To obtain a job on a building or construction site in NSW it is a requirement that everyone holds a current Occupational Health & Safety Certificate, or “Construction Green Card” as it is known in the Industry. The certificate is compulsory for each person as proof of completion of the "OHS General Induction for Construction Work" training.
This course satisfies the legal requirements for General OHS Construction Induction for construction workers in NSW. This course is often referred to as the ‘Green Card' safety course or the 'White Card' safety course.
OHS induction training in the construction industry is required under the NSW OHS regulation 2001 - Clause 213, 214 & 215.
Permitting a person to commence work at a construction site without having completed the required induction training carries a maximum penalty of 100 penalty units ($ 11,000).What you learnLearn the basics and then put it all into practice in this six hour intensive course which includes:
Emergencies & First Aid in the Workplace.
ID requirementsAppropriate photo identification must be presented to the trainer prior to commencement of the course. This is a Workcover NSW requirement and no exceptions can be made.Proof of Idenity (POI) Criteria1 Full POI document and 1 Primary document1 Full POI document and 2 Secondary documents1 Primary Document and 2 Secondary documentsFull POI Documents include
Primary documents include
Secondary documents include