TLIF2080 Safely Access the Rail Corridor
Urban Rail Safety Pty Ltd is a National Registered Training Organisation (RTO) approved by ASQA to deliver RIW/RISI training for personnel working throughout the rail sector in NSW,VIC,QLD, SA and WA.
The Rail Industry Worker (RIW) or Rail Industry Safety Induction (RISI) Card is a mandatory requirement for all Personnel/Contractors who perform work with-in the Rail Corridor, irrespective who operates the Rail Traffic.
A RISI/RIW Card is also recognised by the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) and John Holland Country Rail Network (JHCRN) and will allow you to safely access the rail corridor throughout NSW in the areas managed by these organisations.
RISI (TLIF2080 Safely access the rail corridor ) – $190 all inclusive.
CAT 3 Medical – $190.00 GST Inclusive when completed Monday or Friday, the cost is paid directly to the medical centre on completion when completed ONSITE with http://workrecover.com.au/
On completion of the course and on receipt of your CAT 3 Medical Certificate you can apply for your RIW card at a cost of $110 through this site – http://railindustryworker.com.au/
RIW/RISI Courses held every Monday an Friday of each week, except PH.
Course start time is 07:00am Sharp – All participants must arrive early to complete required documentation.
Click here to enrol http://www.urbanrailsafety.com.au/enrol/
PRE-REQUISITES to work in the rail sector
White/Green Card WHS&E – (Work Health Safety and Environmental Construction Card)
Medical – Category 3 Health Assessment (hearing, vision, mobility) Drug and Alcohol Screen (breath and urine analysis)
Photo ID and 100 points identity check is also mandatory requirements, for further clarifications check the Rail Safe website at: https://railsafe.org.au/news/riw/risi-rsw
This is a Skill Set providing basic induction into the general rail infrastructure environment and it is intended for use by:
- workers who are over the age of 18 that will be carrying out basic activities with-in the rail corridor
- temporary workers entering the Rail Industry in any capacity
- rail track workers who are new to the rail infrastructure environment
This Unit of Competency (UOC) is just one (1) of eight (8) unit of competencies which is aligned to a specific qualification in accordance with Transport and Logistics Industry that can be achieved separately.
All learning material used is provided and licensed by Transport for New South Wales which is in full compliance with Transport and Logistics training package release 4.1
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