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» Workplace Health and Safety (Australian Compliance) Series

WHS Responsibilities

This course is an overview of the Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) responsibilities of employers and employees in all workplaces. The course discusses systems of work that show employees how to work safely, the basic workplace facilities that must be provided by every employer, and employee responsibilities to promote and maintain health and safety in the workplace.

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Hazard Management

This course is an introduction to hazard management. Managing hazards effectively is the key to successful WHS. The course discusses the four steps of hazard management, methods to monitor and review hazards, and processes to identify hazards, assess risks and use the hierarchy of controls in the workplace.

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Manual Handling

This course shows how to reduce the risks of manual handling. Manual handling injuries are the most common injuries suffered by workers across all workplaces in all industries. The course discusses the definition of manual handling, and the identification, assessment and control of manual handling hazards. The manual handling techniques of safe lifting and office ergonomics are also covered.

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Emergency Procedures

This course provides an overview of emergency procedures. A crucial element of WHS is being able to quickly and decisively respond to an emergency that threatens the safety of people, property or the environment. The course discusses how to take action in the event of a fire, and how to follow evacuation procedures, bomb threat procedures and first aid procedures.

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Consultation and Issue Resolution

This course explains WHS consultation and issue resolution, which provides opportunities to change workplace procedures that impact on health and safety. The course discusses methods of consultation, the issue resolution procedure, and the roles of health and safety representatives and committees in the workplace.

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Bullying in the Workplace

This course shows how to identify and deal with bullying in the workplace. Workplace bullying is a serious health and safety hazard that adversely affects individuals and their families, and the efficient functioning of organisations. The course discusses the sources and effects of bullying, methods to report bullying, and complaints principles and processes in the workplace.

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Hazardous Substances

This course explains what a hazardous substance is, and how hazardous substances must be handled in the workplace. The course discusses forms and examples of hazardous substances, routes of exposure to hazardous substances and health effects, proper use of Material Safety Data Sheets, and the use of labelling to prevent exposure to hazardous substances in the workplace.

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» Workplace Health and Safety (Australian Compliance)
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