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Construction Induction (White Card) Training Course Perth

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CPCCWHS1001 – Prepare to work safely in the construction industry


On-site at your workplace, or alternatively a suitable training venue can be organised.
Approximately 4 hours.
Face to face delivery. To obtain accreditation in this course a practical and written assessment will be given to participants.
There are no prerequisites, however participants must be able to converse and comprehend basic English.
  • Government issued photo identification
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI)
  • Closed toe shoes
Participants will be issued with a White Card and a Statement of Attainment.

Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry CPCCWHS1001

Before commencing work on any construction site in Australia, workers are required to hold evidence of general construction induction under the applicable occupational health and safety laws of each state or territory jurisdiction.

Formally known in Western Australia as the “Blue Card”, this nationally recognised unit has been replaced by the “Construction Induction Card” or the “White Card”. The course is aimed to provide participants with the essential knowledge and skills to work in a range of construction sites.

This nationally recognised unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to undertake Occupational Health and Safety (WHS) induction training within the construction industry. It requires the ability to demonstrate personal awareness of WHS legislative requirements, and the basic principles of risk management and prevention of injury and illness in the construction industry.
Identifying health and safety legislative requirements in construction work –
  • Identifying roles and responsibilities
  • Duty of care requirements
  • Identifying construction safe work practices
Identifying construction hazards and applying risk control measures –
  • Basic principles of risk management
  • Identifying construction hazards
  • Personal protective equipment requirements
  • Controlling construction hazards
Identifying health and safety communication and reporting procedures –
  • Identifying health and safety documentation
  • Identifying roles of designated health and safety personnel
  • Identifying safety signs and symbols
  • Procedures for reporting hazards, incidents and injuries
Identifying incident and emergency response procedures –
  • Procedures for responding to incidents and emergencies
  • Procedures for accessing first aid
  • Identifying types and purpose of fire safety equipment.