H&S Representative Stage 2

Outline

Trainees who complete this course will have knowledge and practical skills in the following areas:

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.

Objectives

Introduction to hazard identification and incident investigation

Identifying hazards and investigating incidents are two of the key skills an effective health and safety representative should have. Health and Safety Representatives - Stage two builds on the foundation knowledge gained in Stage one. The course introduces important principles and concepts, and includes practical skills to take back to the workplace.

This course has been designed specifically for health and safety representatives, first-line managers, supervisors and team leaders who have acquired a basic level of safety knowledge.

Day 1 - Hazard Identification (US 17602)
Day 2 - Incident Investigation (US 17601)

Price

$495 per student