LEVEL 4. 3 Units of Competency (2 day) Course
It is standard Oiltrac practice to become familiar with the client’s establishment and capabilities beforehand and to this end a site inspection can be arranged. This site inspection would consist of a walk around all pertinent areas and inspection of relevant spills response kits. Any potential spill or safety issues noted during that walk are pointed out and form part of the trainers understanding of the business.
Course Agenda (Day 1)
MODULE 1. BSBSUS301A - Implement and Monitor Environmental Sustainability Work Practices.
* Safety First
* EPA (State) legislation (personal liability) .
* WHS (State) legislation (personal liability).
* Implement and Monitor Environment Sustainability.
* Fire Safety in the workplace (who’s responsible?).
* Noise in the workplace (personal liability).
15 Minute Coffee Break
MODULE 2. MSUPMSUP172A - Identify and Minimise Environmental Hazards.
* P.P.E legislation (personal liability) .
* S.D.S Legislation (personal liability).
* Minimise Environment hazards.
* Discuss workplace spills and implement work practices.
* Table Top Demos Spills: Chemicals - Oil & diesel on water, soil and hardstand surfaces.
* Containment techniques and protocols.
* BSBSUS301A - Implement and Monitor Environmental Sustainability Work Practices
30 Minute Lunch Break
MODULE 3 RIIRIS202D - Respond to site based spills
* Good housekeeping.
* Sorbet and sorbet types.
* Dangerous goods.
* The "Seven Steps" in spill management.
* Wild Life.
* Containment Booms.
* Site survey.
* Risk management.
* Waste ministration and disposal techniques.
* ToolBox report.
Course Agenda (Day Two)
Review all aspects of environmental issues and implement and monitor workplace practices.
MSUPMSUP172A - Identify and Minimise Environmental Hazards.
BSBSUS301A - Implement and Monitor Environmental Sustainability Work Practices.
RIIRIS202D - Respond to site-based spills
The above 3 units of competency are designed for both National organisations and smaller companies. Large land operators such as Council bodies that control significant LGA's, are beneficiaries of this comprehensive training portfolio. There are significant hazards and risks that are necessary to be across and have ready access to emergency response procedures.
* Step 1. Discuss and plan hands on exercises.
* Step 2. Discuss relevant safety issues and complete.
* Step 3. Proceed to exercise-s.
* Step 4. Participation in group development of Spill Kit Induction
* Step 5. Requirements for spill stations and spill kit design
* Step 6. On competition of exercise-s return to classroom, for debriefing on exercises and Course Administration.
BSBSUS301A - Implement and Monitor Environmental Sustainability Work Practices:
All participants will receive, Oiltrac "Workplace Spill Response 34pg Booklet”; a comprehensive 123pg “Reference Manual” and a “Excerpts booklet from Government Legislation”.
Course Reports Contents:
2. General site observations on spill response suggestions.
3. Observations on class training sessions.
4. Copies of survey forms from participants on "Oiltrac training".
5. Observations regarding existing site spill response equipment.