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10830NAT Course in Crystalline Silica Exposure Prevention - Arncliffe, Sydney

10830NAT Course in Crystalline Silica Exposure Prevention - Arncliffe, Sydney

  • $445.00


Welcome to the 10830NAT Course in Crystalline Silica Exposure Prevention (Silica Awareness Training) Nationally Recognised Training in Sydney.

About this course

Training Provider: AlertForce (RTO 91826)

Location: Unit 16, 13-15 Wollongong Road, Arncliffe NSW 2205

(or onsite by request Nationally)

Course length: 4 hours

Start Time: Varies

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Can take the 10830NAT course online?

The course must be completed face-to-face at this point. There may be an opportunity to get training subsidies if you meet certain criteria. OHS.com.au can be reached at 1300 307 445

10830NAT course background & history

Around half of the compositions in earth's crust contain silicon dioxide. Crystalline Silica, also known as soil, sand or granite, is also present in stone, grout and bitumen, rock and gravel, cement and mortar, clay, engineered stone, and stone.

Quartz is the most prevalent form of crystalline silica. Tridymite or Cristobalite is another form of crystalline silicon. These three forms may all become respirable sizes particles when workers cut, drill or grind objects that have crystalline silicona. Silica is a general term that refers to crystalline silica, which includes crystalline quartz.

Since stone masonry began and the mining of silica, it has been a serious health risk.

A rising number of people affected by working with respirable, crystalline silica is making it a pressing issue. Australia and other countries are seeing an increase in the incidence of silicosis in workers who work in mining, construction, or with engineered rock.

Why should you complete the 10830NAT Silica Exposure Prevention Course?

Simply put, while it is not required by legislation in the ACT at the moment, it will soon be a requirement for all workers on construction sites.

Silica can be found in many industries that extract it, such as the production of concrete-based building material. These are some examples of industries that might be used to make silica.

  1. Tunnelling
  2. Construction includes granite grinding, polishing and construction
  3. Foundries
  4. Stone masonry
  5. Cement manufacturing
  6. Power generation
  7. Ceramics
  8. Brick and tile manufacturing
  9. Polishing of metal
  10. Abrasive blasting
  11. Mining
  12. Quarrying

As per the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011 all PCBUs have a duty to ensure that workers who are concerned about working with asbestos-containing or asbestos-containing materials (ACMs), attend an approved course in asbestos awareness.

WorkSafe ACT now requires workers to complete the 10675NAT course in Asbestos Awareness as well as CPCCWHS1001 Prepare for work in the construction trade. However, there are no requirements for 10830NAT. Many industry experts believe that the 10830NAT course in Crystalline Silica Exposure Prevention is going to be compulsory.

What are the learning outcomes of Silica Exposure Prevention Training Training

The Course in Crystalline Silica Exposure Prevention details the outcomes necessary to recognize the risks and hazards in the workplace when working with crystalline silicon products.

The course results are applicable to construction workers, jewel industry workers, DIY enthusiasts, and anyone whose health is at risk due to exposure to crystalline quartz dust.

Graduates will be capable of identifying and applying the following knowledge to their job roles in order to ensure their own safety as well that of their coworkers.

* Identification and labelling of products containing crystal silica
* The relevant legislation, guidelines or standards
* Exposure can have serious consequences for your health, such as potential hazards or health risks.
* The exposure standards
* Safety Data Sheets
* Hierarchy of Controls
* Systems for preventing exposure
* Risk assessment and hazard prevention

What's the average length of the 10830NAT course?

Awareness training courses last for half a day (4 hours). It provides an overview of ways to protect yourself from silica.

Is it possible to take the 10830NAT Online Course?

The course must be conducted face-to–face during this stage. The course can be done in a webinar setting. AlertForce may be able to help you. Call 1800 900 222 for more information. 

What Accreditation Can You Get?

Once you have been certified competent, you will receive the Statement of Attainment (10830NAT Course Crystalline Silica Exposure Prevention). This is your proof that you have completed the training, if required by legislation.

You must only take courses in person through approved training organizations listed on training.gov.au. Although some websites offer silica awareness courses Canberra online, they may not be up to national standards. 

How Much Does Training in 10830NAT Cost?

The price of a course or training organisation will vary. AlertForce charges $450 per individual ($150 to the course designer)

Silica Exposure Prevention trainings in Canberra will continue to be offered regularly. Group training discounts may be available for employees who are required to complete the course together.

Is funding available in order to pay for the 10830NAT Silica Prevention Exposure Course

If you spend most of your time in Canberra, ask about Training Authority Fund subsidy.