Further White Card Information
What is a White Card?
The CPCCOHS1001A - Work Safely in the Construction Industry “White Card” has replaced the old Blue Card, Red Card and Green Cards which are no longer issued. A White Card is a legal requirement for anyone who works, or intends on working, on a construction site.
Where is a White Card Valid?
Each state and territory issues their own version of the White Card, the course is based on a national standard.
All White Cards are nationally recognised in all the Australian states and territories – if you have a card for one jurisdiction it is recognised in all the other states and territories.
How do I get a White Card?
A White Card is obtained by completing CPCCOHS1001A – Work Safely in the Construction Industry course. The course can be completed classroom style or online.
Many people complete an online course rather than a face to face course in their own state; this is due to the price and convenience of online training.
What does a White Card Course Cover?
A White Card course covers all aspects of safety on site, including identifying construction hazards and control measures, OHS legislative requirements, OHS communication, and incident response procedures.
For further information please read the FAQ section.