Onsite WHS for Managers and Supervisors Training

 

Overview of the Training

The goal of the onsite WHS for Managers and Supervisors programme is to give managers and supervisors with the information and skills they need to carry out their WHS duties.

Managers, line managers, supervisors, and anybody else who wants to learn more about workplace health and safety.

  • There are no prerequisites
  • Nil Pre-Entry Requirements
  • Nil as a unit of competency
  • 1 day duration
  • Maximum number of students: 20
  • Group Discounts

Structure of the Onsite WHS for Managers and SThe goal of the WHS for Managers and Supervisors programme is to give managers and supervisors with the information and skills they need to carry out their WHS duties. Managers, line managers, supervisors, and anybody else who wants to learn more about workplace health and safety.upervisors

WHS and Training Compliance Solutions will provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and attitude they need to implement solutions to their company's safety concerns.

Overview of the Onsite WHS for Managers and Supervisors Course:

  • The Importance of Safety Performance
  • Framework for Workplace Safety and Health (WHS) and WHS Responsibilities
  • Safety is managed in a comprehensive way.
  • Processes for risk management
  • Management of incidents Consultation
  • Management of contractors
  • Management of Injuries
  • Managerial and supervisory roles in organisational safety culture
  • Competency Units

The goal of the WHS for Managers and Supervisors programme is to give managers and supervisors with the information and skills they need to carry out their WHS duties. Managers, line managers, supervisors, and anybody else who wants to learn more about workplace health and safety.On completion of the course, successful students will get a Certificate of Attendance.

There is no formal assessment as there is no formal evaluation as there is no formal assessment as there is no formal assessment.

After completing our WHS training, participants will be able to:

  • WHS regulations must be interpreted, understood, and applied in the workplace.
  • Understand their duties and responsibilities, as well as the significance of workplace health and safety;
  • Use risk management techniques;
  • Engage in proactive workplace dialogue and communication with all employees;
  • Encourage leadership in the area of safety;
  • Learn about their obligations in the case of an incident, as well as injury and sickness prevention.
  • The need of providing WHS information, teaching, training, assistance, and monitoring is well understood.
  • Improve your knowledge and that of your staff.
  • Set a good example
  • Engage with the workforce.
  • Allocate resources
  • Develop a culture of safety

The Onsite WHS Training programme is offered all around the country.

For a customised onsite WHS training or in-house WHS training of our curriculum, please contact us; we offer group booking discounts.

Onsite WHS Training Benefits for Managers and Supervisors

  • Increase your understanding of WHS.
  • WHS involvement should be increased.
  • Processes for managing health and safety are always being improved.
  • Improve managers' understanding of how to avoid accidents.
  • Participation in plans to improve safety
  • Identifying preventative measures to reduce risks before an accident or incident occurs.
  • Creating a more secure working environment.

Managerial and Supervisorial WHS Responsibilities

The goal of the WHS for Managers and Supervisors programme is to give managers and supervisors with the information and skills they need to carry out their WHS duties. Managers, line managers, supervisors, and anybody else who wants to learn more about workplace health and safety.Managers, supervisors, and team leaders are in charge of improving, managing, assisting, and developing WHS procedures.

Managers must have a greater awareness of their legal position and obligations under the WHS Act, according to these standards. They are the driving force behind workplace health and safety, as well as the dedication needed to put in place effective health and safety management strategies.

Managers and supervisors have several key WHS responsibilities, including:

  • Knowing, understanding, and contributing to their workplace's Health, Well-being, and Safety Strategy;
  • Interpreting, understanding, and applying WHS legislation within the workplace; and
  • Leading by example and demonstrating positive safety leadership.
  • Lead WHS consultation on WHS topics, consult and actively interact with all personnel and their representatives on WHS problems;
  • Actively engage and promote health and safety;
  • Plan, participate in, and supervise on-site inspections.
  • Identify, analyse, control, and monitor hazards within their area of responsibility by gaining knowledge and awareness of safe operating procedures and practises and taking responsibility for their development.
  • Ensure everyone in the firm receives site inductions;
  • Implement suitable risk controls within set time periods, in conjunction with the workforce.
  • Ensure that everyone in the company receives inductions, training, and supervision on the job;
  • Ensure that all WHS policies and procedures are followed;
  • Take part in workplace accident and incident investigations, and ensure that any significant event or dangerous occurrence is reported to the WHS Regulator in a timely manner;
  • Ensure that all plant, equipment, and buildings are in good working order and that records are kept.
Contact us for a free, no-obligation estimate for your onsite WHS training. We provide group discounts to guarantee you receive the expertise you need on time and on budget. Your workplace safety is important to us.

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