H&S Representative Stage 4


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

Explain the importance of employee and employer participation, consultation, and involvement in effectively managing health and safety

Demonstrate knowledge of the types, and roles of, health and safety committees

Demonstrate knowledge of the establishment of a health and safety committee

Explain how to prepare for a health and safety meeting

Explain how to document and report meeting outcomes

Describe what is meant by DPI

Outline the groups of contributory factors and how they combine to result in DPI

Describe the contributory factors individuals and workplaces need to consider when preventing and managing DPI

Outline measures used to manage the risks to staff experiencing DPI

Describe the structure and function of the spine

Identify the risk factors for occupational back injury

Identify back care techniques

Identify work place control measures to reduce the risk of back injury.


Effective health and safety committees and the prevention of DPI and back injuries

This course takes an in-depth look into how to establish and run an effective health and safety committee, prevention and management of DPI and back injuries in the workplace.

The course is suitable for both experienced representatives and others in the workplace with health and safety responsibilities who want to make their way to a national qualification in health and safety.

Please note that there is no ACC funding available for this course.

Day 1 - Back Care (US 17592) & Discomfort & Pain Injury (US 17591)
Day 2 - Health & Safety Committees (US 19340)


$495 per student