Save time, money and ensure legal compliance with Your Licence accredited training!
Your Licence is holding two Open Days in 2015, where you can register individual staff or contractors to attend Maintain Safety at Incident Scene training.
When: Thursday 7 & Friday 8 May 2015 (and 5/6 November 2015)
Where: Training Centre, 15 Barrie Road, Tullamarine
Cost: $197pp (save $50pp) + FREE online refresher for 2 years
The Maintain Safety qualification course is delivered over 4 hours, and covers the competency to recognise potential health and safety risks and take action to eliminate or control those risks at incident scenes, to prevent injury to self, other personnel or members of the public. Scroll down to read more.
FREE Online Refresher Training for 2 Years
That’s right – not only will your workers get qualified on the day and receive a nantionally recognised Statement of Attainment and wallet-sized card, we’ll also give you 2 years worth of refresher training absolutely free (save $147 per person, per year), so they can maintain the currency of their qualification during the three-year public safety training cycle.
Register Now – Limited Places Left!
We are currently accepting individuals or small groups on both days. There are only 14 places per class, so please book early to avoid missing out. If you have a large group to undertake either of these courses, we can also facilitate a customised training plan for your organisation.
For more information, please call Allan on 1800 695 423.
Maintain Safety at an Incident Scene
This qualification course is delivered over 4 hours, and covers the competency to recognise potential health and safety risks and take action to eliminate or control those risks at incident scenes, to prevent injury to self, other personnel or members of the public.
Our training is all nationally recognised, with each student receiving a Statement of Attainment from our Registered Training Organisation (RTO) partner.
Recommended for: This competency can be provided to and is suitable for; Fire Authorities, SES, Local Government Agencies, and/or contractors supporting those agencies during an Incident Scene (or as part of the recovery process of a declared Incident Scene).
- Maintain Safety At An Incident Scene;
- Prevent Injury;
- Follow OH&S Policies & Procedures;
- Communicate In The Workplace.