Kalgoorlie - RIIWHS201D


RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures


Pre-course requirement:

  • Must provide USI (Unique Student Identifier number). Participants can apply for the USI at our website www.kelyn.com.au or direct to www.usi.gov.au.

Main Roads WA Requirement:

Main Roads WA have directed that this unit will be a requirement as from 1 January 2017 for all MRWA traffic management accredited training including BWTM, TC and AWTM.

Course Aim:
To lift the level of knowledge and skills of people obtaining traffic management accreditation as well as helping traffic management personnel work across State borders in accordance with Main Roads WA standards.


1.         Access and apply site safety procedures

2.         Apply personal safety measures

3.         Apply operational safety measures

4.         Maintain personal wellbeing

5.         Identify and report incidents


Participants in this course will be required to successfully complete both knowledge (theory) and performance (practical) assessments. Full assessment requirements will be discussed on the day of the course and prior to commencing training.


  • Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

Time:  7.45 am to finish [approx. 6 hours]

Lunch Break:  30 minutes

Price:  $130.00 per person (GST Free)

Venue:  Curtin University of Technology, WMC Conference Centre (Room 5), 44 MacDonald Street, Kalgoorlie

Course Start Dates:

Wed, 4th Apr, 2018



I liked the layout of the course and there were plenty of breaks which helped stay focused. The course was straight forward and easy to understand,also the trainer was really switched on and had experience in many related fields which was a bonus

By Evan n from The traffic management company

The instructor is great he made learning fun n enjoyable. The course all up was great it wasn't too hard or easy. I would do it all over again

By Lachlan Hunter from Contraflow

It had been a while since my last Basic Traffic Management Training and I found Kelyn's training to be very informative and helpful to my work. Whilst I do not directly work on the road or road reserve, the knowledge assists me in ensuring that contractors operate in a safe manner.

By Daniel Lewis from City of Nedlands