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Workplace Health and Safety Level 3

Workplace Health and Safety Level 4

Health and Safety Representative Training – Stage 1

Workplace Health and Safety Practice Continuing Education – Stage 2

Workplace Health and Safety Practice Continuing Education – Stage 3

Workplace Health and Safety Practice Continuing Education – Stage 4

Workplace Health and Safety Level 3

About this programme

The purpose of this qualification is to provide New Zealand workplaces with people who have the foundation health and safety skills and knowledge to meet workplace health and safety requirements and responsibilities associated with their place of employment and will be able to contribute effectively to the wider community.

Modules in this programme

ModuleLevelCredits
30264-Describe duties, rights, representation and the regulator in terms of New Zealand Health and Safety Legislation33
30265-Apply health and safety risk assessment to a job role38
19522-Undertake job safety analysis33
17601-Produce an occupational health and safety incident investigation46
22316-Demonstrate knowledge of the management of drug and alcohol-related problems in the workplace34
17591 -Demonstrate knowledge of the prevention and management of Discomfort, Pain and Injury (DPI) in the workplace38
21337 -Demonstrate knowledge of sleep and sleep management in relation to work performance32
30266 – Demonstrate knowledge of workplace health and safety culture and practices36

What you will learn

Graduates will be able to:
• Apply knowledge of legislative requirements, and workplace health and safety practices to the general workplace environment.
• Apply the requirements for workplace health and safety communication to a job role.
• Apply the principles of health and safety risk assessment to a job role.
• Demonstrate awareness of the benefits of good workplace health and safety practices on themselves, their families, their place of work and wider community.

Qualification Gained

New Zealand Certificate in Workplace Health and Safety Practice (Level 3)

Who should attend

It is targeted at those currently working in industry that hold positions as supervisors, Health and Safety Representatives and are actively involved in the promotion of workplace health and safety. It is also suitable for any employees who hold an old National Certificate in OSH Level 3.

Career Opportunities

•Health & Safety Representatives•Health & Safety Advisor
•Supervisory Role Training ProgressionThis programme leads into the NZ Certificate in Workplace Health & Safety Practice (Level 4) and /or the NZ Certificate in Business (Introduction to Team Leadership) (Level 3) / (First Line Management) (Level 4)Admission InformationAll applicants are required to be employed AND:
•have responsibility for the health and safety of others. OR
•be a trained Health and Safety Representative (HSR) as defined by WorkSafe under HSWA 2015

Workplace Health and Safety Level 4

About this programme

The purpose of this qualification is to provide New Zealand workplaces with people that have the skills and knowledge to promote, monitor and manage health and safety practices and procedures, and a positive health and safety culture in the workplace.

Modules in this programme

ModuleLevelCredits
19521 -Requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 201545
17595 -Health and safety management requirements for contractors (other PCBUs) working on site48
5607 -Implement workplace health and safety management requirements425
5619 -Conduct an occupational health and safety management systems audit415
5616 – Develop and implement a hazard management system410

What you will learn

Graduates will be able to:
•Implement, supervise, monitor, and communicate organisational and job specific health andsafety requirements and practices, for a team in the workplace.
•Utilise leadership skills to promote the benefits of good workplace health and safety practicesand a proactive health and safety culture within a team.
•Apply knowledge of health and safety risk analyses and mitigation strategies for a team in theworkplace.
•Recognise the impact of work-related ill health and injuries on a specific business operation and the wider industry.

Qualification Gained

QUALIFICATION GAINED
New Zealand Certificate in Workplace Health and Safety Practice (Level 4)

Who should attend

It is targeted at those currently working in industry that hold positions as first line managers, safety supervisors/representatives, co-ordinators or team leaders and are actively involved in the practical management of OSH

Career Opportunities

•Health & Safety Advisor
•Health & Safety Manager
•Supervisory Role

Further Training

NZ Certificate in Business (Introduction to Team Leadership) (Level 3) / (First Line Management) (Level 4)

Admission Information

All applicants must have suitable work/industry experience, AND
•have successfully completed New Zealand Certificate in Workplace Health and Safety Practice(Level 3) OR demonstrate equivalent skills and knowledge.

Health and Safety Representative Training – Stage 1

Intention

This training course is designed for representatives to be able to demonstrate an understanding of the overall role and functions of a health and safety representatives (HSR’s) in the workplace.The content has been specifically structured to cover the core elements in the role of the HSR in line with new legislative requirements.

Delivery

This facilitated 1 day (6 hour) course involves interactive sessions where real life industry incidents and examples are used.On successful completion of this course learners will be credited with unit standard 29315 (Level 3 Credits 2)The role & functions of the Health & Safety Representative. This course provides a pathway to a full NZ Certificate in Workplace Health & Safety Practice – Level 3

Health and Safety Representative Training – Stage 2

Intention

This training short course has been designed for Health & Safety representatives, coordinators, managers and other H & S professionals to be used as a continuing education or upskilling event or just to bring your previous knowledge up to date with regard to the new Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and the important changes within the legislation.The content has been specifically structured to cover the new legislative requirements and give a deeper understanding of the assessment of riskand to provide an opportunity for participants to practically apply the skills of risk assessment through the Job Safety /Work Method Statement processes

Delivery

This facilitated 2 day (12 hour in total) course involves interactive sessions where real life industry incidents and examples are used. On successful completion of this course learners will be credited with four unit standards, which in some cases will allow holders of previous National Certificates to obtain the new NZ Certificate in Workplace Health & Safety Practice – Level 3

Health and Safety Representative Training – Stage 3

Intention

This training short course has been designed for Health & Safety representatives, coordinators, managers and other H & S professionals to be used as a continuing education or upskilling event or just to bring your previous knowledge up to date.
The content has been specifically structured to uncover the key health & safety risk factors affecting the workplace today and to give a deeper understanding of the process for investigating incidents. The course will provide an opportunity for participants to practically apply the skills of incident investigationin order to produce an incident report from an investigation carried out in the workplace.

Delivery

This facilitated 2 day (12 hour in total) course involves interactive sessions where real life industry incidents and examples are used.On successful completion of this course learners will be credited with four unit standards, and Learners who have also previosly completed Stage 2 can now be awarded the NZ Certificate in Workplace Health & Safety Practice – Level 3

Health and Safety Representative Training – Stage 4

Intention

This training short course has been designed for Health & Safety representatives, coordinators, managers and other H & S professionals to be used as a continuing education event or as an annual refresher for holders of National Certificate or NZ Certificate in Occupational/ Workplace Health and Safety qualifications.
The content will be specifically structured to bring your knowledge up to date with regard to any important changes within the legislation i.e Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 etcThe course will also cover the key health & safety risk factors affecting the workplace today. When registering for this course please let us know of any particular topic area you would like us to include

Delivery

This facilitated 1 day (6 hour in total) course involves interactive sessions where real life industry incidents and examples are used.

Upcoming health and safety events

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  • Health & Safety Representative - (Continuing Ed) - Stage 2

    This course can be run on demand across the country or delivered on premises at your workplace
    2 day (12 hours)
    $750.00
  • Health & Safety Representative - (Continuing Ed) - Stage 3

    This course can be run on demand across the country or delivered on premises at your workplace
    2 day (12 hour)
    $750.00
  • Health & Safety Representative - (Initial Training) - Stage 1

    This course can be run on demand across the country or delivered on premises at your workplace
    1 day (6 hours)
    $450.00
  • Health & Safety Representative - (Initial Training) - Stage 1

    Virtual training will be run similar to our face-to-face programmes, over webcam, in real time. Learners are able to ask the tutor questions and interact as they would in a standard course.
    1 day
    $300.00
  • Workplace Health & Safety Practice - Level 3

    Public courses are held regularly across the country for a minimum of 10 people. Alternatively it can be delivered at your workplace, please place an enquiry.
    4-days (2 x 2-day workshops)
    $920.00
  • Workplace Health & Safety Practice - Level 3

    Virtual training is available for the above classroom course, and will be run similar to our face-to-face programmes, over webcam, in real time. Learners are able to ask the tutor questions and interact as they would in a standard course. Virtual training requires an ability to view or print paperwork and return it via scanning or mail.
    Multiple sessions
    $640.00
  • Workplace Health & Safety Practice - Level 4

    Public courses are held regularly across the country for a minimum of 10 people. Alternatively it can be delivered at your workplace, please place an enquiry.
    4 days (2 x 2 day workshops)
    $2,650.00
  • Workplace Health & Safety Practice - Level 4

    Virtual training is available for the above classroom course, and will be run similar to our face-to-face programmes, over webcam, in real time. Learners are able to ask the tutor questions and interact as they would in a standard course. Virtual training requires an ability to view or print paperwork and return it via scanning or mail.
    Multiple sessions
    $1,990.00
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