Train­ing in­no­va­tion with Tran­squal

The Australian Mining Review - - 4WD TRAINING -

WHEN it comes to reg­u­la­tory re­quire­ments in in­dus­tries such as road trans­port, ware­hous­ing, and steve­dor­ing, com­pli­ance isn’t a bonus; it’s an ab­so­lute ne­ces­sity.

Non-com­pli­ance is a threat for a list of rea­sons.

Com­pa­nies that fail to com­ply are at risk of mas­sive fines, reg­u­la­tory penal­ties and even jail time.

More­over, com­pli­ance (at its core) fo­cuses on the safety of the team; al­low­ing non-com­pli­ance to per­vade an or­gan­i­sa­tion is flat-out dan­ger­ous.

Change, as al­ways, starts from the top. Tran­squal is the largest pri­vately owned RTO (Reg­is­tered Train­ing Or­gan­i­sa­tion #90388) that pro­vides an ex­ten­sive range of lo­gis­tic train­ing ser­vices, in­clud­ing road trans­port.

Its train­ing pack­ages in­clude ev­ery­thing from chain of re­spon­si­bil­ity, dan­ger­ous goods and work­place health and safety pro­grams, to high-risk li­cens­ing, with reg­u­lar sched­uled cour­ses for fork­lift, dan­ger­ous goods, fa­tigue man­age­ment, 4WD and load re­straint.

Other qual­i­fi­ca­tions that Tran­squal of­fer in­clude trans­port and lo­gis­tics cer­tifi­cates.

Tran­squal prides it­self on of­fer­ing the best pos­si­ble fa­cil­i­ties for its clients, in line with its com­mit­ment to qual­ity and the pro­vi­sion of a high stan­dard of ser­vice.

Tran­squal can also cus­tomise each facet to meet the client’s en­ter­prise specifics while still main­tain­ing na­tional reg­u­la­tions and State leg­is­la­tion re­quire­ments and the na­tional ‘Stan­dards for RTOs 2015’.

Its ex­plo­ration and re­source clients, such as San­tos, have im­ple­mented poli­cies where all staff, con­trac­tors and vis­i­tors to their sites must un­der­take the Tran­squal 4WD De­fen­sive Driv­ing train­ing pro­gram be­fore op­er­at­ing a 4WD ve­hi­cle on-site.

Tran­squal de­liv­ers these pro­grams Aus­tralia-wide.

Tran­squal of­fers 4WD train­ing cour­ses na­tion­wide.

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