Organisations with an embedded safety culture know that safety is every employee's responsibility.
This course bundle supports managers, and those with informal safety roles (such as a fire warden), to understand and deal with work health and safety matters. It includes three popular courses Health and Safety Leadership, Creating a Safety Culture and Understanding Health and Safety Incident Management.
Health and Safety Leadership
A key part of a leadership role is contributing to the strategies for meeting health and safety responsibilities. As workplace leaders, supervisors and managers are in a position to implement the processes designed to meet the health and safety obligations. To do this effectively supervisors and managers must be “Safety Leaders”.
Creating a Safety Culture
What is a safety culture? A workplace culture that promotes safety places a high level of importance on the beliefs, values and attitudes towards safety issues within the organisation. These values must be shared by most staff and put into practice on a daily basis – when this happens, making safety a priority becomes second nature.
Understanding Health and Safety Incident Management
Organisations are responsible for ensuring workers are provided with a safe working environment across all industries and sectors. Therefore, it is important that staff understand their role in responding to incidents and how they can support a safe working environment and culture.
What You'll Learn
Understand key work health and safety inputs
- A brief history of work health and safety
- Leadership and its role
- Protecting health and safety and consultation
- Hazard identification and risk assessment
- Control measures
- Incident investigation
- Understanding and using useful templates
Develop a workplace culture that values and respects safety
- Methods for identifying hazards and situations that may cause injury or illness
- Tool and practices to help embed the importance of safety awareness in your workplace
- Who’s responsible for safety and monitoring safe practices
- How to develop active contribution from employees to safety practice, policy and procedure
- Identifying risks, risk ratings and risk controls
- Incident reporting
- Responding to emergencies
- Safety signs, symbols and protections
Dealing with incidents in the work environment
- Preparing for incidents: The Emergency plan
- Preparing for incidents: Equipment used in emergencies
- Attending an incident: Initial response
- Attending an incident: First aid
- Attending an incident: Liaising with emergency services
- After an incident: Site integrity
- After an incident: Notification
- After an incident: Debriefin
- Investigating an incident: The investigation team
- Investigating an incident: Investigation scope
- Investigating an incident: Information sources
- Investigating an incident: Investigation techniques
- Finalising an incident: Construct a timeline and creating a report
This Course is Ideal For
- General business unit leaders and supervisors responsible for the health and safety of individuals and teams
- Those who hold informal safety roles in an organisation such as fire wardens
- HR business partners and those who manage staff performing high-risk roles
Staff Training Solutions
Looking to address conflict management and resolution in your workforce? This course can be tailored for either group online delivery or facilitated face-to-face onsite at your premises.
Talk to us about tailoring content to address your specific workforce needs and preferred rates for corporate clients. Email email@example.com or phone 1300 549 190.