You will require this registration if you intend to operate as an Erector or Supervisor of Temporary Structures.
An Erector or Supervisor of Temporary Structures sets up and dismantles large tents, marquees, stages, scaffolding, seating stands, equipment platforms, towers and pre-fabricated buildings.
There are two classes of registration for Erectors or Supervisors of Temporary Structures:
- Class 1: a Class 1 Erector or Supervisor of Temporary Structures erects, maintains and dismantles stages, seating stands or equipment platforms and towers.
- Class 2: a Class 2 Erector or Supervisor of Temporary Structures erects, dismantles, or supervises the erection or dismantling of tents, marquees and pre-fabricated buildings over 100 square metres in floor area.
You must register with the VBA eToolbox to access the required forms. Please consult the responsible agency for more information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
To obtain a certificate of registration as an Erector or Supervisor of Temporary Structures you must:
- have the specified educational qualifications in the particular class plus the specified period of practical experience, or the equivalent total in work experience
- complete the application form and support the application with details of your training, professional memberships, business operations and in some categories, samples of work
- satisfy the agency that you are of good character and fit to work as a building practitioner (the Agency will take into account matters such as your criminal record, and whether you have previously been insolvent)
- have appropriate insurance (required insurance for building practitioners is determined by the Agency)
- provide a signed authorisation allowing the Agency to conduct a National Police Certificate check
- lodge the application form and supporting copy documentation, including photographic ID, with the agency together with the prescribed fee.
You will require one of the following qualifications:
- Class 1: Intermediate Scaffolding Licence (occupational health and safety) and one year practical experience.
- Class 2: certification by the agency stating ability to erect, dismantle or supervision erection or dismantling of tents and marquees and two years practical experience.
The Agency may require you to undergo an assessment by a board member, industry expert or workplace assessor prior to your registration being approved. The assessment will cover your knowledge and skill in areas relevant to the practice of a building practitioner.
Ongoing registration is subject to satisfaction of specified requirements including industry training and standards compliance, as determined by the agency.
Please consult the responsible agency for information on fees to be submitted with your application.
Erector of Temporary Structures Registration Application - Please consult the responsible agency for more information.
Victorian Building Authority
Building Act 1993 (Victoria)
Building Regulations 2006 (Victoria)
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