Workplace Health and Safety Requirements

POA

Purpose

At the successful completion of this course a trainee will be able to: identify and describe legislative rights and responsibilities for workplace health and safety; describe the systems approach to workplace health and safety; and explain how hazards are defined in the HSW Act.

Course Objectives

Theory lessons covering the following:

  • Responsibilities of employers under the HSW Act are identified and described.
  • Responsibilities and rights of employees under the HSW Act are identified and described.
  • Describe the systems approach to workplace health and safety.
  • The hierarchy of hazard management controls is described in terms of eliminating and minimising hazards
  • Explain how hazards are defined in the HSW Act.

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

  • if required
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Description

Four Hours

Attendance Numbers:
Minimum: 8
Maximum: 15

NZQA Unit Standard

497
Demonstrate knowledge of workplace health and safety requirements.