Courses

YELLOW CARD - EWPA

Integral Skills Elevated Work Platform (Yellow Card) course is designed for students and employers who use Scissor Lifts & Elevated Work Platforms (EWP's). This competency is often used as an entry level before moving onto the machines with greater reach and capability.
During the course participants gain knowledge in Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment, EWP operation, emergency procedures, pre and post operational checks and how to identify safe operating parameters.
For operating work on EWP's with a boom length over 11 metres, the TLILIC2005A - Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform competency is required.
EWPA (Elevating Work Platform Association of Australia) Yellow Card upon successful completion

BRIDGE & GANTRY CRANE - HRWL-CB

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This course applies to those who are required to operate a Bridge or Gantry crane that requires a High Risk Work Licence.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
Bridge and gantry cranes are controlled from a permanent cabin or control station on the crane as well as those that are remote controlled with more than three powered operations (hoist, raise and lower equals one operation), including the application of load estimation and slinging techniques to move a load.

The course also covers the operators responsibilities for attaching loads and when a Dogman or Rigger are required to be used.

COMMUNICATE INFORMATION - SPVR-S3

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This course provides the skills and knowledge required to communicate information to complete work activities within the mining, drilling and civil infrastructure industry. It includes planning and preparing for and conducting communication via a number of different methods to ensure work activities are understood.

This unit applies to individuals who are working in an operational, supervisory or team leader capacity.

CONFINED SPACE - CS

Confined Space tickets are a must have for employees and potential employees of many industries where access to confined spaces occurs on a regular basis, in particular the mining industry.

Integral Skills confined space courses provide training to enable participants to undertake work in the smallest of spaces.

CONFINED SPACE & GTA - CSGTA

This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to enter and work in confined spaces, gas test atmospheres and work in accordance with issued permits.
Additionally, learners will be able to work safely inside a confined space and then exit safely, including cleaning up their work area when the tasks are completed.
This course is essential for people who are required to enter and work in confined spaces in the course of their employment.

CONSTRUCTION INDUCTION - WHITE-CARD

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Commonly referred to as the 'White Card'

This course offers the general WHS induction information you require to work on a construction site in Australia.
The course covers:

- Legislative framework.
- Hazards and risks.
- Construction industry knowledge.
- Accidents and incidents.
- Site safety.

After completing this course you will have a basic knowledge of WHS legislative requirements, particularly as they pertain to your roles and responsibilities as a professional involved in the construction industry.

DOGGING - HRWL-DG

This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to safely perform dogging activities.
Learners will understand how to identify hazards, calculate load weights, sling and move loads safely. The training will include sufficient time to allow learners to practice their skills prior to their assessment.
This course is essential for people working in industry who are required to sling and move loads and provides a pathway to obtain your high-risk work licence to perform dogging.

EWP BOOM AND SCISSOR LIFT - WP-RII-CPC

This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to safely operate an EWP and Scissor Lift covering the entire range 0 to 11m and above 11m (High Risk Work Licence).
Learners will understand how to conduct a pre-use check, learn about safety aspects required in operating an EWP, and how to mobile an EWP safely. The training will include sufficient time to allow learners to practice their skills on an EWP prior to their assessment.
This course is essential for people working in Warehousing and Logistics and provides a pathway to obtain your high-risk work licence to operate an EWP and also covers your employers obligations to provide training for scissor lifts under 11m.
This course is essential for people who are required to operate a EWP as part of their duties within the workplace.

EWP BOOM LIFT - HRWL-WP

This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to safely operate an EWP.
Learners will understand how to conduct a pre-use check, learn about safety aspects required in operating an EWP, and how to mobile an EWP safely. The training will include sufficient time to allow learners to practice their skills on an EWP prior to their assessment.
This course is essential for people working in Warehousing and Logistics and provides a pathway to obtain your high-risk work licence to operate an EWP.
This course is essential for people who are required to operate a EWP as part of their duties within the workplace.

FORKLIFT - HRWL-LF

The forklift is one of the more valuable competencies to possess. This competency covers forklifts from basic right up to container forks.

Due to the multitude of forklifts in industry they are often disregarded and viewed as a machine that can be operated by a novice with no or limited experience. When moving on to various other equipment recognised prior learning can aid in shortening the theory component of subsequent courses.
Nothing could be further from the truth with forklifts accounting for a vast majority of injuries and fatalities in the work place. On investigation a lot of these incidents could have been avoided by operators with more knowledge of the technical expertise required. These may include the balance triangle and safe working loads of forklifts and their attachments.

GANTRY & OVERHEAD CRANE - RII - RII-GANTRY

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This course applies to those operating overhead or gantry cranes that DO NOT require a High Risk Work Licence but are still required to operate the crane i.e. overhead or gantry cranes with three or less powered motions.

It covers the employers responsibility to provide training and instruction to their workers under NSW WHS Legislation and the responsibilities of operator i.e. attaching loads, use of a dogger or rigger.

LOW VOLTAGE RESCUE & CPR - LVR-CPR

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LVR/CPR is a short course which provides the participant with the skills & knowledge required to attend to an emergency situation where the casualty has been involved in a rescue from a live LV and/or where the casualty requires CPR.

The CPR unit describes the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines. The unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide CPR, in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.

The LVR Unit covers the performance of rescue procedures from live Low Voltage (LV) apparatus, not including overhead lines and underground cables in the work place. 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.

MDG25 - MDG25

This course is designed for Personnel who are involved with the operation, supervision or inspection of cutting & welding in mines.
MDG25 Training minimises the risks to health and safety of people where cutting and welding activities are being carried out on a mine site or in product processing plants. MDG25 Safe Cutting and Welding at Mines, has been compiled to assist Owners, Operators, Managers and the NSW Department of Primary Industries Mine Safety Operations, to develop, implement and audit management systems for the safe cutting and welding operation in mines.

RIGGING - BASIC - HRWL-RB

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This course applies to those who are required to perform Rigging activities as part of their role.

It is the first of the three different levels of rigging.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
Rigging work means the use of mechanical loadshifting equipment (and associated gear) to move, place or secure a load using plant, equipment or members of a building or structures, to ensure the stability of those members or the setting up or dismantling of cranes or hoists.

Consists of dogging and rigging work involving:

- movement of plant and equipment
- steel erection
- hoists (including mast climbing hoists)
- placement of precast concrete
- safety nets and static lines
- perimeter safety screens and shutters
- cantilevered crane loading platforms

RIGGING - INTERMEDIATE - HRWL-RI

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This course applies to those who are required to perform Rigging activities as part of their role.

It is the second of the three different levels of rigging.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
Rigging work means the use of mechanical loadshifting equipment (and associated gear) to move, place or secure a load using plant, equipment or members of a building or structures, to ensure the stability of those members or the setting up or dismantling of cranes or hoists.

Consists of all basic rigging work plus rigging involving:

- cranes, conveyors, dredges and excavators
- tilt slabs
- hoists with jibs and self climbing hoists
- demolition
- dual lifts

But excluding rigging work involving equipment listed below under Advanced rigging.

RISK MANAGEMENT - SPVR-S1

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This unit is a Mining Safety and Health Advisory Council requirement for people who are elected as a Site, Safety and Health Representative or hold a position of ‘supervisor’ on a mine site, as defined by their relevant legislation. Therefore, a work place may make an undertaking to have persons in other positions undertake this training too.

SAFETY & HEALTH INVESTIGATIONS - SPVR-S2

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This course provides the skills and knowledge required to conduct work related health and safety investigations as a result of an incident and to contribute to a safe workplace.

It applies to individuals who participate in work related health and safety investigations as part of their responsibilities.

SCAFFOLDING - ADVANCED - HRWL-SA

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This course applies to those who are required to perform Scaffolding activities as part of their role.

It is the last of the three different levels of scaffolding.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
Scaffolding work is the erection, alteration or dismantling of a temporary structure erected to support a platform from which a person or object could fall more than four metres from the platform or the structure.

All intermediate scaffolding work plus scaffolding connected with the use and operation of:

- cantilevered hoists
- hung scaffolds, including scaffolds hanging from tubes, wire ropes or chains
- suspended scaffolds
- Note: advanced certificates cover the requirements for the intermediate certificates; intermediate certificates cover the requirements for the basic certificates.

SCAFFOLDING - BASIC - HRWL-SB

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This course applies to those who are required to perform Scaffolding activities as part of their role.

It is the first of the three different levels of scaffolding.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
Scaffolding work is the erection, alteration or dismantling of a temporary structure erected to support a platform from which a person or object could fall more than four metres from the platform or the structure.

Consists of scaffolding work involving:

- modular or prefabricated scaffolds
- cantilevered materials hoists with a maximum working load of 500 kg
- ropes and gin wheels
- safety nets and static lines, and
- bracket scaffolds (tank and formwork)

SCAFFOLDING - INTERMEDIATE - HRWL-SI

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This course applies to those who are required to perform Scaffolding activities as part of their role.

It is the second of the three different levels of scaffolding.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
Scaffolding work is the erection, alteration or dismantling of a temporary structure erected to support a platform from which a person or object could fall more than four metres from the platform or the structure.

All basic scaffolding work plus scaffolding connected with the use and operation of:

- cantilevered crane loading platforms
- cantilevered and spurred scaffolds
- barrow ramps and sloping platforms
- perimeter safety screens and shutters
- mast climbers
- tube and coupler scaffolds (including tube and coupler covered ways and gantries)

SLEW CRANE - OVER 100T - HRWL-CO

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This course applies to those who are required to perform slewing mobile crane operations (over 100 tonnes) as part of their role.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
A slewing mobile crane means a mobile crane incorporating a boom jib that is capable of being slewed. This excludes front end loader, backhoe, excavator and other earthmoving equipment when configured for crane operation.

A person performing this work is required to hold a slewing mobile crane with an MRC over 100 tonnes HRWL.

This unit requires a person operating a slewing mobile crane with an MRC over 100 tonnes to:

- plan for the work/task
- prepare for the work/task
- perform work/task
- pack up

SLEW CRANE - UP TO 100T - HRWL-C1

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This course applies to those who are required to perform slewing mobile crane operations (up to 100 tonnes) as part of their role.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
A slewing mobile crane means a mobile crane incorporating a boom jib that is capable of being slewed. This excludes front end loader, backhoe, excavator and other earthmoving equipment when configured for crane operation.

A person performing this work is required to hold a slewing mobile crane with an MRC up to 100 tonnes HRWL.

This unit requires a person operating a slewing mobile crane with an MRC up to 100 tonnes to:

- plan for the work/task
- prepare for the work/task
- perform work/task
- pack up

SLEW CRANE - UP TO 60T - HRWL-C6

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This course applies to those who are required to perform slewing mobile crane operations (up to 60 tonnes) as part of their role.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
A slewing mobile crane means a mobile crane incorporating a boom jib that is capable of being slewed. This excludes front end loader, backhoe, excavator and other earthmoving equipment when configured for crane operation.

A person performing this work is required to hold a slewing mobile crane with an MRC up to 60 tonnes HRWL.

This unit requires a person operating a slewing mobile crane with an MRC up to 60 tonnes to:

- plan for the work/task
- prepare for the work/task
- perform work/task
- pack up

SUPERVISORS COURSE - SPVR-S123

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This course is a combination of all three units of competency commonly required for supervisors at workplaces such as in the Mining environment.

RISK MANAGEMENT
skills and knowledge required to apply risk management processes in the mining, drilling and civil infrastructure industry.

This unit applies to individuals who contribute to applying risk management processes as part of their responsibilities. This could be an employer, line manager, supervisor, safety representative or employee. This unit applies to those who carry out or assist in carrying out risk assessment in the workplace.

SAFETY & HEALTH INVESTIGATIONS
skills and knowledge required to conduct work related health and safety investigations as a result of an incident and to contribute to a safe workplace.

It applies to individuals who participate in work related health and safety investigations as part of their responsibilities.

COMMUNICATE INFORMATION
The skills and knowledge required to communicate information to complete work activities within the mining, drilling and civil infrastructure industry. It includes planning and preparing for and conducting communication via a number of different methods to ensure work activities are understood.

This unit applies to individuals who are working in an operational, supervisory or team leader capacity.

VEHICLE LOADING CRANE (ABOVE 10 METRE TONNES) - HRWL-CV

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This course applies to those who are required to operate a Vehicle Loading crane that requires a High Risk Work Licence.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
Covers the operation of a crane with a capacity of 10 metre tonnes or more, mounted on a vehicle to move a load onto or from the vehicle, including the application of load estimation and slinging techniques to move a load.

This allows the licence holder of a CV licence to operate a vehicle loading crane and conduct the full range of slewing operations without holding a slewing mobile crane licence, so long as:

- the equipment is suitable for the task
- the equipment is used within its operating parameters
- the operator has been adequately trained.

The course also covers the operators responsibilities for attaching loads and when a Dogman or Rigger are required to be used.

VEHICLE LOADING CRANE - RII - RII-VLC

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This course applies to those operating vehicle loading cranes that DO NOT require a High Risk Work Licence but are still required to operate the crane i.e. vehicle loading cranes with less than 10 metre tonnes capacity.

It covers the employers responsibility to provide training and instruction to their workers under NSW WHS Legislation and the responsibilities of operator i.e. attaching loads, use of a dogger or rigger.

WORKING AT HEIGHTS - WAH

This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to work safely at heights. This course is designed to meet the requirements from the Resources and Infrastructure Industries training package, RII.
All personnel who have to work at any height should have the knowledge to make informed decisions on hazards, techniques and equipment. The learners will understand how to identify industry requirements, work procedures and instructions. Additionally, learners will be able to access and install height safety equipment safely, perform their heights work safely including cleaning up their work area when the tasks are completed.
This course is essential for people who are required to work at heights in the course of their employment.

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