Everyone who wants to be officially recognised as a H&S representative in their workplace needs to complete this course. NZ Health and Safety law requires training and recognises the role, the duties and responsibilities of workplace health and safety representatives. This course introduces you to the key elements of effective worker participation and engagement. Learn the key strategies and tools you will need to be an effective representative in your workplace.
How improvements in health and safety link to productivity
Interpreting injury claims information
Measuring what matters
Calculating the costs of workplace injury
Sources of injury information in the workplace
The role of the health and safety representative in promoting improvements in health and safety
The role of the health and safety representative in supporting an injured worker or manager and return to work plans
Your Learning Outcomes:
Develop systems to measure health and safety processes
Identify and report on links to productivity due to improved health and safety practices
Collate and report on various sources of injury information within the workplace
Determine injury causal factors from incident reports and notifiable events and provide detailed feedback to Health and Safety Committee meetings for further action
Promote improvements within your workplace to reduce injury costs
Includes workbook, arrival tea or coffee, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.
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