Control Minor Incidents
Learn How to Safely & Effectively Control to Minor Incidents
ERGT Australia’s Control Minor Incidents (CMI) course is designed for individuals to enable them to undertake initial response to potential dangerous incidents involving small fires and minor spills in the workplace. The course covers skills and knowledge beyond what is typically covered in an induction program, but does not require specialist training, such that is undertaken by incident response team members.
The individuals attending the course will vary in experience.
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The expected learning outcomes for this Nationally Recognised Training unit MSMWHS205 Control minor incidents are:
- recognise an incident
- evaluate the incident and select an appropriate response
- check equipment and apply correct follow-up procedures
ERGT Desired Skills and Knowledge
ERGT understands trainees require a foundation that enables them to appreciate the common types of hazards and potential risks present in high risk workplaces and standard emergency response procedures. It is recommended, but not mandatory, that trainees attend the course with the following skills and knowledge of:
- company inductions
- site emergency response structure and mustering procedures
- organisational hazard identification and hazard reporting
- risk assessment processes.
If you do not have the desired skills and knowledge listed above, ERGT recommends attending the Common Safety Training Program (CSTP).
Medical and Health Standards
A medical certificate is not required for this course, however a health questionnaire and declaration of fitness will be required at course registration. Please contact ERGT for any concerns regarding completion of practical training and assessment requirements and to discuss options for reasonable adjustments.
A government issued photo identification and valid USI are required for course registration.
Structure & Assessment
This course is delivered through classroom presentations, group discussions, incident report discussion and practical demonstrations. Trainees will demonstrate their competence through written and practical assessment in both a classroom and simulated workplace environment.
In alignment with industry expectations and to ensure ongoing competence and capability ERGT recommends skills maintenance be conducted every 2 years.
Authority / Regulator
Nationally Recognised Training is regulated by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), which is the national regulator for Australia’s vocational education and training sector.