Converting to a national certificate

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Sunday, 26 February, 2006

Conversion to a National Certificate of Competency (NCOC) will mean changes for many workplaces. As of June 30 2006, all pre-96 safety licences will not be recognised.

If the licence was issued in NSW before 1996 and you have the original, you will need to complete an application for conversion and a proof of identity form plus the identity documents (or certified versions) you have nominated in the proof of identity form.

If you do not have the original documentation, then you will need to complete a replacement form if there is an equivalent National Certificate of Competency and a proof of identity form plus the documents you have nominated in the proof of identity form.

Present this documentation at any WorkCover Office and pay the $30 fee, or send it to WorkCover NSW, Locked Bag 2906, Lisarow NSW 2252.

NOTE: State licences ie, Explosive Power Tools and Falsework/Formwork will not be converted.

If you have not lodged after this date you can only operate under the requirements of a logbook and you will have to apply for a full reassessment through a private assessor in order to obtain a NCOC.

For more information visit: WorkCover NSW

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