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UETDRMP007 Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel (LVR), UEECD0007 Apply Work Health and Safety Regulations, Codes and Practices in the Workplace + CPR

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Price: $229.00 (Inc. GST)

  1 day in class

 Nationally accredited course

 Certificate provided same day


*This course is the latest version available and is presented every Friday in Wangara.

If you are employed in the electrical Industry we strongly recommend that you undertake this three unit combo course that includes pre-requisites. Our Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel LVR is the newest unit of competency superseding the old UETDRRF004 and includes the required WH&S unit UEECD0007 – Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace.

The course will provide Participants with required skills and knowledge to manage a casualty involved in an incident relating to a live LV panel using a supplied Low Voltage rescue kit. During an emergency, in which the casualty requires urgent CPR, you will have the lifesaving skills to manage the situation until emergency services and Paramedics arrive. The application of skills and knowledge described in this unit may require a licence/registration to practice in the workplace subject to regulations for undertaking of electrical work.

You may save on costs by contacting the Construction Training Fund (CTF). Speak to your Employer. Link: https://ctf.wa.gov.au/

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Overview:

Welcome to this three unit combo course comprising in sequence:

  1. UEECD0007 Apply Work Health and Safety Regulations, Codes, and Practices in the Workplace: This unit is beneficial for a broad spectrum of professionals. It’s particularly relevant to those in roles responsible for maintaining and implementing workplace health and safety standards. This could encompass supervisors, managers, WHS officers, and those involved in compliance, ensuring that the workplace adheres to regulations and best practices for health and safety.
  2. HLTAID009 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR): This is essential training for a wide range of professionals, including but not limited to healthcare workers, emergency responders, workplace first aid officers, childcare workers, fitness instructors, and individuals required to maintain a CPR certification as part of their workplace safety protocols.
  3. The latest UETDRMP007 Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel (LVR): This unit is specifically targeted at individuals working in occupations that involve electrical work, such as electricians or workers in industries where there’s potential exposure to live electrical apparatus. It equips them with the skills to perform a rescue in the event of an incident involving a live low voltage (LV) panel.

Suitable for:

  1. Electricians and Electrical Workers: The UETDRMP007 unit specifically caters to individuals involved in electrical work, providing them with essential skills for handling emergency situations involving live low voltage (LV) panels.
  2. Healthcare Professionals: HLTAID009 CPR training is crucial for healthcare workers, including doctors, nurses, paramedics, and other medical personnel.
  3. Emergency Response Teams: Those responsible for emergency response in various settings, such as workplace first aid officers, emergency responders, or individuals working in environments where immediate response to incidents is required.
  4. Safety Officers and WHS (Work Health and Safety) Personnel: UEECD0007 covers workplace health and safety regulations, making it essential for safety officers, WHS coordinators, managers, and any individuals responsible for maintaining and enforcing safety standards in the workplace.
  5. Construction Workers: Individuals working in construction, where exposure to electrical risks and the need for emergency response skills is high, can benefit from this comprehensive training.
  6. Manufacturing and Industrial Workers: Those working in manufacturing or industrial settings where adherence to safety regulations and potential exposure to electrical hazards is prevalent.

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National Accreditation:

This nationally accredited training course is suitable to those participants who are or will be undertaking electrical work not including overhead lines and underground cables. We recommend completing this course every 12 months particularly for the mining, construction and resource industries. On completion, you will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.

LVR training is based upon the context of transmission, distribution or rail work functions. It is expected that Participants complete or provide evidence of pre-requisite requirements early on before the face to face course. Allow ample time to complete the CPR unit theory and Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace


Course estimated duration and maximum numbers:

When you book this course, please allow ample time to complete the two (2) online pre-
requisite unit’s theory and assessments for;

  1. APPLY WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS, CODES AND PRACTICES IN THE WORKPLACE AND
  2. PROVIDE CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR).

Then simply download and print your certificates online as evidence that you have completed the online assessments then hand to our reception staff at your practical face to face training. You should allow at least 6 hours for the practical training depending on class numbers commencing 0745am in Wangara. To ensure Skills Force Australia provide quality learning and training outcomes we prefer to keep maximum Participant number to 8.


Pre-entry requirements:

  • Fitness to Participate. You need to be agile and have the ability to perform CPR unassisted for two (2) minutes on the floor.
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI) – all participants must hold a USI to receive a certificate for an accredited training course. To create a USI, go to www.usi.gov.au
  • Language, literacy, and numeracy (LLN) min. level – Australian Secondary School Year 10 Certificate of Education statement of results with a C level grade in English and Maths OR Australian Nationally Recognised Training course (either TAFE or a Registered Training Organisation) at a Certificate Il or higher level.

Pre-requisites:

Firstly, there are two (2) pre-requisites for this unit including Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace and Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation CPR. These two units include mandatory completion of online theory and assessments prior to attending your practical course. Note: Those holding an existing ESI or Electro-technology qualification or equivalent meet the prerequisite unit requirements – please forward evidence to sales@skillsforce.com.au.

The course refers to the UET Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector Training Package Companion Volume Implementation Guide for equivalency definition. *We strongly recommend completing all three units in combination which improves learning and skill retention.


Language Literacy and Numeracy requirement:

  • RTO’s are required to obtain evidence that you have minimum Level of English language, literacy and numeracy skills to ensure this course is right for you. Participants must complete a short LLN quiz which is automatically sent to Skills Force Australia to validate. If the quiz provides evidence that Participants have this level then they will not be contacted and may continue with theory and practical training.
  • Those who do not successfully complete this quiz will be required to access appropriate assistance.

Please view the following Participant support links:

Reading and writing hotline: Reading Writing Hotline – Information and Advice
Workskil Australia: Workskil – Reading and Writing in English


Location:

This course is conducted every Friday from 7:45 am to 3:00pm at our Training Centre. Skills Force Australia is located in Wangara with free parking, however, there is the option for us to deliver group training at your workplace.

Skills and Knowledge Gained:

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Your HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) course covers the knowledge and skills required to provide CPR, manage and assess an emergency situation, use an automatic external defibrillator (AED), understand DRSABCD and the First Aider’s legal responsibilities. Provide CPR is trained and assessed in line with Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC)

Elements describe the essential outcomes and include;

  1. Respond to an emergency situation
  2. Perform CPR procedures
  3. Communicate details of the incident
  4. Review the incident

Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

Elements describe the essential outcomes and include;

  1. Prepare to enter an electrotechnology workplace
  2. Apply safe electrotechnology working practices
  3. Follow electrotechnology workplace procedures for hazard identification and risk
    control

Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel

Elements describe the essential outcomes and include:

  1. Prepare to perform rescue procedures from live LV panel
  2. Carry out rescue from live LV panel
  3. Complete the LV panel rescue procedure

Australian Standards 3745-2010:

Your emergency procedures including quality nationally accredited training is crucial to ensuring the safety of a workplace and involves multiple key factors that should be complied with in order to do so. AS 3745:2010 – “Planning for Emergencies in Facilities” provides a framework that is recommended as a vital reference when developing your workplace’s plans for emergency management.

It lays out how to meet Safe Work Australia’s Code of Practice on Managing the Work Environment and Facilities, which is a set of pragmatic guidelines to assist your compliance with the WHS Act (2011). AS 3745:2010 provides a summary of your minimum requirements when developing and implementing an emergency procedure or plan for your facility. This procedure ensures the safety of all those within the building (including visitors, contractors, etc.) during an emergency. It includes preparing for emergencies and should include procedures for any type of scenario that can affect your workplace.


Safe Work Australia:

Safe Work Australia state “Under the model WH&S laws, all workplaces must have an emergency plan in place. The plan must let workers and visitors know what to do in an emergency in addition, your plan should be easy to access and reviewed and updated regularly.


Model Code of Practice: Managing the work environment and facilities Safe Work Australia:

This Code of Practice on managing the work environment and facilities is an approved code of practice under section 274 of the Work Health and Safety Act (the WHS Act). Duty holders who have a role in ensuring work environments and facilities are without risk to health and safety include:

  • Persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs)
  • Persons with management or control of a workplace
  • Designers, manufacturers, importers, suppliers and installers of plant, substances or structures, designers of structures, and officers.

The Code provides guidance on how to manage the risks associated with the work environment and facilities in the workplace using the following systematic process:

  • Identify hazards—find out what could cause harm.
  • Assess risks, if necessary—understand the nature of the harm that could be caused by the hazard, how serious the harm could be and the likelihood of it happening. This step may not be necessary if you are dealing with a known risk with known controls.
  • Control risks—implement the most effective control measures that are reasonably practicable in the circumstances in accordance with the hierarchy of control measures, and ensure they remain effective over time.
  • Review control measures to ensure they are working as planned.

Safe Work Australia link 2023: https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/doc/model-code-practice-managing-work-environment-and-facilities

Certification:

Upon successful completion of your enrolment, training and assessment, you’ll receive a Statement of Attainment for


Recertification:

This nationally accredited training course is suitable to those participants who are or will be undertaking electrical work not including overhead lines and underground cables. We recommend completing this course every 12 months particularly for the mining, construction and resource industries. On completion, you will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.

Parking:

Up to 10 free parking bays available next to our training facility.


Assessment Method:

As Participants are required to complete online theory and assessments they will require access to a computer with printer. In class there will be PowerPoint presentations and theory/practical assessment based on work place scenarios. These include CPR with risk assessing and Low voltage.

Existing qualifications
As mentioned, we recommend completing all units for this course however if you have recently completed the latest qualification for CPR or the new WHS units then you must provide us with evidence that these have been completed within the last 12 months.


What to wear:

Students should wear standard work wear, enclosed safety footwear, long shirt and pants. As part of our Work, Health and Safety process please Inform Skills Force Australia of any illness or medical condition that allows us to ensure that health and safety of Participants is maintained.


Morning tea & lunch (day course):

At Skills Force Australia we provide free tea, coffee and biscuits with fridge available. Nearby lunch bars only 200m away.

Reconciliation Action Plan

At Skills Force Australia, we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live. In addition we will respect Indigenous Elders past and present.

Our vision for reconciliation

Our vision for reconciliation is shared with many other Australian small businesses to celebrate the knowledge and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This will be achieved through the social, economic and cultural inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our training programs.

Our family business is committed to sustainable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander qualifications and sustainable, meaningful assistance for employment through quality training

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Address: Unit 5, 12-14 Baretta Road, Wangara
Phone: (08) 9309 4722
Email: sales@skillsforce.com.au

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