SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE TRAINING COURSE
COURSE NAME:SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE TRAINING COURSE
REQUIREMENTS: Computer and Internet.
ENTRY LEVEL: All levels, basic numeracy and literacy.
MINIMUM TIME: 2 Hours +
PASS RATE: Required 80%, unlimited re-take.
EXAM TYPE: Online QUIZ, True/False and Match.
CERTIFICATE: Instant download on completion.
The Health and Safety Representative Course is the ideal way to ensure that your occupation health representative fully understand their objectives and statutory requirements. Every representative in this field has rights, powers, functions and duties that must be understood and implemented.
This course ensures efficiency and understanding of duties and obligations for this position. Attendees will have a greater understanding of SHE requirements and responsibilities according to the OHS Act. Implementing and monitoring various legislative procedures that promote and manage SHE related incidents, is also taught. Attendees will learn skills to identify.
1. LEGISLATION AND REGULATIONS
INDUCTION – LEGISLATION AND REGULATIONS
GENERAL DUTIES OF THE WORKER
PURPOSE AND SELECTION OF THE OHS COMMITTEE
IMPLEMENTATION OF SAFETY PROCEDURES IN THE WORKPLACE
VARIOUS ACTS – FOR BACKGROUND ONLY
2. IDENTIFY HAZARDS
CONDUCT WORKPLACE INSPECTIONS
IDENTIFY RISK PROFILES
COLOR CODING AND DEMARCATION
3. EVALUATE AND REPORT HAZARDS
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE
THE IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR ROLE
WHAT SHOULD BE LOOKED AT AS THE CAUSE OF AN ACCIDENT?
HOW ARE THE FACTS COLLECTED?
MAKING THE ANALYSIS AND CONCLUSIONS
4. APPLY PREVENTATIVE MEASURES
HAZARD CONTROL PROGRAM
WAYS TO CONTROL A HAZARD
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) AS A HAZARD CONTROL METHODS
HOW DO YOU DESIGN A TRAINING PROGRAM?
WHAT SHOULD YOU REPORT AND INVESTIGATE IN CASE AN ACCIDENT OCCURS?
HOW DO YOU PROMOTE EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT IN HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAMS?
EVACUATIONS PROCEDURES 4.8 EVACUATIONS PROCEDURES
5. GENERAL MANAGEMENT FUNCTION
GENERAL MANAGEMENT FUNCTION
HOW YOUR H&S COMMITTEE WILL WORK
RESOURCES FOR REPRESENTATIVES AND COMMITTEES
PROCEDURE TO FOLLOW IN AN INCIDENT