Local construction workers can now apply for their carte blanche online and track the status of their application, thanks to a new addition to the Territory government’s Can-do online series portal.
Construction workers in the territory are all required to have NT carte blanche to work on a construction site.
They are also required to present their card as proof of training, at the request of a main contractor for the site in which they are entering, a holder of an entry permit in occupational health and safety or an inspector. by WorkSafe.
Until now, workers had to physically visit a business center in the territory during working hours, mail or email the form to complete their registration process.
As part of the new digital application process, applicants will receive notifications of status updates, including when they are ready and their physical card arrives in the mail or can be picked up at a business center in the territory. .
The Can-do territory portal will expand over time, integrating more online applications, which will make it easier for territories and businesses to access information, file and track online forms and ‘conduct digital transactions with the NT government.
The portal is part of a larger digital transformation program to cut red tape, centralize business information, and provide tracking and transparency to online application processes.
The Territory’s Business Center will also continue to offer NT White Cards in person, as well as a range of other business services.