High Risk Work Licence Training & Assessment – VIC, TAS, SA, WA

Boiler Classes: BS, BA

Steam Training and our affiliated RTO GoTrain Industry Pty Ltd (RTO20812) offers the following units of training:

  • MSMBLIC001 – Operate a Standard Boiler
  • MSMBLIC002 – Operate an Advanced Boiler

Based upon your previous experience, this is either a 1 or 2 day training course (theory and practical) that is designed to give a trainee operator, who has experience in the operation of a boiler at a plant, a more in depth grounding that will prepare them for the questions asked by the national High Risk Work assessment instruments. Participants should have a good understanding and working knowledge of the environment in which they work.

The session covers:

  • Relevant legislation
  • OHS and PPE requirements
  • Boiler Principles and Construction
  • Boiler Fittings and Mounting
  • Combustion Principles
  • Operational Cycles
  • Emergency situations
  • Boiler ancillaries (BA only)
  • Boiler Storage
  • Boiler maintenance and Feed water Monitoring
  • Fault finding scenarios
  • Records

Upon completion of the training an assessment for a HRW Boiler licence may be conducted. Separate fee applies.

Upgrade BI to BA (TAS)

The former BB and BI licences were merged into the new Standard Boiler licence BS. However the ancillary aspects of the BI such as superheaters, feedwater heaters, economisers, superheaters, and dual firing, were added to the upgraded Advanced Boiler BA category.

This has now meant that licence holders with a BI, and who work on boilers with these ancillaries, must upgrade to the new BA qualification.

We can provide this upgrade training for students who wish to upgrade their licences. This training is delivered online, and assessment takes one day onsite.

A Statement of Attainment will be issued once you satisfactorily pass the HRW licence assessment.

Experience prior to assessment

Prior to assessment each student should be able to demonstrate a history of practical experience in the operation of the high risk work equipment.

We prefer this includes a completed log book. Whilst a logbook is not a mandatory requirement for HRW Boiler assessments, it is a useful tool to track your practical skills, and to prove competency and confidence in your skills to your assessor.

Click here to download the Log book.

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