Clean up plant, equipment and worksite

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Clean up plant, equipment and worksite (TLIB1031)

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$60.00 excl. GST

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$250.00 excl. GST

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This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to clean up plant, equipment and worksite in accordance with state/territory Acts and regulations, nationally approved compliance codes and/or guidelines and workplace procedures.

Work is undertaken as part of workplace activities across a variety of operational contexts within the transport and logistics industry.

It includes planning and preparing work, arranging the clear up and disposal/reclamation of material, operating cleaning equipment and mobile plant, finalising the work and restoring the site.

Work is performed under minimal supervision, generally within a team environment.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this training course, participants will:

1. Plan and prepare work 1.1 Details of cleaning requirements are identified by instructions, inspections, work orders and schedules.
1.2 Materials and equipment are identified and obtained.
1.3 Relevant legislative, statutory and workplace requirements and standards are identified, applied and monitored throughout the work procedure.
1.4 Environmental regulatory requirements are identified to ensure site is left in an environmentally sound condition.
1.5 Required materials to be removed and methods of removal are identified to facilitate clean up.
2. Arrange clear up and disposal/ reclamation of material 2.1 Storage/disposal areas and quarantine zones are identified and arranged to ensure environmentally sound disposal.
2.2 Reclaimed material is removed to storage areas using appropriate methods.
2.3 Non-required materials/services are removed and disposed of in appropriate manner to ensure clean and environmentally stable site.
2.4 Site is inspected for overlooked materials to minimize wastage and losses.
3. Operate cleaning equipment and mobile plant 3.1 Cleaning and mobile plant is operated to site/manufacturers requirements.
3.2 Operator maintenance is performed to manufacturers/site standards.
3.3 Cleaning equipment is cleaned and stored.
4. Finalize work and restore site 4.1 Drainage is established/restored as necessary to ensure well drained site.
4.2 Re-vegetation/environmental repair is arranged if required to return site to environmentally sound condition.
4.3 Barriers are removed or checked for integrity to ensure access to correct areas.
4.4 Access roads are closed if required to prevent unauthorized access to closed site.
4.5 Site is left in suitable level and surface condition to ensure environmentally sound, safe and clean site.


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