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Lost White Card? Here’s What To Do

If you have done a White Card Course and you held a QLD White Card:

If you have NOT ever done a White Card Course and you DO NOT own a White Card:

If you’ve lost your QLD Construction White Card and you’re wondering what to do, this page outlines the steps to take to quickly get a replacement QLD White Card mailed out to you. If your QLD White Card has been lost, stolen or destroyed we are able to replace it for you *.
 
However, if you lose your Queensland Blue Card you can’t get a new one, and due to recent changes implemented by Workplace Health & Safety Queensland, we can no longer replace a Blue Card with a QLD white Card, so you’ll need to complete the new training course (CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry). Click here for more information about completing white card training.
 
The process involved is not complicated but does involve you providing us with a copy of your statement of attainment and signing a Declaration explaining why/how it got lost, stolen or destroyed.
 

Then we can post out a replacement White Card within 1 to 2 business days (usually 1) for just $27.50, and we also offer Express Delivery (using Express Post) for extra $9.00 (incl GST).

Here’s What You Need To Replace Your Lost QLD White Card:

First, you must have successfully completed one of the following construction safety induction units with a properly registered RTO at some point in the past.

You need to send us a copy of your statement of attainment from when you successfully completed one of the following courses 1:

  • CPCCWHS1001: Prepare to work safely in the construction industry (White Card) (Issued from December 2016 onwards)2 
  • CPCCOHS1001A: Work safely in the construction industry (issued between July 2009 and December 2017)2

Then, you will need to complete a Declaration (we supply this for you) which outlines how your card was lost, stolen or destroyed. This Declaration then needs to be submitted to us.

You can do this through the online account created for you when you register.

Next, submit a copy of your photographic identification (ID).  There are two options for doing this:

  • upload it to your online account
  • use a webcam to photograph and submit it to us online.

It is important to note that you will be issued with a QLD White Card which is valid and accepted in all Australian States and Territories

Here’s The Process To Get A Replacement QLD White Card Step-By-Step:

#1

Make sure you have completed one of the above courses at some point in the past – (this is an essential requirement);

#2

Click on the “Replace White Card” button below and then complete fully the registration/profile information;

#3

Complete your postal address details within your account so we know where to send your replacement White Card;

#4

Fill out the Declaration provided outlining the reasons and situation in which your card was stolen, destroyed or lost;

#5

Upload your Declaration and a copy of your statement of attainment and photographic identification (ID) into your account. If you have a webcam you can use this to submit a copy of your ID.

If you need any assistance you can contact us on LiveChat at the very bottom right of this web page, or through our Contact Us page here.

* The issuing RTO must no longer be operating for the purpose of issuing a white card

** After 19th July 2019, online white card training is only available to:

  •  residents of Western Australia,
  • residents of Tasmania and,
  • Queensland residents deemed to be living in a Rural area. Click here for more info

1 If you are unable to obtain your original statement of attainment, or you have not completed either of the courses mentioned on this page (e.g. you have completed the older 30215QLD Course in general safety induction which is no longer recognised), you will need to complete a new CPCCWHS1001: Prepare to work safely in the construction industry course to obtain a new white card.

2 In order to receive a replacement Queensland White Card you must have successfully complete the Unit and was issued with a Queensland White Card based off the original training.