This online course provides students with knowledge of basic work- place safety, an understanding of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and the skills needed to then apply key principles in the workplace. It will also provide an overview on the responsibilities of people in the workforce including steps to take to ensure the safety of themselves and others. Given a scenario students will be able to complete a job safety analysis.
Unit Standard: 497 L1 C3 V10, 17593 L2 C4 V5 and Job Safety Analysis
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
This course is an online course.
After you contact Wood Training, we will send you a confirmation email with a self-enrolment key. You will be prompt- ed in the system to set up a profile, with information that we need for your enrolment.
You will be sent a link to access your course with this self- enrolment key. You will be prompted in the system to set up a profile, with information that we need for your enrolment.
You will need to have:
Competency in US 497, US 17593 and additional Job Safety Analysis component in this course at Wood Training will be accepted as meeting the hazard management prerequisite for our Common Permit to Work training.
Students must be in work.
It consists of online learning modules that you work through at your own pace. At the very end of the course there are summative assessment tasks.
To maintain current competency, it is recommended that refresher training occurs regularly. Depending on the industry you work in this may vary. Current Wood Training recommendation is every two years.
Consultant, Training Facilitator and company director, Mal has a history of work in the oil and gas sector, process operation and hazard management. He has extensive experience in many roles in the workforce and brings authentic experience to the training situation. With a background in physics, chemistry, statistics and human anatomy he knows his subject matter well, and this knowledge and experience comes to the fore in his training and delivery.
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