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Application for Apprentice and Trainee Grant for Small Business Final

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Australian Apprenticeships Incentive Program Summary

The objective of the Australian Apprenticeships Incentives Program is to contribute a highly skilled and relevant Australian workforce that supports economic sustainability and competitiveness.

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Australian Competition & Consumer Commission – Contracts & agreements

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission – Contracts & agreements information page

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Australian Taxation Office – Super for employers

Super for employers information

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Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements Fact Sheet

The Australian Government has announced the Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements wage subsidy to support employers and Group Training Organisations to take on new apprentices and trainees.

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CCF – Toolbox Emergency Evacuation and Drills

A workplace emergency is a situation that threatens workers, customers, or the public; disrupts or shuts down operations; or causes physical or environmental damage.

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CCF – Toolbox Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke

Whilst we have a temperate climate in Tasmania, we do experience some hot days throughout summer and need to know the signs of heat exhaustion and heat stroke and how to avoid it.

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CCF – Toolbox Office Safety

The Civil Construction Industry is dominated by employees who work outdoors or in the field. They are however, supported by office-based workers and offices can also be hazardous workplaces. Office safety considerations are necessary to ensure office-based workers are not exposed to risk of incident and injury.

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CCF Tasmania Application for Membership

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CCF Toolbox – Accident and Incident Reporting

Unfortunately, near misses and accidents do happen in our workplaces too regularly. We work in a high-risk industry and there are bound to be incidents.

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CCF Toolbox – Alcohol and Drug Use in the Workplace

Alcohol and drugs—including medicines prescribed by a doctor or available from a pharmacy—can affect a person’s ability to work safely.

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CCF Toolbox – Being Sun Smart

Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. At least 2 in 3 Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of 70.

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CCF Toolbox – Bullying in the Workplace

Bullying in the workplace is not only illegal, but it can ruin the lives of victims of bullying and ruins an organisation’s culture.

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CCF Toolbox – Changing Weather Conditions

Tasmanian weather conditions can change rapidly and with little warning.

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CCF Toolbox – Dial Before You Dig

Dial Before You Dig is a FREE national referral service designed to assist in preventing damage and disruption to Australia’s vast infrastructure networks which provide essential services, we use every day.

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CCF Toolbox – Discrimination

Unlawful workplace discrimination occurs when an employer takes adverse action against a person who is an employee or prospective employee because of the following attributes of the person:

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CCF Toolbox – Driving in Adverse Weather Conditions

Tasmanian weather conditions can change rapidly and with little warning. Given we spend a lot of time travelling for work and are heading into winter, it is timely to provide a reminder about driving during this period.

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CCF Toolbox – Fire Season

When fire season hits there are additional hazards we need to think about.

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CCF Toolbox – Hazardous Chemical Safety

Knowing how to use, manage, transport and store chemicals is important to keep us all safe.

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CCF Toolbox – Housekeeping

Effective housekeeping can help control or eliminate workplace hazards. Poor housekeeping practices frequently contribute to incidents. If the sight of paper, debris, clutter, and spills is accepted as normal, then other more serious hazards may be taken for granted.

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CCF Toolbox – Load Restraint

Unsecured loads can cause damage, serious crashes, and death by falling onto the road and into the path of other vehicles.

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CCF Toolbox – Manual Handling in the Workplace

Manual handling causes over a third of all workplace injuries. These include work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) such as pain and injuries to arms, legs and joints, and repetitive strain injuries of various sorts.

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CCF Toolbox – Risk Assessments

A safe and healthy workplace does not happen by chance or guesswork. You must think about what could go wrong at your workplace and what the consequences could be.

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CCF Toolbox – Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is defined as any unwelcome sexual advance, unwelcome request for sexual favours or other unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature in circumstances where a reasonable person, having regard to all the circumstances, would anticipate the possibility that the person harassed would be offended, humiliated or intimidated.

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CCF Toolbox – Superannuation

Superannuation is critically important. This is your saving for the future. The choices you make throughout your working life can have a significant impact on your savings and therefore retirement income and quality of living through your retirement years.

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CCF Toolbox – Testing and Tagging

Test and Tag is the name given to the process of checking the safety of portable electrical appliances.

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Certificate in Civil engineering

UTAS Certificate in Civil engineering

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Civil Construction Industry Workforce Plan 2019-2025

The Civil Construction Industry plays an important role in delivering building and maintaining infrastructure to benefit all Tasmania.

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Civil Construction Industry Workforce Plan 2019-2025

The Civil Construction Industry plays an important role in delivering building and maintaining
infrastructure to benefit all Tasmania.

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Code of practice – Construction Work

This Code of Practice on construction work is an approved code of practice under section 274 of the Work Health and Safety Act (the WHS Act).

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Code of Practice – Demolition work

This Code of Practice on how to manage the risks associated with demolition work is an approved code of practice under section 274 of the Work Health and Safety Act (the WHS Act).

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Code of practice – Excavation Work

This Code of Practice on how to manage the risks associated with excavation work is an approved code of practice under section 274 of the Work Health and Safety Act (the WHS Act).

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Code of Practice – How to manage and control asbestos in the workplace

This Code of Practice on how to manage and control asbestos in the workplace is an approved code of practice under section 274 of the Work Health and Safety Act (the WHS Act).

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Code of Practice – How to manage work health and safety risks

This Code of Practice on how to manage work health and safety risks is an approved code of practice under section 274 of the Work Health and Safety Act (the WHS Act).

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Code of Practice – How to safely remove asbestos

This Code of Practice on how to safely remove asbestos is an approved code of practice under section 274 of the Work Health and Safety Act (the WHS Act).

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Code of Practice – Managing the risk of falls at workplaces

This Code of Practice on how to manage the risk of falls at workplaces is an approved code of practice under section 274 of the Work Health and Safety Act (the WHS Act).

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Covid safe behaviours for the Workplace

Covid safe Behaviours

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Designing thinking experience – Short Course

UTAS short course – Designing thinking experience

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Diploma of Construction management

UTAS – Diploma of Construction management

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Employing an Australian Apprentice

Employing an Australian Apprentice

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Fair Work – Ombudsman

Information and advice about your workplace rights and obligations

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Fair Work Commission – Australia’s national workplace relations tribunal

Fair Work Commission

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Fair Work Ombudsman – Award Viewer

Building and Construction General On-site Award 2020

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Fair Work Ombudsman – Fair Work Information Statement

Fair Work Information Statement

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FINAL Apprentice and Trainee Grant for Small Business Guidelines

The Apprentice and Trainee Grant for Small Business is a grants program aimed at increasing the number of apprentices and trainees employed by small businesses in Tasmania.

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Final Terms of Reference Skills Committee

Civil Contractors Federation Tasmania Limited Sub Committee – Skills Terms of Reference

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Final Terms of Reference Technical Committee

Civil Contractors Federation Tasmania Limited Sub Comittee – Technical group Terms of Reference

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Final Terms of Reference WH&S Committee

Civil Contractors Federation Tasmania Limited Sub Committee – Work Health and Safety Terms of Reference

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Hand Washing Procedures

Steps to washing your hands

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HELP SHEET for Employers Apprentices and Trainees 2020

You’ve already been provided with a lot of information – here’s how we can all work together to have a successful training and employment relationship, and achieve the outcomes you’re looking for.

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Keystone Tasmania

Keystone Tasmania – Home Page

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National Code of Good Practice for Australian Apprenticeships

Australian Apprenticeships, referred to as apprenticeships and traineeships in some States and Territories, offer many benefits to employers and Australian Apprentices.

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Project Management bundle – Short Course

UTAS short course – Project Management bundle

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PSC Insurance Brokers

PSC Insurance Brokers – CCF Tasmania Insurance

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Safe Work Australia

Safe Work Australia – Model Code of Practice: Construction work

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Skills Tasmania

Skills Tasmania – Home Page

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Small business Checklist

This checklist is designed to help you and your business become aware of your rights and comply with your obligations under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL).

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Stop – Do not enter sign

Stop Sign – Do not enter this facility covid sign

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TasBuild – Home Page

TasBuild

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Tasmania’s 10 Year Infrastructure Pipeline

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Tasmanian heavy vehicle driver’s handbook

The Tasmanian Heavy Vehicle Drivers Handbook will help you understand the special rules and regulations that apply to you and your heavy vehicle. It is a useful guide outlining rules and regulations, skills and correct attitude required by professional drivers.

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Tasmanian Road Rules Handbook

The Tasmanian Road Rules Handbook sets out the most common Tasmanian road rules in a series of diagrams and explanatory text.

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TasTafe

TasTafe – Home Page

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Undergradute Certificate in engineering fundamentals

UTAS – Undergradute Certificate in engineering fundamentals

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University of Tasmania

University of Tasmania – Home Page

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University of Tasmania – Diploma of Construction Management

Diploma of Construction Management overview and requirements page

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WorkSafe Tasmania

WorkSafe Tasmania website

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WorkSafe Tasmania – White Cards

White Cards – To work in the construction industry at any level you must have an induction card, also known as a white card. For example, if you are:

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Your Speed is Our Safety

CCF Tasmanian Branch has been actively working with the Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA) – https://tmaa.asn.au/  and the Department of State Growth in the development and promotion of this campaign.

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Your Speed is Our Safety – See the cones, obey the zones

Link to – Your Speed is Our Safety Youtube video – Cones and Zones

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Your Speed is Our Safety 1

Link to – Your Speed is Our Safety 1 Youtube video

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