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AHCMOM213 – Operate and Maintain Chainsaws

COURSE OVERVIEW

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a hand-held chainsaw and maintain it in working condition.

This unit applies to cross-cutting fallen timber using safe cutting techniques.

The unit applies to individuals who apply low risk work procedures and comply with worksite health and safety requirements when operating hand-held chainsaws to carry out routine work.

 

This unit requires a person operating and maintaining a chainsaw to:

  • the principles and practice for operating chainsaws

  • chainsaw routine checks and maintenance according to operation and maintenance manual, including:

  • checking and adjusting bar

  • cleaning air filter

  • cleaning and replacing spark plug

  • sharpening chain

  • workplace safe operating procedures

  • hazards and risks when operating a chainsaw

  • relevant Australian Standards concerning chainsaw operation

  • use of personal protective equipment

  • components of chainsaws and their respective functions

  • common defects in woody materials

  • cutting methods and techniques, patterns and sequence of cuts

  • health and safety in the workplace requirements for the operation of a chainsaw including caution and hazard signs and symbols

  • environmental impacts associated with operating chainsaws

COURSE DURATION

This is a two (2) day course.

  • The first day is a knowledge session

  • The second day is a knowledge assessment, a practical session and performance assessment

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To be eligible to apply for a licence you must:.

  •  be at least 18 years of age

  • successfully complete the pre -enrolment and LLN assessment. 

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TLILIC0001 - Licence to transport dangerous goods by road

 

COURSE OVERVIEW

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to be licenced to carry Dangerous Goods by Road in accordance with procedures and regulatory requirements.

This licence is required by most trucking and logistical companies due to the volume of service products now being shipped by road i.e. industrial cleaners, solvents, paints etc.

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to obtain a dangerous goods (DG) driver licence to transport DG by road.

The unit covers compliance with regulatory requirements but does not address all the skills and knowledge for the transportation of DG. On achieving this unit and obtaining a licence, further industry specific training will be required to satisfy legislative requirements to transport DG.

This course does produce a statement of attainment which enables the trainee to apply for a licence to carry and operate with the handling and transportation of dangerous good by ROAD ONLY. 

There are a further two qualifications for dangerous goods which must be obtained separately i.e. Sea and Air.

COURSE DURATION

This is a two (2) day course.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To be eligible to apply for a licence you must:.

  •  be at least 18 years of age

  • hold a heavy vehicle licence appropriate to the vehicle type used… MR or HR or HC or MC

  • successfully complete the pre -enrolment and LLN assessment. 

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NWPTRT022 - Monitor and operate hypochlorite disinfection processes

COURSE OVERVIEW

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to monitor and operate hypochlorite disinfection processes.

It includes monitoring hypochlorite disinfection systems and reporting on process quality control. It also includes working safely with, transporting and storing sodium hypochlorite solution or calcium hypochlorite solids and implementing emergency response procedures.

This unit applies to operational staff with specific responsibility for hypochlorite disinfection systems in water or wastewater treatment plants. Those undertaking this unit would work under appropriate supervision, while performing routine tasks, in a range of familiar contexts.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

 

This unit requires a person  to:

  • collect and reporting process data

  • identify and respond to process faults

  • identify hazards

  • interpret and follow safety data sheets

  • monitor, operate and report on hypochlorite disinfection systems

  • perform at least one of the following concentration tests:

  • calcium hypochlorite

  • sodium hypochlorite solution

  • perform chlorine residual sampling and testing

  • perform process calculations including at least one of the following:

  • Ct calculation dosage

  • feed rate

  • prepare and apply hypochlorite dosing safely

  • select and use appropriate tools and equipment, including personal protective equipment

COURSE DURATION

This is a two day course.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To be eligible to apply for a licence you must:.

  •  be at least 18 years of age or over as per requirements to obtain your High Risk Work Licence

  • successfully complete the pre -enrolment and LLN assessment. 

FEES

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