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Issue Work Permits

$265.00 (6 Hours)
$265.00 (6 Hours)

About this course

Issue Work Permits


Issue Work Permits (MSMPER300)

Our 6-hour course is designed to provide knowledge on the framework of the permit system, the preparation for and issuing of a permit through to closing the permit. It encompasses the scope of work requiring a permit and the limitations associated.

WorkSafe Connect has been delivering workplace health and safety related Issue Work Permit programs for over 15 years and is one of Queensland’s leading suppliers of Work Permit training.

Please note this course has a prerequisite unit of MSMWHS201 Conduct Hazard Analysis. WorkSafe Connect has designed its program to include this prerequisite unit.

The program is made up of the following nationally accredited unit of competency:

  • MSMPER300 – Issue Work Permits
  • MSMWHS201 – Conduct hazard analysis

Reviews and testimonials

Well presented and factual , did not deviate from the content.
Dale A

I found the Zoom session far better than when I completed the training in person. A lot less stressful and the online is very user friendly. I appreciate that the session tries to limit the amount of interaction from outside creating distractions
Zach B

Well set out course, well presented. Online which is a great asset.
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Great informative course, thank you!
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Course Details

Individuals who may be required to issue a work permit as a part of their role in the workplace for high-risk activities.

Our Issue Work Permits course provides individuals with the knowledge to confidently issue a work permit for high-risk activities. Covering the scope of work, its hazards, controls and ensuring the safety of its workers.

Key areas covered by this course include:

  • Identify need for work permit
  • repare work site for authorised work including isolation, communication and risk controls
  • Raise and issue work permits
  • Monitor conditions and the work activity
  • Acting on non-compliances
  • Receiving end of day reports
  • Relinquishing, cancelling and closing work permit

Training will be conducted by one of our experienced trainer assessors who have industry currency, strong knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations and industry standards.

Practical and theoretical activities drive the training experience to ensure that the training is engaging, interesting and relevant.

WorkSafe Connect offers this course:

  • Face to Face – Public Courses (Brisbane and Townsville)
  • Face to Face – Onsite (at your site / workplace)
  • Virtual – Video-Led Training

If you would like to discuss delivery options in more detail, please do not hesitate to contact with us.

To complete the course, students must successfully complete all assessments which are aligned with the national units of competency.

All assessments are completed during the course – no assessment activities need to be completed prior to or post the training course.

Upon successful completion of the course requirements, students will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the following units of competency:

  • MSMPER300 – Issue Work Permits
  • MSMWHS201 – Conduct hazard analysis

If you have any questions, please get in touch with a member of the WorkSafe Connect team today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Permits are documents that authorise the work once adequate risk assessment has been undertaken and the level of control has been put in place to reduce the severity, likelihood and potential of an incident occurring.

Workers must be instructed on its contents before work can commence to ensure they are aware of and understand details of the work and its associated hazards and controls.

This will depend on the jurisdiction you work in. Generally, legislation and Australian Standards will outline the requirements and may include, but not limited to: confined space work, working at height, hot work, excavation, live electrical work, vehicle access, radiation, exiting an EWP.

Legislation outlines that a competent person must issue the work permit.