In response to the COVID-19 situation, we are now offering the Rio Tinto Iron Ore Isolation Training remotely. Subject to internet access and a smart phone or computer, participants will be able to access the facilitator lead courses from home.
We will continue to offer the courses at our training facilities in Jandakot and Karratha for Cat 2 and 3 contractors who are unable to access the sessions remotely.
The new Isolation Work Practice (IWP) has replaced the Isolation Regulations. The new work practice incorporates learnings from incident data and feedback from Rio Tinto Iron Ore and its industry partners. They exist to provide a set of procedures which will enable work to be performed safely.
The isolation theory courses we provide on behalf of Rio Tinto Iron Ore (WA) are as follows:
Lock Holder – 2.5 hours
Perth – $88.00 (incl. GST)
Karratha – $99.00 (incl. GST)
Personal Isolation – 3 hours
Perth – $77.00 (incl. GST)
Karratha – $93.50 (incl. GST)
Permit Isolation – 4 hours
Price on application for both Perth and Karratha.
We are not able to accept private bookings for Rio Tinto Iron Ore courses. Bookings for these courses should be made by your employer.
Participants are required to have sufficient numeracy and literacy skills to read and comprehend instruction. Special language, literacy and numeracy requirements should be advised at the time of booking.
Specific pre-requisites for each authority level are as follows:
- Lock Holder: No course pre-requisites
- Personal Isolation: Current Lock Holder theory training
- Permit Isolation: Current Personal Isolation Officer theory training
To attend the above courses, participants should:
- Bring personal Identification
- Maintain a minimum dress standard – neat casual, enclosed footwear and no singlets
- Complete a Training Request Form that is either submitted prior to or on the day of the course to ensure participants are issued their cards.
See Course Overview
See Course Overview
Non-attendance or cancellation within two working days, will incur full cost in Perth and Karratha.
Participants must bring identification.
Minimum dress standard - neat casual, enclosed footwear and no singlets.