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IFAP - 2014 Course and Services Guide

  1. 1. www.ifap.asn.au 1300 432 700 North Lake   |  Fremantle  | Kalgoorlie | Geraldton Courses & Services Guide IFAPCOURSES&SERVICESGUIDE2014
  2. 2. providers of workplace health and safety solutions for all industries www.ifap.asn.au
  3. 3. IFAP is an independent, not-for-profit, member-based organisation at the forefront of the safety industry. As a Registered Training Organisation (No.1907), we offer nationally and internationally recognised customised Work Health & Safety (WHS) training, consulting services, information services, resources and safety products. Today, with five training centres located in Western Australia and South Australia, we educate and train more than 23,000 people every year. Over 50 years at the forefront Established in 1962, IFAP (Industrial Foundation for Accident Prevention)
  4. 4. 3 2 Introduction 4 Vision, Mission, Values 4 Board of Directors 5 Company Overview 6 Annual Events and Activities 8 Membership 10 Community Support 12 Service Listings 14 Auditing Services 14 Consulting Services 14 Workplace Safety Coach Services 15 IFAP Safer Business Package 16 myosh - Online OSH Management System 18 Course Listings 19 Work Health and Safety Training 19 Construction and Equipment Skills Training 41 Offshore and Maritime Safety Training 53 Fire and Emergency Response Training 73 The People of IFAP 92 Senior Management Group 92 Workplace Safety Solutions Team 94 Workplace Safety Coach Team 96 Construction and Equipment Skills Training Team 97 Offshore and Maritime Solutions Team 98 Fire and Emergency Response Training Team 100 IFAP Support Staff 101 Communications and Stakeholder Relations (CSR) 101 Organisational Learning and People Development (OLaPD) 102 Administration, Accounts, IT and Corporate Governance 103 IFAP Members 104 Bookings and General Information, Terms and Conditions 112 Alphabetical Index 114 Contact Details 118 Contents All information is correct at time of printing. IFAP reserves the right to alter any service, price, condition or availability of any service or item without further notice.
  5. 5. Safer, healthier workplaces 4 5 Left to Right: Mr Mark Small (Secretary to the Board), Mr Graham Hogg, Mr Richard Sellers, Dr Brian Galton-Fenzi. Seated left to right: Mr Dan Smetana, Dr David Leith (President), Mr Martin Ralph. Right Top Frame: Mr Chris Chalwell. Left Bottom Frame: Ms Maria Saraceni. Right Bottom Frame: Mr Richard Mehan. Board Members Vision IFAP will be an organisation with the competency, capability and culture to pursue and foster: Safer, healthier workplaces. Mission Reflecting the philosophy of our founders, IFAP’s spirit, intent and aspirations are to: Provide leading workplace safety and health solutions with support for members and stakeholders. Values The following principles have been embraced as our organisational values: Leadership Making a difference through our actions in pursuit of IFAP’s Mission and Vision. Service Excellence Exceeding the expectations of our clients and staff. Professionalism Commitment to, and demonstration of, high standards of personal and ethical conduct. Safety and Health No compromise to safety for our staff and others under our care. Trust and Respect Embracing our mission by being open, honest and respectful in relationships with each other, members and stakeholders. Introduction The IFAP Board of Directors is responsible for the overall corporate governance of IFAP, including its strategic direction and monitoring the organisation’s performance against strategic and budget targets. The Board meets regularly in order to properly discharge these responsibilities and monitor executive management.
  6. 6. 6 7 Company Overview Going further to ensure safer, healthier workplaces Our suite of training courses isn’t the only reason clients turn to us time and again to safeguard the wellbeing of their people. It’s our ability to provide tailored training solutions that really makes us the training partner of choice for a growing number of companies and industries. Spanning Australia and beyond With five training campuses and Work Safely Centres across WA and SA, we have the industry’s finest practical training facilities, including an international-standard METS helicopter simulator, fire training grounds and Australia’s only free-fall lifeboat training facility. Moreover, with the proven capacity to deliver training on-site and overseas, we’re able to design and deliver the complete health and safety solutions your organisation needs, wherever you are. We also offer integrated health and safety consulting services, information resources and safety products, as well as organising industry networking events and conferences. Every year, IFAP educates and trains more than 23,000 people in a host of WHS disciplines. In fact, we provide Australia’s broadest range of nationally and internationally recognised training courses. At IFAP, we’ve been at the leading edge of workplace health and safety since 1962, continually setting the health and safety training benchmark for all industries. Focusing on safety, not profits Did you know we’re an independent, not-for-profit organisation? That means we only answer to our members and we’re free to focus on what matters most – promoting health and safety best practice. Custom designed consulting solutions In addition to an extensive range of training courses and facilities, we also provide an array of specialised consulting services for organisations in all industry sectors. Our custom-designed safety and risk management solutions span the safety spectrum, including: ǡǡ Workplace Safety and Health ǡǡ Human Performance Improvement ǡǡ Industrial Hygiene ǡǡ Construction and Equipment Skills ǡǡ Offshore and Maritime ǡǡ Fire Safety and Emergency Response Going further to ensure safer, healthier workplaces Our suite of training courses isn’t the only reason clients turn to us time and again to safeguard the wellbeing of their people. It’s our ability to provide tailored training solutions that really makes us the training partner of choice for a growing number of companies and industries. Spanning Australia and beyond With six training campuses and Work Safely centres across WA and Australia, we have the industry’s finest practical training facilities, including an international- standard METS helicopter simulator, fire training grounds and Australia’s first free-fall lifeboat training facility. Moreover, with the proven capacity to deliver training Today, we educate and train more than 23,000 people every year across a host of disciplines. In fact, we provide Australia’s broadest range of nationally and internationally recognised training courses. We also offer integrated health and safety consulting services, information resources and safety products, as well as organising industry networking events and conferences. Leading. Innovating. Adapting. Benefits of training at IFAP ǡǡ Nationally recognised courses ǡǡ Qualified, highly skilled and experienced trainers ǡǡ Flexible learning ǡǡ State-of-the-art training facilities with purpose built simulators for practical and realistic training ǡǡ Wide scope of courses ǡǡ Quality face-to-face training ǡǡ Conveniently book courses online anywhere, anytime ǡǡ Pathway to University for graduates of IFAP’s Diploma of OHS/WHS ǡǡ Consultancy services and support during and after the completed training ǡǡ On-site and offsite training to suit your needs ǡǡ Catering options to suit all dietary requirements ǡǡ Free on-site parking
  7. 7. 8 9 IFAP/CGU Safe Way Awards Established in 1979 to encourage all industrial and commercial enterprises, large and small, to improve their health and safety performance, the annual IFAP/CGU Safe Way Awards call for nominations in two categories: ǡǡ The Lost Time Injury (LTI) Performance Category. Entrants must achieve six successive calendar months without an LTI, or nominate and achieve a percentage reduction in their recorded lost time injury frequency rate (LTIFR). ǡǡ The Safe Way Achiever Category. There are four levels in this category: Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. Using a combination of assessments, random desk assessments and supporting documentation, organisations are assessed on their commitment to safety through excellence in training, established systems/ procedures and achievement of safety. The SKILLED Safety Innovation Award Sponsored by SKILLED Group Limited, the SKILLED Safety Innovation Award acknowledges and rewards organisations that have developed and successfully implemented an innovative safety initiative that has contributed towards minimising the number of safety incidents or improving safety culture. The SKILLED Gala Dinner The Safe Way Awards and SKILLED Safety Innovation Award are coveted throughout Australia as benchmarks for excellence in workplace health and safety. These awards are presented every year at the SKILLED Gala Dinner, sponsored by SKILLED Group Limited. Other annual events Every year, we host a range of events such as a conference, seminars and breakfasts in Perth and throughout Western Australia, focusing on a range of safety industry topics with knowledgeable guest presenters. More than simply providing participants with practical information and solutions they can use in their workplace, it’s our goal to create valuable forums for the exchange of ideas and experiences, as well as the development of professional networks For more information about our annual events contact events@ifap.asn.au. Regular publications SafetyWA is our bi-monthly publication that focuses on safety and health industry developments. Our other periodical, IFAP Extra, is published monthly, providing information about our products and services and giving you an insight into the world of safety. Get involved and informed As an IFAP member, you and your organisation can enjoy a number of benefits including discounts on our consultancy services, courses and other training activities, as well as invitations to special events and free subscriptions to our regular IFAP publications. Contact our Member Services team on +61 8 9335 3303 or email membership@ifap.asn.au. Alternatively, visit www.ifap.asn.au or read the Membership section of our 2014 Courses and Services guide to learn more about the benefits of Membership. Annual Events and Activities As industry leaders, we’re responsible for raising WHS standards wherever health and safety is an issue. We drive a number of annual initiatives designed to promote awareness of safety issues and improve WHS performance across organisations and industry sectors.
  8. 8. 11 10 Types of membership ǡǡ Corporate A voting membership that includes full benefits, available to any organisation. ǡǡ Individual Available to individuals supporting WHS in the workplace (must be over 18 years of age at submission of application). ǡǡ Associate Available to associations, some not-for-profits and supporting organisations. ǡǡ Alumni A complimentary membership available to graduates of IFAP’s Certificate IV and Diploma of OHS/WHS courses. Past graduates of the Safety Practitioner Course are also eligible. With over 900 members IFAP’s Alumni provides a network of qualified WHS professionals from a variety of industry sectors. IFAP Alumni Members are also entitled to: special birthday discounts, quarterly Alumni newsletter, and complimentary phone and email access to IFAP’s Work Safely Coaches for mentoring 12 months post graduation. Join us today, enjoy the benefits right away If you aren’t already a member, join IFAP today and start enjoying the full range of benefits available to our members. Head to www.ifap.asn.au and apply online via our easy-to-use online form, or contact the Membership Services team on +61 8 9335 3303 or at membership@ifap.asn.au to request an application form. For more information on your Alumni Membership or how to join, contact the Alumni Officer on +61 8 9335 3303 or at alumni@ifap.asn.au Please note, while membership is conditional on acceptance by our Board of Directors, we will provide membership benefits upon receipt of your application and payment. Already a Member? Do you have access to our new Member only area? IFAP’s new and improved website offers our Members access to a Member only area. Members can update their details, receive access to Member-only benefits, make payments, book courses and events online, and so much more. To recieve your log-in details contact the Membership Services Team on +61 8 9335 3303 or at membership@ifap.asn.au Discounts and subscriptions As an IFAP member, you’ll be entitled to: ǡǡ Discounts on selected consultancy services, courses and training activities ǡǡ Discounts on workplace health and safety materials, such as posters, brochures, publications, danger tags, lockouts and other safety aids ǡǡ A subscription to SafetyWA magazine, featuring the latest advice on legislation and other topical safety and health issues (six issues per year) ǡǡ A subscription to our IFAP Extra periodical, featuring the latest information on our courses, events and products (11 issues per year) ǡǡ Access to IFAP’s specialist consultant via telephone for advice on WHS queries ǡǡ Access to IFAP’s corporate membership logo to incorporate within your organisations marketing material (Corporate & Associate Members only) ǡǡ Discounted fees to attend IFAP events Special events, awards and IFAP endorsement Your membership also means you’ll be invited to our industry networking forums and special events, often with discounted registration fees. We have a year-round calendar of safety seminars, WHS events, conferences and breakfasts. Moreover, your organisation will be entitled to free participation in the annual IFAP/CGU Safe Way Awards and SKILLED Safety Innovation Award, as well as the use of our corporate membership logo, which you can use on your marketing material, signalling your commitment to WHS. Membership We have more than 1,800 members within our not-for-profit organisation – both businesses and individuals – with more and more joining us every year. Become an IFAP member today and demonstrate your commitment to health and safety in the workplace whilst enjoying a host of benefits. Belong, Be informed, Be safe IFAP membership provides your organisation with access to invaluable information, industry-leading training and discounts on our courses and consulting services, enabling and empowering your organisation to improve employee and workplace health, safety and wellbeing.
  9. 9. 12 13 Community Support As a not-for-profit organisation committed to health and safety, we take our responsibilities seriously – responsibilities that extend beyond our industry, clients and members to the broader community. ǡǡ Tertiary Progression for IFAP’s Diploma in WHS Graduates IFAP has formed relationships that provide advanced standing for IFAP’s Diploma in OHS/WHS graduates to obtain credits towards an undergraduate University degree with both Curtin and Edith Cowan University’s (ECU). Curtin University’s Bachelor of Science (Health, Safety and Environment) course number 311344 requires 600 credit points for completion. Holders of IFAP’s Diploma in OHS/WHS will be granted exemption from nine units and will be allocated 200 credits towards the degree, amounting to one-third of the qualification. ECU’s Bachelor of Health Science comprises 360 credit points (24 units). With the formation of the relationship between IFAP and ECU, graduates of IFAP’s Diploma will be granted 60 credit points (four units) of advanced standing towards the K97 Bachelor of Health Science. For further information on completing your University pathways with IFAP please contact our Alumni Officer on +61 8 9335 3303 or email alumni@ifap.asn.au Charity fundraising, donations and sponsorships Our not-for-profit status defines our culture at IFAP. We not only support our clients and members, but also the community and Australian charities where we hope to improve the services they provide. Recently, we have also: ǡǡ Donated prizes to St Ives Mandurah as they took part in raising awareness of safety and health by organising events and activities with Safe Work October 2013. ǡǡ Supported the Salvation Army Christmas Appeal by donating food and toys. ǡǡ Donated vouchers and promoted Purple Bra day in support of the Breast Cancer Foundation. Our complimentary Injury Management Seminar Our free Injury Management Seminar for injured workers, provided on behalf of WorkCover WA, is about understanding Workers’ Compensation and injury management. It’s designed to help injured workers from all backgrounds who want to understand their rights and responsibilities. The seminar provides vital insights into everything, from the claims process, entitlements and claims obligations, through to dispute resolution, settlements, injury management and returning to work. More information on this free seminar is available at www.workcover.wa.gov.au Regional Injury Management Roadshows The Injury Management Roadshows are IFAP’s way of bringing important safety training to regional Western Australia. With four scheduled Roadshows throughout the year IFAP can deliver important information to employers and employees in Bunbury, Geraldton, Karratha and Kalgoorlie regions. These courses run over a week include; Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management for Managers, Injury Management Coordinator Course and a FREE Seminar for Injured Workers. It is a legal requirement for all employer organisations in WA to have an Injury Management System, IFAP’s IM Roadshows will help your workplace fulfil it’s safety obligations. School programs ǡǡ Safety Calendar The Safety Calendar competition is a community safety initiative that was established to stimulate discussion of work-related safety issues within the family unit. Year after year, the program has been a great way to get the safety and health message out to members of the public. ǡǡ Next Generation School Program IFAP sponsors the Petroleum Club of WA’s school program. The Concept of Next Generation is to introduce year 10 students to the Oil and Gas industry, to showcase the broad range of career paths available, and to provide guidance on the pathways to achieving their desired careers.
  10. 10. 15 14 Auditing Services ǡǡ AS/NZS 4801 Audits Our certified auditors are able to conduct audits against the requirements of AS/NZS 4801 prior to certification of your business or as a third party maintenance function. Compliance with the requirements of AS/NZS 4801 is a demonstration of your organisation’s commitment to safety. ǡǡ WorkSafe Plan Assessments Our assessment and auditing services can also be tailored to your organisation’s requirements. WorkSafe Plan Assessments suits WA based organisations and allows for recognition by WorkSafe WA if the organisation achieves either silver, gold or platinum level audit results. ǡǡ Regulatory compliance assessments Compliance is a critical and complex issue. That’s why, in addition to measuring compliance to safety and health legislation (regulations, acts, codes of practice and Australian Standards), our assessment reports clearly outline the actions required to address legislative requirements. In this way, our compliance audits can also help your organisation prepare for systems audits. Safety Consulting ǡǡ Safety, health and environment management systems We develop best-practice safety, health and environmental management systems, designed specifically for your industry and organisation. As such, when we create a system for you, we’ll ensure it supports and complements your organisation’s existing systems and culture. This can include focusing on particular system elements, rather than complete systems, if there is a specific need. ǡǡ WHS plans and manuals We develop WHS plans and manuals for organisations, creating framework documents and incorporating existing processes and procedures. Our WHS plans can be used to help set health and safety goals, priorities and identify a clear direction for your organisation. ǡǡ Hazard assessment of projects, processes and plant We undertake hazard assessments of projects, processes and plant across industry sectors and hazard groups, applying the risk management principles of hazard identification, risk assessments and controls based on the hierarchy of controls. ǡǡ Critical task analysis and risk management strategies The development of risk management strategies, based on critical task analysis, is an important aspect for any new or modified processes. Our analysis and strategies identify potential areas of risk or failure and outline appropriate control measures. While especially effective and valuable at the design phase of a new project, our risk management strategies can be applied at all stages of a project, from design and construction to commissioning and operational phases. ǡǡ Risk workshops and development of hazard registers WHS regulations require all employers to develop and maintain a hazard register. We can facilitate risk workshops and help you develop a register that encompasses hazards, risk assessments and controls within the context of your organisation’s existing procedures, permit systems and control measures. Auditing, Consulting and Coaching Services The breadth and depth of expertise we have within our organisation means we’re able to provide an integrated suite of WHS consulting services, creating solutions tailored to your unique WHS requirements. Our Consulting Services Include: ǡǡ Conducting site-wide risk profiles It’s important that your organisation understands its risk profile – it’s something that, in the current economy, can change significantly as organisations strive to meet client or industry demands. We can help to identify and document risk profiles that will enable your organisation to proactively prioritise, manage and address WHS issues. ǡǡ Behavioural based safety systems IFAP can plan and implement a Behavioural Based Safety program to suit your organisation’s needs. This can be tailored to any level in the organisation and can include ongoing delivery, implementation and culture surveys to verify its effectiveness. ǡǡ Supply of WHS project personnel There’s an unparalleled range of WHS knowledge and specialist skills within the IFAP workforce – skills and knowledge that your organisation can access on a short-term, medium-term or project secondment basis. Our technical officers are able to carry out the generalist WHS activities and projects, while our WHS consultants provide specialist skills suited to specific projects, such as audits, surveys, monitoring and project management activities across all industries. Health Consulting Services ǡǡ Hazardous substances management Our hazardous substance audits help identify hazardous substances in the workplace, focusing on storage, labelling, segregation, emergency procedures and disposal. MSDS’s must be available, with procedures developed from them and other legislative requirements. ǡǡ Noise surveys and assessments Noise surveys measure noise levels associated with areas or equipment – they’re essential if there are any changes to equipment or workplaces. Our surveys and assessments enable control measures to be implemented, reducing workers’ exposure to noise and keeping noise below required levels. We can also identify workers who require baseline audiometric tests. ǡǡ Hygiene monitoring, surveys and advice Identifying and finding solutions to hygiene issues is one of our specialist services at IFAP. Our technical experts employ specialist equipment to conduct a wide range of hygiene monitoring, surveys and reports, enabling us to provide invaluable advice on a host of problems and challenges, including dust, fumes, vapours and noise issues. ǡǡ Manual handling and ergonomic assessments The time and financial costs associated with strain and sprain injuries sustained through manual work are often avoidable. Our manual handling and ergonomic risk assessments identify ways to improve comfort, efficiency and thereby minimise the risk of injury. From assessing long- term postural issues and repetitive movements, to broader environmental appraisals, our assessments are conducted in line with the code of practice applying to all workplaces, processes, plans and equipment. ǡǡ Workers’ compensation and injury management Identifying and finding solutions to hygiene issues is one of our specialist services at IFAP. Our technical experts employ specialist equipment to conduct a wide range of hygiene monitoring, surveys and reports, enabling us to provide invaluable advice on a host of problems and challenges, including dust, fumes, vapours and noise issues. Coaching Services ǡǡ IFAP Workplace Safety Coach – mentoring, coaching and consulting The IFAP Safety Coach service is our workplace safety support and consulting solution, delivered by our team of highly experienced safety coaching specialists. We provide: one-on-one mentoring for people undergoing WHS assessments; coaching for newly qualified safety professionals; and consultancy support for the development of frontline personnel and safety plans. Emergency Management and Security ǡǡ Emergency management In addition to offering a range of Crisis and Emergency Management and Incident Management courses, IFAP can provide a consulting and advisory service in this area to assist your business in assuring you are prepared for any emergency situation. We can assist you in establishing an exercise/drill regime and a training schedule to prepare your people. We can also assist you in establishing effective plans and procedures and resources tailored to your business needs. ǡǡ Security management IFAP Consultants can assist you in developing an effective security plan and procedures for any situation or environment. This can incorporate local security, travel and deployment security and also plans and procedures to ensure the safety and security for your staff working overseas in hostile environments.
  11. 11. 16 17 What is the IFAP Safer Business Package? IFAP has numerous safety and health specialists with expertise across a broad range of industry sectors. The Safer Business Package allows your business to access our specialists and for them to assist you to improve your safety performance. We call our specialists your Safety Champions – they are here to call upon when you need them. How does the IFAP Safer Business Package work? The heart of the IFAP Safer Business Package is the online safety management system application “myosh”. IFAP and Netsight have been partners in myosh for over a decade, and now this world class, leading edge application is able to be used by your Safety Champion to access, analyse and apply IFAP’s expertise to assist your organisation to pursue safety and health improvements. When you sign up to the Safer Business Package, the first thing we do is to provide access to the seven core modules in myosh that every business needs. You can add more modules if you wish, but the following are the key components to get your safety management system working in the right direction: ǡǡ Incidents (accidents); ǡǡ Hazards; ǡǡ Inspections and audits; ǡǡ Actions; ǡǡ Management Reports; ǡǡ Training Management; ǡǡ Registers; and ǡǡ Documents. Because myosh is a cloud-based application, there is no cost involved for hardware and no need for IT specialists. The install process is all completed remotely, all you need is access to the internet. Once your installation is completed, your management system is ready for use. IFAP Safer Business Package In these times of economic uncertainty, business owners and managers are asking themselves: “How can I ensure my safety and health obligations are being met without employing my own Safety Professional?” The answer is: The IFAP Safer Business Package What’s Included? ǡǡ Set-up and initial visit (includes Hazard inspection of one site) ǡǡ Safety Champion review of data and analysis (12 times a year) ǡǡ Safety Champion report and one-on-one visit (four times a year) ǡǡ Safety management plan ǡǡ Access to the latest safety updates and information ǡǡ WSA National Safety Handbook (latest edition) ǡǡ Weekly National Safety e-alerts and links to safety legislation ǡǡ IFAP Membership** Note: services are dependent upon individual business circumstances and may be an additional cost. **Note: Membership will be considered by the IFAP Board of Directors under due process as per normal criteria. No cost to existing members. Benefits of the Safer Business Package ǡǡ Access to IFAP’s safety professionals without employing your own ǡǡ Is a cloud based product - no cost involved for hardware ǡǡ Is accessible anywhere you can access the internet ǡǡ Enables safety information to be entered on site directly into the system ǡǡ Flexible and simple to use ǡǡ Can be customised to suit your business needs ǡǡ Promoting a positive culture of safety at your workplace that will influence your organisational development and operational performance ǡǡ Improve your safety performance and protect your workforce from as little as $2 per person, per day* *Based on 30 employees. “We invite all users of the Safer Business Package to participate in IFAP’s annual Safe Way Awards” Let your Safety Champion help you on your path to a better safety and health performance. For more information contact our Business Development Manager on +61 8 9335 3303 or email rpratt@ifap.asn.au **Information and components may change. Please contact us for the latest information.
  12. 12. Work Health & Safety Training www.ifap.asn.au 1918 INTRODUCTION TO myosh DURATION 2.5 hours LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Corporate Course on request BOOKINGS Telephone +61 8 9333 9928 This course is designed to provide users with the knowledge and understanding of myosh online OSH management system using best practice methods within their workplace. DESIGNED FOR The course is designed for users of the myosh online OSH management system. myosh ADMINISTRATORS DURATION 8 hours LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Corporate Course on request BOOKINGS Telephone +61 8 9333 9928 This course is designed to provide Administrators of the myosh online OSH management system with best practice methods for implementation and management of myosh within their workplace. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for administrators of the myosh online OSH management system. KEY SUBJECT AREAS ǡǡ Navigation and concept understanding of myosh ǡǡ Action, Hazard and Incident management ǡǡ OSH system issues and the best fit of myosh ǡǡ Training and competencies of myosh myosh FOR POWER USERS DURATION 4 hours LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Corporate Course on request BOOKINGS Telephone +61 8 9333 9928 This course is designed to provide Power Users with the knowledge and understanding of myosh online OSH management system using best practice methods within their workplace. DESIGNED FOR The course is designed for power users of the myosh online OSH management system. KEY SUBJECT AREAS ǡǡ Navigation and concept understanding of myosh ǡǡ Action, Hazard and Incident management ǡǡ OSH system issues and the best fit of myosh ǡǡ Training and competencies of myosh ǡǡ Investigation process used within myosh For a FREE trial, visit: www.ifap.asn.au/myosh myosh Your online OSH management system
  13. 13. 21 20 Work Health and Safety Training Index Accident Investigation 21 Accident Investigation - Advanced 21 Australasian Inter-Service Incident Management Systems (AIIMS) 22 Bullying in the Workplace 22 Certificate III in Work Health and Safety 23 Certificate III in Surface Ventilation Technician 24 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety 25 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment 26 Contam Sampler Refresher 27 Course in Surface Ventilation Officer 27 Emergency Management, Introduction to 28 Fitness for Work 28 Hazardous Substances in the Workplace 29 Information Seminar for Injured Workers 29 Injury Management Coordinator 30 Injury Management Coordinator – Advanced 30 Lead Auditor – RABQSA 31 Managing Safety 32 Manual Handling 32 Mine Safety Inspection Act for Supervisors 33 Mock Court 33 NEBOSH - International General Certificate (IGC) in Occupational Health & Safety 34 Restricted Asbestos Licence 35 Risk Management Essentials 35 Safety and Health Representative 36 Safety and Health Representative Refresher 36 Safety Committees 37 Safety Fundamentals 37 Supervising Safety 38 Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management for WRP 38 Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management for Managers 39 Work Safely with Radioactive Ores 39 ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION DURATION 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course introduces participants to the reasons why accidents in the workplace need to be reported. It focuses upon the role of the employee and supervisor in contributing to the accident reporting and investigation process. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those involved in, or requiring basic knowledge of, the investigation of accidents/incidents in the workplace. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Describe the components of an accident reporting and investigation system ǡǡ Define the terminology relating to ‘accidents’ ǡǡ Discuss the purpose for an organisation to report accidents; and ǡǡ Describe the process to be followed for immediate accident response and reporting requirements This program provides an essential platform which underpins the skills required by those involved in accident investigations. The course will prove to be beneficial for in-house training and can readily be customised to reflect an organisation’s reporting procedure and associated paperwork. ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION - ADVANCED DURATION 2 days LOCATION To client request DATES & PRICES Corporate Course on request BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 A two-day course focusing on more in-depth analysis using the UK’s Health and Safety Executive Model is also available. Due to the nature of the analysis required, this methodology is suitable for the more serious investigations carried out by senior management. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those experienced and trained in basic investigation who undertake complex investigations in the workplace and require a higher level of understanding of the techniques to identify causal factors of accidents/incidents in the workplace. Workplace Safety Solutions IFAP is best known for its range of regular Work Health and Safety training courses, but our services are much more than that. IFAP’s specialist staff can provide a wide range of workplace safety solutions to meet your specific WHS needs, such as: ǡǡ Computer-based hazard management ǡǡ Development of organisation specific safety, health and environment management systems ǡǡ AS 4801/4804 audits ǡǡ Regulatory compliance assessments ǡǡ WorkSafe Plan assessments ǡǡ WHS plans and safety manuals ǡǡ Noise surveys and assessments ǡǡ Hazardous substances management ǡǡ Hazard assessment of projects, processes and plant ǡǡ Manual handling/ergonomic assessments ǡǡ Development of hazard registers ǡǡ Critical task analysis and risk management strategies ǡǡ Site-wide risk profiles ǡǡ Workplace Health and Safety staff for short to medium term or project work ǡǡ Hygiene advice and surveys ǡǡ Workers’ Compensation and injury management audits and systems
  14. 14. 23 22 AUSTRALASIAN INTER-SERVICE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (AIIMS) – 22022VIC DURATION 2 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course aims to provide participants with a comprehensive overview of the Australasian Inter-Service Incident Management System (AIIMS) framework. This system is now used by most emergency services throughout Australasia including Police, Fire Services, State Emergency Services, Emergency Medical Services and related government departments. Furthermore many commercial and industrial organisations have adopted AIIMS as their incident management system, as part of a growing trend in Australasia. This course includes theoretical and group work sessions to enhance the practical application of AIIMS. Participants learn through a mix of presentations, scenario sessions and course material on how AIIMS is applied during emergency events. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those organisations which have adopted, or intend to adopt, AIIMS and their personnel who may be required to: ǡǡ Perform a role within AIIMS ǡǡ Assist AIIMS personnel in a support capacity ǡǡ Know the principles and processes which underpin AIIMS; or ǡǡ Actively collaborate operationally with organisations who have adopted AIIMS EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Explain the purpose of AIIMS and its relationship to national, state/territory, organisational and local emergency management arrangements ǡǡ Explain the intended system outcomes, key features, and benefits when applied to incident management; ǡǡ Explain the key system concepts of AIIMS ǡǡ Describe the scope of the incident control function ǡǡ Explain the scope of the planning, operations and logistics functions ǡǡ Identify the purpose and key features of an Incident Action Plan and the factors considered in its development ǡǡ Outline the essential information exchanges that should occur between incident personnel; and ǡǡ Outline the procedures for an effective changeover of personnel and equipment ON COMPLETION This course includes a formal competency post course assessment. Successful completion of the assessment requirements will provide participants with a Statement of Attainment for 22022VIC Course in The Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System. BULLYING IN THE WORKPLACE DURATION 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This workshop is designed to teach the theory and practice of a positive approach to prevention and management of bullying in the workplace. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those HR Professionals, Safety Practitioners, and tertiary students studying safety (potential student discount), Injury Management Coordinators, Supervisors and Safety and Health leaders. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to have an understanding of: ǡǡ The nature of bullying ǡǡ Relevant laws pertaining to bullying and violence ǡǡ The impact of bullying on the individual and the organisation ǡǡ Policies and procedures that pertain to bullying ǡǡ How to apply a systems approach to dealing with bullying as an Occupational Safety and Health concern; and ǡǡ How to conduct mediation in a bullying situation CERTIFICATE III IN WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY – BSB30712 DURATION Module 1 – 2 days Module 2 – 2 days Module 3 – 3 days Module 4 – 3 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 FREE SUPPORT SERVICE FROM IFAP’S WORKPLACE SAFETY COACH AVAILABLE The Certificate III in Work Health and Safety is designed to provide participants with a good understanding of WHS principles and practices in the workplace. To gain this qualification, participants need to successfully complete ten units of competency, which are made of five core units and five elective units. These units of competence are delivered and assessed through a combination of face-to-face delivery, practical and knowledge assessments and completion of a workplace journal. All assessment components require a reasonable amount of time studying, implementing processes and developing portfolios of evidence. This qualification is delivered in a modular format that will allow for enhanced learning and increased opportunity to apply theoretical learning practically in the workplace. We are also offering a flexible approach to enrolment allowing participants to fit learning with your working life. The units of competency delivered under this qualification include the following: MODULE 1 BSBWHS302A Apply knowledge of WHS legislation in the workplace BSBWHS303A Participate in WHS hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control MODULE 2 BSBWHS304A Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation process BSBWHS305A Contribute to WHS issue resolution MODULE 3 PUAWER001B Identify, prevent and report potential workplace emergency situations BSBCMM401A Make a presentation MODULE 4 BSBINM301A Organise workplace information BSBWRT301A Write simple documents BSBWOR301B Organise personal work priorities and development BSBITU203A Communicate electronically Note: Units may change from time to time. Please contact customer service for unit details DESIGNED FOR This qualification is most appropriate for those who are presently working as a Health and Safety Representative, WHS Committee Member, Safety Assistant or anyone whose main job is not dedicated to OHS, but who also takes on an OHS role as a component of their job role. Note: Job titles and roles vary in different industries and organisations. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course participants should be able to ǡǡ Identify, record and communicate to others the duties, rights and responsibilities of individuals and parties in the consultation process ǡǡ Raise relevant WHS issues in meetings and supporting others to do so ǡǡ Identify and take appropriate action on non- compliance with legislation ǡǡ Recognise limits of own expertise and legal duties, and access help and advice when required ǡǡ Choose appropriate methods for hazard identification and risk assessment ǡǡ Plan personal work priorities ǡǡ Use relevant sources to keep up-to-date with legislation ǡǡ Search for, access and download electronic documents and software as required ON COMPLETION The qualification of BSB30712 Certificate III in Work Health and Safety will be issued upon completion of the required 10 units of competence.
  15. 15. 25 24 CERTIFICATE III IN SURFACE VENTILATION TECHNICIAN - 52365 Duration 3 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 The role of the Surface Ventilation Technician is to assist the Surface Ventilation Officer in the collection of contaminant samples, equipment calibration and maintenance and recording and reporting of analysis results. This competency-based, Certificate III level course has been structured to provide the required skills and knowledge for those who are, or wish to be, an assistant to the statutory appointed Surface Ventilation Officer. Participants have the option to complete a further two day course to become a Surface Ventilation Officer. Participants must wear enclosed shoes, bring safety glasses and a calculator. Participants are welcome to bring their own sampling equipment. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those wishing to obtain the skills and knowledge required to assist the appointed Surface Ventilation Officer. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ State the roles of the Surface Ventilation Technician ǡǡ Describe the CONTAM system including legislative requirements and how quotas are established ǡǡ Reference specific mining regulations and Australian Standards that apply to the Surface Ventilation Technician ǡǡ Define the specific requirements of an employer in relation to health surveillance on mining operations ǡǡ Explain the legislative framework applying to hazardous substances in the mining industry and implications for the ventilation officer ǡǡ Describe pathways of exposure to hazardous substances and the potential health effects ǡǡ Interpret results in accordance with exposure standards in order to determine legislative compliance ǡǡ Discuss the need for collection of accurate atmospheric contaminant data and apply appropriate methodology for recording and reporting of results ǡǡ Apply appropriate representative sampling techniques ǡǡ Explain the characteristics of different types of atmospheric contaminants, legislative requirements and monitoring methods; and ǡǡ Calibrate sampling instrumentation in accordance with relevant standards or manufacturer’s requirements and accurately record results ON COMPLETION There is a post course assessment consisting of substantial workplace based exercises. The qualification of 52365 Certificate III in Surface Ventilation Technician will be issued upon the successful completion of the required assessment. PLEASE Note: This course accreditation expires on 28 February 2014. CERTIFICATE IV IN WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY – BSB41412 Duration Module 1 – 4 days Module 2 – 4 days Module 3 – 4 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 FREE SUPPORT SERVICE FROM IFAP’S WORKPLACE SAFETY COACH AVAILABLE The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety is designed to provide participants the under pinning knowledge of the basic role of a Work Health and Safety Practitioner. This qualification reflects the competencies required in a workplace by those persons who are intending to become WHS Practitioners. To gain this qualification, participants need to successfully complete ten units of competence. These units of competence are delivered and assessed through a combination of face-to-face classroom training, completion of skills and knowledge assessment workbooks and practical skills assessments. All assessment components require a reasonable amount of time studying, implementing processes and developing portfolios of evidence. This qualification will now be delivered in a modular format that will allow for enhanced learning and increased opportunity to apply theoretical learning practically in the workplace. We are also offering a flexible approach to enrolment allowing participants to fit learning with your working life. The units of competence will be delivered under this qualification: MODULE 1 BSBWHS402A Assist with compliance with WHS laws BSBWHS404A Contribute to WHS hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control BSBWHS405A Contribute to implementing and maintaining WSH management systems BSBWHS406A Assist with responding to incidents MODULE 2 BSBWHS403A Contribute to implementing and maintaining WHS consultation and participation process PUAWER002B Ensure workplace emergency prevention procedures, systems and processes are implemented BSBWHS407A Assist with claims management, rehabilitation and return-to-work MODULE 3 BSBWRT401A Write complex documents BSBCMM401A Make a presentation TAEASS301B Contribute to assessment DESIGNED FOR Those interested in attaining skills and knowledge to work in a work health and safety (WHS) role and who may be required to work independently or under supervision. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On competition of this course participants should be able to: ǡǡ Communicate and explain measurement and evaluation to others and facilitate their contributions ǡǡ Communicate and explain the work health and safety management system (WHSMS) plan to others in relation to their roles and responsibilities, and facilitate their contribution to implementation of the plan ǡǡ Assist investigators and provide relevant information during investigations ǡǡ Assist with obtaining information from those involved regarding actions and events leading up to, or occurring during or after an incident ǡǡ Apply knowledge of risk assessment to contribute to the selection of risk-assessment techniques, tools and processes for common hazards ǡǡ Contribute to the identification and assessment of barriers to the implementation and effectiveness of work health and safety (WHS) consultation and participation processes ǡǡ Identify and contact responsible persons and relevant authorities when required ǡǡ Establish and build relationships ǡǡ Contribute to setting up and running WHS consultation and participation processes ǡǡ Sequence tasks, meeting timelines and run efficient and effective meetings ǡǡ Apply WHS policy to own and others’ work areas and job roles ǡǡ Contribute to the implementation of the WHS policy as it applies to own work area and job role ǡǡ Identify training requirements necessary for effective WHS consultation and participation processes ǡǡ Identify and provide training to meet legal and other requirements ON COMPLETION The qualification BSB41412 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety will be issued upon successful completion of the required ten units of competence.
  16. 16. 27 26 CERTIFICATE IV IN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT – TAE40110 Duration 8 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 The Certificate IV in Training and Assessment is designed to provide participants with the required competencies to deliver training in an industry area or areas of subject matter expertise, and to conduct competency based assessment in a range of contexts. This qualification outlines the skills required to be able to plan and deliver training sessions to groups and individuals, while also providing the knowledge necessary to assess their effectiveness. To gain this qualification, participants need to successfully complete ten units. These units of competence are delivered and assessed through a combination of face-to-face classroom training and post course assessment. All assessment components require a reasonable amount of time studying, implementing processes and developing portfolios of evidence. The units covered in this course have been designed to the qualification requirements and for those wishing to complete TAE Skill Sets only. TAESS00007 Enterprise Trainer - Presenting Skill Set BSBCMM401A Make a presentation TAEDEL301A Provide work skill instruction TAESS00001 Assessor Skill Set TAEASS401B Plan assessment activities and processes TAEASS301B Contribute to assessment TAEASS401B Plan assessment activities and processes TAEASS402B Assess competence TAEASS403B Participate in assessment validation MODULE 1 TAEDES401A Design and develop learning programs TAEDES402A Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client requirements TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills MODULE 2 BSBCMM401A Make a presentation TAEDEL301A Provide work skill instruction TAEDEL401A Plan, organise and deliver group-based learning TAEDEL402A Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace MODULE 3 TAEASS401B Plan assessment activities and processes TAEASS402B Assess competence TAEASS403B Participate in assessment validation DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those for whom training is a large part of their jobs or full time function within a structured assessment and training system. Participants who design, implement, manage and evaluate assessment and training systems within various workplaces will benefit from this course. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Work effectively in the policy and operating environment of the VET sector ǡǡ Foster and promote an environment which supports inclusive work practices and learning culture ǡǡ Ensure the health, safety and welfare of learners and candidates ǡǡ Use Training Packages and accredited courses as a tool to support industry, organisation or individual competency development needs ǡǡ Conceptualise, design, develop and evaluate learning programs to meet an identified need for a group of learners, using appropriate criteria ǡǡ Plan and organise training for individuals within a group ǡǡ Facilitate learning by individuals within a group ǡǡ Facilitate individual learning through a one on one relationship between a learner and facilitator ǡǡ Use work effectively as a learning process ǡǡ Plan and organise assessment process, including RPL in a competency-based assessment system ǡǡ Assess the competence of a candidate ǡǡ Develop assessment tools; and ǡǡ Participate in an assessment validation process ON COMPLETION The qualification of TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment will be issued upon successful completion of the required 10 units of competence. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available for all units of competence upon application prior to course enrolment. CONTAM SAMPLER REFRESHER Duration 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 The objective of this course is to provide participants with updated information on areas covered in the Surface Ventilation Technician course and any changes to the suite of mining occupational safety and health legislation relevant to the role of the CONTAM Sampler. DESIGNED FOR This course is intended for those that hold the position of a registered CONTAM Sampler and require re-registration. PRE-REQUISITES Candidates must be Registered CONTAM Samplers. Participants will be asked for their registration number and expiry date on enrolment. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ State the roles of the Surface Ventilation Technician ǡǡ Describe the application of CONTAM system to mining operations in Western Australia ǡǡ Interpret results in accordance with exposure standards in order to determine legislative compliance ǡǡ Discuss the need for collection of accurate atmospheric contaminant data and apply appropriate methodology for recording and reporting of results ǡǡ Calibrate sampling instrumentation in accordance with relevant standards or manufacturer’s requirements and accurately record results ON COMPLETION The participants will be eligible for re-registration as a Registered CONTAM Sampler with Department of Mines and Petroleum. COURSE IN SURFACE VENTILATION OFFICER - 52372 Duration 2 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 A requirement of the WA Mines Safety and Inspection Act is the appointment of persons with the competence to ensure that workplaces are adequately ventilated to minimise risks arising from exposure to hazardous substances and airborne contaminants. This course builds upon the competencies acquired in the three day Certificate III in Surface Ventilation Technician Course. Successful completion of this course will prequalify the person for appointment as a Surface Ventilation Officer. Participants must be able to demonstrate the competencies outlined in the three day Certificate III in Surface Ventilation Technician Course. Participants must bring a calculator (with logarithm functions) and are required to complete a pre-course assignment on performing simple statistical calculations. NOTE: Course graduates qualify for Associate Membership of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygiene. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those requiring the skills and knowledge essential to be appointed as a Surface Ventilation Officer under the WA Mines Safety and Inspection Act. PRE-REQUISITES Participants must be able to demonstrate the competencies outlined in the three day 52365 Certificate III in Surface Ventilation Technician. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Discuss the application of the hierarchy of control in order to minimise any potential hazardous effects arising from employee exposure to atmospheric contaminants ǡǡ Discuss the need for alterations to exposure standards where variations to an eight hour shift may occur and apply appropriate formula to determine exposure level ǡǡ Explain the possible interrelationships between two or more atmospheric contaminants, their possible effect on exposed employees and potential difficulties of measurement
  17. 17. 29 28 ǡǡ Discuss the use of the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission’s guidance note for determining the level of risk posed by hazardous substances; and ǡǡ Apply a systematic approach to managing hazards for a range of hazardous substances exposure scenarios in mining operations, including: - Confined spaces; and - Welding and allied processes ON COMPLETION There is a post course assessment consisting of substantial workplace based exercises. Successful completion of the assessment requirements will provide participants with a Statement of Attainment for 52372 Course in Surface Ventilation Officer. PLEASE Note: This course accreditation expires on 31 March 2014. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, INTRODUCTION TO Duration 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course is designed to provide personnel with an overview and understanding of the concepts, principles and processes involved in Emergency Response, Emergency Management and Crisis Management in a corporate environment. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for all personnel who may be involved in emergency response or management in a corporate environment as a basic or pre-requisite course. It suits the needs of personnel from all risk industries. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Understand the nature of emergencies and crises ǡǡ Understand the various levels of management and the delineation of corresponding roles and responsibilities ǡǡ Identify some basic tools and processes that will better enable participants to respond to an emergency at an appropriate level; and ǡǡ Have an appreciation of an emergency management structure and the relevance of emergency management policy, plans and procedures FITNESS FOR WORK Duration 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 The aim of this course is to provide those managing/ supervising employees with the skills and knowledge to enable them to effectively manage and/or assist employees on matters related to fitness for work. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for HR Professionals, Safety Practitioners, and tertiary students studying safety (potential student discount), Injury Management Coordinators, Supervisors and Safety and Health leaders. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Understand an employer’s duty of care and an employee’s duty of care ǡǡ Assess information on hazards and risk and apply realistic controls ǡǡ Apply knowledge and discuss aspects of physical fitness, sound dietary practices and medical conditions ǡǡ Recognise the demands of work schedules and extended hours ǡǡ Identify fatigue indicators ǡǡ Understand the concerns of alcohol and other drug misuse ǡǡ Develop an understanding of stress, FIFO, relationship hardships and harm to psychosocial health; and ǡǡ Discuss a systematic approach for self responsibility and purpose in work/life balance HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES IN THE WORKPLACE Duration 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This one day program has been designed for those who need to make decisions about the choice, storage and handling of hazardous substances. It applies the basic concepts for the purpose of developing management systems. The course will focus on the hazardous substances requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act and Regulations, Dangerous Goods Regulations and the Mines Safety and Inspection Act and Regulations. It is especially relevant for Safety and Health Representatives, OSH staff, line managers, Safety and Health committee members and warehouse/store managers. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those who need to manage, use, assess and make decisions on the choice, storage and handling of hazardous substances. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Discuss the requirements of the Dangerous Goods Regulations and Hazardous Substances Regulations ǡǡ Determine, through calculation, the requirements for licensing of premises ǡǡ Construct suitable HAZCHEM placards ǡǡ Determine the suitability of storage facilities for hazardous substances ǡǡ Determine the suitability of labels applied to hazardous substances ǡǡ Discuss the options for disposal of hazardous substances ǡǡ Apply purchasing and other administrative controls to the use of hazardous substances; and ǡǡ Assess the level and requirements for information, instruction and training of employees using hazardous substances INFORMATION SEMINAR FOR INJURED WORKERS Duration 2.5 hours LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES This seminar is free. Please phone the bookings hotline for dates & information BOOKINGS Telephone +61 8 9333 9945 Managed by IFAP on behalf of WorkCover WA, this free seminar covers the following areas: ǡǡ Workers’ Compensation in WA ǡǡ Claims Process ǡǡ Entitlements ǡǡ Claims Obligations/Rights of Parties ǡǡ Dispute Resolution ǡǡ Impairment Assessments ǡǡ Settlements ǡǡ Injury Management /Returning to Work ǡǡ Sources of Assistance Seminars are held at both Northern and Southern metropolitan venues. Injured workers can book directly through IFAP.
  18. 18. 31 30 INJURY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR Duration 3 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course is specifically designed for people who have responsibility (either directly or indirectly) for injured workers in their organisation. It provides the participant with an introduction to the rights and obligations enshrined in the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981, and its regulations for all parties involved in the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management process. Injury Management in the workplace is a win-win philosophical concept which, if implemented and adhered to, can provide many benefits to the injured worker and their employer. For the employer, none more so than downward pressure on their Workers’ Compensation premium. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those people who have responsibility (either directly or indirectly) for injured workers in their organisation. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Understand the practical application of the legal requirements involved in the injury management process ǡǡ Understand the important issues of workplace culture, managing difficult Workers’ Compensation cases and data analysis and reporting; and ǡǡ Demonstrate the ability to develop a return to work plan in consultation with an Injured Worker ON COMPLETION Participants can elect to be assessed for competency by submitting the assessment component for this course. Successful completion of the assessment requirements will provide participants with a Statement of Attainment for FNSPIM401A Plan and Implement rehabilitation and return to work and health strategies and BSBHRM509A Manage rehabilitation or return to work programs. Participants may choose to use either of these two units towards partial completion of BSB51312 Diploma of Work Health and Safety or BSB41412 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety. INJURY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR – ADVANCED Duration 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course aims to expand on the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management law covered in the Injury Management Coordinator Course and provide skills to aid early identification and control of injured worker behavioural issues and concerns. Case studies are provided during the learning process offering students the opportunity to apply legal strategies to solve the problematic day-to-day issues that adversely affect the injury management process. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those responsible for the management of workers’ injuries. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Better understand injured workers’ entitlements and obligations ǡǡ Identify injured worker non-compliance behavioural issues and concerns ǡǡ Implement control measures for injured worker non- compliance behavioural issues and concerns; and ǡǡ Identify legal pathways and solutions to injured workers’ non-compliance LEAD AUDITOR – RABQSA DURATION 5 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 RABQSA International is recognised as the pre- eminent worldwide certification body for Quality, Safety and Environmental Auditors. This course is certified under the RABQSA International Training Provider Examination Certification Scheme for OHS management system auditors. Successful participants will be able to apply to RABQSA International for certification as a Provisional Auditor. This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge, competencies and skills required to effectively conduct OHS Management System Audits. A working knowledge of OHS legislation, organisational management systems and OHS practice is strongly advised before attendance on this course. A basic working knowledge of AS/NZS 4801:2001 is also advised before attendance. For participants who wish to undertake some pre- reading, the following standards will be referenced during the course: AS/NZS ISO 19011:2003; ISO 9001:2008; AS/NZS 4801:2001 and Guidelines; BSI-OHSAS 18001:1999; AS/NZS 4360:2004, plus Guidelines and Handbooks. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for individual OHS Practitioners and any member of a management team who is, or will be, involved in internal or external auditing of OHS management systems. PRE-REQUISITES A working knowledge of OHS legislation, organisational management systems and OHS practice is strongly advised before attendance on this course. A basic working knowledge of AS/NZS 4801:2001 is also advised before attendance. Please supply a brief copy of CV/ Resume to confirm pre-requisites are met. Note: IFAP require documentation to confirm pre-requisites are met prior to attending this course. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Understand the principles, procedures and techniques of auditing ǡǡ Understand the conduct of an effective audit in the context of the auditee’s organisational situation ǡǡ Understand the application of regulations, and other considerations relevant to the management system and conduct of the audit ǡǡ Practice personal attributes necessary for the effective and efficient conduct of a management system audit ǡǡ Understand how OHS laws, principles, codes of practice and standards are applied to an organisational management system ǡǡ Identify OHS hazards that are reasonably expected to occur for a specific business type or industry ǡǡ Assess the risk of identified hazards in the context of the organisation’s OHS management system ǡǡ Assess the effectiveness of methodologies to control risks ǡǡ Assess the OHS roles and responsibilities within the context of the organisational environment ǡǡ Determine the adequacy and effectiveness of an OHS management system ǡǡ Establish, plan and task the activities of an audit team ǡǡ Communicate effectively with the auditee and audit client ǡǡ Organise and direct audit team members ǡǡ Prevent and resolve conflict with the auditee and/or within the audit team; and ǡǡ Prepare and complete an OHS audit report ON COMPLETION Participants are assessed via observation of conduct during a simulated OHS audit, including interviewing techniques, compilation of an OHS audit report and a final written examination. Upon successful completion of the five day course, participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance. The assessment process also includes conduct of a Post-Course Audit against AS/NSZ 4801:2001 and submission of an OHSMS Audit Report. Successful completion of this requirement will provide participants with a Certificate of Achievement for the following internationally recognised RABQSA competencies: RABQSA - AU: Auditing Management Systems RABQSA - OH: OHS Management Systems RABQSA - TL: Leading Management System Audit Teams
  19. 19. 33 32 MANAGING SAFETY Duration 2 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course has been designed to give participants proficient knowledge for implementing an effective OHS Management System. The delivery of this course is over two consecutive days and upon completion participants will be issued with a Certificate of Attendance. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for Business Owners, General Managers and Senior Line Management. NOTE: It is strongly recommended that frontline supervisors and middle managers attend the Supervising Safety for Supervisors course prior to attending this program. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to demonstrate competency in the basic skills necessary to establish, evaluate and maintain an effective OHS Management System incorporating: ǡǡ The framework for OHS systems ǡǡ A system for: - Identifying hazards - Assessing risks - Controlling risks - Defining management competencies relevant to OHS - Defining performance indicators relevant to OHS responsibilities ǡǡ A process for evaluating an organisation’s OHS systems, policies, procedures and programs MANUAL HANDLING Duration 4 hours LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 Manual task injuries account for a large proportion of injuries that occur in Western Australian workplaces. This course is designed to assist participants in identifying, assessing and controlling hazards associated with manual tasks. This course also caters to supervisory staff and all personnel involved with manual task processes. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those involved in manual task processes in the workplace. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Apply the Code of Practice Manual Tasks 2010 ǡǡ Discuss risk factors associated with manual tasks ǡǡ Identify methods to control risks associated with manual tasks; and ǡǡ Address correct manual handling techniques MINE SAFETY INSPECTION ACT FOR SUPERVISORS Duration 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course is designed to introduce the participants to the requirements of the Mines Safety Inspection Act 1994 and Regulations. DESIGNED FOR This course is intended for Supervisors working under the Mine Safety Inspection Act and Regulations or persons appointed under Section 44. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Describe the relationship between Statute and Common Law ǡǡ Understand Statute Law legislative framework ǡǡ Apply general provisions under the legislation ǡǡ Demonstrate practical applications of the regulations ǡǡ Complete application of case studies MOCK COURT Duration 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of OSH management systems theory, through the use of a mock coroner court scenario. Training strategy includes a role play session where participants are required to observe a mock trial and act as assistants to the Coroner, by observing proceedings and identifying errors at an organisational level. Also included is a theory session outlining Occupational Safety and Health management systems theory and the typical errors that occur in such systems. Participants will be asked to identify systems level errors in the specific case example outlined in the role play. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for line and senior managers, as well as OSH professionals. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Understand OSH management systems theory ǡǡ Identify systems level errors in a specific case scenario; and ǡǡ Understand the procedures and processes involved in a Coroner’s court
  20. 20. 35 34 NEBOSH - INTERNATIONAL GENERAL CERTIFICATE (IGC) IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY Duration Optional 12 days, 4 days, 3 days - exam only (exam re-sits details are available on request) LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 The NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (IGC) covers the principles relating to Health and Safety, identification and control of workplace hazards and the practical application of this knowledge. The IGC syllabus takes a risk management approach, based on best practice and international standards, such as the International Labour Organisation (ILO) codes of practice. Local laws and cultural factors may form part of the study programme where relevant and appropriate. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for Managers, Supervisors and employees throughout the world. The NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety provides the skills and know-how to fulfil their Health and Safety responsibilities in any country and in any kind of organisation. PRE-REQUISITES Completion of BSB41407 Certficate IV in Occupational Health and Safety or BSB41412 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety is required for enrolment on the course. IFAP is delivering the NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety as an addendum to the Certificate IV in OHS/WHS. EXPECTED OUTCOMES The International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety is divided into three units, each of which is assessed separately: Management of international health and safety (IGC1) ǡǡ Understanding of the foundations of OHS ǡǡ Application of Health and Safety Management Systems ǡǡ Knowledge of emergency response procedures ǡǡ Understanding the impact of safety culture on OHS ǡǡ Understanding of permit to work systems ǡǡ Management and control of workplace hazards ǡǡ Explain the importance of monitoring and review of OHS systems Control of international workplace hazards (IGC2) ǡǡ Management and control of hazards in varying industry sectors ǡǡ Identify risk associated with vehicle movement in the workplace ǡǡ Identification and control of musculoskeletal hazards ǡǡ Apply appropriate knowledge to the risk of using workplace equipment and tools ǡǡ Understand the hazards associated with electricity ǡǡ Demonstrate an understanding of hazards and control measures associated with fire ǡǡ Knowledge of controlling chemical and biological hazards ǡǡ Apply appropriate controls to physical and psychological hazards International health and safety practical application (IGC3) ǡǡ Application of knowledge gained through IGC 1 and IGC 2 through workplace inspection and completion of written report ON COMPLETION Participants are assessed with written examinations for each of the units taught, IGC1 and IGC2, and a practical assessment for IGC3. A unit certificate is issued denoting successful achievement of each unit. A certificate parchment is issued on completion of the two units and the practical examination. RESTRICTED ASBESTOS LICENCE Duration 4 hours LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 Asbestos is a hazardous material and its removal needs to be carried out by trained and experienced operators who are licenced. Those completing this course will be able to properly supervise, manage and carry out asbestos work involving non-friable (bonded) asbestos-containing material. Occupational Safety and Health regulations require operators to have a Restricted Asbestos Licence if removing more than 10 square metres of bonded asbestos in a workplace. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for all personnel who are required to carry out asbestos work involving non-friable (bonded) asbestos containing material. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to understand the following: MODULE ONE 1. Legislative Framework 2. Terms to Describe Asbestos 3. Types of Asbestos 4. Asbestos Uses 5. Fibre Size 6. The Health Risks MODULE TWO 7. Risk Assessment: What the Law Says 8. Additional Information on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Non-Friable (bonded) Asbestos Removal 9. Preparing a Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) MODULE THREE 10. Removal and Disposal: What the Law Says 11. Procedures for Removal of Non-Friable (Bonded) Asbestos 12. Disposal of Non Friable (Bonded) Asbestos Material Note: On the completion of the course, if an applicant requires a Restricted Asbestos Licence, a written application form, application fee and the evidence of ability to remove asbestos in a safe and proper manner is required to be submitted to WorkSafe WA. RISK MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS Duration 1 day LOCATION To client request DATES & PRICES Corporate Course on request BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 The base of a successful Occupational Safety and Health program is that hazards in the workplace can be identified and controlled in accordance with the risks they pose. This process is an essential part of the safety systems required in WA Occupational Safety and Health regulations. This program focuses on the role of all employees and emphasises the need for their involvement in the process of managing workplace hazards. It has particular relevance to those who have had little or no previous Occupational Safety and Health training. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those requiring the ability to be able to identify hazards and associated risk within their workplace. Ideal for those who have little or no previous Occupational Safety and Health knowledge. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Discuss the various types of hazards that exist in the workplace ǡǡ Apply the techniques of hazard identification to a workplace inspection ǡǡ Assess the level of risk posed by identified hazards using a risk assessment matrix ǡǡ Identify critical tasks that require specific risk control strategies ǡǡ Suggest effective hazard control techniques by application of the hierarchy of control; and ǡǡ Conduct a Task Impact Analysis and develop Safe Work Procedures This course provides the foundation knowledge for compilation of a critical task inventory. Contact IFAP to arrange a Critical Task Workshop to maximise learning outcomes.
  21. 21. 37 36 SAFETY AND HEALTH REPRESENTATIVE Duration 5 days LOCATION Perth, Kalgoorlie, Bunbury, Geraldton, Joondalup DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 GovernmentAccreditedcourseforWAOSHAct,WAMSIAct This is the standard training course for WA Safety and Health Representatives (SHR’s). It is the introductory course for elected Safety and Health Representatives, including those from the mining industry and general workplaces. It is designed to enable elected Safety and Health Representatives to effectively represent their fellow employees in matters relating to Occupational Safety and Health in the workplace. It has been accredited since 1994 by the Commission for Occupational Safety and Health to provide the training required by Section 14(1)(h) of the WA Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984. This course aims to give Safety and Health Representatives the basic knowledge and skills to effectively perform their roles and functions under the legislation. The goal is to assist in improving Safety and Health in Western Australian workplaces. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those elected as Safety and Health Representatives. NOTE: Supervisors, managers and committee members who are not elected Safety and Health Representatives are not precluded from attending. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Apply knowledge of legislation in the role of a Safety and Health Representative ǡǡ Identify and locate information from a variety of sources ǡǡ Identify and evaluate hazards in the workplace and recommend control methods ǡǡ Conduct an effective inspection of their workplaces ǡǡ Conduct an effective investigation into workplace illness/injuries and accidents ǡǡ Communicate on Safety and Health matters and represent employees ǡǡ Describe the functions, make up and roles of a Safety and Health Committee; and ǡǡ Resolve conflict and issue Provisional Improvement Notices (PINs) when appropriate NOTE: Participants attending the course have the opportunity to apply for the optional Recognition of Prior Learning for five of the units in the BSB30712 Certificate III in Work Health and Safety. An RPL Application Fee will apply. For further information, please contact IFAP on +61 8 9333 9999. SAFETY AND HEALTH REPRESENTATIVE REFRESHER Duration 2 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course has been designed to update the skills and knowledge for those elected Safety and Health Representatives who have attended the introductory training program. The course also provides additional skills and knowledge to elected Safety and Health Representatives so they can continue to adequately represent employees and effectively participate in an organisation’s safety management program. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those re-elected as Safety and Health Representatives. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Reinforce the objectives and strategies outlined in the State’s Occupational Safety and Health Legislation ǡǡ Access hazard information and apply realistic controls to the workplace ǡǡ Gain the ability to research and formulate an informative short talk for co-workers on specific hazards; and ǡǡ Identify barriers to effective performance of the role and function of the Safety and Health Representative and formulate processes for overcoming the barriers SAFETY COMMITTEES Duration 2 days LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 The Safety Committee is in an unrivalled position to provide the focus for safety activities in any organisation. Safety Committee Member training complements Safety and Health Representative Training and the Supervising Safety course and provides the workplace with an effective team to enhance Occupational Safety and Health. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those elected as Safety and Health Committees members. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Prepare, participate in, and run effective OSH Committee meetings ǡǡ Undertake the role of the OSH Committee as laid out by legislation ǡǡ Participate effectively in the formulation, implementation and evaluation of OHS programs relevant to the organisation ǡǡ Discuss the formulation, implementation and evaluation of OSH programs relevant to the organisation ǡǡ Utilise a model for problem solving/decision making ǡǡ Utilise the process of accident investigation to make recommendations in regard to the incident; and ǡǡ List, use and keep up-to-date with important sources of information on OSH SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS Duration 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This one day course is designed to introduce participants to the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Legislation. As such, it is applicable to all employees within an organisation. The aim of the course is to provide participants with an overview of the OSH Act and Regulations. It includes instruction, discussion and individual/group exercises and case studies. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for all employees. Ideal for new employees or those needing a general knowledge of OSH. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Describe the legislative requirements for ensuring a safe workplace ǡǡ Establish consultative mechanisms within their workplace ǡǡ Perform hazard identification, assessment and develop controls to reduce hazards in the workplace ǡǡ Report accidents in accordance with the legislative requirements ǡǡ Develop a safe work instruction; and ǡǡ Identify the need for Inductions within the workplace
  22. 22. 39 38 SUPERVISING SAFETY Duration 2 days LOCATION Perth, Kalgoorlie, Geraldton DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course is designed for the people who work at supervisory level so as to provide them with the knowledge about the role of a supervisor in relation to hazard and risk management, injury recording and analysis within an organisation along with Occupational Health and Safety legislative framework. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for those people in line management positions including supervisors, leading hands and frontline managers. This course can also be delivered specifically for the mining industry. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to demonstrate competency to implement and monitor the organisation’s Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) policies, procedures and program in the relevant work area to meet legislative requirements. WORKERS’ COMPENSATION AND INJURY MANAGEMENT FOR WRP Duration 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course aims to introduce the law of Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management to Workplace Rehabilitation Providers. Participants will be introduced to critical legal and injury management principles. This knowledge will then be applied to challenging case studies that require application of the principles. DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for approved Workplace Rehabilitation Providers. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Understand the role of WorkCover WA ǡǡ Understand and apply principles from relevant sections of the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981 ǡǡ Understand the legislation pertinent to the role of a WRP; and ǡǡ Understand the main steps in the dispute resolution process WORKERS’ COMPENSATION AND INJURY MANAGEMENT FOR MANAGERS Duration 5 hours LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 It is a legal requirement for all employer organisations in WA to have an Injury Management System. This Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Short Course for Managers is specifically designed for employers who wish to understand and meet their Workers’ Compensation legal obligations. Injury management in the workplace is not only a legal obligation but also a win-win philosophical concept which, if implemented and adhered to, can provide many benefits to the employer and also the injured worker. For the employer, some of the major benefits of committing to the injury management process are: ǡǡ A well managed injured worker, in most cases, can be advantageous in applying downward pressure on the Workers’ Compensation premium ǡǡ An experienced and valued member of the workforce gets back to their full pre-injury duties sooner, rather than later ǡǡ Assists in the development of a positive workplace culture Managers will be provided with a well rounded educational experience in the Workers’ Compensation and injury management legal process. The educational experience includes two optional multiple choice self-assessments provided at appropriate intervals during the course. WORK SAFELY WITH RADIOACTIVE ORES Duration 1 day LOCATION Perth DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course is designed to provide participants with the ability to recognise the hazards and risks of working with uranium/thorium ores, mineral sands or any other naturally occurring material and to use appropriate radiation protection and safety measures. This involves recognising the hazards and risks associated with assigned work activities, using the required radiation protection and safety measures, responding appropriately to actual/ potential emergencies and contributing to improved radiation safety. The course is particularly relevant to drillers, miners, loader operators, plant operators and sampler/testers who may undertake: ǡǡ Exploration surveys of radioactive ore-bodies ǡǡ Extraction/milling/processing/packing of radioactive ores, concentrates or mineral products ǡǡ Management of radioactive by-products, contaminants and/or wastes ǡǡ Rehabilitation of mine sites; or ǡǡ Laboratory testing DESIGNED FOR This course is designed for all personnel who directly handle, or come in direct contact with radioactive materials in the mining and mineral processing industry sector. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Identify hazards and associated risks with the site and assigned tasks; ǡǡ Apply required radiation protection and safety measures; ǡǡ Respond to potential or actual radiation incidents; and ǡǡ Contribute to radiation safety ON COMPLETION The course includes a formal competency assessment. Successful completion of the assessment requirements will provide participants with a Statement of Attainment for PSPRAD202 Work safely with radioactive ores and minerals.
  23. 23. 40 Construction & Equipment Skills Training www.ifap.asn.au 41 “Best training course that we have been on for years! And we have a number of ideas that we can implement to further improve the system” - Mock Court Participant
  24. 24. 43 42 Construction & Equipment Skills Training Index CN Crane 44 Dogging 44 Dogging and Crane Operator 45 Elevating Work Platform 45 Forklift Truck Operator 46 High Pressure Water Jetting Assistant 46 Skid Steer Loader/Backhoe Operator 47 White Card – Work Safely in Construction 47 Work Safely at Heights 48 Work Safely (Practical Inductions) 48 CORPORATE (IN-COMPANY) TRAINING COURSES Chainsaw Operator 49 Crane Operator 49 Conduct Local Risk Conrol 49 Excavator 49 Front End Loader Operator 50 High Pressure Water Jetting Operator 50 Industrial Services Induction 50 Overhead Crane 51 Vehicle Loading Crane Operator 51 CUSTOMISED COURSES IFAP can modify an existing course or create a course to suit most training requirements. Examples are: ǡǡ Mining companies - IFAP can train staff to be safe operators of several machines in order to clean up spills or small stockpiles ǡǡ Construction industry - IFAP has run the Introduction to Scaffolding for Supervisors course in order to give participants the knowledge they need to recognise good or bad practice ǡǡ Manufacturing industries - IFAP has conducted courses using forklift attachments, log attachments and jib attachments on wheeled loaders CONSULTING AND ADVISORY SERVICES IFAP assists members and organisations with advice on a variety of Occupational Health and Safety issues in practical equipment skills. This advice can be easily combined with that from other IFAP specialists to provide a ‘one-stop-shop’ for industry’s Occupational Health and Safety issues. IFAP advises on skill training needs and conducts workplace assessments of skills (i.e. training needs analysis). IFAP has highly qualified and experienced skills consultants who are able to carry out specific construction and skills related consultancy activities. They include supervision of projects, assistance with accident investigation, technical advice on related activities, risk assessments and audits. NATIONAL STANDARD FOR LICENSING PERSONS PERFORMING HIGH RISK WORK A person requires a High Risk Work (HRW) Licence to perform: ǡǡ Scaffolding - basic, intermediate and advanced ǡǡ Rigging work - dogging; basic and advanced rigging ǡǡ Crane and hoist operation - tower; self-erecting tower; derrick; portal boom; bridge and gantry; vehicle loading; non slewing mobile; slewing; materials hoist; personnel and materials hoist; boom-type elevating work platform; vehicle mounted concrete placing boom ǡǡ Forklift operation - forklift trucks; order-picking forklift trucks; and ǡǡ Pressure equipment operation - basic, intermediate and advanced boiler operation; turbine operation reciprocating steam engine operation Where WorkSafe WA issues High Risk Work Licences: ǡǡ Applicants must be at least 18 years of age ǡǡ Applicants must be able to use the English language at a level that is appropriate to the safe use and operation of the particular equipment as specified in the competency standards ǡǡ Applicants must take identification checks and verification of age Licences will only be valid for the class(es) of high risk work endorsed on the licence and will be issued for a period of five years. IFAP will recognise prior learning, either in full or part, of WorkSafe WA High Risk Work Licences, provided the applicant is able to produce adequate evidence of previous training and/or experience. Additional information can be found at: www.worksafe.wa.gov.au. Construction & Equipment Skills Services IFAP offers a wide range of training options in the safe operation of equipment and to achieve the government safety authority High Risk Work Licence. Many of the construction and equipment skills training courses offered by IFAP align with National Training Package and Units of Competence.
  25. 25. 45 44 CN CRANE DURATION 4 days LOCATION Kalgoorlie DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone +61 8 9021 5569 This course aims to provide participants with information and understanding of the theory and knowledge aspects of the assessment for the CN Crane High Risk Work Licence. It will assess competencies in three areas - written theory, knowledge and practical for the CN Crane High Risk Work Licence to meet the requirements of TLILIC3006A Licence to operate a non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity). NOTE: An additional fee is charged by WorkSafe WA for issuing the licence. PRE-REQUISITES All participants in this course are highly recommended to hold a Dogging High Risk Work Licence. Course participants must be 18 years or over and must be able to use the English language at a level that is appropriate to the safe use and operation of the particular equipment as specified in the competency standards. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, and with practical experience, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Correctly identify parts of a crane ǡǡ Safely and efficiently operate the crane ǡǡ Read and understand load charts ǡǡ Identify safe and efficient slinging of loads ǡǡ Work with doggers, using correct communication or crane signals; and ǡǡ Detect defects and take action necessary to control and maintain the crane in common emergencies ON COMPLETION Successful completion of the assessment requirements will provide participants with a Statement of Attainment for TLILIC3006A Licence to operate a non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity). DOGGING DURATION 5 days (Perth) LOCATION Perth, Kalgoorlie DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This five day course has been designed to provide the knowledge to safely and efficiently sling and direct loads handled by cranes. A Dogging High Risk Work Licence is required in all industries when a person must make a decision on what type of slinging or lifting equipment is required, or how to sling a load that is freely suspended by any type of crane. NOTE: An additional fee is charged by WorkSafe WA for issuing the licence. DESIGNED FOR Designed for those requiring the skills and knowledge to be able to safely sling and direct loads handled by cranes and needing to obtain the required Dogging High Risk Work Licence. PRE-REQUISITES Course participants must be 18 years of age and be able to read and must be able to use the English language at a level that is appropriate to the safe use and operation of the particular equipment as specified in the competency standards. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Take precautions and measures to prevent accidents in connection with the movements of loads handled by a crane ǡǡ Safely and efficiently sling and handle loads ǡǡ State the safe working load of, and uses for, ropes, chains and other lifting devices ǡǡ Estimate the weights of loads composed of different materials; and ǡǡ Direct the movement of cranes using standard crane signals, both visual and audible ON COMPLETION Successful completion of the assessment requirements will provide participants with a Statement of Attainment for CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging. DOGGING AND CRANE OPERATOR DURATION 8 days LOCATION Kalgoorlie DATES & PRICES Please contact IFAP Kalgoorlie BOOKINGS Telephone +61 8 9021 5569 This combined course aims to train and assess participants for the knowledge and skills required for assessment for the Perform Dogging and CN Crane High Risk Work Licences. PRE-REQUISITES Participants must be at least 18 years of age, and must be able to use the English language at a level that is appropriate to the safe use and operation of the particular equipment as specified in the competency standards. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Safely and efficiently sling and handle loads ǡǡ State the safe working load of, and uses for, ropes, chains and other lifting devices ǡǡ Estimate the weights of loads composed of different materials; and ǡǡ Direct the movement of cranes using standard crane signals, both visual and audible ON COMPLETION Successful completion of the assessment requirements will provide participants with a Statement of Attainment for CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging and TLILIC3006A Licence to operate a non- slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity). ELEVATING WORK PLATFORM DURATION 2 days LOCATION Perth, Kalgoorlie DATES & PRICES Please refer to the 2014 IFAP Public Course Planner BOOKINGS Telephone 1300 IFAP 00 This course is a legal requirement for any person who operates an Elevating Work Platform (EWP) 11m and over. The aim of this course is to train participants in the use of an EWP. Once assessed competent, the participants are eligible to apply for a High Risk Work Licence from WorkSafe. NOTE: An additional fee is charged by WorkSafe WA for issuing the licence. DESIGNED FOR Designed for those requiring the skills and knowledge to be able to safely operate an Elevating Work Platform and needing to obtain the required EWP High Risk Work Licence. PRE-REQUISITES Course participants must be 18 years of age and be able to read and must be able to use the English language at a level that is appropriate to the safe use and operation of the particular equipment as specified in the competency standards. EXPECTED OUTCOMES On completion of this course, participants should be able to: ǡǡ Perform daily maintenance ǡǡ Perform prestart checks ǡǡ Set outriggers prior to operation ǡǡ Identify operating hazards ǡǡ Plan work ǡǡ Setup and take-down ǡǡ Operate controls; and ǡǡ Perform manual descent and emergency stop ON COMPLETION Successful completion of the assessment requirements will provide participants with a Statement of Attainment for TLILIC2005A Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 meters or more).

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