Workplace Health and Safety Foundation



Organisations need to ensure that their staff are compliant with and understand the Health and Safety requirements for the work they do. This course provides trainees with a clear understanding of the health and safety responsibilities of themselves and others. It provides foundational knowledge for further learning in the Health and Safety field.

Course Objectives

Theory and practical lessons covering the following:

  • Health and safety legislation
  • Reporting and documentation requirements
  • Key duties and responsibilities
  • Key roles in worker participation and engagement
  • Risk assessment and its application to a job role
  • Industry good practice
  • Communication practices
  • Workplace Health and Safety culture

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For 10 or more participants, NZ Survivor will have a trainer come to your workplace.

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One & Two Day Courses

ONE: For trainees who are actively using a health and safety system and can provide evidence of current operating procedures e.g. Safe Operating Procedures (SOP), Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and Hazard identification techniques.

TWO: For trainees who are not currently using a health and safety system. This will affect price.

Attendance Numbers:
Minimum: 8
Maximum: 15

NZQA Unit Standard

Describe duties, rights, representation and the regulator in terms of New Zealand health and safety legislation.

Apply health and safety risk assessment to a job role.

Demonstrate knowledge of workplace health and safety culture and practices.