Work Health and Safety Refresher FAST TRACK
RRP $80 incl GST*
*The RRP can vary depending on what course materials are provided. Requests for receipts for taxation purposes must be directed to the training provider.
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To be eligible for this option candidates must:
hold a current MARCSTA Work Health and Safety Induction Certificate; and
provide evidence of recent employment in the mining and associated industry sectors; and
complete the Acceptance of Terms and Conditions for the Fast Track examination.
The Fast Track refresher option enables prompt re-certification for those candidates who regularly utilise the safety and health procedures contained in the Work Health and Safety Induction program and, by virtue of their occupation, maintain current knowledge of both regulatory requirements and safety and health procedures in their day-to-day activities.
A series of examination questions have been placed in a databank from which a randomly selected examination is chosen using an algorithm. All questions are drawn from the training manual and refer to performance criteria therein.
Candidates will be advised that the 50 question examination must be completed within 60 minutes which includes 10 minutes reading time. Questions concerning the examination must be asked within that 10 minute period. The examination is closed book and is supervised.
Embedded in the examination of the 50 questions are "must get right" questions. The Fast Track examination requires candidates to achieve an 80% pass mark at assessment and correctly answer all questions marked as "must get right".
The Fast Track option can be attempted on one occasion only. Failure to achieve the 80% minimum will require the candidate to attend a full Refresher program.
To apply for Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) for a Fast Track download, complete the application form and return to your training provider.
Fast Track Terms and Conditions
Application for Fast Track RPL
Sample Fast Track Questions
Q. What are some of the most common causes of accidents in the workplace?
Q. What are the safety reporting requirements of employees with duty of care obligations?
Q. What sort of information would you find on a Material Safety Data Sheet?
Q. When must Personal Danger tags be used?
Q. What is your first responsibility if you are faced with a chemical fire?