Now You Can Renew Your High Risk Licence Online

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High risk licence holders, you can now renew your licence online.

You can also update contact details online, SafeWork revealed recently. This is important because according to SafeWork Australia there are about 100,000 SA high risk licence holders that need to update their contact details regularly because their work often takes them around the state.

SafeWork SA’s Executive Director, Ms Marie Boland urged licence holders to renew their licences and update their details online when necessary and because the process has been made so easy, there’s no excuse not to.

To renew your licence or update your details, visit http://www.safework.sa.gov.au/show_page.jsp?id=114818#.VejLI_mqqkp

 

 

 

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High Risk Work – Remember to Convert to The National Licence

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September 1st, 2015 is the deadline for the conversion of any Certificates of Competency or old style tickets issued between January 2005 and September 2010 to the national high risk work licence.

SafeWork SA is reminding those affected such as forklift operators, crane operators and hoist operators, those involved in scaffolding and pressure equipment, and those who perform rigging and dogging work to act now before times runs out.

Failure to convert to the high risk work licence will result in inability to legally operate high risk equipment.

To find out more, click here.