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Duration: Intensive - 1 to 2 Days based on number of participants.

Course available Nationally in-house at your premises.

Delivered by highly experienced and qualified WHS/OHS Consultants.

 

 

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From Agility to Resilience - the role of safety culture

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Asking ‘why?’ about incidents several times and answering, ‘because … ’, inevitably leads to the answer, ‘culture’—the climate of practices, values, accountability and communications pervading in an organisation, summed up in the phrase, ‘the way we do things around here’.

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Sharpen Your Skills

Managing risk is at the very core of sound occupational health and safety management. Risk management technology facilitates the development of an agreed language when describing risk, which in turn encourages those activities, which lead to effective, and efficient hazard control.

Take a Deep Dive into this Subject

This course forms the basis of general training in the principles of health and safety risk management. The aim of the training is to ensure that managers and supervisors have an awareness of general work health and safety issues in accordance with their legal duties and company health and safety policies.

Then Put it to Work in Your Organisation

This course is ideal for managers, supervisors and associated HR practitioners. Specifically managers and supervisors should attend so that at the end of the course they have a thorough knowledge of their specific management duties.

What You will Learn

Participants will learn:

  • the reasons for managing work health and safety in their workplace
  • their responsibilities under work health and safety law
  • their role in the risk identification, assessment and control process 
  • safe working practice in accordance with their own health and safety policy 
  • the role of WHS/OHS management systems
  • the legal background to general work health and safety issues
  • their responsibilities in implementing safe systems of work based on risk management
  • the maintenance of discipline with regard to compliance with health and safety policies and procedures
  • the company’s responsibility to provide safe work systems
  • the importance of liaison with work health and safety regulatory authorities.

Comprehensive participant notes, copy of the Act and up to date detailed supplementary information will be provided.

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