Schools Essentials in Health and Safety

Key Information

Duration: 2 Days (16 Hours)

Maximum Attendees: 20

Training available nationwide at one of our centres, or your school.

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Prepare yourself for future employment, with a comprehensive understanding of the latest health and safety regulations and the skills to identify and prevent harm in the workplace.

Gain the knowledge to assist you with putting good Health and Safety practices into motion from day 1.

Learn your roles and responsibilities as a worker, as well as how to complete a risk assessment and JSA.

  • Unit Standards - S EIHS (Click to see more detail)

    Unit

    Level

    Credit

    Description

    497

    1

    3

    Demonstrate knowledge of workplace health and safety requirements

    30265

    3

    8

    Apply health and safety risk assessment to a job role

    19522

    3

    3

    Undertake job safety analysis

     

Key Learning Outcomes:

  1. Identify and describe legislative rights and responsibilities for workplace health and safety
  2. Describe the systems approach to workplace health and safety; explain how risks and hazards are defined in the HSWA.
  3. Describe the principles of health and safety risk assessment
  4. Apply health and safety risk assessment to a job role in accordance with regulatory requirements and industry good practice
  5. Prepare a work method statement; and undertake a job safety analysis

Entry Criteria:

  1. All students are required to have a level of written and oral English equivalent to NCEA level 1 (year 11) or IELTS 5.5 or higher, to be eligible to attend our courses. The person responsible for making bookings or authorising attendance on the course must agree to these Terms and Conditions prior to acceptance of their student(s) onto the course. Where a student does not meet our English language requirement a reader/writer must be supplied by the student or the person responsible for authorising the student’s attendance. The reader/writer cannot be another student attending the same course.