Did you know? That to work within 3 metres of a low voltage power network requires MANDATORY Annual National Competency Training

Did you know?
That to work within 3 metres of a low voltage power network requires MANDATORY Annual National Competency Training

UETTDREL14A Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

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Next course is
7.30am Tues 13th Feb at Tuggerah

UETTDREL14A - Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

For workers who perform jobs such as vegetation control, operation of cranes, elevating work platforms, excavators, concrete pumps etc, scaffolding, rigging, painting, and/or any other activity that requires working safely and complying with requirements and/or established procedures near live electrical apparatus by a non-electrical worker.
Working safely up to the defined “safe working zone” near energised electrical apparatus (inc. electrical powerlines) for non-electrical worker including an understanding of risk assessment control measures that encompass job safety assessment but excluding any work that is or may be performed by other competent operatives within the defined “safe working zone”.

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RIIWHS204D Work safely at heights

UETTDREL14A - Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

Free MSA Workman Harness when you book in for these Work safely at heights courses valued at $169

LIMITED PLACES!

RIIWHS204D Work safely at heights
Friday 19th January at Tuggerah (Central Coast)

This is the course everyone needs to have when they are considered to be working at heights.
Working at heights simply means when a worker can fall from one level to another and sustain an injury as defined in the WHS Act. This course is also the prerequisite for many higher levels of heights training.  Persons who complete working at heights training should complete refresher training at intervals no greater than every 2 years to maintain industry competency levels.
Some of the subjects and practical exercise trained:
•    Relevant sections of the 2011 WHS legislation
•    Safe Work Australia Work Safely at Heights Code of Practice
•    Australian Standards references
•    Height safety hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control
•    Types of height work (slopes, pitched roofs, brittle/fragile roofs, ladders, EWP, etc.)
•    Height safety hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control
•    Work safety at heights – fall safety
•    Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing
•    Fall protection equipment
•    Checking safety equipment
•    Preventing suspension trauma
•    Finishing work at heights
•    Risk assessment, control, monitoring and review
•    Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS)
•    Working at heights permit

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UETTDREL14A Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

UETTDREL14A - Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

UETTDREL14A – Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

Powerlines Course

Thursday 18th January at 7.30am CTC Safety Tuggerah (Central Coast)

Phone now 1300 386 263 Limited places ONLY!

This Competency Standard Unit covers compliance with working safely up to the defined “safe approach distance” near energised electrical apparatus (inc. electrical powerlines) for non-electrical workers. It includes work functions that may be performed, such as vegetation control, scaffolding, rigging, painting, and/or any other activity that requires working safely and complying with requirements and/or established procedures near live electrical apparatus by a non-electrical worker. Also included is the preparation of risk assessment control measures that encompass job safety assessment. It does not include any work that is or may be performed by other competent operatives within the defined “safe working zone”. The defined “safe working zone” is that so defined by relevant State or Territory regulatory agencies/bodies, local government legislation, Industry bi-partite body – Guidelines/Codes of Practices or other related requirements for Safe work and access near live Electrical and Mechanical Apparatus.

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2018 Public Course Calendar Jan-Mar

Download our Calendar for next year 2018 January – March

We will reopen on Monday January 8th 2018

If you have any enquiries before this date please email us at contact@ctcsafety.com.au

2018 Public Course Calendar Jan-Mar


RIIWHS204D Work safely at heights Courses at Tuggerah

RIIWHS204D Work safely at heights

CTC Safety – Train with Industry Experienced Trainers/Assessors

safey working at heights courseNext Public courses at Tuggerah are 13 Oct, 10 Nov, 8 Dec 2017 – Group bookings also available

Persons who complete working at heights training should complete refresher training at intervals no greater than 12 months to maintain industry competency levels. This is the course everyone needs to have when they are considered to be working at height. Working at heights simply means when a worker can fall from one level to another and sustain an injury as defined in the WHS Act. This course is also the prerequisite for many higher levels of heights training.
 
Call us now on (02) 9979 7888 or email us at contact@ctcsafety.com.au
 


UETTDREL14A Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

UETTDREL14A Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

Next public courses at Tuggerah are: 29th Sept, 26 Oct, 23 Nov 2017

UETTDREL14ABook in early these courses are filling fast!

This course is aimed at personnel who require compliance with working safely up to the defined “safe approach distance” near energised electrical apparatus (inc. electrical powerlines) for non-electrical workers. It includes work functions that may be performed, such as vegetation control, scaffolding, rigging, painting, and/or any other activity that requires working safely and complying with requirements and/or established procedures near live electrical apparatus by a non-electrical worker. Also included is the preparation of risk assessment control measures that encompass job safety assessment. It does not include any work that is or may be performed by other competent operatives within the defined “safe working zone”. The defined “safe working zone” is that so defined by relevant State or Territory regulatory agencies/bodies, local government legislation, Industry bi-partite body – Guidelines/Codes of Practices or other related requirements for Safe work and access near live Electrical and Mechanical Apparatus.

Call us now on (02) 9979 7888 or email us at contact@ctcsafety.com.au


RIICCM202D Identify, locate and protect underground services Courses

RIICCM202D Identify, locate and protect underground services Courses

Next public courses at Tuggerah Central Coast – dates are 28th Sept, 27th Oct and 24 Nov 2017

underground services course

CTC Safety delivers a Nationally Recognised underground services course (Identify, locate and protect underground services).
This course is aimed at personnel who require the knowledge and skills to identify, locate and protect underground services in Civil
Construction, appropriate for those working in operational role.

Call one of our friendly training consultants now on (02) 9979 7888 or email us at contact@ctcsafety.com.au

 

 


UETTDREL14A – Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

UETTDREL14A – Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker

This overhead powerlines course is from the UET12 Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector Training Package

This course is now offered at the Central Coast CTC Safety Tuggerah our next course is scheduled for Friday 29th September. Places are filling up fast don’t miss out. Call us now on (02) 9979 7888.

This course is for workers requiring compliance with working safely up to the defined “safe approach distance” near energised electrical apparatus (inc. electrical powerlines) for non-electrical workers. It includes work functions that may be performed, such as vegetation control, scaffolding, rigging, painting, and/or any other activity that requires working safely and complying with requirements and/or established procedures near live electrical apparatus by a non-electrical worker.

Also included is the preparation of risk assessment control measures that encompass job safety assessment. It does not include any work that is or may be performed by other competent operatives within the defined “safe working zone”. The defined “safe working zone” is that so defined by relevant State or Territory regulatory agencies/bodies, local government legislation, Industry bi-partite body – Guidelines/Codes of Practices or other related requirements for Safe work and access near live Electrical and Mechanical Apparatus.

UETTDREL14A

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Supervise Asbestos Removal Course at Tuggerah Friday 15th 2017

Supervise Asbestos Removal Course at Tuggerah Friday 15th 2017

Train with Industry Experts – book now to avoid disappointment

asbestos supervisorThis course is for workers who are required to supervise the removal process for friable and non-friable asbestos containing material (ACM). The unit includes planning for and supervising the removal process, including preparing the work area and the work site, using safe and compliant removal practices, maintaining safety procedures, and supervising the decontamination and removal processes.

Ensuring compliance with the asbestos removal control plan (ARCP) is central to the effective performance of the role. This includes ensuring and documenting that required air monitoring and other testing and certification processes are conducted by licensed asbestos assessors according to legislation.

Call us to book in now (02) 9979 7888 or email us at contact@ctcsafety.com.au

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Train with industry experts – MSMWHS216 Operate Breathing Apparatus

Train with industry experts – MSMWHS216 Operate Breathing Apparatus

CTC Safety Tuggerah on 25th September

breathing apparatus course

This course is for operators who are required to wear breathing apparatus because they are working: in a confined space, with hazardous gases/vapours in an oxygen deficient atmosphere, in other situations requiring the wearing of breathing apparatus.

This is a half day course and you will receive a national accredition – statement of attainment in MSMWHS216 Operate Breathing Apparatus.

Call us to book in now (02) 9979 7888 or email us at contact@ctcsafety.com.au

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