Implementing a Health and Safety System
There is a lot of talk about businesses having effective health and safety management systems. But what is in a health and safety management system.
This training will provide you with the foundation knowledge needed for better understanding about how you can actively contribute to:
• Meeting your duties and obligations as a Manager.
• Improving the safety performance of your organisation.
This course is designed on AS/NZS 4801:2001.
Business owners, health and safety representatives, members of a health and safety committee, team leaders, supervisors and managers.
• Principles of a Health and Safety Management System
• Performance and Monitoring
• Safety Leadership
• Defining and identifying risk
• The investigation process and its objectives
• Training and Supervision
• Worker Engagement and Participation
• Emergency Procedures
• Contractor Management
• Rehabilitation Management
• Audit and System Review
• Essential health and safety concepts and their meanings in relation to being a manager.
• The key health and safety duties of the current Health and Safety in Employment Act and the new Health and Safety at Work Act.
• The essential elements of a health and safety system.
• Understand how and why risks and hazards are managed.
• What is effective worker engagement and consultation?
• Why monitoring and measuring your safety performance is important?
• Understanding the “Duty of Care” for Persons Conducting Business or Undertakings (PCBU).
• How health and safety representatives, supervisors/teams leaders, middle manager, senior managers and executives can contribute to positive health and safety outcomes.
• How different management styles and behaviours can influence safety culture and outcomes.
One day, 9.00am - 4.00pm
Includes workbook, tea or coffee on arrival, morning tea and lunch.