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Category 3 Rail Medical & RIW Card

December 9 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Category 3 Rail Medical & RIW Card

Cat 3 Med


 

Upcoming Workshops

Name Date Time Location Available Spaces Cost
Category 3 Rail Medical & RIW Card 9 December 2020 11:00 am - 04:00 pm 8 Sloane St, Maribyrnong, Victoria 3032 7 $0.00

Introduction:

We complete Category 3 Rail Medicals all day every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

The team at Training Ahead take the guess work out of the Rail Industry Workers Cards and are here to help you through the process. We assist you with the following

Rail Industry Workers Card
When you arrive on the day, we assist you or your employees with the following:
  • Creation of the Rail Industry Workers Card
  • Upload of your photo
  • Assist you to complete your ID check here at the office
  • Assist you to download your virtual card onto your phone
  • Upload your job roles and certificates 
Category 3 Rail Medicals
We are able to book Category 3 Rail Medicals in every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Please allow for 1 hour for your medical booking (spots are available every 30 minutes throughout the day)

Give the team a call to book your spot or book online and we will contact you to arrange a time that suits you.

For more information about our medicals, please click here to head over to our Category 3 Rail Medical Page





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Rail Industry Worker Card General Information (for Victoria)


What do you need for your Rail Industry Workers Card?
To work in or around the Rail Corridor in Victoria, most individuals will be required to hold a
Rail Industry Workers Card (RIWC)

If you are working on the Metro network within the Danger Zone and you want to receive
your
RIWC, we recommend completing the following:
  • Category 3 Rail Medical
  • White Card/Construction Card (If you require the job role: Around the Track Personnel (National)
  • Safely Access the Rail Corridor Course (Unit Code: TLIF2080) including the Metro Train Track Safety Awareness Course
  • SWIRC - Safely Work in the Rail Corridor Course
More Detailed Information:
Safely Access the Rail Corridor Course (TLIF2080)
Anyone working within the rail corridor is required to have the unit of competency TLIF2080 (Safely Access the Rail Corridor). If you are working on the MTM Network,
you will need to complete the Train Track Safety Awareness.

https://www.metrotrains.com.au/academy/

Category 3 Medical
To work in the Danger Zone, you will need a Category 1, 2 or 3 Rail Medical, as per the National Standard for Health Assessment of Rail Safety Workers, (2012). For labourers, a simple Category 3 is all that is required.

The Category 3 Health Assessment includes a vision test, hearing test, mobility test and urine drug and alcohol screen.

Rail Industry Workers Card
Rail Industry Worker is a national competency management system for rail workers.
By law, everyone working on the Australian rail network must be able to provide proof of competency. This is the best way to reduce the risk of untrained people working on the rail network


If you Are working on the V/Line or ARTC Network
To work on the V/Line or ARTC network, the Contractor Induction (available online, free) must also be completed as well





 

Details

Date:
December 9
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Course Category:

Venue

8 Sloane St, Maribyrnong, Victoria 3032
8 Sloane St, Maribyrnong, Victoria 3032 Australia
Training Ahead Australia - Rail Training (RTO 45462)