How to become a high risk work licence assessor

In order to conduct assessments for high risk work (HRW) licences in the Northern Territory, individuals must be accredited by NT WorkSafe.

Step one:

  • completed application form
  • required fee
  • photo identification
  • completed RTO alignment form and RTO scope
  • a minimum of two years evidence of industry and operational experience, including a copy of your current HRW licence
  • certificate IV in training and assessing.

Step two:

  • complete legislation test
  • complete the relevant class test.

Note: individuals who are accredited as an assessor by another WHS regulator are not required to complete step two.

Conditions of Accreditation

The conditions of accreditation as an assessor for high risk work licence is issued by NT WorkSafe. Accredited Assessors are required to comply with the conditions pursuant to Regulation 121 of the Work Health and Safety (National Uniform Legislation) Regulations 2011.

Lodging an application

All licence applications are to be lodged with the Territory Business Centre.​

Forms
Application for a replacement accreditation document - HRW Assessor
Application for accreditation - HRW Assessor
Application for an assessment report book - HRW Assessor
Application for change of details - HRW Assessor
Application to become a fireworks assessor
Notification or cancellation of alignment with a registered training organisation (RTO) - HRW Assessor
Guides
Conditions of accreditation as an assessor for high risk work licence