CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging

Construction Workers


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The Work Health and Safety Regulations 2017 states “A person must not carry out a class of high risk work unless the person holds a high risk work licence for that class of high risk work”. This covers the activity of Dogging.

Dogging work means the application of slinging techniques, including the selection and inspection of lifting gear, to safely sling a load, or the directing of a plant operator in the movement of a load when the load is out of the operator’s view.

Before you can apply for a national licence to perform high risk work to undertake any dogging, rigging or scaffolding work listed below, a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) must assess your training, skills and knowledge using the relevant 'assessment instrument’ under realistic workplace conditions.


In this course you will learn:

The weight of most loads to be handled will be printed on the delivery docket or marked on the load in some way. The formulas will help you in calculating the weight of loads. Do not lift if you cannot make a reasonable estimate of the weight of a load.


Participant will receive a Statement of Attainment

CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging

Towards Certificate II Civil in Construction RII20715

This qualification is recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework

Nationally Recognised Training

and upon application to Safework NSW will receive a National licence to perform high risk work to undertake any dogging.

The WorkCover NSW fees schedule - September 2013 sets the fees for licences issued under the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011

Call 13 10 50 for further information.