Waste Contractors
&
Recyclers Association of NSW


   Upcoming Workshops
TLIF2010 - Apply Fatigue Management Strategies
Saturday 25th May 2019
To register to attend please complete the booking form and email to memberservices@wcra.com.au
The course is designed to provide you and your staff with driver fatigue management knowledge and to assist your business to be familiar with, and understand, the laws for heavy vehicle driver fatigue management which commenced in September 2008. Decide on a work/rest option: e.g. Standard Hours, Basic or Advanced Fatigue Management. Identify and effectively manage all chain of responsibility requirements. Achieve NHVAS accreditation in either Basic or Advanced Fatigue Management.

CPPWMT3063A Apply Safe Operational Practices When Vehicles Contact Overhead Wires
Saturday 1st June 2019
To register to attend please complete the booking form and email to memberservices@wcra.com.au
This course is designed to create an awareness of the risks involved in the collection of waste from sites located near electricity and telecommunication system asset. Assist managers, supervisors and sales representatives in developing the knowledge and skills required to assess and manage waste collection risks when working near overhead electrical and telecommunication system assets.  Provide waste collection operators with the knowledge required to avoid electrical hazards. Assess the ability of operators to safely collect waste near all overhead electrical system assets following the WorkCover NSW Code of Practice "Work near overhead power lines" (As agreed between WCRA, and WorkCover on 10 November 2008).

Introduction to the Waste & Resource Recovery Industy
Thursday 11th July 2019
To register to attend please complete the booking form and email to memberservices@wcra.com.au
The Waste Contractors & Recyclers Association of NSW (WCRA) as part of its charter to provide training and professional development to the industry is pleased to offer a workshop to introduce participants to the waste & resource recovery industry. The workshop is a 1-day event, held at our Wetherill Park training facility.
Learning outcomes
  •   An awareness and understanding of current waste and resource recovery policies, practices, issues and relevant environmental and WHS legislation;
  •   An awareness of the different types of waste and resource recovery handling, transport, processing and treatment facilities;
  •   Guidance as to the options available to handle various general and problematic waste streams.

These workshops are provided by WCRA for the benefit of Members and the waste management industry.