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Training Courses

Involving people and ensuring they are genuinely engaged in the process is critical for success. 

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Wellbeing Workshops

Managing and reducing the causes of stress and mental fatigue in the workplace are key issues to manage right now.

Who should attend

Teams and workgroups of up to 10 can attend each workshop.

Customized

Half-day and full-day programs customized to your company and group needs.

 

Benefits

  • Job satisfaction
  • Physical fitness, nutritional practices, and mental wellbeing
  • Knowledge of health promoting behaviours
  • Health outcomes
  • Energy and morale
  • Quality of life
  • Less likely to have accidents or injuries in the workplace
  • Reduce absenteeism and increase presenteeism

Investigation – Basic

Incident / Accident Investigation

Who should attend

Health and Safety reps, Health and safety, Committee members, Operations Manager & Senior Managers  

 

Why

  • covers legal requirements
  • who should investigate
  • initial attendance
  • evidence gathering
  • witness interview
  • root cause analysis
  • report preparation

Health and Safety Committee

HSC Roles and Responsibilities

 

Who should attend

Existing and successors to health and safety committee

Why

  • covers legal requirements
  • benefits
  • working effectively
  • engagement with workers and management
  • planning
  • record keeping
  • accountability

Health and Safety Representative

HSR Roles and Responsibilities. Familiarity.

Who should attend

Existing and successors to health and safety reps role.

Not to unit standard 29315

Why

  • covers legal requirements
  • benefits
  • working effectively
  • engagement with workers and management
  • planning
  • record keeping
  • accountability

Health and Safety Duties and Risk Management

Managing risk from a practical and legal stance

 

Who should attend

HSR and HSC who will provide valuable input (keepers).

Why

Risk appreciation and management is fundamental to the HSWA 2015. Understanding the legal approach is a must know!

Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 legal

Legal system review and practical advice.

Who should attend

Boards, Officers – Directors and Senior Management.

Why

 

The HSWA requires duty holders to take a pro-active safety stance and be able to demonstrate an understanding and exercise due diligence over the business or undertaking. Workshop targeted option if homogenous group.

Manual Handling – ergonomics

Practical on pushing, pulling lifting and lowering objects. Understanding the spine and spinal injuries.

 

Who should attend

Office and warehouse workers alike whether undertaking repetitive tasks or occasional the consequences of poor technique can be irreversible

Why

If you understand your own body mechanics you will think smarter next time you need to move objects at work or any other place.

Site practical provided.

Training and Assessment due out Mid May 2020.

Training & competency assessment

Who should attend

Team leaders, supervisors and managers responsible for developing staff

Why

Competency assessment is critical for ensuring staff are ready willing and able to undertake their duties to the best of their ability.
under development

HSR = Health and safety rep

HSC = Health and safety committee members

HSWA = Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.

Terms and conditions

Venue

Client to provide venue:

  • Training room or boardroom or similar venue
  • White board
  • Projector screen and data projector
    OR
  • Wide format monitor / TV compatible with laptop
  • Suitable capacity for numbers attending

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+64 29 269 4221