RIIWHS204D - Work Safely at Heights
Safety, Working at Heights
This course is suitable for workers in mining, construction, and any tradespeople who need to work at heights.
This program is delivered and assessed by Southern Training Organisation RTO 91378¬†
This course is suitable for workers in mining, construction, and any tradespeople who need to work at heights. The
course covers all aspects of safe access to heights, legislative requirements, selection use and maintenance of personal protective equipment, along with practical exercises of setting up fall arrest and the rescue of a suspended casuality.¬†
The aim of this course is to encourage the adoption of safe practices whilst working at heights and provides instruction in the correctuse of access and safety equipment. This course does not provide detailed training on the erection of
The course consists of theory and practical training, and requires participants to complete reading tasks, written
assesments and calculations.
This nationally accredited course, is accepted throughout industry and mining within Australia. The course is compliant with WH&S regulations and AS/NZS 1891-The Australian Standard for Working at Heights.
Up to 70% of the course cost may be refundable to eligible applicants through the ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund. We will apply for this refund on your behalf on successful completion of the course.
The aim of this course is toi encourage the adoption of safe practices whilst working at heights and provides instruction in the correct use of access and safety equipment. This course does not provide detailed training on the erection of scaffolding.
Date:¬†See Dates Below
Course length:¬†1 day course (8 hours)
Location:¬†Skills Centre - 1 Iron Knob Street Fyshwick ACT 2609
Course Times:¬†8.00am-4.00pm¬†(Morning tea and light lunch will be provided)
No prerequisite or co-requisite requirements for this unit of competency
No restrictions to entry to this course however, participants are required to have sufficient numeracy and literacy skills to read and comprehend instructions for safety at a workplace.
- Identify work area requirements
- Follow WHS policies and procedures
- Identify relevant WHS legislation, regulations and standards covering fall protection equipment
- Identify approved methods of moving tools and equipment to minimise potential hazards associated with tools at heights
$120 (Member after rebate) $315 (Member)
$170 (Non-member after rebate) $365 (Non-member)
(Payment is required seven (7) days prior to the course)
On successful completion participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in Height Safety Operator - (RIIWHS204D) Work safely at heights.
Before you register online you will need to have:
- Your Unique Student Identifier (USI).¬† If you do not have one you will need to have either one of the following - Medicare card, birth certificate, driver licence, Australian passport, citizenship document, certificate of registration by descent, ImmiCard or Australian entry visa during this online process.
- A Visa or Mastercard.¬†
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