This practical, information-packed session will provide your employees with an understanding of their legislative OHS duties and responsibilities, equip them with the skills to identify and assess risk and enable them to communicate safety and health matters confidently with team members and their supervisors.
The course will focus on increasing awareness of Coronaviruses in general, and COVID-19 more specifically, and by so doing, increase awareness of the standards for employer and worker responsibility in observing and being active in identifying practicable controls to implement to reduce risk.
The course will also will provide guidance on what your business needs to do to develop and implement their COVID safety plans ahead of reopening should yours have been affected.
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
- Understand their key duties from the occupational health and safety OHS Act 1984 and OHS Regulations 1996
- Understand and apply the principles of SAMM – spot the hazard – assess the risk – make the change – monitor and review
- Carry out a basic job safety analysis
- Understand key elements of hazardous substances and SDS
There are no pre-requisites for this course.
Training takes place at CCIWA, with our facilitator delivering the group a full course curriculum with practical exercises. Morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch are provided.
Location – CCIWA, Level 5, 235 St Georges Terrace, Perth
If there are no sessions for your preferred date available online – please contact the CCIWA Training team on (08) 9365 7500.
Training Disclaimer: Please note CCIWA reserves the right to cancel any face-to-face or online course before the commencement date in the event of insufficient registrations or operational difficulties. In the event of such cancellation, all registered participants will be notified.