Course.Metro Contractor Safety Recertification (MCSR) (47009)

From 1 January 2023, this competency must be awarded to the Rail Industry Worker profile using one of the following methods :

  • Directly awarded by the RTO who delivered the training, or
  • Added by a company if the certificate has back-to-source verification, such as a QR code. Please check the accepted evidence below for an example.

If the competency does not meet these requirements, you can refer to how Network-based competencies are managed in the RIW System for more information.

Competency requirements

  • Applicant's name must be shown on the document
  • Applicants name on document to match applicants name in RIW (However, shortened first names such as 'Chris' for 'Christopher' are accepted)
  • Metro Contractor Safety Recertification (MCSR) Certificate of Completion is required to be uploaded

  • Evidence from the following safeworking renewals is also acceptable, providing they are from Metro Academy:
    • Metro Contractor Safety Recertification (MCSR) Online
    • Metro Contractor Safety Recertification (TTSA Renewal)
    • TTSA Face to Face Renewal

  • Only documentation issued by Metro Academy or John Holland Group/Accell will be accepted.
    — As of 10/01/2022, certificates of completion provided by John Holland Group/Accell indicating completion of TLIF0020 Safely Access the Rail Corridor as well as MTM Safety & Environmental Induction can also be accepted for this competency.

  • Black and white or colour can be accepted.
  • NOTE: The MCSR (6-month) evidence is not acceptable for this competency. This evidence is directly uploaded by Metro Academy, who conducted the training under the MCSR (6-month) competency.

Upload requirements

  • Date of completion shown on the certificate must be entered as the issue date within RIW.
  • Expiry date = 2 years from date of completion
Accepted evidence

Not accepted evidence
  • No example provided.

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