Be a WHS Leader in the workplace. Are you 100% certain you understand your responsibilities in your WHS Officer role? Are you a WHS Officer looking for a refresher to keep your information up to date? Do you have questions you’d like to ask our WHS expert? Avoid large fines by understanding your roles and responsibilities!
Under the new WHS Act the role of the WHS Officer has changed significantly. They are no longer appointed but are defined by their role to make or participate in decisions that affect the business. There is no opting out or delegation of the role of the Officer and penalties for non-compliance have been altered significantly.
This 2.5 hour interactive workshop will provide up to date information and an opportunity to ask specific questions. It includes practical and easy to use checklists and templates.
$199 inc GST
- highly skilled facilitators with extensive experience
- all learning materials
- continuous coffee, tea and morning tea are provided at sessions
- Certificate of Attendance
- 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
What do You Believe are the Leadership Keys to Good Safety Management?
Healthy companies need healthy happy workers. It’s better to act and react – control hazards proactively in the workplace. Safety is 24/7 and as a WHS Officer in the workplace, it’s your responsibility to show leadership in these areas.
This session explores your legislative duty as well as the responsibilities of the PCBU and others.
Methods of showing and verifying due diligence will be workshopped.
For in-house/group bookings the course can be delivered at a client’s premises.
This workshop will cover:
- How the role of the Officer is defined by the WHS Act and who it applies to
- The role of the Officer and the responsibilities and duties required for compliance
- Specific WHS information that officers may require for their roles
- WHS legislative framework
- Legislative update
- Keeping everyone informed and participating
- Learn from mistakes – ours and others
- Compliance gap analysis
- Strategies to address and embed compliance gaps
- How to verify you are exercising due diligence
Location & Dates
Course Details and Schedule
- No courses are currently scheduled. Please see below to register your interest.
ASC Training & Development
Level 2, 5 Leigh Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000
Participants will gain a clear understanding of their responsibilities as a WHS Officer and leader in the workplace.
Participants will take away a clear breakdown of current WHS legislation and the impact of this legislation in the workplace. Key roles and responsibilities of Officer are explained and tools provided to manage WHS processes.
Opportunities will be available throughout the workshop to ask specific questions of the WHS Specialist Facilitator.
What our clients say
“I just wanted to say thank you very much for your assistance and help throughout my applicant for RPL, I was very impressed with the level of assistance and the time frame in which I was able to achieve my outcome.”
I have no hesitation in promoting your organisation to anyone within TAFE who requires a similar exercise or any RPL to be achieved in the future.Mondi Karoussis
“The best things about this session were working in groups and interacting with trainer.”
All concerns were discussed and answered.Michael Stevens
“The best things about this session was the face to face delivery as a pose to online.”
Interaction with others.Sheila Howe
“The best things about this session was the presenter created a relaxed environment.”Mick Mullett – Downer Mining
“The best things about this session were the comprehensive overview of requirements.”
Perfect pace and facility.Chris Ginever – Choose Safety
“The best things about this session was friendliness of staff, approach by facilitator, kept us active.”
Great 2 days.L Hext – DTF
“The best thing about this session was they were not boring.”
I really enjoyed the course and learned a lot.Michael de Beer – HKJC
“The best thing about this session was understanding the procedure and guidelines in designing and developing an assessment tool.”Past Participant
“The concept and content of unit was well delivered and understood well by learners.”
Facilitator knew his subject well and sessions were well delivered!Sue Lam – HKJC
“Understood well by learners.”
Very good.Kit Liung – HKJC