3 day program or each program can be purchased as a stand-alone)
Health and Safety Committee training (3 day course) has been specifically designed and developed to skill up Health Safety Committee members to function well and assist your business in developing and or enhancing a positive pro-active safety culture to ensure everyone’s safety in the workplace.
The purpose of the Client Incident Investigation workshop is to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to conduct a thorough and comprehensive incident investigation, this will allow the participants to develop an understanding of the contributing factors, root cause of the incident.
Throughout the workshop participants will develop an understanding of the client incident investigation formal process of collecting information to ascertain the facts relating to an incident, which may inform any subsequent criminal, civil penalty, disciplinary or administrative sanctions.
(Working Safely in Private Dwellings and “External” Locations)
This interactive workshop has been developed to discuss and develop an understand of the delicate balance between various legislations obligations within a workplace and the WHS Act. This workshop will allow participants to explore what is “so far as is reasonably practicable” and weigh up risks in providing a service directly or indirectly within a controlled environment, a person’s home and a community setting.
During the workshop a range of resource tools will be reviewed which incorporates early intervention, strengthening your safety culture, and embracing the premise that WHS is a shared responsibility.
The purpose of this Incident Investigation Training is to provide employers a systems approach to assist them to identify and control the underlaying or root cause of all incidents in order to prevent their recurrence.
Investigating a worksite incident— a fatality, injury, illness, or near miss provides employers and workers the opportunity to identify hazards and develop an understand of their workplace culture. The training session will also assist the workplace to identify and implement the corrective actions necessary to prevent future incidents.
Incident investigations that focus on identifying and correcting root causes, not on finding fault or blame, also improve workplace morale and increase productivity, by demonstrating an employer’s commitment to a safe and healthful workplace.
This Program can be customised to suit Frontline staff or Managers
WHS Risk management is a key component of a successful safety management system, required to assess the risks associated with identified hazards, and to develop and implement effective controls. Within a workplace, risk management is defined as the process of identifying, monitoring and managing potential risks in order to minimise the negative impact they may have on an organisation.
This interactive workshop has been developed to assist you to develop and implement a comprehensive manual handling system which is innovative, pro-active, and inclusive and which will assist you in preventing manual handling injuries occurring to your most valuable resource, your staff.
BTG’s manual handling program specifically targets and educates staff and supervisors in addressing all identified manual handling risks and implementing effective risk controls measures to eliminate or reduce manual handling risks within the work environment.
The safety of all workers needs to be one of an organisation’s core values and it must be considered a major priority. The staff you work with or supervise need to be part of the actively involved approach in the area of safety management and responsible for seeing and managing risks in the workplace.
Safety culture is a term often used to describe the way in which safety is managed in the workplace, and often reflects “the attitudes, beliefs, perceptions and values that employees share in relation to safety”. Adopting a safety culture approach and demonstrating strong leadership qualities will assist you to shift safety from priority to value, increase personal responsibility and commitment for safety by your staff and assist to build positive attitudes.
This interactive workshop provides you with fundamental knowledge and understanding of how to control the spread of infection in avariety of settings. As part of your risk management approach – we would discuss the importance of risk control systems to assist you with infection control i.e.: Safe Operating Procedures (SOP) that are essential to risk control, provides evidence that safe systems and procedures have been identified and developed, they assist to ensure appropriate information has been provided to workers. We customise the package to suit your workplace and the clients you support.
Workplace bullying and harassment places your staff’s health, safety and well being at risk and may lead to psychological and/or physical injury and also contribute to other injuries occurring. Bullying and harassment often continues unchecked, as people don’t want to talk about it. Bullies come in all shapes and sizes; they can be men or women, managers, supervisors, colleagues or carer/family members.
This workshop specifically addresses what is and is not bullying behaviours. We also focus on what constitutes harassment and the impact it has on individuals and on the workplace. We will also explore leadership styles, which can assist in improving your workplace culture and relationships, and how you can work towards developing an improved pro-active safety culture.
Organisation need to be committed to ensuring that any person or organisation using a service or affected by a services operations has the right to lodge a complaint or to appeal a decision of the organisation and to have their concerns addressed in ways that ensure access and equity, fairness, accountability and transparency. This workshop will assist workers to develop strategies to respond to complaint and work towards resolution.
The Community Services (Complaints, Reviews & Monitoring) Act 1993 (CS-CRAMA) applies to all government and non-government community services provided, funded, licensed or authorised by government community services.