To ensure the safety of personnel in the operation of mechanical plant and equipment being operated in the vicinity of overhead power lines and underground assets, a qualified Spotter must be implemented onsite to observe and ensure the safety of the works. This 1-day course covers the necessary knowledge and skills required in conjunction with required prerequisites.
This course is recognised by Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) and the Victorian WorkCover Authority as meeting the requirement under Victorian Regulations for Plant Operations near overhead powerlines and underground assets. This course complies with formal accreditation, 22597VIC - Course in Workplace Spotting for Service Assets.
This course is run by nationally accredited Registered Training Organisation Civil Train Victoria (RTO number 3704).
- Role of the Spotter
- No Go Zones
- Safety Assessment Process
- Types of Power Lines
- Permit Application
- Height Assessment
- Accident Procedures
- OH&S Act 2004
- SWMS Development
Who should attend?
Industry workers who act as a designated Spotter. You must be 18 years of age or over.
Level 2 First Aid, must be current, less than 3 years old, and must show level of first aid & issue and/or expiry date.
HLTAID011 - Provide First Aid completion required.
Please provide any (RII) Plant Tickets that you currently hold.
What qualifications does this offer?
After successful completion of this one-day course and assessment you will be registered with Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) subject to all mandatory ESV requirements being met. ESV will issue you with a Spotters Ticket (valid for 3 years).
Please ensure that you read the Civil Train Fees, Charges and Refund Policy and check the Terms and Conditions before enrolling in this course with Civil Train. If you have any questions about our Fees, Charges or Refunds/Cancellations Policy, please contact CCF Victoria on (03) 9588 7600.
On-site Group Training Available
Are you an employer with a large group of employees that need training? Civil Train can arrange training for you at your site, ensuring you meet the delivery requirements for the program.