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Work Health & Safety Course


This course involves the skills and knowledge required to apply work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) regulations and codes of practices in the electrotechnology workplace. It includes applying safe working practices, following workplace procedures for hazard identification and risk control. It also includes electrotechnology worker responsibilities and application for health and safety, risk management and adherence to safety practices as part of electrotechnology work functions when preparing to enter a work area. The learners most likely to undertake UEECD0007 Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace are either existing workers in the industry or new entrants who need to complete the new UETDRMP007 – Perform rescue from a live low voltage panel since this is one of the pre-requisite units that needs to be completed prior to commencing UETDRMP007 unit.This unit may also be completed by new entrants who may wish to achieve this unit of competency as a stand-alone unit by itself since this unit is included in more than 10 different training packages (e.g: UEG, UEP, NWP, UET, MEM, CPC, TLI, AHC, CUA and UEE as listed on TGA – where they may need to demonstrate their competency to meet their WHS requirements.

The existing workers in the industry have previous knowledge and skills, those who may not are given extra support and time as required. The course is flexible in nature to allow for learners differing knowledge and skill levels.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

Certification Issued: On successful completion of the course, learners are issued a statement of attainment in UEECD0007 Apply Work Health and Safety Regulations, Codes and Practices in the Workplace. This is issued on the day of the course to learners found competent (Same Day Certificate)


No Pre-requisite


Learners will be required to pass a basic language, literacy, and numeracy test before confirmation of enrolment or immediately prior to commencing the training. Learners will be required to demonstrate basic physical ability to perform practical tasks that may involve lifting, manual handling and using correct tools and materials, equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE) as per the requirements of this unit and the relevant industry standards.

Those completing the express version will need access to a computer or tablet to complete the online course. Internet access is required.


This Unit of competency is delivered through two training and assessment pathways:

Option 1 (Express delivery)

  • Blended eLearning and classroom delivery
  • Students use the Smartlink eLearning system to complete theory learning and assessment task prior to coming to class for the face to face to complete the remainder of the theory assessment plus practical training and assessment.
  • The in-class session will take 2.5 hours.
  • Learners need to be computer literate to be able to do the online course.

Option 2 (Standard delivery)

  • No online
  • Only for those who don’t have computer skills or access to IT devices.
  • Blended self-study and classroom delivery
  • Students are provided with learner guide resources and assessments which is posted or emailed to them
  • The in-class sessions will take 3 hours.

* Note – For all our training courses, trainers allow additional time after the face-to-face session for theory and practical questions, discussions and further demonstration of practical activities if the need arises.

Our student handbook page for our pre-enrolment information can be found at Student Handbook – Smartlink Training – RTO 45280 Our FAQ page can be found at Frequently Asked Questions – Smartlink Training Services – RTO 45280

Usual venues for training:

  • Venue for ALBURY WODONGA is at Smartlink Training Shop 2, 659 Young Street Albury NSW 2640
  • Venue for WAGGA WAGGA is at Wagga RSL Club Wagga Cnr of Kincaid St and Dobbs St Wagga NSW 2650
  • Venue for SHEPPARTON is at Comfort Inn Peppermil 7900 Goulburn Valley HWY, Shepparton VIC 3630
  • Venue for CANBERRA To be confirmed by admin
  • Venue for BENDIGO is at Rotary Club of Kangaroo Flat (Gateway Park, Opp Apco Service station) 26 High Street Kangaroo Flat
  • Venue for BALLARAT To be confirmed by admin
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