WHS for Employees - Training Course
Two-hour course for all employees in an organisation
This course can be delivered on-site at your premises or at one of our training facilities.
At a work site, everyone is responsible for health and safety – the responsibility does not rest entirely with managers and supervisors, but with workers too, as they perform tasks that potentially put themselves and others at risk.
Whether it be carrying boxes of paper, operating a forklift, or taking care of your mental health, Work Health and Safety can be complex for every member of staff, no matter what type of work is conducted. When a worker is injured, everyone is affected.
This half-day the South Australian Business Chamber course provides employees with an understanding of the numerous safety roles and responsibilities that exist within an organisation, and how to access them.
Participants will learn about the importance of WHS legislative requirements, the role of health and safety committees, and how to report and resolve issues, injuries and incidents to protect themselves in the workplace.
- Identify the roles and duties of key stakeholders within an organisation including the Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU), officers and workers
- Familiarisation with hazard management and risk assessment processes
- Understand the importance of reporting injuries and incidents
- Understanding the importance of Codes of Practice
Who is this course for?
This course is for all employees in an organisation.
This training is delivered on request for your organisation. It can be delivered on site at your workplace or at our training facilities. Please submit a training enquiry for further information.
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