Classified Plant Awareness Training

AME’s industry-recognised Classified Plant Training and Management for plant managers, site supervisors, and personnel.


What does ‘Classified Plant’ mean?

Under the Mine Safety and Inspection Regulations (MSIR 1995) Classified Plant is defined as any boiler, crane, hoist, lift or pressure vessel. This includes fixed and itinerant plant-like elevating work platforms (EWP), pressure vessels, bridge and gantry cranes, mobile cranes, lifts and hoists, vehicle hoists, monorails, mancages, and boilers.

Western Australian Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations state that you must register with the Department of Mining and Petroleum Resources Safety all Classified Plant.

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Where is the training course held?

Across the year, Classified Plant Training is held in Belmont and Kalgoorlie. Organisations can also book site-specific training at their location.

What is the curriculum for AME’s Classified Plant Awareness course?

The training course is offered in three different options:

Basic - 1/2 Day Intermediate - 1 DayAdvanced - 2 Days
Basic - 1/2 Day

A very brief overview of the regulations and Australian standards of Classified Plant in a half-day training course. This training is recommended only for those wishing to gain a very basic understanding of Classified Plant and the regulatory bodies in Australia.

Key Modules:

AME-CP-000 Level 1 – Introduction to Classified Plant (Basic)

Intermediate - 1 Day

An overview of Classified Plant Awareness training covers the regulations pertaining to some of the more common types of classified plant with a brief overview of site compliance regulations and expectations.

Key Modules:

AME-CP-000 Level 2 – Introduction to Classified Plant (Intermediate)

Advanced - 2 Days

The Advanced Classified Plant Awareness Training is our most popular training, covering the regulations and statutory expectations pertaining to a large range of Plant and Equipment. Classified Plant Training sessions include training manual, morning and afternoon tea, and lunch on both days.

Key Modules:

AME-CP-000 Level 3 – Introduction to Classified Plant (Advanced)
AME CP-001 Pressure Vessel Inspection (incl. PRV’s)
AME CP-002 Cranes and Monorails
AME CP-003 EWP’s and Hoists
AME CP-005 Mobile Cranes and Itinerant Plant


Who delivers the AME’s Classified Plant Awareness course?

Trevor Hughes has been responsible for developing the Classified Plant Training program at AME through his knowledge of the Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations and his extensive experience in the mining and resources industries in Australia.

Your lecturer has 38 years in maintenance management, project engineering and planning gained in underground and open-cut mining. Furthermore, he’s considered an industry expert in the processing, manufacturing and chemical industries.

Trevor has been responsible for training Department of Mining and Petroleum Inspectors in Classified Plant as well as thousands of personnel holding various positions and roles across site management and safety.


Professional Development

This is professional development training, vital for improving the awareness, health and safety of all staff on-site.


Additional Training Courses

  • Itinerant Plant
  • WorkSafe / DMIRS Registrable Plant
  • Crane Inspector Training
  • Section 44 – Mine Safety


Ready to enrol in Section 44 training?

To learn more talk with an AME training expert on (08) 9466 7444.

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