HSENE – HSE for New Entrants

Price: $450.00 (GST Exempt)
Duration: 2 day(s)
Outcome: 
HLTAID001– Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
UETTDRRF10B - Provide first aid in an ESI environment
UETTDRRF02B - Perform pole top rescue
UETTDRRF06B - Perform rescue from a live LV panel
UETTDREL14A - Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker
UETTDRRF01B - Apply ESI safety rules, codes of practice and procedures for work on or near electrical apparatus
UETTDRRF09B - Apply access procedures to work on or near electrical network infrastructure
Prerequisites: Nil

$450.00 (GST Exempt)

Health Safety & Environment (HSE) Course for New Entrants

This course is for telecommunications workers who are required to complete a HSENE – HSE for New Entrants. It is aligned to the Accredited Service Provider (ASP) 1xf program. The content is designed to deliver the ‘best practices’, to assist the telecommunication industry workforces when working in a deregulated carrier network.

This training program is delivered in two parts and combines both self-paced e-learning to cover off the theoretical components of the course as well as classroom based learning where students will undergo a range of practical assessments. The self-paced e-learn component is to be completed in your own time but must be successfully completed prior to attending the two (2) day practical classroom component. Both the theory and practical components need to be successfully completed to be deemed competent.

This program places greater emphasis on the manual handling, lifting and carrying of ladders. There is sufficient time to allow learners to become accustomed to working at height on telecommunication and share use poles. This course is highly recommended for learners that are new or are returning to the trade after a prolonged absence.

This course also includes JBHT-01WMH working at manholes. Upon the successful completion of this course, learners are eligible to enrol in the HSEI assessment and practical program in the following year.

Before enrolling in this program, learners are advised to discuss their training requirements with their delivery Partner.

What do I take to the HSE course ?

Please bring along or wear the following Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • ARC rated clothing of 100% cotton, long sleeve shirts and drill pants
  • Hi-Vis vest
  • Safety helmet (hard hat)
  • Steel toe (capped) boots
  • Riggers gloves
  • Safety glasses
  • Sun screen protection
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Certification

Upon successful completion of this training program, you will be awarded the following nationally accredited unit(s) of competency:

HLTAID001 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
UETTDRRF10B – Provide first aid in an ESI environment
UETTDRRF02B – Perform pole top rescue
UETTDRRF06B – Perform rescue from a live LV panel
UETTDREL14A – Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker
UETTDRRF01B – Apply ESI safety rules, codes of practice and procedures for work on or near electrical apparatus
UETTDRRF09B – Apply access procedures to work on or near electrical network infrastructure

In addition you will receive the following non-accredited JBH modules:

JBHT—1VSTC – VESI Safe to climb
JBHT-01WWL – Working with ladders
JBHT-01WAP – Working at poles
JBHT-01WMH – Working at manholes

Course information

HSENE – HSE for New Entrants covers the following key areas:

  • Skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines
  • The provision of first aid in an Electricity Supply Industry (ESI) environment. It includes the recognition and provision of an initial response and application, where first aid is required in emergency situations
  • Pole top rescue emergency procedures as required in the work place. It specifies the mandatory requirements for a rescue of a telecommunications person from a pole top area
  • Rescue procedures from live Low Voltage (LV) apparatus, not including overhead lines and underground cables in the work place
  • Covers the compliance with working safely up to the defined safe approach distance near energised electrical apparatus (Inc. electrical powerlines) for non-electrical workers
  • Knowledge and application of Electricity Supply Industry (ESI) safety rules and codes of practice for work on or near electrical apparatus.  It includes the application of relevant State and Territory safety rules, codes of practice and enterprise based procedures.
  • Procedures to gain access for work on or near electrical network infrastructure
  • Information needed to implement safe work procedures when working at  pits and manholes. Outlines the processes you need to follow in emergency situations. Provides a practical component for retrieving a person from a cable jointing chamber (manhole).
  • Safety equipment required and the checks you must make before commencing work on a pole. This course also outlines the required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and safety equipment. As part of this course, you will be able to practise correctly setting up the worksite prior to commencing work
  • Types of ladders used. This course will help you select, lift, carry, use and care for ladders.
  • Information needed to implement safe work procedures when working in pits and manholes. Outlines the processes you need to follow in emergency situations. Provides a practical component for retrieving a person from a cable jointing chamber (manhole).

Further training may be required by the electricity supply authority in your jurisdiction. Please contact your employer/delivery partner if you have any questions about your HSE requirements before enrolling in this course.

Dates & Locations

Our locations include Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Newcastle, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth and other major regional centres throughout Australia. In-house training is available on request.

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Before enroling learners are expected to download and read the Student Handbook here to gain a comprehensive understanding of training with JB Hunter including the following policies and procedures:

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Course cancellations and changes

JB Hunter reserves the right to cancel, postpone or alter the dates and/or times of any course. Trading terms seven (7) days. Any debt collection fees incurred will be added to the balance of the account.
Transfer & cancellation fees apply.
Only one transfer allowed per booking.

Cancellation Fees

On confirmed receipt of written notice from the client:

  • 11+ business days prior to course commencement – cancellation fee 10%, transfer fee 5%
  • 6-10 business days prior to course commencement – cancellation fee 25%, transfer fee 12.5%
  • 3-5 business days prior to course commencement – cancellation Fee 50%, transfer fee 25%
  • 0-2 business days prior to course commencement OR non-attendance – cancellation fee 100%, no transfers
  • Cancellation after being granted a previous transfer – minimum cancellation fee 25%

 

Transfer and cancellation fees are based on the full standard course price – any discounts or subsidies offered will no longer apply.

Please Note: If you make a booking, any cancellation or non-attendance at that course may incur the fees outlined above.