This Level 1 course is an introductory course for those Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) who have not received any prior training and should be undertaken in the first year of their 3 year term of office. Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) and Deputy Health and Safety Representatives (DHSRs) are entitled to attend this course of training which is approved by the SafeWork SA Advisory Committee. Without this course a HSR or DHSR cannot issue a Provisional Improvement Notice (PIN).
The course aims to:-
- Help the HSR consult with the person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) on behalf of the work group about compliance with the requirements of the Act.
- Learners will gain knowledge and understanding of the roles, duties and responsibilities for workplace health and safety under the Act.
- Ensure learners gain an appreciation of the importance of appropriate worker and PCBU attitudes to work health & safety by exploring workplace culture will be explored.
- Ensure HSRs and DHSRs are familiar with the risk management process.
- Give participants the skills to make a case for positive workplace change to senior management.
$990 (inc GST)
- continuous coffee, tea and morning tea are provided at sessions
- course learning materials
- certification upon successful completion
- there are many quality food vendors within 1-2 min walk for you to purchase your lunch, or you are welcome to bring your own lunch if you wish
Please contact the Workplace Consultation Program (SafeWork SA) on 1300 365 255 to determine if you are eligible for any subsidies.
The training is delivered face-to-face in a classroom based learning environment. The duration of training is over a 5 day period, each day from 9am – 4.30pm.
The training may be scheduled over 5 consecutive days or a block of 3 days in one week and 2 days in another.
For in-house/group bookings the course can be delivered at a client’s premises.
- Introduction to work, health & safety
- Work Health and safety legislation duties and roles
- Using the WHS Regulations
- Perform the functions and exercise the powers of a health and safety representative
- Risk management
- Incident Investigation
- Role of health and safety committees
- Consultation and conflict resolution
- Research, prepare and present a case on an work health safety issue
Location & Dates
- Adelaide – 27, 28, 29 August & 13, 14 September 2018
- Adelaide – 8, 9, 10, 18 & 19 October 2018
Please note: all sessions are from 9:00am – 4:30pm
ASC Training & Development
Level 2, 5 Leigh Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000
Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) play a pivotal role in keeping South Australian workplaces safe. By representing workers in their work group, HSRs provide a means for workers to raise safety issues within their workplace, and follow a process with employers to resolve them.
What our clients say
“The best things about this session were the clear timetable and the facilitator kept on track.”
Clear and easy to follow content. Facilitator easy to listen too and knowledgeable. Lovely, comfortable environment.Melanie Kaehne
“Great lecturer and great group of people in the course.”
Ruth covered all topics of interest but still made it fun for us.Matt Setchell
“The best thing about this session was Ruth’s knowledge who kept it interesting.”
Also the relatable content to my workplace.Lyndon Gordon
“The best things about the session were learning about all things WHS and applying this information to my workplace.”
Juanita was fantastic, very accommodating and passionate about all things WHS.Tiana Capponi – Adelaide Festival Centre
“Lewis brings a wealth of knowledge & experience to the course.”
The best things about this course were Lewis’s relevant examples to emphasise important points.Jeff Edwards
“Facilitator was flexible and informative. Had good use of real life examples.”
Very inclusive of individual ideas and opinions. Thank you Lewis for providing a very interesting 5 day course.Dale Dalton
“I have learnt so much more than anticipated and it has helped tie in a lot of my responsibilities at work.”
It helped to put case studies together with back up which resulted in solutions to be implemented.Taeleen Janiak
Learning about the work health and safety legislation and how it relates directly to the my nursing occupation/workplace.Angus Lloyd
“I really enjoyed the course and feel more educated / supported enough to fill my role as HSR.”
The sessions were informal & there was a laugh which calmed my nerves assisting me to learn. Ruth was awesome!Chantal McGrath