Work Log.QR - 6-12 Month monitoring - 1st time qualified only -PO2 - TWA (910011)


Competency requirements

The Monitoring Checklist is a Queensland Rail internal document used to monitor continuous competency of people with this role.

  • The Monitoring Checklist will indicate what stage of development you have attained
  • The stages include - Initial utilisation (set with 3 month expiry) used to initiate the first 3 month stage - 3 month stage (set with 3 month expiry) - 6 month stage (set with 6 month expiry) - 12 month stage (set with 12 month expiry) this stage is set for the ongoing monitoring post the first 12 month stage

Worker must hold 0-3 month utilisation competency and 3-6 month monitoring competencies for this competency to be accepted

  • Third upload of evidence (6 month monitoring event)
  • For the third upload against this qualification, the QR Monitoring Checklist Protection Officer is required to be uploaded - You will know this is a 6 month log if (on page 3) the tick box for PO2-TWA 'Next monitoring due in 12 months' is ticked.
  • Expiry Date is to be set at no more than 12 months from the expiry date of certificate of achievement

For the Monitoring Checklist to be accepted, it will need to meet the following:

  • Protection Officer Name
  • Card No. and Valid until date shown for the qualification PO2 Track Work Authority
  • Please note that in Section 2 not all boxes need to be ticked
  • Identify monitoring outcome for PO2 Track Work Authority and set expiry date
  • Confirm supervisor name has signed, dated and ticked yes
  • Confirm Protection Officer confirmation has been signed, dated and ticked yes

NOTE: if the completion of any monitoring event falls outside of the expiry date of the previous event, the evidence is to be rejected and person advised to seek advice from railsafetyworker@qr.com.au

Upload requirements

  • Issue Date = Date of Completion on Certificate of Achievement
  • Expiry Date = Set to 12 months from the Date of Completion on Certificate of Achievement
Accepted evidence
Not accepted evidence
  • No example provided.

Business Rule Link
https://businessrules.riw.net.au/support/solutions/articles/51000088902

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