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Verisafe is dedicated to promoting safety and compliance within the industry, and emphasises the crucial role played by registered Verisafe Assessors in the Verification of Competency process for Participating Members.

To register as a Verisafe Assessor, individuals must meet strict requirements. Firstly, they must hold a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, ensuring that they possess the necessary knowledge and skills to evaluate workers’ competency. Additionally, they must hold a current High Risk Work Licence for the classes they wish to assess, further demonstrating their expertise in the industry.

One of the key requirements for Verisafe Assessors is to exhibit consistent and recent industry experience, ensuring that they remain up-to-date with the latest industry practices and standards. They must also provide evidence of recent, prior working experience for each high-risk class the wish to register to assess, highlighting their in-depth knowledge and experience.

Furthermore, Verisafe Assessors must be nominated and verified by their contractor company, which must be a participating Verisafe contractor. This ensures that only the most reputable and trustworthy assessors are approved for the role.

Once an individual has submitted their expression of interest to register as a Verisafe Assessor, they can anticipate a thorough vetting procedure. This includes an endorsement by a Verisafe representative of a Participating Member, confirming their suitability for the role.

The benefits of becoming a Verisafe Assessor are significant. Assessors play a crucial role in promoting safety and compliance within the industry, helping to reduce accidents and injuries. They also provide valuable guidance and support to workers, ensuring that they have the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their work safely and effectively.

Becoming a Registered Verisafe Assessor demonstrates a commitment to professionalism and excellence within the industry. It provides individuals with the opportunity to contribute to the industry and make a real difference to the safety and well-being of workers. Overall, becoming a Verisafe Assessor is a highly rewarding and prestigious role, and one that is highly valued within the industry.