Work Health and Safety, Environment and Quality

Our consulting charge out rate for training is *$95/hour

The different types of Work Health and Safety training we are able to provide include:

  • Emergency Plan/Evacuation Training;
  • Induction Training;
  • Management System Training;
  • Roles and Responsibility Training based on Internal Management System;
  • Incident Investigation (this training is based on company’s internal processes and is not an accredited course);
  • General Awareness Training in Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Assurance.

*A reduced rate applies for all fixed or short term contracts and ongoing support projects.

Please contact us for further details on how our OHS Training packages can help your Business

Emergency Plan/Evacuation
  • Wardens responsibility and accountability in the event of an incident/emergency situation;
  • Workers responsibly and accountability in the event of an incident/emergency situation;
  • How to respond in the event of an incident/emergency situation;
  • Assembly areas on site and importance of ensuring everyone remains in the assembly area;
  • Extra precautions to be taken in the event of fire, explosion and/or release of dangerous chemicals.
Induction Training
  • Overview of Legislative Requirements;
  • Company Policies E.g. Health and Safety Policy, Environmental Policy,Smoking Policy etc;
  • Roles and responsibilities;
  • Injury and Incident Reporting;
  • Hazard Reporting;
  • Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) and Safe Work Procedures (SWP)
  • Emergency Process;
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) site requirements;
  • Understanding and Avoiding Fatigue;
  • Manual Handling Techniques etc.
Incident Investigation
  • Suppling of resources/people to investigate and the formation of a team;
  • Stabilising the incident scene;
  • Collecting evidence (this could be photos, breathalyser samples etc.);
  • Determining sequence of events;
  • Determination of contributing factors such as people, equipment, environment and systematic;
  • By reviewing the contributing factors determine the root cause.

*Note this is conducted using the companies internal investigation procedures