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Unit of Competency CPCCOHS1001A The Code is supported by the Unit of Competency CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry. This unit is included within the CPC08 Construction Training Package, enabling delivery within the VET sector. Introduction • Induction training falls into three categories: • General induction • Site specific induction • Task specific induction As well as a nationally recognised training program, general induction training has a requirement that all elements in the unit of competency are assessed. Site specific and Task specific induction training have no formal training or assessment requirement. However, an employer is under a ‘duty of care’ under the OH&S Act to provide employees with information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to perform their work safely. Click here for a copy of the Unit of Competency CPCCOHS1001A Click here for a copy of a Site Induction Checklist
Duty of Care/Obligations Under the OHS Act Duty of Care/Obligations - Employees • An employee must take care of his/her own health and safety • AND the health and safety of others in the workplace. • Employees must not place themselves or others at risk. • Employees must comply with safe work practices, including • activities that require licences, tickets or certificates of • competency. • Employees must carry out their tasks or use equipment • according to any safety instruction. • Employees must co-operate with their employer and follow all • systems or procedures. 1. OHS Legislation Duty of Care/Obligations Related Topics:
Safe Work Practices Bullying and harassment Take care of yourselves and each other. 1. OHS Legislation Bullying and harassment do not belong in the workplace. Report any bullying or harassment to your supervisor or other relevant person.
Common Construction Hazards Excavations (including trenches) Hot working environments / Ultraviolet (UV) radiation Manual handling Working at heights Unplanned collapse Noise Plant & Equipment Traffic & Mobile plant Cold working environments Electrical safety 2. Hazards & Controls Confined spaces Hazardous substances & dangerous goods HIV and other infectious diseases
Isolation This is where you lower the risk of damage or harm by restricting or preventing access to the hazard. It may include barriers or fencing, restricting access to the area for an amount of time or putting a distance restriction in place. Elimination Substitution 2. Hazards & Controls Isolation Engineering Measures Administrative Measures Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Types of Emergencies All worksites should have a site emergency plan for various types of emergencies including: Flammable and/or toxic vapours emission (gas leak) Vehicle or mobile plant accident Fire 4. Incident Response Structural collapse Chemical spill Severe injury to personnel