4hrs at Creswick or the worksite with site verification
This course covers theory and practice in machine shutdown and isolation. 8-15 participants. Class based with practical site assessment.
Job Outcomes: This course may assist learners to find employment as plant and machinery operators in forest industries.
Will be by class participation, demonstration of skills and short answer questionnaire. Upon successful completion students will be issued with a nationally recognised statement of attainment for the unit(s) above.
Determining the need for machinery shutdown/isolation
Locating and interpreting workplace procedures for shutdown/isolation
Safe work practices, procedures and precautions for shutting down and isolation of machinery
Identifying possible sources of stored energy in machinery/equipment
Procedures for de-energising/purging stored energy
Reasons, equipment and procedures for installing lock off devices and/or signage
Ensuring machinery is left in a clean, safe state before removing lock off devices/ signage
Removing of lock off devices and reporting completion of work
Use and application of relevant PPE.
Reviewing workplace procedures for shutdown/isolation
Enrolment in FWP30311 Certificate III in Sawmilling and Processing
MEM18011C Shut down and isolate machines/equipment
2016 VTG Subsidised: Note that accessing subsidies for this course may affect your future entitlements.
Enrolment fee: $50.00/ person