NSW White Card Course

February 12th, 2020 by ian

Locations catering for Sydney CBD, Granville, Dee Why, Miranda, Liverpool, Cammeray & Campbelltown are and all conducted at the Dee Why RSL on the Northern Beaches or we can come to your construction or worksite.

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Our NSW White card training course CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry (known as White Card) are at the low price of $115 per person and are conducted through Allen’s Training Pty Ltd 90909. NSW White Card training courses are for anyone entering a construction area and making sure everyone is responsible for eliminating risks and hazards.

All NSW white card training courses CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) include the $23 Safework fee with no hidden costs to the individual on the day.

There are 3 components to this program:

  • Theory training in the classroom
  • Practical training in the classroom
  • Assessment for both knowledge and skills

This NSW White Card CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) course is licenced through SafeWork NSW and we must deliver the program as per their requirements which include:

  • All students must have 100 points of ID on the day of training.
    • Within the 100 points, applicants must show the following;
      • Photo
      • Date of Birth
      • Signature
      • Current Residential Address
  • Training must be conducted over a minimum period of 6hrs not including breaks.
  • A Statement of Training (SOT) must be issued to students if they satisfactorily complete all assessments, demonstrating competency in the program.

An SOT is valid for 60 days after the date issued. With this, students can go onto any construction site immediately after the course.

Student who do not bring 100 points of ID on the day will not be accepted into the White Card course and will have to rebook, paying $40 to rebook the course.

Simple Instruction also offers first aid and CPR training courses conducted at the Dee Why RSL. You can book online for any of our courses by following the links provided.

Sydney CBD, Brookvale, Penrith, Cammeray, Chatswood, Dee Why – White Card NSW Construction

January 25th, 2020 by ian

Sydney NSW White Card training course on the Northern Beaches at the Dee Why RSL. Master Builders, apprentices, plumbers, landscapers, architects, foreman, electricians and labourers are enjoying our white card training courses that are delivered in a Simple manner.

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The CPCCWHS1001 NSW Prepare to work safely in the construction industry. Worksafe white card training course is easy, fun and most of all informative to keep individuals safe on any construction or worksite. The WHS learning components help individuals identify hazards before they become a major issue. Our friendly trainers help guide you staff through the process and make getting onto the construction site a lot easier.

For those looking for extra accredited training courses available near me – Simple Instruction offers the HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting, HLTAID003 Provide First Aid, HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation CPR and the Police Resus Mask Training all at the Dee Why RSL.

All your answers for a new career can be made by bookings through our easy to use online system offered through Allens Training www.simpleinstruction.com.au

Builders White Card Dee Why, Brookvale, Sydney, CBD

January 16th, 2020 by ian

Master your building apprenticeship by getting a white card (NSW) by booking a training course online today. The CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry (known as White Card) is a white card (or general construction induction card) required for workers who want to carry out construction work.

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The white card (NSW) conducted by Simple Instruction is a mandatory work health and safety training required prior to undertaking construction work. The unit requires the person to demonstrate personal awareness and knowledge of health and safety legislative requirements in order to work safely and prevent injury or harm to self and others. It covers identifying and orally reporting common construction hazards, understanding basic risk control measures, and identifying procedures for responding to potential incidents and emergencies. It also covers correctly selecting and fitting common personal protective equipment (PPE) used for construction work.

All public white card (NSW) training courses are conducted at the Dee Why RSL, Northern Beaches, Sydney. However, we are mobile and have conducted courses throughout the Sydney CBD, North Shore, Parramatta, Penrith, Brookvale, Granville and various schools all over NSW.

We also offer competitive training packages for those who are interested in completing their first aid or CPR training course. The HLTAID003 Provide First Aid course and HLTAID001 Provide CPR course are needed for all foreman and supervisors to oversee any construction worksite.

Make a fast, easy and cheap booking online today www.simpleinstruction.com.au

Apprenticeships Northern Beaches, Sydney.

January 14th, 2020 by ian

Looking for an apprenticeship? Need tickets, first aid certificate, licence and white card? Simple Instruction is now offering the white card NSW training course as well as the Provide First Aid course HLTAID003 that is required on the construction worksite.

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Carpenters, plumbing, electricians, labouring and general construction workers use our white card NSW qualification to enter construction sites. To set yourself apart from other apprentices on the job site it is important to have the required skills and certificates such as the CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry (known as White Card). All courses are cheap, fast and easy to follow the courses content. Please email me for answers.

Simple Instruction offers:

First aid and CPR training courses provided by Simple Instruction

White Card Construction course provided by Simple Instruction

Please make an online booking to confirm your place in one of our training courses.

White Card Near me

January 12th, 2020 by ian

Construction White Card NSW course is conducted at the Dee Why RSL on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. The CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry (known as White Card) or general construction induction card is needed for anyone who works on a construction site for WHS Worksafe standards.

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You can complete all your white card NSW information online before attending the 6 hours course that is conducted under the auspices of Allens Training RTO 90909. The training course does have a 30min check of the 100 point ID required for WorkCover NSW and WorkSafe NSW with a 30min lunch break with various food options at the Dee Why RSL.

We provide fast, efficent and easy to follow information that participants can follow in a simple manner. We DO NOT provide the White card NSW answers for participants and do not condone training companies that reward irresponsible safe work culture. We encourage all students to participate in the course to the best of their ability and ask as many questions as possible so they receive the right answers before entering a construction zone.

All courses can be booked online through our website.

Construction White Card NSW

January 11th, 2020 by ian

Master Builders, labourers, managers, foreman, surveyors, plumbers, electrician and all trades people need a white card to operate in a construction zone. Simple Instruction is offering the construction white card NSW – CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry at the Dee Why RSL, Northern Beaches, Sydney.

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Worksafe NSW requires any worker on a construction zone to show their white card for inspection if called upon. Simple Instruction offers fast turn around on our training courses with interim white cards being delivered straight after the course.

Book now with Simple Instruction by clicking on our easy to use, fast and efficent online booking system www.simpleinstruction.com.au and come to the Dee Why RSL for all the practical content.

Course dates for February 5th of 26th and March 11th and 25th in 2020.

All courses are conducted under the auspices of Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909.

First Aid and CPR training courses are also conducted out of the Dee Why RSL.

NSW White Card, Dee Why RSL, Northern Beaches, Sydney.

January 10th, 2020 by ian

White Card NSW training courses at the Dee Why RSL on the Northern Beaches. Simple Instruction is pleased to announce our first white card course CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry will be commencing on February 5th and 26th and March 11th and 26th in 2020. Centrally located at Dee Why RSL we can cater for all northern beaches suburbs and have already had enquiries from construction companies across Sydney.

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Worksafe NSW requires a white card for all construction workers. A white card (or general construction induction card) is required for workers who want to carry out construction work.

People who need a white card include:

  • site managers, supervisors, surveyors, labourers and tradespeople
  • 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.

If you are from any Northern Beaches suburb and looking for a course ‘near me’ our online and easy to use, fast training and booking format is for you. click https://www.simpleinstruction.com.au/white-card-cpccwhs1001-nsw-prepare-to-work-safely-in-the-construction-industry/ and use the book now link.

All courses are conducted under the auspices of Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909

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First Aid at car Crashes

January 9th, 2020 by ian

First Aid Training will be able to help you work through certain scenarios especially at car crashes. Is it time to get trained? Have you thought about attending a first aid training course to update your certification?

Simple Instruction is taking bookings online through our fast and easy Allens Training new platform Training Desk www.simpleinstruction.com.au for both HLTAID003 Provide First Aid (formerly known as Senior first aid and Apply First Aid) and HLTAID001 Provide CPR. All courses are conducted at the Dee Why RSL on the Northern Beaches of Sydney.

A Tasmania Police officer has revealed a common mistake people make when responding to the scene of a crash.

Divisional Acting Sergeant Ann Edge, from Southern Road Public Order Services, explained to Yahoo News Australia what you should do if you happen to come across an accident.

Should I stop for a road accident?

Sgt Edge said you should stop at the scene of an accident if you feel up to it, and it’s safe to do so.

“If you feel confident, then stop,” she said.

“But make sure you ask yourself: ‘is it safe?’”

‘Scan your surroundings’

You need to ensure you check your environment before and after you pull over.

“Are there fallen trees or power lines near the crash scene? Is the car down an embankment you can’t reach?” Sgt Edge said.

“Scan your surroundings as your safety is paramount.”

A woman is pictured talking on a phone.
Triple-0 operators are not only equipped to provide instructions but also offer comfort to anyone at a crash scene. Source: Getty Images (file pic)

Also make sure you’re not stopped on the road. This is especially important on highways where vehicles are travelling much faster.

Pull over your vehicle to a point where it’s not obstructing traffic and you can safely step out.

Turn the hazard lights on.

When asked if Sgt Edge had ever experienced anyone being hit by a car responding to a crash she said “no” but she had “heard of it”.

NSW Roads and Maritime Services also advises if a vehicle is on fire to try and turn the ignition off.

What should I do after I have stopped at the crash scene?

You should call triple-0 after stopping at the scene.

“They’ll put you through to police, fire or ambulance,” Sgt Edge said.

“You’ll need to tell them where you are – what street you’re on.”

If you’re stopped in a rural area, you might need to point out a landmark.

An SUV that ran off the road and into a shopping complex on Hall St, Bondi Beach is pictured.
This SUV ran off road and into a Bondi Beach shopping complex in 2019. Source: AAP

This can be a restaurant, a sign or some kind of building – anything which gives emergency services an idea of where the scene is.

“The operator will then ask lots of questions,” Sgt Edge said.

“But they give good advice and can be a calming influence.”

If you have decided to check on the person at the scene, they may ask you questions about them too and provide instructions.

“They might ask you if they’re conscious or not, and tell you whether that person should be moved,” Sgt Edge said.

“They’ll also offer reassurance – they might tell you ‘police are 15 minutes away’ or someone’s not far off from helping.”

A car wrapped around a tree in Melbourne's Dandenong Ranges.
The driver of this car somehow escaped without injury after it wrapped around a tree in Melbourne’s Dandenong Ranges in 2016. Source: AAP

Can I get in trouble for helping someone at a crash?

Most traffic crashes, at least ones reported to police, can come under investigation from authorities. They may want to investigate how the crash was caused or if the driver was distracted on the road.

Sometimes it can lead to a criminal investigation.

People might be concerned about reprisal from police for getting involved, however Sgt Edge said no one should be worried about trying to help someone.

“Let’s say someone comes across a car seeing smoke coming out and fearing it might explode,” she said.

“Where someone is acting in good faith to provide assistance they won’t be criticised by police.”

The ‘only’ mistake people make when stopping at the crash

There’s a common mistake people make when pulling over at the scene of a crash.

“The only mistake people make is trying to stop or move traffic,” Sgt Edge said.

“Police are trained to move traffic as are firefighters.

“We also tend to set up further back with our lights on – that way people who are heading in the direction of the scene think, ‘I might need to slow down’.”

A police officer is seen directing traffic in the Brisbane CBD.
Directing traffic at a crash scene should be left to police officers. A cop is seen doing this in Brisbane. Source: AAP

Sgt Edge said the other issue people might not have considered is lighting.

“At night, it can be really hard to see people in dark clothes on the road,” she said.

“Police officers have high-vis too. It makes us easier to see at night on dark roads.”

Managing traffic should be left to police or firefighters.

‘Don’t beat yourself up’

Not everyone is an action hero.

If you don’t feel like you can help someone out of a car wreck or at the scene of an accident you shouldn’t feel guilty about it.

“People shouldn’t beat themselves up for not helping if they don’t feel up to it,” Sgt Edge said.

“It can be very daunting to get out of the car and go check for signs of life.”

Rescue workers at the scene of a car crash on Maroubra beach.
A car crash at Maroubra Beach last year. Source: AAP

However, if you would like to be prepared for an accident or any kind of emergency, Sgt Edge advised learning CPR or first aid.

You can sign up to learn first aid and other skills through Red Cross.

Sgt Edge added anyone who’s been involved in an accident, witnessed one or provided assistance has access to free counselling.

In Tasmania, it’s known as Road Trauma Support Tasmania.

Victoria also offers its own counselling services for traffic crashes as does South Australia.

NSW also offers a variety of counselling options.

Provide CPR HLTAID001 near me!

January 7th, 2020 by ian

The Provide Cardiopulmonary Resusciation CPR HLTAID001 is required to be updated annually to satisfy insurance and to make sure you are ready in the case of an emergency. The HLTAID001 Provide CPR training course is also a component of the HLTAID003 Provide First Aid course and can be completed at the Dee Why RSL on the Northern Beaches of Sydney.

Personal Trainers, Child Care workers, School teachers and swim teachers are just some of the people who need to complete their CPR each year. For $60 you can complete a fast CPR training course and receive your certificate online via email the next day.

We complete most public courses at the Dee Why RSL (previously Brookvale Hotel) but are mobile and willing to complete a private training course at your workplace.

Please make a payment online to secure your place in Simple Instructions’ First Aid or CPR training courses.

Fireworks Northern Beaches – First Aid tips for burns

December 31st, 2019 by ian

The fireworks on the Northern Beaches of Sydney may of been cancelled in Dee Why and Bayview and North Head is closed due to Bushfire safety. The Northern Beaches Council, The Newport Hotel, fire departments and police have been extremely responsive in getting the message out on facebook and moving on crowds. The fireworks have been cancelled at Dee Why due to the extreme conditions with large swells and high winds making it hard for the Northern Beaches Council to conduct the event safely. The Bayview fireworks were cancelled yesterday due to the fire risk to neighbouring bushland. Manly’s North Head road access has been closed but the Manly fireworks will go ahead over the water. Sydney Harbour fireworks will go ahead as usual with some viewing area closures North Head Manly, Bradleys Head Mosman (various).

Prevention of the risks above need to be appaulded by the authorities and is tough to make these calls.

Burns often occur when fireworks are used – What to do if burnt?

First aid for burns

Remove the person from danger and further injury. Hold the burn under cold running water for 20 minutes. If necessary, prevent heat loss by covering unburnt areas.

Burnt clothing should only be removed if it does not stick to the burn. Do not remove clothing that is stuck to the burn.

Chemicals, such as acids and alkalis, must be washed off with running water for at least 20 minutes but take care not to splash the chemicals onto unaffected skin or other people. A cool shower is ideal.

Superficial burns require pain relief, dressings, and regular review to make sure they have not become infected.

Do not apply anything other than water to second or third degree burns until they are fully cooled and medically assessed.

A major burn is defined as a burn of any depth that involves more than 20 per cent of the total body surface area for an adult and more than 10 per cent of the total body surface area for a child. Allens Training

Major burns are a medical emergency and require urgent treatment. Immediately apply cold water to all affected areas and then call triple zero (000) for an ambulance. A cool or lukewarm shower is ideal.

Book online with Simple Instruction first aid and CPR for your up to date training certificate and courses conducted at the Dee Why RSL. www.simpleinstruction.com.au

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