Staltari OHS Courses Available

Annual Re-test for Insurance

Driver Protection and Employer Mitigation Evidence via common refresher course regardless of which licence is held.  Your worker has obtained a High Risk Work Licence in the past or a relevant Verification of Competence or Duty of Care training certificate; however were their on-going training needs readdressed at the annual safety meeting of the board?

 

 

 

Or in many cases Refresher Training as we know it, being of either the operators’ underpinning knowledge or practical assessment only, or both usually, is typically the type of suitable documentary evidence your insurance company is seeking as evidence; of your obligation to mitigate (usually on an annual basis) all hazards, where deemed reasonable and practicable to do so.  Much like the local safety authorities would reasonably expect.

 

 

Charges $250.00 for LO, LF and EWP per Refresher Certificate
Duration: Up to 3 hours
Location:  On-site only
Theory and Practical information sessions

 

 

 

OHS Records Inspection

Double check accuracy of required certification (documentary evidence) for specific plant operation

 

Will work collaboratively with your OHS Advisor / Manager over a short - term project period.

 

 

Currently not online TBA

 

OHS Management Review

Management OHS / WHS / OH&E Awareness Certificate of Attendance

 

Will work collaboratively with your local divisional management team as we facilitate vital knowledge regarding personal and company responsibilities.  Core aspects will be recognition of the Hierarchy of Hazards tree in any situation and the most relevant key published areas of your obligations as published in the OHS Regulations, the OHS Act, the Australian Standards and the Code of Practice pertaining to your industry.

 

 

Also includes training on how to locate and use WorkSafe Guidelines to bolster your OHS armour on a day to day to basis whether you’re involved in administrative or workshop level seniority, this course may benefit you in both the short and long term!

Currently not online TBA

 

Worksafe Inspectorate WA

Reserved for Principal Officers only of the WA Health & Safety Inspectorate

 

Specialising in interpretation of local laws and Australian Standards relevant to safe mobile plant operations for all Forklifts and Order Pickers including Turret Trucks.

 

 

Staltari OHS Training & Assessment also delivers specialised information regarding all operational aspects of Reach Stackers and specified plant.

 

 

 

Similarly styled courses may be tailored to your safety board’s needs or your selected Safety Advisor Team.

 

White Card

White Card – Construction Industry CPCCOHS1001A
The white card is a general safety course and compulsory for any person who is planning or working in a construction site in Australia.

 

 

Half Day Course Overview: Cost: POA

  Roles & responsibilities
  Basic principles of health and safety in the construction industries in WA
  Personal Protective Equipment
  Tool considerations
  Preventing workplace injuries and illnesses
  Risk Management
  Hazard identification and control
  Accident Prevention & equipment


Training Details:


Start Time: 8:00 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)

Finish Time: 2:00 pm

What to bring: 1 Photo ID (e.g. Driver’s Licence, Passport (current or expired no more than 2 years), WA proof of age card or other Australian Government issued ID card with photo); 1 Secondary ID (e.g. Medicare Card, current credit card or ATM card, telephone, gas, electricity account not more than 12 months old);

Clothing: Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots
 

 


Gold Card

Gold Card - Telehandler RIIHAN309D
The gold card covers this well-known and ubiquitous chameleon. The course covers safety and operation and is essential for anyone using this type of specified plant.


1 Day Course Overview:

Cost: POA




  Understand Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or/and Risk Assessment (RA)
  Site/ Job Planning
  Pre start
  Pre operational checks
  Operate Tele-handler, lift, tilt & extend boom
  Load Chart
  Move Loads
  Parking
  Shut down Tele-handler
  Post operational checks

Training Details:

Start Time: 8:00 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)

Finish Time:

4:00 pm

What to bring: 1 Photo ID (e.g. Driver’s Licence, Passport (current or expired no more than 2 years), WA proof of age card or other Australian Government issued ID card with photo); 1 Secondary ID (e.g. Medicare Card, current credit card or ATM card, telephone, gas, electricity account not more than 12 months old);

Clothing:

Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots

Yellow Card

Yellow Card – Scissor Lift and Boom Lift (under 11m) RIIHAN301D
The EWPA Operator Ticket (Yellow Card) is a registered ticket issued to operators who have been successfully trained by EWPA Accredited Trainers in the safe use and operation of various types of EWP that doesn’t require a WorkSafe Licence.

1 Day Course Overview:
Cost: POA

  Basic principles of health and safety in the construction industries in WA
  Preventing workplace injuries and illnesses
  Identifying workplace hazards
  Hazard control measures
  Choosing the right EWP
  Pre and post operational checks
  Setting up the EWP
  Operating the EWP
  Shut down and secure procedures
  Relevant Victorian OH&S Requirements and Duty of Care

Training Details:

Start Time: 8:00 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)

Duration: 4:00 pm

What to bring: 1 Photo ID (e.g. Driver’s Licence, Passport (current or expired no more than 2 years), WA proof of age card or other Australian Government issued ID card with photo); 1 Secondary ID (e.g. Medicare Card, current credit card or ATM card, telephone, gas, electricity account not more than 12 months old);

Clothing: Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots
 

Skid Steer Operations

Skid Steer Operations RIIMPO318D (Assessment Only)

This unit covers conducting skid steer loader operations in the civil construction industry. It includes: planning and preparing; conducting machine pre-operational checks; operating skid steer loaders; lifting, carrying and placing materials; selecting, removing and fitting attachments; relocating the skid steer loaders; carrying out machine operator maintenance; and cleaning up.

1 Day Course Overview:
Cost: POA



  Skid steer loader types, characteristics, technical capabilities and limitations
  Basic principles of soil technology for civil works
  Site and equipment safety requirements
  Techniques for calculating safe working loads
  Skid steer loader techniques related to essential tasks
  Processes for interpreting drawings and sketches
  Operational, maintenance and basic diagnostic procedures
  Site isolation and traffic control responsibilities and authorities
  Materials safety data sheet and materials handling methods
  Project Quality Requirements
  Civil construction terminology
  Methods of changing machine attachments
  Safe operating techniques in all terrain
  Basic earthworks calculations

Training Details:

Start Time: 8:00 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)

Duration: 4:00 pm

What to bring: 1 Photo ID (e.g. Driver’s Licence, Passport (current or expired no more than 2 years), WA proof of age card or other Australian Government issued ID card with photo); 1 Secondary ID (e.g. Medicare Card, current credit card or ATM card, telephone, gas, electricity account not more than 12 months old);

Clothing: Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots
 

Wheel Loader Operations

Wheel Loader Operations RIIMPO304D

This unit covers the conducting of wheel loader operations in mining and extractive industries. It includes planning and preparing for operations, operating the loader, and carrying out post-operational procedures.

1 Day Course Overview:
Cost: POA



  Drive and operate a Front End Loader safely to the Resources
         and Infrastructure Industry Unit RIIMPO304D
  Conduct Wheel Loader Operations
  Load and dump
  Stockpile
  Level
  Load trucks
  Work safely in a productive environment

Training Details:

Start Time: 8:00 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)

Finish Time: 4:00 pm

What to bring: 1 Photo ID (e.g. Driver’s Licence, Passport (current or expired no more than 2 years), WA proof of age card or other Australian Government issued ID card with photo); 1 Secondary ID (e.g. Medicare Card, current credit card or ATM card, telephone, gas, electricity account not more than 12 months old);

Clothing: Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots
 

Working at Heights

Working at Heights RIIWHS204D

The applicant will have completed off the job training during which the following key theoretical competencies were taught in relation to the Safe Working at Heights. The aim of this training is to assist in providing a safe system of work where there is the risk of falling from height.

1 Day Course Overview:
Cost: POA



  Understand Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or/and Risk Assessment (RA)
  Mines Safety and Inspection ACT 1994
  Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995
  Occupational Safety & Health Regulations 1996
  Code of Practice- Prevention of falls at workplaces 2004
  Edge Protection
  Using the Hierarchy of control to identify hazards at heights
  Risk of falling objects
  Working on Brittle or Fragile Roofing
  Protection of Holes and Opening
  Inspect and fit of a Full Body Harness
  Identification and inspection of different items of fall protection
  Basic Requirements regarding use of scaffolding
  Basic Requirements for operating EWP
  Basic Requirements regarding setting up of static lines
  Inspection and the correct use of ladders.
  Understand free fall, free fall-arrest and fall-to-safe
  Suspension trauma
  Vital steps to reduce fall arrest trauma
  Weather Condition and Night work
  Housekeeping and Height safety general
  Emergency rescue procedure

Training Details:

Start Time: 8:00 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)

Finish Time: 4:00 pm

What to bring: 1 Photo ID (e.g. Driver’s Licence, Passport (current or expired no more than 2 years), WA proof of age card or other Australian Government issued ID card with photo); 1 Secondary ID (e.g. Medicare Card, current credit card or ATM card, telephone, gas, electricity account not more than 12 months old);

Clothing: Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots
 

Fire Fighting Course

Fire Fighting Course CPPFES2005A

This course is designed to enable the service technician to demonstrate to customers how various portable fire protection products are used in emergency situations.
All work in this area must be completed in accordance with relevant legislative, industry, customer and organisational requirements, including Occupational Health & Safety/Work Health & Safety (OHS/WHS) policies and procedures.

Half Day Course Overview:
Cost: POA



  Use of a portable fire extinguisher, a fire hose reel and a fire blanket
  Apply methods of accounting for people
  Assist people who need assistance
  Carry out a search pattern within an area
  Contribute to emergency management planning
  Use equipment assigned to assist with implementing the workplace emergency procedures


Training Details:

Start Time: 8:00 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)

Finish Time: 2:00 pm

What to bring: 1 Photo ID (e.g. Driver’s Licence, Passport (current or expired no more than 2 years), WA proof of age card or other Australian Government issued ID card with photo); 1 Secondary ID (e.g. Medicare Card, current credit card or ATM card, telephone, gas, electricity account not more than 12 months old);

Clothing: Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots
 

Confined Space Entry

Confined Space Entry MSAPMPER205C (Petro Chemical)

The aim of this training is to assist in providing a safe system of work where there is the risk of entering Confined Space.

1 Day Course Overview:
Cost: POA



  The requirements of AS 2865
  Definitions of a confined space
  Roles of personnel involved in working in a confined space
  What defines a person as having entered a confined space
  Duties of a Stand-by person
  Duties of a confined space Permit Issuer
  Duties of a Permit Holder
  Gas testing requirements, when and by whom.
  Common gases found in confined space and the physical properties of these gases
  Effects of these gasses on the body and treatment of persons that have been exposed to them
  Types of asphyxiants effects of oxygen depletion
  NOSHC Exposure limits, STEL, PPM and TWA
  Pre entry requirements, Isolations, Emergency Plans, Ventilation, Communication
  Understand Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or/and Risk Assessment (RA) consistent with job tasks
  Mines Safety and Inspection ACT 1994
  Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995
  Using the Hierarchy of control to identify hazards in confined space
  Emergency rescue procedure

Training Details:

Start Time: 8:00 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)

Finish Time: 4:00 pm

What to bring: 1 Photo ID (e.g. Driver’s Licence, Passport (current or expired no more than 2 years), WA proof of age card or other Australian Government issued ID card with photo); 1 Secondary ID (e.g. Medicare Card, current credit card or ATM card, telephone, gas, electricity account not more than 12 months old);

Clothing: Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots
 

Enter and Work in Confined Spaces

Enter and Work in Confined Spaces RIIWHS202D (Mining)

Applicants will have completed off the job training during which the following key theoretical competencies were taught in relation to the Safe Entry and working in Confined Space: The aim of this training is to assist in providing a safe system of work where there is the risk of entering Confined Space.

1 Day Course Overview:
Cost: POA



  The requirements of AS 2865
  Definitions of a confined space
  Roles of personnel involved in working in a confined space
  What defines a person as having entered a confined space
  Duties of a Stand-by person
  Duties of a confined space Permit Issuer
  Duties of a Permit Holder
  Gas testing requirements, when and by whom.
  Common gases found in confined space and the physical properties of these gases
  Effects of these gasses on the body and treatment of persons that have been exposed to them
  Types of asphyxiants effects of oxygen depletion
  NOSHC Exposure limits, STEL, PPM and TWA
  Pre entry requirements, Isolations, Emergency Plans, Ventilation, Communication
  Understand Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or/and Risk Assessment (RA)
         consistent with job tasks and related risks when working
  Mines Safety and Inspection ACT 1994
  Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995
  Using the Hierarchy of control to identify hazards in confined space
  Emergency rescue procedure

Training Details:

Start Time: 8:00 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)

Finish Time: 4:00 pm

What to bring: 1 Photo ID (e.g. Driver’s Licence, Passport (current or expired no more than 2 years), WA proof of age card or other Australian Government issued ID card with photo); 1 Secondary ID (e.g. Medicare Card, current credit card or ATM card, telephone, gas, electricity account not more than 12 months old);

Clothing: Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots
 

 


 

 


 

Contact Details

 

Staltari OHS Training & Assessment

Registered WorkSafe Assessor 1172LFLO

OHS Officer

 

M: 0401 346 254

E: info@staltariohs.com.au

W: www.staltariohs.com.au

 

ABN: 82 299 893 152