Health and Safety Representative (HSR)
A Health and Safety Representative (HSR) is a person who has been elected to represent a workgroup within an organisation. The HSR will monitor safety measures, investigate complaints and inquire into risk to the Health and Safety of relevant workers. There are additional powers that a HSR can exercise upon receiving the 5 day training course:
- Direct unsafe work to cease when necessary.
- Issuing of provisional improvement notice when necessary.
Participants will be trained to meet the requirement of the WHS legislation and become equipped to perform an active and competent role as a HSR in the workplace. This is a 5-day training which is offered either 1 day per week for 5 weeks in total or 5 consecutive days. We can offer this course on-site if required.
We are approved to deliver this training by Work Cover NSW.
Interpreting WHS Legislation in the workplace
- WHS Legislation
- WHS Responsibilities
- WHS Requirements
Health and Safety Representative (HSR) in the workplace
- The role of the HSR
- Systems, tools and resources
- Safe Work Methods Statements (SWMS)
- WHS Risk management
Effective Consultation in the workplace
- Strategies, skills and effective communication
- Negotiation and issue resolution
- Monitoring work health and safety
- Issuing a Provisional Improvement Notice (PIN)
- Direction to cease unsafe work
Duration: 5 Days
Time: 8:30am -4:00pm
Cost: $1100 per person negoitiable for groups
How to Enrol:
Phone (02) 4262 7072 to secure your booking.