TfNSW SX52 Accessing the Rail Corridor – Thornton (Formerly known as RISI)
CERT Thornton Office - 13 Firebrick Drive Thornton NSW 2322
SX52 Accessing the Rail Corridor is an induction training package specifically designed for persons working in the Sydney metropolitan area. This training introduces participants to the key generic hazards of operating in a rail environment. NETWORK Sydney Trains
SX52 Accessing the Rail Corridor is an induction training package specifically designed for persons working in the Sydney metropolitan area. This training introduces participants to the key generic hazards of operating in a rail environment.
One day (8 Hours)
$200.00 per participant
$500 per participant if you wish to undertake both the medical and the RISI program with CERT
CERT Thornton Office – 13 Firebrick Drive Thornton NSW 2322
Courses can also be held at Chullora, Wagga, Dubbo or Onsite on request (cost may vary)
- To participate in the SX52 course you must have at least a Category 3 Rail Medical.
- Must be able to read, speak and comprehend basic English.
- You must provide 100 points of identification on the day of the course
- Applicants under 17 years of age are required to apply for Rail Safety Worker Authorisation from Transport for NSW prior to enrolling a candidate into the TfNSW SX52 Accessing the Rail Corridor Induction.
Please Note: Eligibility for a TfNSW Rail Safety Worker (RISI) Authorisation must be obtained in writing from TfNSW Organisational Development (OD) before the candidate can participate in training. This can take up to 10 working days on receipt of the applicable form.
Upon successful completion of this course you will receive:
- A Statement of Attainment recognising completion of TLIF2080 Safely access the rail corridor
This course requires completion of a written theory assessment and a practical Assessment.
- Theory Assessment: During the in-class training you will be required to sit a written theory assessment.
- Practical Assessment: The final Assessment is one-on-one simulation and requires you to demonstrate your knowledge gained through the day.
NATIONALLY ACCREDITED COURSE
Yes, participants will receive a Statement of Attainment from the Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure (TLI21315) for the unit TLIF2080 Safely Access the Rail Corridor
FEES AND CONDITIONS
- All material required for this course will be supplied to the participants (includes workbook, training material and certificate issue).
- Payment MUST be made on the day via cheque, credit card or cash unless prior agreements have been made.
RAIL INDUSTRY WORKER (RIW) CARD
Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has moved their authorised rail contractor workforce from Rail Industry Safety Induction (RISI) cards to the national Rail Industry Worker (RIW) card solution. All contractors who currently hold a RISI card must get a RIW card with the Transport for NSW recognised RIW roles by 1 December 2015. Your RISI card will not be recognised after this date.
All contractors entering the rail corridor, whose activities will, or have the potential to enter the danger zone, must hold a valid Rail Industry Worker Card issued by Onsite Track Easy (administered by Pegasus). Participants/Employers must apply for cards via www.railindustryworker.com.au (additional card fee paid direct to RIW).
The valid Rail Industry Worker Card must contain the “Around the Track Personnel” and “Transport for NSW -Operator” roles. Existing RIW cardholders must have the TfNSW role added to their card. They will not get a new card.
The mandatory documents for these roles are as follows
- OHS Construction Induction Card/Certificate
- Statement of Attainment for TLIF2080 Safely Access the Rail Corridor (issued by CERT upon successful completion of the course)
For more information please visit http://railindustryworker.com.au/understanding-the-process
A Category 3 Rail Medical assessment can be completed for students at 7:30am (prior to course commencement). To book a medical please select this option on enrolment.