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We believe that a safe workplace is a productive workplace. That’s why we offer industry-leading safety training courses tailored to the needs of workers in a variety of industries.
Host Safety and Training recognise that upskilling yourself and your team with nationally recognised qualifications is a smart investment.
This course covers the skills and knowledge required to operate and maintain breathing apparatus and equipment in an irrepressible atmosphere, as defined by the Australian Standards AS/NZS 1715:2009 Selection, use and maintenance of respiratory protective equipment.
MSMPER300 Issue work permits
MSMWHS201 Conduct hazard analysis
RIIRIS201E Conduct local risk control
This course covers the skills and knowledge required to issue work permits. It covers an understanding of the permit system and the limitations of each permit, and making decisions regarding the need for and correct use of each permit. This unit includes the issue of any and all permits. Permits are called ‘clearances’ by some organisations.
The Standard 11, also known as the S11, equips coal mining industry workers with essential risk assessment and safety skills required to operate safely on work sites. The program provides workers with core skills of hazard identification and risk control prior to undertaking site-specific inductions. It also provides core competencies towards accredited training.
Underground Specialist (BG4) course covers the skills and knowledge required to respond safely to underground mining emergencies. This course is relevant to personnel who would need to assess the magnitude and impact of the emergency; gather and coordinate all of the necessary emergency response equipment, direct their implementation, and initiate the rescue of personnel from the underground area.
This unit of competency involves the skills and knowledge required by occupants to recognise emergencies in a facility, to report emergencies and to take appropriate action during facility emergency situations. It includes preparing for emergency situations, reporting emergencies, responding to emergency warnings and advice, choosing the most appropriate course of action and evacuating from a danger area.
This unit specifies the outcomes required to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding at the basic level, consisting of scaffolding work connected with the operation or use of modular or prefabricated scaffolds, cantilevered materials hoists with a maximum working load of 500kg, ropes and gin wheels, safety nets and static lines, and bracket scaffolds (tank and formwork) for licensing purposes.
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The CSQ is an independent, not-for-profit, industry-funded body supporting employers, workers, apprentices, trainees and career seekers in the building and construction industry.
You may be eligible for funding if you are:
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Based on the Sunshine Coast, we have offices in Gladstone, Mackay, Victoria and Northern Territory and have serviced clients across the country.
We also offer on-site training and request.