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.
The four steps for risk management: identification, assess risk, control risk and review control measures. With the simple four step method of risk management you can perform all four steps in a single task.
Section 19 of the WHS Act of NSW (2011) (Primary Duty of Care to provide a safe workplace) is strongly emphasised during role-plays, and problem-solving techniques using case studies within the training session.
Participants on successful completion of this workshop will:
- Describe the key elements of WHS Risk Management;
- Explain the importance of a pro-active approach vs reactive to risk management;
- Explain the process for identifying hazards and incidents in the workplace;
- Describe the process of risk assessment;
- Identify the steps for controlling and monitoring risks;
- Explain the steps of an effective Work Health Safety & Injury Management System;
- Develop an understanding of a Safety Culture approach in addressing risks within the workplace.
FACILITATOR: Robert has experience in community programs, risk management, injury management and has incorporated his extensive skills into this program which will further strengthen the learning outcomes for all participants. Rob is also an approved training provider by SafeWork NSW and a qualified assessor and trainer.
We do travel outside Hunter & Central Coast area so please contact BTG to discuss.....