All Supervisors and Managers in your workplace must satisfy their legal duty of “reasonable care” under Section 28 of the WHS Act. To satisfy “reasonable care” they must implement and/or contribute to the management of health and safety risks.
If Supervisors and Managers are not effectively implementing and/or contributing, then they must be trained in how to do so. Otherwise the PCBU (Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking) and Officers will be in breach of their legal duty of care under Sections 19 and 27, of the WHS Act.
This course aims to familiarize participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to:
apply the principles of risk management as an integral part of an effective WHS management system
satisfy their duty of care
assist in the development of appropriate attitudes to enable participants to effectively manage health and safety in their areas of responsibility.
Who Should Do the Course?
Managers, supervisors and others who need to gain an understanding of WHS Risk Management and how to satisfy their duty of care.
2 Days - 9am to 4.00pm
1 Day - 9am to 4.00pm
Specialised 1 Day - 9am to 5.00pm
Public courses are delivered in 2 locations in Sydney - Sydney CBD and Parramatta. Follow this link for Venue maps
This course is available for delivery at your site.