Our Available Courses For Machinery
Course code Course name
Course code Course name
RIIPRO301D Conduct crushing and screening plant operations
RIIMPO337D Conduct Articulated Dump Truck Operations
RIIMPO318D Conduct Civil Construction Skid Steer Loader Operations
RIIMPO319D Conduct Backhoe – Loader Operations
RIIMPO320D Conduct Civil Construction Excavator Operations
RIIMPO321D Conduct Civil Construction Wheeled Front End Loader Operations
RIIMPO323D Conduct Civil Construction Dozer Operations
RIIMPO324D Conduct Civil Construction Grader Operations
RIIMPO325D Conduct Civil Construction Scraper Operations
Course code Course name
Course code Course name
RIIHAN309D Conduct Telescopic Materials Handler Operations – Up to 3 Tonnes Capacity
RIIMPO205D Operate Roller – Compactor
RIIMPO206D Conduct Bulk Water Truck Operations
RIIMPO301D Conduct Hydraulic Excavator Operations
RIIMPO304D Conduct Wheel Loader
RIIMPO308D Conduct Tracked DozerOperations
RIIMPO310D Conduct Grader Operations
RIIMPO312D Conduct Scraper Operations
RIIMPO317D Conduct Roller Operations
RIIMPO337D Conduct Articulated Dump Truck

Operations

 

RIIMPO338D Conduct Rigid Haul Truck

Operations

RIIPRO301D Conduct crushing and screening

plant operations

RIISAM204D Operate Small Plant and

Equipment

RIISAM210D Remove and Fit Wheel Assemblies
RIISAM211D Remove, repair and refit tyres and tubes
TLIF2010A Apply Fatigue Management Strategies
Our Available Courses For Mining
Course code Course name
RIIHAN309D Conduct Telescopic Materials Handler Operations – Up to 3 Tonnes Capacity
RIIMPO205D Operate Roller – Compactor
RIIMPO206D Conduct Bulk Water Truck Operations
RIIMPO301D Conduct Hydraulic Excavator Operations
RIIMPO304D Conduct Wheel Loader
RIIMPO308D Conduct Tracked Dozer Operations
RIIMPO310D Conduct Grader Operations
RIIMPO312D Conduct Scraper Operations
RIIMPO317D Conduct Roller Operations
RIIMPO337D Conduct Articulated Dump Truck Operations
RIIMPO338D Conduct Rigid Haul Truck Operations
RIIPRO301D Conduct crushing and screening plant operations
RIISAM204D Operate Small Plant and Equipment
RIISAM210D Remove and Fit Wheel Assemblies
RIISAM211D Remove, repair and refit tyres and tubes
TLIF2010A Apply Fatigue Management Strategies

Course Summary

This standard was introduced to raise the basic level of training and safety in Queensland coal mines.To work in a coal mine in Queensland you are required to have completed, Standard 11 recognised training to access a mine site.There is also a requirement for refresher training every 5 years.

Trainees completing the GIQ New Entrant Course willlbe issued with a GIQ Coal New Entrant Passport, Workplace Experience Logbook and Statements of Completion for the above units of Competency.

Course Duration  

GIQ Coal Surface Course – 3 x 8 hour days
GIQ Refresher – 2 x 8 hour days – GIQ Refresher is only available to candidates that currently or previously have helda GI Coal Passport.

Qualification
Successful trainees will be issued with a GIQ Coal Passport and will receive Statements of Attainment for:
• RIICOM201D – Communicate in the workplace
• RIIGOV201D – Comply with site work processes/procedures
• RIIOHS201D – Work safely & follow OHS policies and procedures
• RIIRIS201D – Conduct local risk control
• RIIERR205D – Apply initial response first aid
• RIIERR302D – Respond to local emergencies and incidents
• BSBSUS201 – Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• General Mining Overview
• Mining Legislation, Rules and Regulations
• General Mine Site Safety
• Managing Workplace Hazards
• Risk Management
• Isolation and Tagging Procedures, Permits to Work and Defect Reports
• Traffic and Mobile Equipment Procedures
• Emergency Procedures
• Life Saving First Aid
• Fire Fighting & Fire Prevention
• Protecting the Environment
• Following site Work Processes

Course Overview
The GIQ Coal Surface Course is the new Generic Induction Queensland (GIQ) course required for anyone working in the Queensland coal mining industry. The development of the GIQ Coal Surface Course was in response to the introduction of Standard 11, the new Standard for meeting health and safety obligations in the coal mining industry in Queensland. GIQ Coal Surface is primarily designed for short term contractors who need to move between multiple sites and have current industry experience relevant to their role. Skills that are fundamentally important to the mining industry such as hazard identification, risk control, isolation and tagging, communication, manual handling, use and control of hazardous substances (and others) are an integral part of the GIQ Coal Surface Program and workshop activities will provide participants with opportunity to develop those skills.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING (0418 954 044) for specific course costs.

COURSE CODE: RIIRIS402D

Course Summary
This course develops the knowledge and skills required to implement and apply risk management processes within an established system for a mine site/area

Course Duration   1 x 8 hour Day

Qualification
Successful trainees receive a Statement of Attainment for RIIRIS402D Carry out the Risk Management Process which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• General Mining Overview
• Local hazard identification
• Facilitating Formal risk assessments
• Implementation of risk controls
• Monitoring of the risk management system
• Reporting on implementation issues
• Communication of processes and systems
• Review and auditing of the risk management processes and systems

Course Overview
The Mining Risk Management course is based around the Coal mining industry and is applicable to both surface and underground coal mining operations. On successful completion of this course, trainees will have acquired the skills and knowledge to enable them to implement and apply risk management processes within an established system for a mine site/area. The course specifically targets coal mine workers who are required to undertake facilitation and auditing of formal risk assessments and those who are involved in the review and auditing of risk management processes and systems. The mining risk management course is often a requirement for mine workers to allow them to progress their career in the mining industry to the position of a leading hand, supervisor, Superintendent, OCE, Deputy or those who are elected as Site Safety and Health Representatives.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course cost.

COURSE CODES: RIICOM301D, RIIWHS301D, RIIRIS301B
Course Summary
This course develops the knowledge and skills required to safely, effectively and confidently function as a supervisor at a coal mining operation.

Course Duration   3 x 8 hour Days

Qualification
Successful trainees will receive Statements of Attainments for:
• RIICOM301D Communicate Information
• RIIWHS301D Conduct Safety and Health Investigations
• RIIRIS301B Apply Risk Management Processes
which are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• Communication Information Orally
• Communicating Information in Writing
• Achieving Meeting Outcomes
• Making a Presentation
• Participating in Negotiations
• Completing a Risk Assessment
• Reviewing Safety System Documentation
• Conducting Safety & Health Investigations
• Compiling Formal Safety & Health Investigation Reports

Course Overview
The Mining Supervisors course is based around the Coal mining industry and is applicable to both surface and underground coal mining operations. On successful completion of this course, trainees will have acquired the skills and knowledge to enable them to undertake the role of and perform the duties and position requirements of a Mine Safety and Health Representative as detailed in the Coal Mining Safety & Health Act 1999. The course specifically targets coal mine workers who wish to progress their career in the mining industry to the position of a leading hand, supervisor, Superintendent, or those who are elected as Site Safety and Health Representatives. Successful completion of the course provides very good career progression opportunities within the mining industry and can also allow for smoother transition into the mining industry for people from non-mining backgrounds.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course cost.

Low Voltage Switchboard Rescue & CPR

UETTDRRF06B – Perform rescue from a live LV panel
HLTAID001 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Course Summary
This course develops the knowledge and skills required for Electrical Safety Observers to perform a safe rescue of a casualty who has received an electric shock orother injuries while working on low voltage conductors or equipment.

Course Duration  4 hours

Qualification
Successful trainees will receive Statements of Attainment for:
UETTDRRF06B – Perform rescue from a live LV panel
HLTAID001 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
which are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• Switchboard Risk Management
• Legislation for work on Electrical Installations
• Electrical and Gas Injuries
• Plan a job for safely working live
• LV Rescue Kit Contents & Preparation
• Safe Switchboard Rescue Procedures
• Scene Assessment and Management
• Fire Extinguishers
• Casualty Assessment
• Airway Management
• Management of the Unconscious Casualty
• Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Course Overview
This Nationally Recognised course has been developed to provide participants with the theory and practical knowledge to enable them to safely perform a rescue of a victim who has received an electric shock or personal injuries while working on low voltage conductors or equipment. This course provides the participant with the skills on how to manage danger of accidental electrocution. At the completion of the course trainees will be competent to rescue and provide resuscitation to a person who has stopped breathing or is unconscious due to electrical shock. This course is specifically designed for participants requiring qualifications as a Safety Observer for live low voltage switchboard work to comply with Australian Standard AS/NZS 4836:2011 and Electrical Safety Regulation 2002 in regards to Safety Observers.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course costs.

Course Code: RIIWHS204D

Course Summary
This course develops the knowledge and skills required to safely undertake work at heights

Course Duration   8 hours

Qualification
Successful trainees will receive a Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS204D Work Safely at Heights which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• Identify the scope and OHS requirements for the working at heights (WAH) task
• Identify the hazards and managing the risks of the WAH task
• Identifying fall prevention / fall protection options & methods
• Selecting & inspecting appropriate tools and equipment for the specific WAH task
• Safely installing equipment for the WAH task
• Inspecting, fitting & safe use of Harnesses
• Safely performing work at heights
• Emergency procedures & rescue of a suspended worker
• Safely dismantling, cleaning, inspecting and storing working at heights tools & equipment

Course Overview
This Nationally Recognised course has been developed to provide participants with a theory and practical knowledge of equipment requirements and safe work methods to be used when working at heights. The course is suitable for persons who are required to work in areas where there may be a risk of falling and those who may be required to act as standby personnel and manage or supervise persons required to work at heights. Participants completing this course will understand the legislative requirements detailed in the OH&S Regulation and relevant Australian Standards, WorkCover Codes of Practice and the operation and maintenance of associated safety equipment used for working at heights.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

 

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course costs.

COURSE CODE: RIIWHS202D

Course Summary

This course develops the knowledge and skills required to safely enter and conduct work in a confined space.

Course Duration   8 hours

Qualification
Successful trainees receive a Statement of Attainment for RIIOHS202D Enter and Work in Confined Spaces which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• Identify confined spaces
• Hazard identification processes
• Australian Standards and relevant legislation
• Roles & responsibilities of Management and employees
• Case studies
• Risk assessments &hierarchy of hazard controls
• Work to a confined space permit
• Work to site policy and procedures
• Lockout and tag out methods of isolation
• Fall prevention / protection equipment
• Practical entry into a confined space
• Safety and emergency procedures

Course Overview
This Nationally Recognised course has been developed to provide participants with the theory and practical knowledge of equipment requirements and safe work methods to enable them to safely identify, enter and work in confined spaces. The course is suitable for persons who are required to work in or around confined spaces and those who may be required to act as standby personnel and manage or supervise persons required to enter and work in Confined Spaces. Participants completing this course will understand the legislative requirements detailed in the OH&S Regulation, relevant Australian Standards, WorkCover Codes of Practice and the operation and maintenance of associated safety equipment used for entering and working in Confined Spaces.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course costs.

Our Available Courses For Civil
Course code Course name
RIIPRO301D Conduct crushing and screening plant operations
RIIMPO337D Conduct Articulated Dump Truck Operations
RIIMPO318D Conduct Civil Construction Skid Steer Loader Operations
RIIMPO319D Conduct Backhoe – Loader Operations
RIIMPO320D Conduct Civil Construction Excavator Operations
RIIMPO321D Conduct Civil Construction Wheeled Front End Loader Operations
RIIMPO323D Conduct Civil Construction Dozer Operations
RIIMPO324D Conduct Civil Construction Grader Operations
RIIMPO325D Conduct Civil Construction Scraper Operations

Course Code: RIIWHS204D

Course Summary
This course develops the knowledge and skills required to safely undertake work at heights

Course Duration   8 hours

Qualification
Successful trainees will receive a Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS204D Work Safely at Heights which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• Identify the scope and OHS requirements for the working at heights (WAH) task
• Identify the hazards and managing the risks of the WAH task
• Identifying fall prevention / fall protection options & methods
• Selecting & inspecting appropriate tools and equipment for the specific WAH task
• Safely installing equipment for the WAH task
• Inspecting, fitting & safe use of Harnesses
• Safely performing work at heights
• Emergency procedures & rescue of a suspended worker
• Safely dismantling, cleaning, inspecting and storing working at heights tools & equipment

Course Overview
This Nationally Recognised course has been developed to provide participants with a theory and practical knowledge of equipment requirements and safe work methods to be used when working at heights. The course is suitable for persons who are required to work in areas where there may be a risk of falling and those who may be required to act as standby personnel and manage or supervise persons required to work at heights. Participants completing this course will understand the legislative requirements detailed in the OH&S Regulation and relevant Australian Standards, WorkCover Codes of Practice and the operation and maintenance of associated safety equipment used for working at heights.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear
Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course costs.

COURSE CODE: RIIWHS202D

Course Summary

This course develops the knowledge and skills required to safely enter and conduct work in a confined space.

Course Duration   8 hours

Qualification
Successful trainees receive a Statement of Attainment for RIIOHS202D Enter and Work in Confined Spaces which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• Identify confined spaces
• Hazard identification processes
• Australian Standards and relevant legislation
• Roles & responsibilities of Management and employees
• Case studies
• Risk assessments &hierarchy of hazard controls
• Work to a confined space permit
• Work to site policy and procedures
• Lockout and tag out methods of isolation
• Fall prevention / protection equipment
• Practical entry into a confined space
• Safety and emergency procedures

Course Overview
This Nationally Recognised course has been developed to provide participants with the theory and practical knowledge of equipment requirements and safe work methods to enable them to safely identify, enter and work in confined spaces. The course is suitable for persons who are required to work in or around confined spaces and those who may be required to act as standby personnel and manage or supervise persons required to enter and work in Confined Spaces. Participants completing this course will understand the legislative requirements detailed in the OH&S Regulation, relevant Australian Standards, WorkCover Codes of Practice and the operation and maintenance of associated safety equipment used for entering and working in Confined Spaces.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course costs.

Low Voltage Switchboard Rescue & CPR

UETTDRRF06B – Perform rescue from a live LV panel
HLTAID001 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Course Summary
This course develops the knowledge and skills required for Electrical Safety Observers to perform a safe rescue of a casualty who has received an electric shock orother injuries while working on low voltage conductors or equipment.

Course Duration  4 hours

Qualification
Successful trainees will receive Statements of Attainment for:
UETTDRRF06B – Perform rescue from a live LV panel
HLTAID001 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
which are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• Switchboard Risk Management
• Legislation for work on Electrical Installations
• Electrical and Gas Injuries
• Plan a job for safely working live
• LV Rescue Kit Contents & Preparation
• Safe Switchboard Rescue Procedures
• Scene Assessment and Management
• Fire Extinguishers
• Casualty Assessment
• Airway Management
• Management of the Unconscious Casualty
• Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Course Overview
This Nationally Recognised course has been developed to provide participants with the theory and practical knowledge to enable them to safely perform a rescue of a victim who has received an electric shock or personal injuries while working on low voltage conductors or equipment. This course provides the participant with the skills on how to manage danger of accidental electrocution. At the completion of the course trainees will be competent to rescue and provide resuscitation to a person who has stopped breathing or is unconscious due to electrical shock. This course is specifically designed for participants requiring qualifications as a Safety Observer for live low voltage switchboard work to comply with Australian Standard AS/NZS 4836:2011 and Electrical Safety Regulation 2002 in regards to Safety Observers.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course costs.

COURSE CODE: RIIRIS402D

Course Summary
This course develops the knowledge and skills required to implement and apply risk management processes within an established system for a mine site/area

Course Duration   1 x 8 hour Day

Qualification
Successful trainees receive a Statement of Attainment for RIIRIS402D Carry out the Risk Management Process which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• General Mining Overview
• Local hazard identification
• Facilitating Formal risk assessments
• Implementation of risk controls
• Monitoring of the risk management system
• Reporting on implementation issues
• Communication of processes and systems
• Review and auditing of the risk management processes and systems

Course Overview
The Mining Risk Management course is based around the Coal mining industry and is applicable to both surface and underground coal mining operations. On successful completion of this course, trainees will have acquired the skills and knowledge to enable them to implement and apply risk management processes within an established system for a mine site/area. The course specifically targets coal mine workers who are required to undertake facilitation and auditing of formal risk assessments and those who are involved in the review and auditing of risk management processes and systems. The mining risk management course is often a requirement for mine workers to allow them to progress their career in the mining industry to the position of a leading hand, supervisor, Superintendent, OCE, Deputy or those who are elected as Site Safety and Health Representatives.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course cost.

Our Available Courses For Industry

Course Code: RIIWHS204D

Course Summary
This course develops the knowledge and skills required to safely undertake work at heights

Course Duration   8 hours

Qualification
Successful trainees will receive a Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS204D Work Safely at Heights which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• Identify the scope and OHS requirements for the working at heights (WAH) task
• Identify the hazards and managing the risks of the WAH task
• Identifying fall prevention / fall protection options & methods
• Selecting & inspecting appropriate tools and equipment for the specific WAH task
• Safely installing equipment for the WAH task
• Inspecting, fitting & safe use of Harnesses
• Safely performing work at heights
• Emergency procedures & rescue of a suspended worker
• Safely dismantling, cleaning, inspecting and storing working at heights tools & equipment

Course Overview
This Nationally Recognised course has been developed to provide participants with a theory and practical knowledge of equipment requirements and safe work methods to be used when working at heights. The course is suitable for persons who are required to work in areas where there may be a risk of falling and those who may be required to act as standby personnel and manage or supervise persons required to work at heights. Participants completing this course will understand the legislative requirements detailed in the OH&S Regulation and relevant Australian Standards, WorkCover Codes of Practice and the operation and maintenance of associated safety equipment used for working at heights.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear
Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course costs.

COURSE CODE: RIIWHS202D

Course Summary

This course develops the knowledge and skills required to safely enter and conduct work in a confined space.

Course Duration   8 hours

Qualification
Successful trainees receive a Statement of Attainment for RIIOHS202D Enter and Work in Confined Spaces which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• Identify confined spaces
• Hazard identification processes
• Australian Standards and relevant legislation
• Roles & responsibilities of Management and employees
• Case studies
• Risk assessments &hierarchy of hazard controls
• Work to a confined space permit
• Work to site policy and procedures
• Lockout and tag out methods of isolation
• Fall prevention / protection equipment
• Practical entry into a confined space
• Safety and emergency procedures

Course Overview
This Nationally Recognised course has been developed to provide participants with the theory and practical knowledge of equipment requirements and safe work methods to enable them to safely identify, enter and work in confined spaces. The course is suitable for persons who are required to work in or around confined spaces and those who may be required to act as standby personnel and manage or supervise persons required to enter and work in Confined Spaces. Participants completing this course will understand the legislative requirements detailed in the OH&S Regulation, relevant Australian Standards, WorkCover Codes of Practice and the operation and maintenance of associated safety equipment used for entering and working in Confined Spaces.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course costs.

COURSE CODE: RIIRIS402D

Course Summary
This course develops the knowledge and skills required to implement and apply risk management processes within an established system for a mine site/area

Course Duration   1 x 8 hour Day

Qualification
Successful trainees receive a Statement of Attainment for RIIRIS402D Carry out the Risk Management Process which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• General Mining Overview
• Local hazard identification
• Facilitating Formal risk assessments
• Implementation of risk controls
• Monitoring of the risk management system
• Reporting on implementation issues
• Communication of processes and systems
• Review and auditing of the risk management processes and systems

Course Overview
The Mining Risk Management course is based around the Coal mining industry and is applicable to both surface and underground coal mining operations. On successful completion of this course, trainees will have acquired the skills and knowledge to enable them to implement and apply risk management processes within an established system for a mine site/area. The course specifically targets coal mine workers who are required to undertake facilitation and auditing of formal risk assessments and those who are involved in the review and auditing of risk management processes and systems. The mining risk management course is often a requirement for mine workers to allow them to progress their career in the mining industry to the position of a leading hand, supervisor, Superintendent, OCE, Deputy or those who are elected as Site Safety and Health Representatives.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course cost.

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Low Voltage Switchboard Rescue & CPR

UETTDRRF06B – Perform rescue from a live LV panel
HLTAID001 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Course Summary
This course develops the knowledge and skills required for Electrical Safety Observers to perform a safe rescue of a casualty who has received an electric shock orother injuries while working on low voltage conductors or equipment.

Course Duration  4 hours

Qualification
Successful trainees will receive Statements of Attainment for:
UETTDRRF06B – Perform rescue from a live LV panel
HLTAID001 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
which are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework

Course Outline & Learning Objectives
• Switchboard Risk Management
• Legislation for work on Electrical Installations
• Electrical and Gas Injuries
• Plan a job for safely working live
• LV Rescue Kit Contents & Preparation
• Safe Switchboard Rescue Procedures
• Scene Assessment and Management
• Fire Extinguishers
• Casualty Assessment
• Airway Management
• Management of the Unconscious Casualty
• Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Course Overview
This Nationally Recognised course has been developed to provide participants with the theory and practical knowledge to enable them to safely perform a rescue of a victim who has received an electric shock or personal injuries while working on low voltage conductors or equipment. This course provides the participant with the skills on how to manage danger of accidental electrocution. At the completion of the course trainees will be competent to rescue and provide resuscitation to a person who has stopped breathing or is unconscious due to electrical shock. This course is specifically designed for participants requiring qualifications as a Safety Observer for live low voltage switchboard work to comply with Australian Standard AS/NZS 4836:2011 and Electrical Safety Regulation 2002 in regards to Safety Observers.

Each Trainee Must Provide
• Own Transport
• Lunch
• Appropriate clothing, closed in footwear

Please contact ASE TRAINING on 0418 954 044 for course costs.