1800 429 266

OHS/ WHS Regulations - Your Role as a Supervisor

Duration: 4 hours

Aim: The aim of this course is to refresh Managers' and Supervisors' knowledge of the regulatory requirements in their jurisdiction to give them the information they need to assist with compliance and continual improvement.

The role of both Managers and Supervisors is to ensure that the workplace, workers/employees and contractors are managed in compliance with the PCBU/employer's duty to provide a safe workplace.

Key Areas Covered OHS Regulations:

  • Structure of the Regulations
  • General Duties and Issue Resolution
  • Obligations for Specific Hazards
  • High Risk Work
  • Asbestos
  • Hazardous Industries - Construction
  • Licensing and Registration

Key Areas Covered WHS Regulations (for your jurisdiction)

  • Representation and participation
  • Managing risks and general workplace management
  • Hazardous work (noise/ hazardous manual tasks/ confined space/ falls/ demolition work/ electrical safety and energised electrical work/ diving work/ licensing
  • Plant and structures
  • Construction work
  • Hazardous chemicals
  • Asbestos
  • Major hazard facilities
  • Mines

Target Audience: Managers, Supervisors and anyone wishing to obtain a greater understanding of the OHS/WHS Regulations in their jurisdiction.

This HSE training course is not currently available in HAZCON's public training schedule. This course can be conducted 'in house' at your company's premises or at HAZCON's specialised training facilities in Trafalgar or Notting Hill.

We will be happy to discuss your requirements and prepare a quote for you.

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

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