Some Training Restrictions Lifted

From this Friday, several restrictions around training will be lifted.

Critical Training

WAM Training will no longer require employers to declare that their training is critical for health and safety purposes.

Permitted Worker Permits

WAM Training will no longer require evidence that Trainees hold a Permitted Worker Permit.

Read below to see how WAM Training is still the safest place to train in Victoria.

Want to know how we control Covid Risk?

At WAM Training, we understand the delicate balance that our customers need to strike between maintaining onsite health and safety via ongoing OHS training and limiting their teams’ exposure to the coronavirus. That’s why we’re doing everything we can to make sure that our training facility is Covid Safe. Here’s a summary of some of the key initiatives from our Covid Safe Plan.

Dedicated Covid Marshall

Sometimes all this covid stuff can be a little confusing, and every site has its own rules. That’s why we have a dedicated Covid Marshall on site to help walk us through and remind us of our rules throughout the day.

Masks

Face masks need to be worn by all people at WAM Training, at all times. There are a small number of exceptions, but our mask rules are in alignment with the directives of the Victorian Government.

QR Code Check-In

You’ll see QR codes for checking-in at the entrance to our building. Please be sure to check-in every day. A Covid Marshall can assist you if you need a little help.

Daily Temperature Checks

We check every person’s body temperature upon arrival using a no-contact infrared thermometer. If you’re attending a course that runs over multiple days, please make sure you have your temperature taken every day.

Social Distancing

We need to keep at least 1.5m away from others wherever possible. That’s why we have one-person-per-desk and sufficient space in our classroom and practical environments so that you can keep your distance.

Room Density Limits

You’ll notice signage up on every door to notify everyone of the maximum number of occupants allowed in each room. Be sure to take note and never exceed the limit.

Ventillation

Current advice is that covid is less likely to spread where there is increased ventilation. That’s why we’re making sure that all doors and windows are open when rooms are occupied.

If you require further information or assistance, please call our office on 1800 143 343.

All the best,

Aaron Monaghan

Business Leader

WAM Training (RTO 22054)