Green / White card course SydneyWH&S General Induction for Construction is also known as (Construction) White Card course. Current Work Health & Safety (WHS) Legislation requires all employees working in the Construction Industry, or entering any building or construction site, to be trained in WHS in the workplace. This is Work Cover approved training. Once you have finished the course successfully, you’ll be given a statement that lets you work in the Construction Industry straightaway.
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WH&S Legislation in the Workplace
- WHS Responsibilities
- WHS Legislation
- Work Cover’s Role
- The role of the WHS committee and representatives.
- WHS information on the construction site.
- Instruction and training.
- Hazards in the construction workplace.
- Controlling risk.
- Emergencies, Fires and First Aid.
- Workplace Industry management and Workers Compensation.
WHS General Induction Green / White Card Course Qualification
Once you have finished the course successfully, you’ll be given a statement that lets you work in the Construction Industry straightaway.
WHS General Induction Green / White Card Course Certification RTO 91411
A wallet sized, plastic White Card is issued.
Duration: 1 day.
Dates: Please check our Website.
Registration start at : 8:30am
Time: 1 day course
Venue: 48 Joseph Street, Lidcombe, NSW. 2141.
How to Enrol: For enquiries related to White card course Sydney, please call one of our friendly staff on 1300851581/ (02) 96435911 or you can book online to secure your place.
WHS General Induction White Card Course pre-requisites
You must bring in 100 points of identification as proof of identity on the day of training with appropriate documentation as per the form. (eg: Must bring Current Passport and a NSW Photo ID card or NSW driver Licence) and a USI no (www.usi.gov.au).
Booking must be placed a minimum of one day before the start.
100 Points ID Form
|Australian Birth Certificate/card (minimum 14 years) issued by the Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages||70|
|Australian or international passport (current or expired within last two years, but not cancelled||70|
|Australian citizenship certificate||70|
|Current Australian state or territory driver’s licence or learner driver licence/permit||40|
|Current Australian state or territory boat operators photo licence (eg personal watercraft driving licence)||40|
|Current NSW firearms photo licence||40|
|Current Australian issued high risk work licence||40|
|Current Australian state/territory proof of age or photo card (eg a NSW RMS issued photo card)||40|
|Australian Police or Dept of Defence card (with photo)||40|
|Correctional centre inmate MIN photo card||40|
|Letter of verification from the Department of Corrective Services||25|
|Correctional centre inmate MIN card||5|
Secondary SchoolThe identity of the student has been verified by sighting any one of the original documents listed below:
|Australian Birth Certificate/card (minimum 14 years) issued by the Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages|
|Australian Citizenship Certificate|
|Current Australian driver’s licence or learner driver’s licence|
|International travel documents including a current passport or a passport which has expired within the last two years, but has not been cancelled.|
The identity of the student has been verified by sighting a written statement on school letterhead confirming the student’s name and date of birth.
|Name of school and location|
|Name and title of school official|
|Date of statement|
|The identity of the student has been verified by sighting a student ID card that contains the school crest/seal, photo, student’s name and date of birth.|
Overseas Persons Recently Arrived in Australia Less than Six WeeksThe identity of the person has been verified by sighting one of the following overseas travel documents.
|Date of arrival|
Other international documents of identity that have the same characteristics as a passport for example – diplomatic documents and documents issued to refugees.
|Document type and number|
One of the following EOI documents (Australian or overseas).
|Current driver’s licence|
|Australian Registered Credit/Savings account card|