You'll need a high risk work licence if you intend to work with any of the following:
- cranes including tower cranes, mobile cranes, vehicle loading cranes, bridge and gantry cranes
- dogging, rigging and scaffolding
- hoists including personnel and materials hoists, elevated work platforms and concrete placing booms
- pressure equipment such as boilers, turbines and steam engines
- reach stackers.
You can use your high risk work licence in any Australian state or territory.
To apply for a high risk work licence, you first need to be trained and assessed by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). Visit the SafeWork NSW website to check your eligibility and find an RTO.