TLIF2080 Safely access the rail corridor
This nationally recognised course will provide participants with the knowledge, training and skills to effectively work safely in and around the rail corridor. The training will detail how to take appropriate safety precautions to access the danger zone, access the rail corridor and how to respond appropriately in an emergency.
This course is for people who are going to be working in and around the rail corridor, including Mine Workers, Sugar Mill Workers, Cane Farm workers etc.
4 hours face-to-face delivery. No pre-course work required.
$180/pp GST free. (group discounts apply – please contact us for details)
Payment can be made by cash or card, with tax invoice issued on the day. Amex is accepted.
If payment is made by an employer or company an invoice will be sent after the course for payment
How to Book:
Please email us at email@example.com, or phone 0439 324 848. This course is run on demand.
Classroom Face to Face
Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Requirements
Participants will require suitable LLN skills to complete the following tasks/skills:
- Read information from a PowerPoint and whiteboard
- Listen and understand verbal information delivered by an English-speaking trainer
- Complete written incident reports forms in English
- Read and answer a multiple-choice question paper
- Read and answer a short-written answer test
There is no prior learning required for the full course. 100% attendance and participation is required for completion of the course.
Assessment is at the end of the course to show the instructor that you have an appropriate understanding of the procedures necessary to manage a situation.
This will consist of a theory assessment and practical demonstrations.
At the successful completion of this course participants will be issued with a statement of attainment TLIF2080 Safely access the rail corridor
Certificate will be emailed to the student and organisation as soon as practicable after the course – usually within 24 hours.
- How to safely access and work in the rail corridor
- Recognising the danger zone, and identifying and accessing a safe place
- Identifying the direction of approaching traffic, applying minimum sighting distances
- Maintaining situational awareness to identify potential risks
- Identifying and explaining the use of communication tools, and identifying electrical safety hazards, risk and controls used in the rail corridor
- Identifying and reporting unsafe situations within the rail environment
Undertaking work activities under local track protection rules in accordance with safe working rules, procedures and regulatory requirements.