You must not carry out specified class or classes of work unless you hold the high risk work licence for that class.
There are 29 classes of high risk licences.
A high risk work licence is recognised in all states and territories of Australia.
You do not need to hold a high risk work licence if you are currently:
- formally enrolled with a registered training organisation (RTO) and undergoing supervised training towards gaining assessment, and
- under the direct supervision of a person who is licensed to carry out the high risk work.