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Information about training at Height Safety Engineers

Information about training at Height Safety Engineers

The COVID-19 situation continues to evolve around Australia. Height Safety Engineers is committed to making sure people performing authorised work can do safely.

At HSE our sole focus is protecting people. As the COVID-19 situation continues to challenge us, you can be sure that our team is working hard to make sure every authorised worker has the skills they need to carry out their work safely.

Our training centres are able to provide support for those needing qualifications or licences to undertake authorised works at heights, in confined space, involving asbestos and more.

Sydney Training Centre - UPDATED: 7 October 2021

Our Sydney training centre is preparing to resume offering publicly available, face-to-face training courses beginning Monday, 11 October in line with the NSW Government roadmap.

Height Safety Engineers remains committed to protecting people, from our team, to your team and the wider community.

Ensuring everyone at work is kept safe remains a critically important goal.

Under the Public Health Orders, we are required to confirm the vaccination status of anyone wishing to enter our premises in order to undertake a training course.

Starting Monday, 11 October 2021 and continuing until further notice, only those who have received two (2) doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine will be able to participate in training at HSE.

In some rare circumstances, people may be medically unable to have completed their vaccination program. In those cases, presentation of the "COVID-19 Vaccine Medical Contraindication" form will allow attendance.

If you have any questions or concerns about the effects the Government health order changes may have on your upcoming enrolment, please contact our training team on 1300 884 978 or email training@heightsafety.net.

Dubbo Training Centre - UPDATED 7 October 2021

Our Dubbo training centre is preparing to resume offering publicly available, face-to-face training courses beginning Monday, 11 October in line with the NSW Government roadmap.

Height Safety Engineers remains committed to protecting people, from our team, to your team and the wider community.

Ensuring everyone at work is kept safe remains a critically important goal.

Under the Public Health Orders, we are required to confirm the vaccination status of anyone wishing to enter our premises in order to undertake a training course.

Starting Monday, 11 October 2021 and continuing until further notice, only those who have received two (2) doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine will be able to participate in training at HSE.

In some rare circumstances, people may be medically unable to have completed their vaccination program. In those cases, presentation of the "COVID-19 Vaccine Medical Contraindication" form will allow attendance.

If you have any questions or concerns about the effects the Government health order changes may have on your upcoming enrolment, please contact our training team on 1300 884 978 or email training@heightsafety.net.

Melbourne Training Centre

Our Melbourne training centre, located in Tullamarine, is currently under strict stay-at-home orders.

As adult education is considered an authorised activity by the Victorian government, our training centre remains open and classes are being conducted regularly.

All training undertaken at our Melbourne training centre is done in accordance with our COVID-19 Safety Plan.

If you have any concerns regarding your enrolment or ability to attend a class, please contact our training team on 1300 884 978 or email training@heightsafety.net.

Government Resources

NSW Government

Victorian Government

How we are protecting people undertaking training

At Height Safety Engineers, the wellbeing of our team and students is our highest priority.

We have implemented measures to ensure we maintain best hygienic practices in our training centres, including thorough cleaning and disinfecting practices at the end of every day and ongoing cleaning and disinfecting during the day.

We require all staff and students attending our training centres to follow these basic protective measures:

  • Scan in using the ServiceNSW QR check in upon entering the premises.
  • Wear masks while indoors.
  • Wash hands thoroughly.
  • Maintain social distancing of 1.5m where possible.
  • Maintain 1 person per 4-square metre rule.
  • Avoid shaking hands or touching other persons.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Use wipes to disinfect phone and after touching training equipment.
  • Practice respiratory hygiene when sneezing and coughing by covering your mouth and nose with a tissue and disposing of it immediately.

If you are feeling unwell, or have been required to self-isolate due to potential exposure to COVID-19, please contact us and we can reschedule your training or offer a credit until you are cleared of any infection.

We continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation near all our training centres and are following the advice of the health authorities in each state.

To date, there have been no COVID-19 infections associated with training at any HSE facility.