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:: Restrain Horse
When you began working on this task you needed to learn how to restrain the horse so the vet could check his health status.
You should now have enough information on:
- the reasons why we may have to use restraints to control a horse
- where it is safe for you to stand when restraining a horse
- methods you can use to restrain a horse in various situations
- what equipment must be on a horse to control it on a racecourse
Complete the assignment below to check your understanding of safe methods to restrain a horse.
When you have done this, you will be ready to move onto the next job or another task.
If you need help ask your boss or your course facilitator for assistance.
Successful completion of the assignment will provide evidence of your knowledge in elements of the following units of competency:
RGRH206A Apply Occupational Health and Safety Procedures in Horse Codes
RGRH207A Handle Horses Safely
Once you have successfully completed the assignment you will be ready to move on to the next task in this job. Look at the other tasks you will have to do to get the horse ready for the vet's inspection.
You can talk to your facilitator about practice and assessment of practical skills related to this unit.
Practical skills assessment is an essential part of developing competence in this unit.
Make sure you talk to your boss and your course facilitator about organising time for you to practise.
After you have finished the assignment select a new job to continue.