There are inherent risks and dangers involved in working in construction. Before you can work on construction sites in Australia, you’ll need to hold relevant tickets to demonstrate competency and awareness of best practice. These tickets are required by your employer, and they are provided upon successful completion of induction training. In this post, we’ll be highlighting the full range of construction industry tickets and their importance.
Working in construction is inherently dangerous, and knowledge and training is key to mitigating the risk of injury. Training programs will inform you of the various health and safety risks involved so that you can carry out work on-site with confidence. Construction sites have many different areas and tradespeople working on them, and you will be using a wide range of equipment to perform your duties. A comprehensive knowledge of safe conduct will help you to stay safe and protect your employer from costly compensation claims.
Before working on any construction site, you will need to hold a white card. This card is awarded for successful completion of the General Construction Induction course.
If you’ve only just arrived in Australia, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed and/or unsure about how to get started in construction. There are a wide range of tickets required for various jobs, and to help you out we’ve provided a brief overview of some of the most common ones below:
Taken from – https://www.advancedgroupservices.com.au/what-tickets-do-i-need-to-work-in-the-construction-industry/
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