Trainwest’s W@H courses run weekly on a Tuesday from our Bibra Lake location. Our classes have a maximum of 10 participants. Once deemed competent, candidates will receive a statement of attainment for RIIWHS204D Work safely at heights.
Trainwest can also come to your workplace to conduct this training. Please contact 1300 938 411 for available dates and pricing.
Duration and Costs
1 day attendance – $195
Bundle with Enter and work in confined spaces/gas test atmosphere for only $440 or Elevated work platform for $490
Start Time: 7:30 am (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration and ID checked)
Finish Time: 3:30 pm
Entry Requirement: At least 18 years of age and has basic level of English proficiency (written and communication)
Delivery: Face to Face training and assessment in a simulated workplace environment
Payment Mode: Cash, credit card, purchase order, EFTPOS or cheque
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);
Clothing: Long sleeve shirt, long pants, safety boots
Training Course Content
This course covers the knowledge and skills needed to the following tasks:
- Working Safely at Heights
- Develop Risk Assessments and Hazard Elimination
- Safe Work Method Statements For Working Safely At Heights
- Relevant Regulations, Legislation and Australian Standards
- Anchor Fall Protection, Correct Equipment Selection, Training and Use
If you conduct or supervise tasks that are carried out at height you will find this course valuable to the safety of your workplace.
Working Safely at Heights is directed at fall prevention rather than fall arrest. This course
is designed to provide workers with the skills and knowledge to work safely in any height location such as:
- General Construction
- Large Factories
- Other work environments where it is possible to fall from one level to another
Construction Training Fund Rebate
CTF assists the building and construction industry to remain efficient and competitive by supporting the training of workers in the industry. Subsidies are available to reduce training costs making it easier for eligible businesses and employees to access the training they need when they need it.
The CTF Supplementary Skills Program provides support for eligible trainees across a range of approved Construction Skills, Occupational Health & Safety and Industry Skills courses.
Please contact https://bcitf.org/ to determine your eligibility.