Have you heard about our latest offering? Our Traffic Course Package (3 days) only $470!
here are three components to the Traffic Course Package, including:
- CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry
- RIIWHS205E Control traffic with a stop-slow bat
- RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plan
For CPCCWHS1001, there are no formal prerequisites for this course. However, you’ll need basic English skills. The course runs for one day, and you’ll learn:
- An overview of relevant legislation and industry regulations
- Construction hazards and control measures
- OHS communication and reporting mechanisms
- OHS incident response procedures.
This course is core as on completion of the construction induction course you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment. Within 60 days WorkSafe will issue you a card and you will receive this “white card” via mail. You’ll need this to complete the remaining two courses.
For RIIWHS205E, we require you to have a Construction Induction (white/red card) to enrol for this unit. We run two courses for candidates with a minimum of three months of industry experience and candidates with less or no industry experience. This course runs for one day, and you’ll learn:
- Overview of OHS roles and responsibilities
- Site traffic management plans
- Hazard and risk management
- Principles of traffic controlling
- Working with road users
This Traffic Control Course in Melbourne addresses the competency required to control traffic using a stop/slow bat to ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers, and the general public. In acknowledgement of the dangerous nature of controlling traffic VicRoads requires all field personnel designated as a Traffic Controller to have completed the RIIWHS205E unit and to undertake a refresher course every three years.
For RIIWHS302E, You must have a Construction Induction (white/red card) to enrol for this unit. It is highly recommended that you also complete RIIWHS205E Control traffic with the stop-slow bat to obtain work in the Traffic Control industry. This course runs for one day, and you’ll learn:
- Prepare to and implement traffic management plans
- Set up signage scheme
- Monitor traffic flow
- Close down
- Storage and maintenance of equipment and signage
Our Traffic Management Course in Melbourne addresses the competency required to interpret and implement traffic management plans to ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers and the general public. In acknowledgement of the dangerous nature of controlling traffic VicRoads requires all field personnel responsible for setting out, implementing and/or monitoring a Traffic Guidance Scheme as required by a traffic management plan to have completed the RIIWHS302E unit and to undertake a refresher course every three years.
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