Itinerant Registerable Plant Awareness Training
This training is not nationally recognised; however, a certificate of attendance will be issued at the end of your course.
Mine Training Australia (MTA) Itinerant Registerable Plant Awareness Training has been developed following industry best practice, relevant Australian Standards, and the new Work Health & Safety Regulations (General & Mines) 2022.
Our Itinerant Registerable Plant Awareness Training runs over on full day here at our facilities in Osborne Park or on-site with you. We have a highly trained and qualified trainer with over 30 years’ experience in, plant inspections, maintenance, repairs & crane operations.
- Examples of Itinerant Registerable Plant
- Examples of Itinerant Registerable Plan that is exempt from inspections
- IRP Inspector job role process flow
- How to inspect an EWP, pressure vessel, crane, prefabricated scaffold, personnel cages and Work Boxes
- Itinerant registerable plant inspection report form
- Passing and tracking plant
- Non-conformances and failing plant
Under the new DMIRS Work Health and Safety Regulations 2022 (Regulations) that came into effect as of the 31 March 2022. The term “classified Plant” has now been renamed to “Registerable Plant”.
The WHS Regulations replaces the Occupational and Safety Regulations 1996 (OSH Regulations). The implementation of the WHS Regulations will result in several changes to administrative procedures for registration of items of plant and plant design.
Participants need to be a competent person for registration of plant under the WHS Regulations if they have:
- educational or vocational qualifications in an engineering discipline that is relevant to the plant being inspected; or
- knowledge of the technical standards relevant to the plant to be inspected.
What kinds of plant require registration
Under Schedule 5 Division 2 of the Work Health and Safety Regulations 2022 (Regulations) require the following individual items of plant to be registered. [Regulations Schedule 5 Division 2]
- Boilers categorised as hazard level A, B or C according to criteria in Section 2.1 of AS 4343:2014 (Pressure equipment — Hazard levels).
- Pressure vessels categorised as hazard level A, B or C according to the criteria in Section 2.1 of AS 4343:2014 (Pressure equipment — Hazard levels), except —
- gas cylinders; and
- LP Gas fuel vessels for automotive use; and
- Serially produced vessels.
- Tower cranes including self-erecting tower cranes.
- Lifts and escalators and moving walkways.
- Building maintenance units.
- Amusement devices classified by Section 2.1 of AS 3533.1:2009 (Amusement rides and devices — Design and construction), except devices specified in clause 4(2).
- Concrete placing booms.
- Mobile cranes with a rated capacity of greater than 10 tonnes.
The following are items of plant that are exceptions to individual registration as listed in Schedule 5
- The items of plant listed in clause 3 do not include —
- Any pressure equipment (other than a gas cylinder) excluded from the scope of AS/NZS 1200:2015 (Pressure equipment); or
- A crane or hoist that is manually powered; or
- A reach stacker.
- The following devices are excluded from clause 3(6) —
- Class 1 devices;
- Playground devices;
- Water slides where water facilitates patrons to slide easily, predominantly under gravity, along a static structure;
- Wave generators where patrons do not come into contact with the parts of machinery used for generating water waves;
- Inflatable devices, other than inflatable devices (continuously blown) with a platform height of 3 metres or more.
A moderate English language, literacy and numeracy skill is required.
Participants must be over eighteen (18) years of age.
Participants need to be a competent person for registration of plant under the WHS Regulations (General & Mines) 2022.