All people doing construction work in Queensland must successfully complete a recognised general construction induction course before they start work in any construction activity.
These courses must be conducted by RTOs to be recognised by Queensland law.
When a person successfully completes the course the RTO will issue a general construction induction card to them.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Definition of terms
- Construction work
work to erect, construct, extend, alter, convert, fit out, commission, renovate, repair, refurbish, disassemble or decommission a structure, or part of a structure; or
work connected with site preparation, excavation and landscaping for work mentioned in paragraph (a); or
the assembly of prefabricated components for work mentioned in paragraph(a); or
the disassembly of prefabricated components for work mentioned in paragraph (a) that immediately before the disassembly, formed a structure or part of a structure; or
a prescribed activity that is asbestos removal work or demolition work.
This approval cannot be transferred.
RTOs wishing to deliver this training should read 'General construction induction information for RTOs' in supporting information.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
Workplace Health and Safety
Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (Queensland)
Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011 (Queensland)
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