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Accredited White Card Training Sydney NSW

To work on a construction site in Australia it is compulsory to hold a current Construction Induction card/White card (CIC) commonly known as a White card (also known as green card, blue card and red card).

White Card training Courses ONLY $107

Enrol and complete CPCCOHS1001A Work Safely in the Construction course in 6 hours, Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a Statement of Training and you can start work the next day. A official White Card Training Card will be issued within 60 days by SafeWork NSW previously (WorkCover)enrol-now

NSW WorkCoverValid cards & re-newing your White Card

If you haven’t carried out work on a construction site for two years or more your card is no longer current and you need to renew it by taking the course. What this means is that White Cards issued anywhere in Australia by a Registered Training Organisation are nationally recognised and mutually accepted by all States and Territories.

The training, delivered by Vision Training Institute provides an awareness and understanding of:

More importantly, it’s your safety so it’s not worth the risk not having one.

Can a high school student get a White Card? / What is the minimum age?

Yes, high school students can get at White Card but they must be 14 years or over, the minimum age set by SafeWork NSW.

Why do I need a White Card?

To work in the construction industry in NSW, Australia, it is compulsory for all workers to hold a current Occupational Health and Safety Certificate, under OH&S Legislation 2001- Clause 213, 214 & 215. It is a requirement under the OH&S Codes of Practice across most jurisdictions. This accreditation allows individuals to access, or be present, on construction sites.

Persons may also be required to repeat their induction training when or if the construction work manager decides there is a need for re-training. This may be based upon supervision, incidents, risk management, continuous quality improvement or, as mentioned above, an extended absence of two years or more from the construction industry.

WHS (formally known as OHS) construction induction training cards issued between 1 September 2009 and 31 December 2011 or a former OHS induction training certificates issued between 29 March 2004 and 31 August 2009, will be recognised as a general construction induction card.

White Card Subjects
  • Identify and understand roles, responsibilities and rights of duty holders
  • Understand OHS communication and reporting processes
  • Apply the principles of risk management
  • Identify common hazards and control measures
  • Interpret and apply safety information and documentation
  • Use safe work practices
  • Respond to OHS incident
  • A person carrying out construction work, including site managers, supervisors, surveyors, labourers and trades persons
  • People who access operational construction zones unaccompanied or not directly supervised by an inducted person
  • Workers whose employment causes them to routinely enter operational construction zones.

Anyone who doesn’t have a Construction Induction card found working on a construction site faces significant penalties imposed by SafeWork NSW previously (WorkCover), the Government body responsible for administering and overseeing work health and safety; licensing and registration in NSW.