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TLIF1001 Follow work health and safety procedures

Commonly referred to as a ‘blue card’ this is a Work Health Safety (WHS) program that seeks to ensure that employees understand their duty of care obligations and can be specifically aimed at the transport industry where required. Employees competent at this basic level will have the diligence to seek information, procedure and policy from supervisors or employers.  This course does not replace site-specific training or workplace training on safety, vehicle operations, cargo handling or specialised equipment.

Aligned to the National Competency Standard TLIF1001 Follow work health and safety procedures from the Transport and Logistics Training Package TLI16, this course has been designed in response to the challenges faced by industry in working toward incorporating national competency standards within Transport and Distribution.

A Pre-course Project is given to each participant which has to be completed prior to the training day.  It is to be handed to the trainer before training commences and any items or issues that need to be addressed or completed will be done during the training session.  Safetalk will provide both theory and practical training; a booklet for each participant; and an assessment on completion of the training session.

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Course Attendees

At Forktalk we have over 60 years of combined experience in training.

For you this means:

Professional trainers who will support you every step of the way

Our commitment to help you achieve your licence, even if you need extra time

Industry experience, we can tell you exactly what to expect

Purpose created text books to make it easier for you

Objectives

The objective of this training is to provide participants with knowledge and awareness of the WHS issues relevant to the transport industry, including roles and responsibilities of employees and employers.  The course is designed to produce attitude changes within the participants, compelling individuals to seek induction information and agree to read and abide by workplace policies and procedures, ultimately employing safer work practices.

On completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Ensure they receive or provide site-specific inductions
  • Follow procedures
  • Recognise and report hazards, incidents/accidents
  • Work Safely
  • Understand the WHS Act 2011, WHS Regulation 2017 and Duty of Care
  • Maintain diligence and understanding to follow company procedures
  • Demonstrate general safety knowledge

Course Content

  • Work health and safety responsibilities
  • Potential hazards and remedial action
  • Accident and incident emergency procedure
  • Stress-related factors and recommended strategies

Course Duration

Half day program – approximately 4 hours

Each participant receives theory training and a handbook.  A Statement of Attainment and our photo* Skills Card is provided for each successful participant.

* A Skills Card will only be issued if suitable photos of participants are provided.

(Allowing extra time on the day, photos may be taken by the Trainer.)

Note:    Photo evidence of identity (e.g. drivers’ licence) is required on the day of training.

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For you this means:

Our aim is to meet your training needs, fit in with your budget and ensure the best results possible.

Training is available on site for groups of 10 to 20 (maximum number permitted by SafeWork NSW).

Your staff will receive material unique to Safetalk that has been developed and honed for quick understanding by attendees – from all walks of life.

Qualified, highly skilled trainers and assessors to achieve the best out of attendees.

Peace of mind knowing that you are complying with WHS legislation and the implementation of safer work practices and procedures

Call us today to see how we can support your training needs and to provide you with a corporate deal