1800 429 266

HSR Initial OHS Training Course

5 days

    Aim: HAZCON is delighted to have been working with WorkSafe to roll out the approved HSR Initial OHS Training Course as of 1st November 2016. Version 2.0 of the 5 Day initial course provides HSRs and Deputy HSRs with the information and skills required to successfully exercise their powers under OHS legislation. The course also informs managers, supervisors, Health and Safety Committee members and other employees interested in OHS.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Interpreting the OHS legislative framework and its relationship to the HSR;
      • Identifying key parties and their legislative obligations and duties;
      • Establishing representation in the workplace;
      • Participating in consultation and issue resolution;
      • Representing designated work group members in any OHS risk management process undertaken by the appropriate duty holder(s); and
      • Issuing Provisional Improvement Notice (PIN) and directing cessation of work.

      The revamped course follows the CSAR instructional design model. CSAR is an acronym for the four key learner states which are:

      • Curiosity - "the desire to learn or know about anything"
      • Study - "the application of the mind to the acquisition of knowledge"
      • Activity - "the state of action; doing"
      • Reflection - "the fixing of the thoughts on something; careful deliberation"

      The new course is interactive, activity based and uses the latest video clips from WorkSafe Victoria.

      The vision at WorkSafe Victoria is to see Victorian workders returning home safe every day. WorkSafe regard Health and Safety Representative's (HSR's), together with employers, managers, supervisors and employees as making a vital contribution to making this happen.

      Please note:

      Under Section 67 of the OHS Act 2004 all HSRs and Deputy HSRs are entitled to attend a 'WorkSafe Victoria Approved Initial OHS Training Course' after being elected. The employer is obliged to allow the HSR time off work with pay to attend this course and must pay the costs associated with the HSR attendance.

      This course is one of our publicly run courses. Please refer to our  Public training dates for this course below:

       
      HSR Initial OHS Training Course
       
      Times: 8:30am - 4:30pm.
      Cost: $960 per person (Including GST, comprehensive course notes & catering).
      Dates Location and Course Code Book
      Wednesdays 11th , 18th, 25th October & 1st, 8th November Notting Hill 17-0014 Book
      Thursdays 12th, 19th, 26th October & 2nd, 9th November Geelong 17-0647 Book
      Thursdays 12th, 19th, 26th October & 2nd, 9thNovember Trafalgar 17-0015 FULL
      Thursdays 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th November Notting Hill 17-0016 Book
      Tuesday 14th, 21st, 28th November & 5th, 12th December Trafalgar 17-0017 FULL
      Mondays 30th October & 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th November Trafalgar 17-1201 Book

      Monday 4th December - Friday 8th December

      (20% DISCOUNT)

      Notting Hill 17-1232 Book

      This course can also be run just for you at your workplace.

      If you are interested you can contact us  on 1800 429 266 or via email: training@hazcon.com.au

      Course titles have changed due to WorkSafe's revision of current learning outcomes, however the content of all the HSR training courses still reference the OHS Act 2004 and cover the obligations of key duty holders, HSR powers and entitlements, hazard identification and controls, consultation, issue resolution and PINS/Direction to cease work. If you have any questions regarding these changes please call us on 1800 429 266.

       

       

       

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