WHS for Business & Organisations

Work Health & Safety for Business and Organisations.

Work health and safety (WHS) is a key management responsibility for every business & organisation, large or small. South Australia’s WHS laws took effect on 1 January 2013 and as an operator, owner or manager, you are responsible for;

 

  • Making your business safe
  • Ensuring WHS is part of your business planning, operations and strategy

Work health and safety (WHS) is a key management responsibility for every business & organisation, large or small. South Australia’s WHS laws took effect on 1 January 2013 and as an operator, owner or manager, you are responsible for;

  • Making your business safe
  • Ensuring WHS is part of your business planning, operations and strategy

Book NOW for our course starting in March 2014

So what are your obligations for business?

Well, the following gives you an overview of what you are meant to have in place.

  • Setting up a Safe Workplace
  • Consulting
  • Managing hazards
  • Informing, training and supervising
  • Maintaining a safe workplace
  • Keeping records
  • Monitoring, reviewing and improving

If you are not doing these 7 steps, you are at risk of being in breach of the WHS Act. And could be fined $$$. Don’t be one of them. Invest in your business today and protect yourself, your staff and your future.

BSB41412 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety

Enrolments Open

Delivery & Assessment: Training is delivered in a blended learning environment where RPL is encouraged, online options & face to face workshops available.

Qualification Cost: $3450 (Full Course face to face) includes a Free WHS Textbook for each participant.

Come and learn with others, get ideas, learn online, face to face and by distance. Cost varies based on RPL opportunities. Full course face to face $3450. Part payments available. Text book included.

Venue: 17 Beach Road, Christies Beach SA 5165
Starting: 9:00 AM
Thursday 17th October 2013
Ending: 4:00 PM
Phone Enquiries: 0881863600
Email Enquiries: kirra@albrightonconsulting.com.au