Safety Skills for Non-Safety Managers Course Bundle
Three online self-paced courses | 3-5 hours to complete each course
Organisations with an embedded safety culture know that safety is every employee's responsibility. This skill set supports managers, and those with informal safety roles (such asfire warden), to understand and deal with work health and safety matters.
Course 1: Health and Safety Leadership
A key part of a leadership role is contributing to the strategies for meeting health and safety responsibilities. As workplace leaders, supervisors and managers are in a position to implement the processes designed to meet the health and safety obligations. To do this effectively supervisors and managers must be “Safety Leaders”.
Course 2: Creating a Safety Culture
What is a safety culture? A workplace culture that promotes the safety places a high level of importance on the beliefs, values and attitudes towards safety issues within the organisation. These values must be shared by most staff and put into practice on a daily basis – when this happens, making safety a priority becomes second nature.
Course 3: Understanding Health and Safety Incident Management
Organisations are responsible for ensuring workers are provided with a safe working environment across all industries and sectors. Therefore, it is important that staff understand their role in responding to incidents and how they can support a safe working environment and culture.
What You'll Learn
Understand key work health and safety inputs:
- A brief history of work health and safety
- Leadership and it’s role
- Protecting health and safety and consultation
- Hazard identification and risk assessment
- Control measures
- Incident investigation
- Understanding and using useful templates
Develop a workplace culture that values and respects safety:
- Methods for identifying hazards and situations that may cause injury or illness;
- Tool and practices to help embed the importance of safety awareness in your workplace;
- Who’s responsible for safety and monitoring safe practices;
- How to develop active contribution from employees to safety practice, policy and procedure;
- Identifying risks, risk ratings and risk controls;
- Incident reporting;
- Responding to emergencies;
- Safety signs, symbols and protections.
Dealing with incidents in the work environment:
- Preparing for incidents: The Emergency plan;
- Preparing for incidents: Equipment used in emergencies;
- Attending an incident: Initial response;
- Attending an incident: First aid;
- Attending an incident: Liaising with emergency services;
- After an incident: Site integrity;
- After an incident: Notification;
- After an incident: Debriefing;
- Investigating an incident: The investigation team;
- Investigating an incident: Investigation scope;
- Investigating an incident: Information sources;
- Investigating an incident: Investigation techniques;
- Finalising an incident: Construct a timeline and creating a report,
This course is ideal for
- General business unit leaders and supervisors responsible for the health and safety of individuals and teams;
- Those who hold informal safety roles in an organisation such as fire wardens;
- HR business partners and those who manage staff performing high-risk roles.
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