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Employers must ensure that every member of an OH&S Committee and every OH&S Representative undertake Consultation Training. This course satisfies the requirements as stated in the NSW Occupational Health & Safety Regulation 2001.
This course provides participants with:
Knowledge and skills necessary to apply the principals of workplace OH&S consultation as an integral part of an effective OHS&R management system.
Appropriate attitudes to enable OH&S committee members and OH&S representatives to effectively carry out their functions under OH&S legislation.
Nominal course duration:
Four(4) days at Six(6) hours per day, plus breaks.
Workplace health and safety
The role of OH&S consultation
Effective OH&S consultation
Action learning exercise
Summary and conclusion
Attendees will receive a Statement of Training at the conclusion of the course.
Training methods place an emphasis on group discussion, group exercises and the interaction of course participants.
Continuing Professional Development (C.P.D) Points:
On successful completion of the course you are eligible for Continuing Professional Development (C.P.D) Points for the re issuing of your Builder (Contractors) Licence. Application for a Record of Attendance can be made upon Registration with a Letter sent to you after completion of the course.
$530.00 + 10%GST - Total cost = $583.00 per attendee (Price includes morning and afternoon tea).
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This course is presented by WorkCover NSW accredited trainers with many years of industry experience.
New work health and safety (WHS) laws were introduced on 1st January 2012
The WHS laws replaced the existing OH&S laws.
These new laws will be consistent across Australia.
These changes will affect all Australian workplaces with INCREASED PENALTIES(corporations face fines of up to $3 million per offence, while individuals face fines of $600,000 or 5 years in jail.) for non compliance.
What you need to do.
Ensure you have documented safe systems of work in your workplace.