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Chain of responsibility – Ensure the safety of transport activities – TLIF0009

Chain of responsibility

      Ensure the safety of transport activities

TLIF0009

DELIVERY – Online/Flexible

DURATION – Self paced

DELIVERY DAYS – Flexible

FEES – $100

Career Pathways:

Leading Hand
Supervisor
WHS Officer

Course Description 

Chain of Responsibility addresses the need to enhance the effectiveness of risk management strategies for industry activities and ensuring linkage and implementation of employers Safety Systems and Procedures to mitigate and manage risks. Upon completion of the program, students will have a detailed knowledge of the Chain of Responsibility within a workplace and the applicable legislation.

Course Content 

Understand Chain of Responsibility Requirements, Undertake appropriate action to achieve compliance, Monitor and Review workplace policy and procedure, Identify features of chain of responsibility, Follow Chain of responsibility regulations, Communication skills required to communicate and present objectives to employees, Problem-solving skills and procedures for formulating safety solutions

Lockout & Tagout – Isolate and access plant – RIISAM202E

Lockout & Tagout

Isolate and access plant

RIISAM202E

DELIVERY – Online/Flexible

DURATION – Self paced

DELIVERY DAYS – Flexible

FEES – $150

Potential Career Pathways

Machine Operator

Mining

Maintenance staff

Supervisor or Team Leader

Course Description

 Isolate and access plant RIISAM202E is a nationally recognized course providing the skills and knowledge required to safely isolate and access plant for inspection, cleaning and maintenance.

Course Content

Plan and prepare for isolate and access plant, Applying plant and equipment isolation points, Isolate plant, Identifying and managing potential plant and site hazards, Permit-to-work system and documentation, Identifying isolation devices — type and purpose and Returning plant to service

Undertake Manual Handling – MEM11011

MEM11011

Undertake manual handling

Australian Skills Group

The MEM11011 Undertake Manual Handling unit applies to lifting and moving materials manually and/or using basic manual handling equipment in a wide range of environments.

Maximum manual lifting weight is limited to National Occupational Health and Safety Commission (NOHSC) recommendations.

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Licensing/Regulatory Information

Not applicable.

Pre-Requisites

This unit has no prerequisites.

Employability Skills Information

This unit contains employability skills.

Elements and Performance Criteria

Lift materials manually

  • Material weight is determined correctly utilising most appropriate technique, and risks associated with lifting are assessed.

  • Lifting techniques are undertaken to National Occupational Health and Safety Commission (NOHSC) and standard operating procedures. Types of movement, methods, storage, height and position are considered.

Move/shift materials manually

  •  Appropriate equipment is selected where required.

  • Material is placed safely and securely on moving equipment.

  • Material is relocated ensuring safety of personnel and security of material.

  • Material is unloaded from moving equipment and placed in a safe and secure manner.

Required Skills and Knowledge

Look for evidence that confirms skills in:

  • identifying relevant standards and lifting techniques
  • assessing weight of material
  • selecting lifting equipment
  • working and communicating in teams
  • assessing risks
  • planning
  • reading and interpreting routine information on written job instructions, specifications and standard operating procedures. May include drawings
  • following oral instructions

Required Knowledge

Look for evidence that confirms knowledge of:

  • manual handling techniques
  • hazards of incorrect procedures
  • NOHSC standards for manual handling
  • safe work practices and procedures

Gas Test Atmospheres – MSMWHS217

MSMWHS217

Gas test atmospheres

Australian Skills Group

The MSMWHS217 Gas Test Atmospheres unit is about testing the working atmosphere to determine if it is safe for the proposed work. Testing involves the use of electronic test apparatus.

Application of the Unit

In a typical scenario an individual may be required to carry out gas testing of an atmosphere prior to entering a specific area or workspace. The competency requires the person to interpret readings and take actions based on the interpretation.

This unit is modelled on the Public Safety unit PUAFIR307A Monitor hazardous atmospheres, but does not have the prerequisites, which are not required in the industrial context. The unit is more focused on the needs of that sector and has some wording changes.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

Not applicable.

Pre-Requisites

This unit has no prerequisites.

Employability Skills Information

This unit contains employability skills.

Elements and Performance Criteria

Prepare for gas testing

  • Determine type of gas/atmosphere to be tested.

  • Select and calibrate equipment in accordance with procedures.

  • Determine gas testing regime/sampling pattern required.

  • Identify hazards from possible atmosphere contaminants.

  • Implement hazard control measures, including use of appropriate personal protective equipment.

Test gas

  • Use gas testing equipment to test gas as required.

  • Interpret and report readings.

  • Monitor gas on an ongoing basis as required.

  • Take required action(s) if readings are unacceptable

Maintain equipment

  • Clean and maintain gas testing equipment in accordance with procedures.

  • Inspect and fault find monitoring equipment in accordance with procedures.

  • Return gas testing equipment to required location and in required condition.

  • Maintain records of tests and results in accordance with procedures.

Required Skills and Knowledge

This describes the essential skills and knowledge and their level required for this unit.

As may be relevant to the plant/site/process, knowledge of the following may be required:

  • common chemical asphyxiants, including hydrocarbons, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen cyanide, and hydrogen sulphide
  • common irritants and corrosives, including chlorine, ammonia and acid bases
  • common flammable gases, including acetylene, petroleum, methane, ethane, propane and butane
  • narcotics
  • (explosive range, upper and lower explosive limits)
  • exposure standards (time weighted average, short term exposure limits, peak limitation values, examination of toxic effect at the level of a range of flammable gases)
  • conditions under which atmospheres become hazardous
  • units of measurement used to express concentration of atmospheric contaminants (mg/cubic m. ppm, % v/v).

Underpinning skills could include interpretation and communication of results of sampling.

Languageliteracy and numeracy requirements 

This unit requires the ability to read and interpret a meter and then communicate the conclusions.

Writing is required to the level of completing required workplace reports/forms.

Numeracy read the instrument and interpret the results as being safe/not safe and so determine the required actions.

Evidence Guide

The Evidence Guide provides advice on assessment and must be read in conjunction with the Performance Criteria, required skills and knowledge, the Range Statement and the Assessment Guidelines for this Training Package.

Overview of assessment 

A holistic approach should be taken to the assessment.

Assessors must be satisfied that the person can consistently perform the unit as a whole, as defined by the Elements, Performance Criteria and skills and knowledge.

Critical aspects for assessment and evidence required to demonstrate competency in this unit 

It is essential that competence is demonstrated in the knowledge and skills defined in this unit. These may include the ability to:

  • apply personal safety principles
  • interpret atmospheric conditions using atmospheric monitoring equipment
  • recommend appropriate action
  • maintain monitoring equipment.

Consistent performance should be demonstrated. For example, look to see that:

  • gathered evidence covers a range of variables, all using different types of monitoring equipment.

Assessment method and context 

Assessment will occur using industrial test equipment on an industrial site/plant and will be undertaken in a work-like environment.

Competence in this unit may be assessed:

  • through written assignments
  • by a demonstration activity using workplaces/atmospheres with detectable but safe levels of contaminants should be used
  • by using a suitable simulation and/or a range of case studies/scenarios
  • through a combination of these techniques.

In all cases it is expected that practical assessment will be combined with targeted questioning to assess the underpinning knowledge and theoretical assessment will be combined with appropriate practical/simulation or similar assessment. Assessors need to be aware of any cultural issues that may affect responses to questions.

Assessment processes and techniques must be culturally appropriate and appropriate to the oracy, language and literacy capacity of the assessee and the work being performed.

Specific resources for assessment 

This section should be read in conjunction with the Range Statement for this unit of competency. Resources required include suitable access to an operating plant or equipment that allows for appropriate and realistic simulation. A bank of case studies/scenarios and questions will also be required to the extent they form part of the assessment method. Questioning may take place either in the workplace, or in an adjacent, quiet facility such as an office or lunchroom. No other special resources are required.

Access must be provided to appropriate learning and/or assessment support when required. Where applicable, physical resources should include equipment modified for people with disabilities.

Range Statement

The Range Statement relates to the unit of competency as a whole. It allows for different work environments and situations that may affect performance. Add any essential operating conditions that may be present with training and assessment depending on the work situation, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the item, and local industry and regional contexts.

Where reference is made to industry codes of practice, and/or Australian/international standards, the latest version must be used.

Context 

Working environment may be hazardous, unpredictable, subject to time pressure, chaotic and expose responders to risk, on land or water, by day or night.

Safety information and procedures must include relevant legislation, Australian Standards, codes of practice, manufacturer instructions and organisational procedures.

Situations include

  • confined spaces
  • enclosed and partially enclosed spaces
  • storage tanks, silos, pits, pipes, shafts, ducts, transport vehicles and ships
  • testing as part of issuing a work permit
  • monitoring as part of working under a work permit
  • open areas
  • holding the gas tester by hand
  • lowering the gas tester into a space, eg on a line.

Workplace atmospheres may

  • include visible and invisible hazards
  • include hazardous surfaces
  • range from safe to unsafe.

Procedures 

All operations are performed in accordance with procedures.

Procedures include all relevant workplace procedures, work instructions, temporary instructions and relevant industry and government codes and standards.

All operations to which this unit applies are subject to stringent Health, Safety and Environment requirements, which may be imposed through State or Federal legislation, and these must not be compromised at any time. Where there is an apparent conflict between performance criteria and HSE requirements, the HSE requirements take precedence.

Tools and equipment 

This competency includes use of equipment and tools such as:

  • portable instruments
  • radiation detectors
  • sampling tubes and pumps
  • oxygen level meter
  • carbon monoxide detector
  • combustible gas detectors.

Problems 

‘Respond to routine problems’ means ‘apply known solutions to a limited range of predictable problems’.

Unit Sector(s)

Not applicable.

Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents – MSMWHS212

MSMWHS212

Undertake first response to fire incidents

Australian Skills Group

Why Choose This Course

The MSMWHS212 This unit is designed to ensure that an appropriate first response to fire incidents in onshore and offshore situations/emergencies is achieved.  This competency applies to students who are required to respond to fires in the workplace (other than evacuating to the assembly point).

It covers the first response (only) to fire, and does not include aggressive fire fighting. Typically this response would be undertaken to contain/extinguish a minor fire or to contain a more major fire while external help arrived.

Pre-Requisites:

N/A

ASG Entry Requirements

  • USI
  • Fitness to participate
  • Enclosed footwear, long pants, long sleeves
  • Sufficient Language, literacy and numeracy skills to complete the course

Duration

4 Hours – On Site

Fees

$200

Core Subjects

  • Site specific alarm procedures
  • Characteristics of fire and fuel types
  • Composition and uses of extinguishing agents
  • Basic fire fighting equipment
  • Site or organisation emergency procedures and response plans
  • Site specific isolation procedures
  • Liaison techniques with third parties
  • Procedures to isolate gas and electrical mains

Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – HLTAID001

HLTAID001

Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Australian Skills Group

The HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation unit describes the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines.

This unit applies to all persons who may be required to provide CPR, in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.

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Duration

1 – Day, Face-to-face

Brendale, QLD, 4500

Fees

$150

Course Outline

  • Recognise and assess an emergency situation.
  • Ensure safety for self, bystanders and casualty.
  • Assess the casualty and recognise the need for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
  • Seek assistance from emergency services.
  • Perform CPR in accordance with the ARC guidelines.
  • Display respectful behaviour towards casualty.
  • Operate an automated external defibrillator (AED) according to manufacturers’ instructions.
  • Accurately convey incident details to emergency services.
  • Report details of incident in line with appropriate workplace or site procedures.
  • Maintain privacy and confidentiality of information in line with statutory or organisational policies.
  • Recognise the possible psychological impacts on self and other rescuers and seek help when required.
  • Contribute to a review of the first aid response as required.

Provide First Aid – HLTAID011

HLTAID011

Provide First Aid

The HLTAID011 Provide First Aid course describes the skills and knowledge required to provide a first aid response to a casualty. The training applies to all workers who may be required to provide a first aid response in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.

Specific licensing /regulatory requirements relating to this competency, including requirements for refresher training should be obtained from the relevant national/state/territory Work Health and Safety Regulatory Authorities.

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    The HLTAID011 Provide First Aid one day course would benefit anyone requiring the skills and knowledge to provide basic first aid and life support to casualties across a range of situations. It would benefit those not only at home, but also in community and workplace settings.

    DELIVERY MODEL

    Face-to-face at our Brendale campus

    FEES

    $150 per person

    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

    This course provides both knowledge and practical skills including but not limited to:

    • Recognising and responding to a range of emergency situations
    • Applying/performing appropriate first aid procedures to a range of people and situations
    • Performing CPR in accordance with Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines
    • Identifying the requirements for reporting first aid incidents including confidentiality
    • Demonstrating awareness of the potential need for stress management techniques following an emergency situation

    Enter and Work in Confined Spaces – RIIWHS202E

    RIIWHS202E

    Enter and work
    in confined spaces

    Australian Skills Group

    The RIIWHS202E Enter and Work in Confined Spaces unit describes a participant’s skills and knowledge required to enter and work in confined spaces in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries.

    This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles undertaking work in confined spaces.

    Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply to this unit can vary between states, territories, and Industry sectors. Relevant information must be sourced prior to application of the unit.

    Note: The terms Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) and Work Health and Safety (WHS) are equivalent and generally either can be used in the workplace. In jurisdictions where the National Model WHS Legislation has not been implemented RTOs are advised to contextualise the unit of competency by referring to the existing State/Territory OHS legislative requirements.

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    Elements and Performance Criteria

    Plan and prepare for working in confined space

    • Access, interpret and apply procedures for confined space entry and the environmental management plan and ensure the work activity is compliant
    • Obtain, confirm, clarify and apply work instructions and agreed procedure
    • Obtain, confirm, clarify and apply safety requirements
    • Obtain and confirm authorisation (entry permit) meets regulatory requirements
    • Confirm the emergency response procedure is with the stand-by person and understood
    • Identify, obtain and implement signage and barrier requirements
    • Select tools and equipment for the tasks, check for serviceability and rectify or report any faults
    • Identify, confirm and apply the environmental protection requirements
    • Position rescue equipment by the entry permit

    Work in confined space

    • Gain access to confined space
    • Ensure that the atmosphere is tested and monitored for harmful elements
    • Correctly apply tagging and lock-out procedures
    • Enter the confined space correctly
    • Maintain ongoing communication with the stand-by person
    • Comply with entry permit requirements
    • Monitor and adhere to allocated entry time

    Exit confined space

    • Exit confined space correctly
    • Recover tools, equipment and materials
    • Conduct inspection of the confined space
    • Secure access to the confined space
    • Remove tagging and lock-out
    • Accurately complete confined space entry permit

    Clean up

    • Clear work area and dispose of or recycle materials
    • Clean, check, maintain and store tools and equipment
    • Remove, clean and store barriers and signs

    Foundation Skills

    Foundation skills essential to performance are explicit in the performance criteria of this unit. Further information is available in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package Companion Volume.

    Performance Evidence

    Evidence is required to be collected that demonstrates a candidate’s competency in this unit. Evidence must be relevant to the roles within this sector’s work operations and satisfy all of the requirements of the performance criteria of this unit and include evidence that the candidate:

    • locates and applies relevant documentation, policies and procedures
    • demonstrates completion of entering and working in confined spaces that safely, effectively and efficiently meets all of the required outcomes on more than one (1) occasion including:
    • obtain appropriate entry permit and instructions for performing work in confined space
    • interpreting and applying safe work method statements
    • apply tagging and lock out
    • selecting, wearing and caring for personal protective equipment applicable to all tasks and environment identified
    • entering the confined space
    • using atmospheric monitoring devices prior to entering the confined space
    • working in the confined space
    • using atmospheric monitoring devices during confined space activity
    • applying safe materials handling methods
    • exiting the confined space
    • remove tagging and lock out

    Knowledge Evidence

    The candidate must demonstrate knowledge of enter and work in confined spaces through:

    • identifying areas that constitute confined spaces
    • complying with site and equipment safety requirements
    • complying with the entry and exit procedures, risks and regulations
    • types of air contaminants and toxic gases
    • identifying the limitations of breathing apparatus
    • identifying equipment types, characteristics, technical capabilities and limitations
    • complying with site isolation and site control responsibilities and authorities
    • locations of safety data sheets (SDS) information and application
    • using confined space and Industry terminology

    Assessment Conditions

    • An assessor of this unit must satisfy the requirements of the NVR/AQTF or their successors; and Industry regulations for certification and licensing; and,
    • this unit is best assessed in the context of this sector’s work environment;
    • where personal safety or environmental damage are limiting factors, assessment may occur in a simulated environment provided it is realistic and sufficiently rigorous to cover all aspects of this sector’s workplace performance, including environment, task skills, task management skills, contingency management skills and job role environment skills; and,
    • this unit must be assessed in compliance with relevant legislation/regulation and using policies, procedures, processes and operational manuals directly related to the industry sector for which it is being assessed; and,
    • assessment may be conducted in conjunction with the assessment of other Units of Competency; and,
    • assessment must confirm consistent performance can be applied in a range of relevant workplace circumstances; and,
    • assessors must demonstrate the performance evidence, and knowledge evidence as outlined in this Unit of Competency, and through the minimum years of current* work experience specified below in an Industry sector relevant to the outcomes of the unit; or,
    • where the assessor does not meet experience requirements a co-assessment or partnership arrangement must exist between the qualified assessor and an Industry subject matter expert. The Industry subject matter expert should hold the unit being assessed (or an equivalent unit) and/or demonstrate equivalence of skills and knowledge at the unit level. An Industry technical expert must also demonstrate skills and knowledge from the minimum years of current work experience specified below in the Industry sector, including time spent in roles related to the unit being assessed; and,
    • assessor and Industry subject matter expert requirements differ depending on the Australian Qualifications Framework Level (AQF) of the qualification being assessed and/or Industry Sector as follows:

    Industry sector

    AQF** Level

    Required assessor or Industry subject matter expert experience

    Drilling, Metalliferous Mining, Coal Mining, Extractive (Quarrying) and Civil Construction

    1

    1 Year

    2

    2 Years

    Drilling, Coal Mining and Extractive (Quarrying)

    3-6

    3 Years

    Metalliferous Mining and Civil Construction

    3-6

    5 Years

    Other sectors

    Where this Unit is being assessed outside of the Resources and Infrastructure Sectors assessor and/or Industry subject matter expert experience should be in-line with industry standards for the sector in which it is being assessed and where no Industry standard is specified should comply with any relevant regulation.

    *Assessors can demonstrate current work experience through employment within Industry in a role relevant to the outcomes of the Unit; or, for external assessors this can be demonstrated through exposure to Industry by conducting frequent site assessments across various locations.

    **Where a unit is being delivered outside of a Qualification the first numeric character in the Unit code should be considered to indicate the AQF level

    Work Safely at Heights – RIIWHS204E

    RIIWHS204E

    WORK SAFELY AT HEIGHTS

    The RIIWHS204E Work Safely at Heights course provides the skills and knowledge required to work safely at heights in an operational role. This nationally accredited training provides both the theoretical framework and field practice requirements for working at heights.

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      1
      1

      delivery model

      Face to face at our Brendale Campus

      1

      1
      1

      fees

      $200

      1

      1
      1

      Course Outline

      With a focus on safety, this full day course includes:

      • Selection, inspection and safe use of equipment
      • Risk management
      • Australian Standard legislation

      You will also learn about:

      • Ladder Safety
      • Safe Roofwork
      • Scaffolding
      • Mobile Scaffolds
      • Mobile Elevated Working Platforms
      • Fall Speed v’s Reaction Time
      • Fall Protection

      Perform Rescue From a Live LV Panel – UETDRRF004

      Perform rescue
      from a live LV panel

      UETDRRF004

      Australian Skills Group

      The UETDRRF004 Perform Rescue From a Live LV Panel unit covers the performance of rescue procedures from live Low Voltage (LV) apparatus, not including overhead lines and underground cables in the workplace. 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 forms part of a skill set for the purposes of refresher training and/or to meet regulatory requirements.

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      Licensing/Regulatory Information

      The skills and knowledge described in this unit may require a licence/registration to practice in the workplace subject to regulations for undertaking of electrical work.

      ESI employees are required to maintain currency in this Unit for authorisation/approval to work on ESI Networks.

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      Employability Skills Summary

      This unit contains employability skills.

      Delivery Model

      Workplace

      Duration

      1 Day

      Fees

      $100

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