H&S Representative Stage 2


Duration: 2-day course

Day 1: Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
Unit Standard: US 17602

Day 2: Incident Investigation and Reporting
Unit Standard: US 17601

Health and Safety Representative Stage 2 is an introduction to hazard identification and incident investigation. We’ll teach you how to identify hazards and investigate incidents — two of the key skills an effective health and safety representative should have.

The course:
• Builds on the foundation knowledge gained in Stage One
• Introduces important health and safety principles and concepts
• Provides practical skills to take back to the workplace

The course has been designed for:
• Health and safety representatives
• Front-line managers
• Supervisors and team leaders (who have acquired a basic level of safety knowledge)


After completing this course, you’ll have knowledge and practical skills in:
• A broad understanding of hazards and harm
• The legal requirements relating to hazard identification and control
• Identifying hazards and assessing risk
• Hazard control options, monitoring, and review
• Purpose of investigating incidents and legislative requirements
• Barriers to reporting and how to overcome them
• Concepts of multiple causation and root cause analysis
• Swiss cheese model used to identify and explain causes of incidents
• How to conduct an incident investigation
• How to write an incident investigation report

This course has two on-course assessments.


$4950 + GST up to 12 students and $249 for each additional student (max of 16)