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Safety for Supervisors or Managers Training held by OH&S Consulting Perth, Western Australia

Safety for Supervision Training

Course Duration:

1 Day


Course Location: 

All OH&S Consulting training is performed face to face at your premises or a Training Venue can be arranged (at an additional fee).


Course Intention: 

This course is intended to brief management on their safety and health responsibilities and align the corporate safety and health goals with the overall goals of the organisation. It will enable management to effectively contribute to the health and safety needs of their staff in their areas of responsibility and ensure that they have an intimate
understanding of the managerial requirements not only from a legislative viewpoint but also from a company perspective to effectively manage their daily operations.


All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance.

Learning Objectives & Outcomes: 

Upon completion of this course participants should be able to:

  • Be familiarised with the company’s Health and Safety Policy and the implications it has on their business operations.

  • Have a sound understanding of their specific duties and obligations under the Regulations governing the workplace.

  • Link the review of activity plans to process implementation with emphasis on OSH planning.

  • Hazard management (induction, hazard reporting, assessment, control and register).

  • Consultative mechanisms.

  • Incident reporting and investigation.

  • Management of contractors (policy, procedure, pre-qualification process).


Course Contents: 

  • Introduction and Company vision for OSH.

  • The Company Safety, Health and Environment Policy (what does it really mean and how it sets the standard for all further policies, plans and procedures).

  • Implications of the Act and Regulations on OSH processes.

  • The organisation’s Safety Management System (how does the system work,

  • emphasis on leadership and commitment).

  • Hazard Management (risk assessment, hazard register, hazard reporting,

  • inductions, inspections and audit and review, management of change).

  • Consultation (the role of safety committees and representatives, issue

  • resolution, information flow).

  • Incident Investigation (emphasis on closing the loop, disseminating learning points, need for different levels of investigation and familiarisation with incident reporting/investigation procedure).

  • Management of Contractors (Policy for the management of contractors, procedure to use when hiring contractors for short term projects, contractor pre-qualification process).

  • Occupational Safety & Health Plans (their role in planning for risk management activities). What to do with the current OSH/Activity plans. Establishing training needs from reviewing Safety Management System components - Training Needs Analysis.



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