Health & Safety Training & Inductions
Safesmart Solutions professionals are qualified in Certificate IV Training & Assessment.

Health & Safety Induction Training - Employers have a general obligation to provide their workers and contractors with training in internal policies, procedures and practices. Health & Safety induction training not only ensures your employees understand their responsibility to conduct work in a safe manner, but also defines the employer’s responsibility to establish and maintain a safe work environment.

Risk Management Training - The identification, assessment and control of workplace risks is the basis of any risk management process. Risk Management Training is designed to give your employees and supervisors the skills they require to identify, assess, and control Health and Safety hazards.

Risk Management training can be tailored to the needs of your business and may include instruction about how to develop and use assessment tools such as Jobs Safety Analysis, Safe Work Method Statements, Plant Risk Assessments, and Manual Handling Risk Assessments.

Manual Handling Training - Manual handling accounts for more workplace injuries than any other source. Effective Manual Handling training is an essential aspect of any manual handling risk management system. Understanding the legal requirements for identifying manual handling activities, the body’s anatomy & biomechanics, safe lifting principles and transfers are all part of our customised training package.

Our manual handling training course can be tailored to suit the needs of your business.

Accident & Incident Investigation – Accidents and incidents in the workplace are an unfortunate result of something going wrong. To ensure your business identifies the ‘Root Cause’ of any accident or incident and the actions required to guarantee it doesn’t happen again, your employees need to understand how to conduct a systematic investigation of the event.

This training includes:

1. How to conduct a ‘Root Cause Analysis’
2. Information gathering techniques
3. Incident report writing
4. How to identify appropriate control measures and recommendations for improvement.
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