WC Training - Workplace Health and Safety

Workplace Health and Safety (WHS)

Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) is a significant responsibility for CEOs, directors, managers, supervisors and employees. The active involvement of each individual in the workplace is essential for the success of any WHS management program and helps to develop a safety culture in the workplace.

Our WHS courses include:
- The WHS and risk management overview.
- WHS contractor management.
- WorkCover NSW approved Health and Safety Representative (HSR) five day course.
- WorkSafe Victoria approved Health and Safety (HSR) Initial Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) course and a one day HSR refresher course in Victoria.


Our series of specialty courses will help participants manage issues such as bullying and harassment, psychological injuries, drugs, alcohol and fatigue, manual handling and ergonomics in the workplace.

Available courses


WHS and risk management overview (NSW, VIC, WA & TAS)

Fundamentals
Course summary

WHS laws are complicated. This course provides an overview on WHS responsibilities and obligations of employers (now referred to as PCBUs). Topics include:

Who should attend: Recommended for managers and supervisors, senior management, human resources employees, workers compensation employees and new WHS employees.

Cost: Fee waived for Allianz clients.

Prerequisites: N/A

Course offered in: NSW, Vic, WA & Tas

ANZIIF CIP points: 5.5 points


Initial Health and Safety Representative training (NSW)

Five day course (WorkCover NSW course)
Fundamentals
Course summary

This comprehensive five day course will provide an understanding of the key workplace health and safety practices and principles. The course is endorsed by WorkCover NSW and facilitated by a WorkCover NSW Approved Training Provider.

Topics include:

Who should attend: Recommended for elected health and safety representatives, managers, supervisors and health and safety committee members. If you have completed the former four day WorkCover NSW course in WHS consultation you can attend the one day gap training.

Cost: $750 for Allianz clients.

Note: A cancellation fee applies to this course.

Prerequisites: N/A

Course offered in: NSW

ANZIIF CIP points: 12 points


Health and Safety Representative (HSR) Initial Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) training course (VIC)

(WorkSafe Vic approved)
Fundamentals
Course summary

This five day WorkSafe approved training course will provide HSRs and Deputy HSRs with the knowledge, skills and confidence to represent members of their work group and make their workplace safer.

An elected HSR (and deputies) are entitled to attend a WorkSafe Victoria approved HSR Initial OHS training course chosen by the HSR in consultation with the employer (Sec 67 of the OH&S Act 2004). Employers must allow paid time off to attend the training and pay for the course and any other costs associated with the course.

Course learning objectives:

Who should attend: Recommended for health and safety representatives (HSRs) and deputy health and safety representatives. It would also be suitable for managers and supervisors who have an interest in the role of HSRs.

Cost: $750 for Allianz clients ($850 for Warrnambool and Bendigo courses).

Note: A cancellation fee applies to this course.

Prerequisites: N/A

Course offered in: VIC

ANZIIF CIP points: 12 points


HSR OHS Refresher training course (VIC)

(WorkSafe Vic approved)
Fundamentals
Course summary

This WorkSafe approved one day course is designed to refresh the knowledge and skills Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) require to carry out their role.

Once HSRs (and deputies) have completed the initial course (Sec 67 OH&S Act 2004) they are entitled to attend a refresher training course at least every 12 months. Employers must allow paid time off to attend the training and pay for the course and any other costs associated with the course

The course covers any or all of the learning objectives from the HSR Initial Training Course with a focus on the following:

Who should attend: Recommended for Health and Safety representatives (HSRs), and deputy HSRs who have previously attended the HSR Initial OHS Course. It is also suitable for managers and supervisors with an interest in the role of HSRs.

Cost: $250 for Allianz clients.

Note: A cancellation fee applies to this course.

Prerequisites: Completion of the five day initial WHS course.

Course offered in: VIC


Workplace risk assessment

Fundamentals
Course summary

This course explains how to undertake a risk assessment and carefully examine what in the workplace, can cause harm to people. It will also provide a systematic approach to completing a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and how to identify, assess and control hazards associated with specific duties.

Who should attend: Recommended for managers, supervisors, workers compensation employees and new Workplace Health and Safety employees.

Cost: Fee waived for Allianz clients.

Prerequisites: N/A

Course offered in: WA and Tas


WHS and Workers Compensation contractor management

Fundamentals
Course summary

This course explains how to effectively manage the WHS of labour hire personnel, independent contractors and sub-contractors.

Topics include:

Who should attend: Recommended for RTW coordinators, WHS managers, supervisors and managers.

Cost: Fee waived for Allianz clients.

Prerequisites: Prior completion of Allianz’s WHS and Risk management overview or Workplace Health and Safety consultation courses is preferred.

Course offered in: NSW and Vic

ANZIIF CIP points: 3.5 points


Incident investigation

Fundamentals
Course summary

This course explains incident investigations, reporting, notification obligations and prevention strategies in the workplace.

Topics include:

Who should attend: Recommended for RTW coordinators, WHS managers, supervisors and managers.

Cost: Fee waived for Allianz clients.

Prerequisites: Prior attendance at Allianz’s WHS and Risk management overview is recommended however not essential.

Course offered in: NSW and Vic

ANZIIF CIP points: 2 points


OHS for managers and supervisors in the health industry

Fundamentals
Course summary

The objective of this course is for managers and supervisors to develop the knowledge and skills they require to fulfil their duties and responsibilities under OHS legislation, with a focus on the key OHS risks to the health sector. The course will cover:

Who should attend: Recommended for any manager or supervisor wanting to understand their OHS roles and responsibilities.

Cost: $180 for Allianz clients

Prerequisites: N/A

Course offered in: Vic


OHS for managers and supervisors

Fundamentals
Course summary

This course will provide managers and supervisors with the knowledge and skills required to fulfil their duties and responsibilities under OHS legislation. Topics include:

Who should attend: Recommended for managers and supervisors in the health industry wanting to understand their OHS roles and responsibilities.

Cost: $180 for Allianz clients

Prerequisites: N/A

Course offered in: Vic


Return to work barriers: Understanding pain

Fundamentals
Course summary

This course will explain pain, pain management, and how pain can negatively impact a workers compensation claim. Topics include:

Who should attend: Recommend for managers, supervisors, RTW coordinators, HR staff, and anyone involved in the return to work process, or who commonly deals with injured workers (both compensable and non-compensable).

Cost: Fee waived for Allianz clients

Prerequisites: N/A

Course offered in: NSW






Our Cancellation Policy
Please note: Allianz reserves the right to cancel any course if only minimal bookings are made. Clients will be advised of cancellations at least 1 week prior to the start of the course.
Should you be unable to attend a course which incurs a fee, a substitute is always welcome at no extra charge. Alternatively, a full refund will be made if cancellations are received in writing (via letter, fax or email) at least 5 business days prior to the session. No refunds can be made if a booking is cancelled less than 5 business days prior to course commencement or the participant fails to attend.