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OHS / WHS Committee Training

HSE Australia’s half-day work health and safety training session focuses on creating and driving effective Health and Safety Committees. Our facilitators integrate your own organisation’s policies and build direction to focus on strategic safety management within your work team.

How many times have you sat through a workplace health and safety meeting that seems to go nowhere and goes over the same ground? 

This training is essential for new teams to build the relationships and rules of engagement necessary to conduct successful, productive meetings and existing health and safety committees that need to refocus on strategy, planning and delivering outcomes.

Contact us to arrange your work health and safety committee training.

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Training for Members of Safety Commitees

Our facilitators deliver sessions across government, industry and the not-for-profit sector. This experience, coupled with their qualifications, ensure that together, your safety committee can regain focus with role clarity, clearly defined responsibilities, and the ability to facilitate action plans to meet organisational safety goals.

All trainings are individually tailored to your needs. Please get in touch for detailed information and a free quote.

OHS / WHS Training for boards, team and and committees.

HSE Australia offers a wide range of workforce training courses such as OHS Committee Training. Get in touch for an individual quote.

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Frequently asked Questions

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What is Work Health and Safety (WHS) or Occupation Health and Safety (OH&S)?

They are the same. The two terms are interchangeable and reflect the words used in some safety regulations in relation to safety and safety compliance in workplaces.

What is the difference between Risk & Hazard

A health risk can be present without someone potentially getting hurt. Only if a person get's exposed to the risk it becomes a potential hazard. Example: A hammer laying on the edge of a scaffolding platform is a risk, however, if someone walks underneath the scaffolding the hammer becomes a hazard.

What are the fees for a course or training?

All our training programs are tailored to our clients needs, the industry they work in and the size of the class. Currently we do not offer training courses to the general public. Please get in touch for an individual quote.

Do you offer group training?

Yes, training is conducted in a webinar setting for up to 10 people. However, we can facilitate for up to 10 people in-house training at one of our office locations. On-site we are experienced to train up to 50 people simultaneously.

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Over the past 15 years we developed the ability to quickly understand and respond to our clients’ needs. We are “solving problems others find difficult…”.
We offer our clients an enviable team of specialists working with associates and other external experts, driving and delivering fit for purpose, tailored single sourced solutions for you.

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