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We come to your workplace or organise a local space. We cover areas including Servicing the Southern Tablehand Area and surrounds including Goulburn, Crookwell, Mittagong, Bowral, Picton,Yass, Boorowa, Young, Queanbeyan, Cooma, Batemans Bay, Nowra, Cootamundra, Cowra, Orange, Bathurst.


Open Office Hours

M-F: 8am – 6pm
S-S: 10am – 4pm


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0431 769 828

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How old do you have to be to obtain a High Risk Work Licence?

Eligibility criteria
You are eligible to obtain a licence if you:

  • are at least 18 years of age
  • complete a recognised training course with a registered training organisation (RTO) and have been assessed as competent by a SafeWork NSW accredited assessor working for the RTO
  • can use English at a level that enables the safe performance of high risk work
Do I need to provide Evidence of identity?

Yes you are required to provide 100 points of identification to apply for a licence.
You must be able to prove who you are when you apply for a high risk work licence or attend general construction induction training.
You will generally need 100 points of ID. Some documents you can use to provide this can include:

  • Australian birth certificate
  • Australian drivers licence
  • Medicare card
  • ATM card
  • Utilities bill.

More details

What happens next?

Application process
The assessor will have the application forms you need for a new card after you have completed your training. If found competent, you will then take those forms to your nearest Australia Post office as well as 100 points of ID.

You will also need to bring with you a passport sized and quality photo of yourself with your name and date of birth printed on the back.

The application fee is $76 per class of licence.

When do you require a Dogging licence?

Consists of the application of slinging techniques to move a load (including the selection and inspection of lifting gear) and/or the directing of a crane/hoist operator in the movement of a load when the load is out of the view of the crane/hoist operator.