White Card SA

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Are you looking for White Card Training in South Australia?

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Do you know you can do it online?

Start a career in South Australia in the construction industry today with Fluro’s White Card course that can be completed online and is recognised in SA.

It is legally compulsory in Australia for all workers in the industry of construction to undertake general construction induction training, this is usually referred to as “White Card training”.

This is a course of training that provides basic knowledge of construction work, the Work Health and Safety (WHS) Laws that apply, common hazards likely to be encountered in construction work, and how the associated risks can be controlled.

‘White Card’ is a term used to describe the plastic card issued by a Registered Training Organisation indicating that a person has undertaken general induction training for construction work.

Under the WHS legislation, workers on construction sites in Australia must undertake general induction training or ‘White Card training’ and have evidence of their attendance from the course before they are permitted to commence work on a construction site.

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Who needs to complete White Card Training?

The WHS regulations do not permit workers to carry out construction work without completing general induction training for construction work.

A PCBU is not permitted to allow workers to carry out construction work unless the worker has completed general induction training for construction work.

Contact Us if you need more information to determine if you need this training.

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How can obtain General Construction Induction Card?

A White Card is obtained after completing the training course and assessment with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) accredited to deliver the White Card course. Fluro is an RTO, accredited to deliver the White Card Training course online.

Our course is easy to use and can be completed in your own time. See our course page for more information or Contact Us.

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Fluro Online Training

Fluro’s White Card course is completed online, which means that you can complete the course from anywhere that has internet access.

You can complete the course at your own pace and skip any content that you are already familiar with.

Please visit our course page for more information.

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Interstate recognition of General Safety Induction cards in SA

Just like all the other states and territories in Australia, South Australia recognises nationally accredited construction induction training, which means that White Cards from other states or territories are accepted in South Australia.

After completing the Fluro White Card course and assessment, learners are given a White Card from WA, which is also recognised in South Australia.

WHS Regulation 318-Recognition of general construction induction training cards issued in other jurisdictions clearly states that all construction induction training cards issued in other jurisdictions are valid.

SafeWork SA Inspectors accept all cards presented to them on construction sites irrespective of where the card had been issued. PCBUs in control of construction work are obliged to accept all white cards

Refer to SafeWork South Australia for further information or Contact Us for further information..

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Does my White Card ever expire?

Once your training has been completed there is no mandatory requirement to repeat the training. However the national code of practice for construction induction training, which is an advisory document, provides an option for repeat training if a person leaves the industry for more than two years, or, if the employer considers repeat training necessary.

Hence this may be the case that sometimes employers do require repeat induction training, as part of safety and health management processes, in accordance with the code.

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