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Course Number: MSMSS00004-V01 (ODR)
Would you like to become an independent high pressure water jetting operator? TAFE NSW's Operate a High Pressure Water Jetting System Skill Set will provide you with technical competence in high pressure water jetting, as well as the ability to work safely and self-sufficiently within a worksite. You will learn to interpret technical drawings and check a drawing against job requirements, as well as to check the job scope, location and requirements with the job owner, and obtain required permits. You will also learn to ensure you have adequate equipment (including PPE) for the job, check that work team members comply with site and job competency requirements, and recognise and control job and site-specific hazards.
Operational skills include how to safely start up a high pressure water jetting system, operate the equipment while maintaining the correct line of sight, shut down the equipment and complete required paperwork. You will also learn how to service, inspect and store equipment and restock running spares and consumables. This course meets the minimum industry requirements for independent high pressure water jetting jobs across a variety of worksite environments.
There are no entry requirements for this course
These competencies can provide credit towards relevant qualifications in the MSM Manufacturing Training Package
At least one member of the water jetting team needs to be competent to operate independently. This not only involves technical competence in high pressure water jetting but also requires safe operation within the worksite which may not be familiar to the
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