This online training course outlines the importance and benefits of workplace health and safety. It also provides an understanding of hazards and risks in the workplace, and provides an overview of the legislation that employees must be aware of.
• What is Workplace Health and Safety?
• WHS regulations across Australia
• Persons referred to in The Act
• What is a WHS Committee?
• Risk management
• Incident reporting and investigation
• WHS Committee meetings
Upon completion of this course, participants will learn:
• Why Workplace Health and Safety is important.
• What the regulations of the Workplace Health and Safety Act are.
• What the importance and function of a WHS committee is.
• How to manage risks and hazards; and,
• How to report incidents.
THIS COURSE WILL BE SUITED TO:
This course is designed for organisation-wide delivery and provides employees and employers with general
knowledge of the legal requirements, basic principles, and practices relating to workplace health and safety.
On successful completion of this course, employees will have the necessary information to be able to
respond correctly to risks in the workplace. Employees will also be aware of their legal obligations to WHS
in The Act, and will learn how to correctly report incidents and hazards.
45 minutes (Employee Module)
15 minutes (additional Manager/Supervisor Module)
All cancellations must be requested in writing however no refunds will be given to cancellations made less than five (5) business days prior to the event as catering arrangements have already been confirmed. We are happy to accept a replacement at no additional cost.Terms and conditions
Registrations are for individual delegates only and cannot be split or shared between multiple people. Payment is required prior to the event. The Property Council of Australia reserves the right to alter speaker/s or program of events or cancel the event in its entirety. The Property Council of Australia reserves the right to refuse entry to or remove from the premises any person who it considers (in their sole and absolute discretion) is causing annoyance. Your registration is accepted on the basis of these conditions. The collection of individual registration details is primarily so that we can register you and your colleagues for the event. The information will be stored in the Property Council’s database and may be used for future marketing of Property Council events and may also be provided to the event sponsors. If you do not wish your details to be made available to external parties, we ask that you notify us by a written request to the Property Council Database Manager. Property Council often undertakes or facilitates photography and/or video at our events and conferences. These images and footage may be used in future promotions that include but are not limited to website, direct mail, marketing collateral, email, sales documents and other uses by Property Council of Australia. Should a registered participant seek to be excluded from such future uses of images, you must register your request with a Property Council staff member on the day of the designated event. No further correspondence or permissions will alternatively be sought.