exercising judgement in the selection of equipment, services or contingency plans. Trainees must be able to utilise workplace documentation without the guidance of another person.
The training and assessment may involve working with heavy machinery, bending, crawling and light to medium lifting.
Australian Risk Services and WAMtraining
RTO No: 22054
WAM Industrial Training Centre
2/73 Doherty’s Rd Laverton North
Bookings: 1300 266 172
Fax: 07 3112 4182
PO Box 673
North Melbourne, Vic 3051