White Card WA
Construction Safety Awareness Online Training
The Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 set out mandatory requirements for the provision of construction safety induction training.
The WA White Card (formerly Blue Card) online training is the easy and flexible way to get your staff onsite quickly. The course is interactive and filled with practical examples and animations which reinforce the content.
Pre-topic assessments enable participants to skip content they already know.
Anyone working or wanting to work on a construction site.
White Card online course benefits:
- Do it anytime
The training course is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The course can be completed anywhere using a standard computer and Internet.
- Take it at your own pace
AVELING’s course keeps track of your progress. This means you can take the course over several days or weeks if needed.
- Skip content you already know
You can take a test at the beginning of each topic and depending on the outcome, you can skip part or all of the content in that topic.
- Pay only on completion
Try AVELING’s WA White Card course, obligation free. If you don't finish, you don't pay.
- Easy to complete
All course materials are online; everything can be done from home or work. Get your White Card quickly at a time and location that suits you.
- Fast card issue
If you finish and pay for the online course before 12noon (WST) on a business day, your WA White Card will be ready for delivery that same afternoon. If it is after 12noon, your card will be ready for delivery the next business day*. (*Subject to assurance auditing)
In a rush? Elect to have your White Card delivered by express post, express international post or pick it up at our East Victoria Park Office. See delivery surcharges for more information.
- Group bookings
Group bookings provide a simple way for you to arrange payment and delivery before your users enrol in an online course. For more information about group bookings, please click here.
- Identify OHS legislative requirements
- Identify construction hazards and control measures
- Identify OHS communication and reporting processes
- Identify OHS incident response procedures
Unit of Competency
- CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry
On successful completion participants will receive a WA White Card (next business day*) and a Statement of Attainment for the Unit of Competency outlined above from the CPC08 Training Package.
* Note: Subject to assurance auditing
White Card Validity
On 31st July 2009, WorkSafe issued a formal notice that White/Blue Cards will no longer expire.
Under the National Code of Practice, employers may still require staff to re-take the course if they have not worked in the industry for more than two years or if the employer considers repeat training is necessary.
|Dates:||Anywhere using a standard computer and Internet|
|Fee:||$65.00 (GST free)
(Express post, international post and pick-up will incur an additional fee)
Last updated: 12 April, 2013