Induction Course

The Wotonga and Lake Lofty Induction program involves the application of access rules, procedures and protocols for work onsite.

The program includes key elements of learning such as;

  • Gates, fences & barricades
  • Reporting damage
  • Cattle & horses
  • Roads & tracks
  • Environmental management, chemicals & pesticides
  • Cultural & European heritage
  • Vehicle compliance
  • Fitness for duty
  • Restricted areas
  • Contraband

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Wotonga and Lake Lofty Induction

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