Work Safety

BCAL offers a range of Workplace Health and Safety tickets presented by Australian Safe-T Training.

Please note:

Covid vaccine mandates now apply throughout the construction industry.

If you are not vaccinated or do not plan to be vaccinated, these courses may not be for you.

Construction Induction
(White Card)

CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

Also known as White Card, this is the nationally recognised OH&S induction course for anybody wishing to set foot on any building site.



Thursday, February 10
9am - 3:30pm 


Friday, March 25*

9am - 3:30pm

Cost:  $160 ($150 conc.)

*Please note, March date will only be available after the Feb date is finished or full.

Traffic Management

RIIWHS205E Control traffic with stop-slow bat
RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plans

Includes the Stop-Slow bat and principles of safe traffic control including correct signage. For people wanting to work in the civil construction industry and with local councils and Vic Roads.



Friday, February 11
9am - 5pm


Friday, April 1* 

Cost: $180 ($170 conc.)

*Please note, April date will only be available after the Feb date is finished or full.

Chainsaw Safety

AHCMOM213 Operate and maintain chainsaws

This course is essential for anyone needing to use a chainsaw either for work or personal use. Learn safe methods including kickback, chain tension, large and small log cutting and cutting above your head. this is accredited unit.

Bring your chainsaw with you.



Friday, November 12
9am - 3pm

Cost: $170 ($150 conc.)

Work Safety courses delivered by Australian Safe-T Consulting Services RTO: 21852


"Completing the Certificate II in Salon assistant course assisted me to be more advanced when I actually started my Hairdressing apprenticeship in "Enter Hair" Wonthaggi. This set me up to  doing what I love doing, "more colour and cutting practice". I'm really happy that completing the course put me into the trade I so wanted. 

Brooke Thatcher, from WSC

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