WHS Risk Management for Supervisors and Managers Course, WHS Courses, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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Courtenell Pty Ltd

as Trustee for the Vowles Family Trust

WHS Training Specialists, Sydney, Australia  

train@courtenell.com.au ~ PO Box 622 Broadway NSW 2007

ABN: 42164393628 ~ ACN: 050109281

Specialised 1 Day WHS Risk Management

for Supervisors and Managers

This Course:


Why This Training is Necessary


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.


Course Aims

The course is aimed at:





  

Content

1. WH&S Legislation in NSW

2. WH&S Management Systems

3. Managing Health & Safety in the Workplace

4. Implementing WH&S Risk Management in the Workplace

5. Workplace injury Management & Workers Compensation


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.


Duration    

 1 Day - 9am to 5.00pm  


Delivery Locations

This course is available for delivery at your site.


What to bring on the day

A pen


Related Course information

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Course Information

(Public and Onsite)

 Specialised 1 Day Course 

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