Safety Training

SpeedAware’s suite of Safety Training has been designed with a single purpose.

To train and assess participants in a range of skills and knowledge that, when applied, will enable those who are deemed competent to work safely on Resource & Infrastructure, Large Construction Project and Transport & Logistics Industries and in the Energy Sector nationally.
Those working on sectors know that on any major project there are always multiple industry disciplines working side by side. For this reason we have developed programs that, where ever practical, meet multiple industry criteria. Our white card program is a great example of how we have aligned training to meet three seperate industry units of competency.

Clients who choose our safety programs can enjoy the peace of mind that those who have developed the training have real world industry experience, skills and knowledge, extensive training and assessment experience coupled with a client focus that is second to none. For these same reasons SpeedAware management take an active role in the Industry Skills Councils (skillsDMC) RII09 Training Package Review. During the review our focus is on units of competency applicable to Hazard Identification and Risk Management. Our aim in participating in this review is to develop units of competencies that will see an end to our sectors use of inappropriate Industry Training Packages that do not truly apply to the clients we service.


This training is designed to promote safe and efficient loading, unloading and transport of goods and cargo.

At the end of this training successful participants will be able to:

  • Identify their role in the supply chain
  • Understand general vehicle classifications
  • Classify general hazards in the workplace
  • Identify mechanical aids and load shifting equipment and its use
  • Locate and apply load restraint information using the NTC Load Restraint Guide
  • Describe key transport requirements relating to goods and cargo
  • Understand key requirements in the unloading and receipt of goods and cargo

The applicable national units of competency are:

  • TLID2004A – Load and unload goods/cargo
  • TLIF1001A – Follow Occupational Health and Safety Procedures.


This training program provides guidance on how to manage the risks of persons falling from one level
to another by following a systematic process that involves:

  • Identifying hazards that may cause injury
  • Assessing the risks associated with these hazards
  • Implementing risk control measures
  • Reviewing risk control measures to ensure they are effective

It includes the application of skills and knowledge using a range of risk management process, by using multiple equipment types including:

  • Applying the hierarchy of controls for work at height hazards
  • Personal fall prevention and fall arrest devices
  • Use fixed single anchor points
  • Use temporary and fixed static lines
  • Use access equipment to ascend and descend
  • Participate in a rescue

The applicable national unit of competency is:

  • RIIOHS204A – Work safely at heights


This training program is designed to prepare those working in the resource sector who are required to enter and work in confined spaces. It includes:

  • Work in accordance with a confined space permit
  • Apply hazard management processes
  • Work in accordance with atmospheric testing and monitoring requirements
  • Implement isolation processes
  • Act as a spotter
  • Safe entry into confined spaces
  • Safe work in confined spaces
  • Safe egress from confined spaces
  • Participate in a confined space rescue

The applicable national unit of competency is:

  • RIIOHS202A – Enter and work in a confined space


This course has been designed to prepare employees working on multi-discipline large construction and resource sector project. The delivery method is direct learning (face to face).

Upon completion of this training program participants will have the knowledge to:

  • Identify OH&S legislative requirements
  • Identify construction hazards and control measures
  • Identify OH&S communication and reporting processes
  • Identify OH&S incident response procedures
  • Identify and report incidents
  • Access and apply site safety procedures
  • Apply personal safety measures
  • Apply operational safety measures
  • Follow workplace procedures for hazard identification and risk control
  • Complete occupational health and safety records

The applicable national units of competency are:

  • CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry
  • RIIOHS201A Work safely and follow OH&S policies and procedures
  • TLIF1001A Follow occupational health and safety procedures