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Industry Training NZ Ltd

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Health and Safety Representative Training – Stage 1: Course No 565

Contact: Industry Training NZ Ltd, 03-789-6477

This Health and safety Representative stage two course has been developed as a follow up to Health and Safety stage 1 course. The course aims to provide participants with more detailed knowledge and advanced competencies to apply within the workplace and to enhance their effectiveness as Health and Safety representatives

Participants will develop:

  • Knowledge of the requirements of the Health and Safety in Employment Act and Competency to discharge their duties
  • Enhanced knowledge and skills in hazard identification and risk management
  • The ability to identify and control significant hazards on their worksite with the employer
  • Ability to accurately report, record, and investigate accident information in terms of establishing cause and effect
  • Ability to deal with workers who have work related injuries and assist in their rehabilitation

First approved: 03/04/2007
Reapproved: 02/03/2013

Health and Safety Representative Training – Stage 1 – Course number 584

Contact: Industry Training NZ Ltd 03-789-6477

This two-day course aims to provide participants with the knowledge and core competencies to function in their role as a health and safety representative. The skills the participants will develop are as follows:

  • Critical thinking to interpret facts and situations
  • Communication with others, management, and external agencies
  • Accurate documenting, analysis and reporting of facts/ incidents
  • Acting as an advocate for healthy and safe work practices in the work place.

Competencies developed by participants at the end of the course will include:

  • Knowledge of the requirements of the HSE Act
  • Enhanced knowledge and skills in hazard identification and risk management
  • The ability to identify and control of significant hazards on their work site(s)
  • Communication skills for workplace safety and health issues with the employer
  • Accurate reporting, recording and investigation of accident information in terms of causation
  • Dealing with workers who have work related injuries and the assisting in their rehabilitation.

First approved: 29/07/04
Subsequent approval:18/05/2014

Last updated 17 June 2014