CERTIFICATE IV COURSES
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION INFO
TRAINING & ASSESSING INFO
Depending on the role and level, WHS people may be called upon to carry out some of the following duties-
- Facilitating learning, facilitating problem solving groups and learning needs analysis.
- Developing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating WHS Management Systems and associated operational and strategic WHS Management Plans.
- Leading WHS project teams / Development of focused, succinct WHS policy and procedure.
- Incident investigation, report writing, researching WHS issues, compensation and rehabilitation management.
- Interpreting, giving advice on, facilitating learning and checking compliance with safety legislation.
- Managing human resource issues, E.A.P. and counseling issues.
- Carrying out audits and inspections / acting in a customer service role.
- Supervising other WHS staff, safety committees and safety reps.
- Managing downwards, sideways and downwards.
- Incorporating WHS into quality systems, risk management, in particular risk assessment.
- Prioritising, planning and organising work.
- Facilitating communications and interpersonal issues, using computers, managing contractor safety and giving advice in relation to personal protective equipment and chemical management.
- Basic industrial hygiene.
- Audiometric testing and giving advice on noise and vibration issues.
- Coaching and mentoring others, benchmarking and influencing the culture.
- Developing safety leadership management plans and influencing leaders on safety leadership.
- Marketing the WHS message.
- Developing safe working procedures.
- Acting as the corporate WHS conscience.
- Safety data analysis and reporting.