If you are considering accreditation by the Federal Safety Commission, we are familiar with the training requirements required for Federal Safety Commission audit.
We offer the following 4 point package in order to assist you to meet the audit requirements.
This includes the following units:
These units meet various obligations specified in the audit document.
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to plan, conduct and report on investigations of work health and safety (WHS) incidents that have resulted in, or have the potential to result in, injury or damage. This unit applies to individuals required to investigate incidents in relation to prevention of future incidents. We have heard that some auditors specifically require investigators to hold this unit in order to meet the requirements of point WH15.2 of the audit document.
This is required by point WH12.2 on the audit document. Whilst the generic processes are covered in the above units, we do spend some time looking at the requirements of your own unique documents. This is an audit requirement. We will also issue you a separate certificate stating that you have completed this training.
Point FP1.3 of the audit document requires "the company to define the process to make sure senior managers, site manager s and supervisors are trained in their WHS legal duties and the company’s WHS management system requirements, relevant to the role". Your certificate will specifically state that participants have received training in Workplace WHS Responsibilities and Due Diligence. During this session we discuss the role of various stakeholders, including officers in the workplace. We can offer this course as a separate session, so that Senior Managers don't need to complete the entire course.
We facilitate this training course in your own Workplace.
As the price is influenced by your location within Australia, as well as the number of participants, please contact us for pricing.