Safety comes first, always. Workplace health and safety or WHS aims to promote and secure the safety and health of people at work by removing, reducing or controlling hazards in the workplace. Whether you are an employer or employee, you have a duty of care and responsibility for safety. Learn all about the explicit principles of WHS through our Workplace Health & Safety courses.
Do you assist with WHS in your organisation or are you looking to start a career in safety? The Certificate III in WHS will help you to secure a job in the occupational health and safety field in either the private or public sector. The qualification is suitable for people who take on work health and safety (WHS) responsibilities in addition to their main role. Work health and safety duties range from compliance and claims management through to introducing environmentally sustainable work practices.
If you have a high level of industry experience and feel confident working with occupational health and safety, this course will certainly fulfil your needs. The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety is the minimum requirement for health and safety practitioners in the workplace. Attain this valuable qualification that can be utilised in a range of new employment opportunities. Our course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to comply with WHS legislation, identify and assess risks, implement WHS consultation and participation processes and management systems, contribute to worker health and wellbeing, undertake project work and show leadership in the workplace.
The Diploma of Work Health and Safety (WHS) concerns the identification, assessment and control of conditions in the work environment that are harmful to the health and safety of people in all occupations. It covers the prevention of accidents, injuries, ill health and the rehabilitation of injured workers. Students will study the functions of policy development, compensation, rehabilitation, the OHS/WHS Act and its regulations.