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WHS Management / Supervisor Training

WHS for Managers and Supervisors training is designed for new managers and supervisors needing to understand workplace health and safety legislation and experienced leaders requiring a refresher.

Have you known someone who hasn’t understood their workplace health and safety responsibilities on promotion to a supervisor or managerial role? HSE Australia’s WHS for Managers and Supervisors training is designed to clarify workplace health and safety roles and responsibilities for managers and supervisors. 

Contact us to arrange WHS training for your managers and supervisors.

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We are proud to announce that all WHS Management & Supervisor Training will now be provided under our new brand
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WHS / OHS Training for Team Leader, Supervisor & Manager

Our qualified and experienced WHS Practitioners have worked across various industries and can customise training to suit your organisation's needs. Participation in the session will offer the opportunity to discuss examples relevant to you and the other participants in the group.

Participants will work through:

  • managers/supervisors roles and responsibilities within the legislation
  • gaining a practical understanding of the WHS Act and Regulations
  • understanding and developing plant and situation risk assessments
  • the four-step process of managing hazards.

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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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