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Designed for
If you want to move into an OHS practitioner role, or you are responsible for workplace health and safety in your current role, this programme will provide a solid foundation of skills.


Learning content

  • So that you can put effective health and safety strategies, policies and practices in place in your organisation, this programme covers a range of issues:

  • Health and safety plan implementation

  • Hazard management systems development and implementation

  • Incident investigation

  • Health and safety management requirements

  • Auditing health and safety management systems

Learning outcomes

  • Prepare and implement a health and safety plan

  • Manage and control occupational health and safety practice

  • Evaluate occupational health and safety standards

  • Provide management advice and input into health and safety strategies, policies and practices

Duration
Eight days (four x two-days)


Uni​t standards (70 credits)

15189 - Implement a health and safety plan for a workplace
5616 - Develop and implement a hazard management system for a selected business operation
17601 - Produce an occupational health and safety incident investigation
5607 - Implement workplace management health and safety
5608 - Manage workplace management health and safety
5619 - Conduct an occupational health and safety management system audit for a selected business operation

 

Facilitator
Leon Fox

Leon's previous experience includes a role as Division Head of an OHS Consultancy, Injury Prevention Consultant and National Trainer for ACC and Auckland Regional Manager of an industrial labour recruitment company. Leon has broad international experience, having delivered programmes to delegates from a wide range of countries and within business cultures as diverse as those of New Zealand, the USA, Malaysia, Singapore, Germany and Dubai.

Leon’s approach is a mixture of business pragmatism, legislative knowledge and humour laced with a genuine passion for OHS and seeing that people go home safe.

 

This workshop has qualified for the NZTE Capability Development voucher programme. For more information on the NZTE Capability Development voucher programme or to find your local Regional Business Partner please visit nzte.govt.nz | Regional Business Partner Network event reference OSEA540


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