Health and Safety Representation in the Workplace - Online Training
|Author(s) :||LexisNexis with Video Commentary from Harmers Workplace Lawyers|
|Short Description :||Single user course|
|Published :||February, 2013|
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This module is also available as part of a 3 Module Package, which includes the courses Health and Safety Duties and Health and Safety Consultation in the Workplace.
This module is also available on a 12 month firm subscription from $88 for 1 user.
LexisNexis Online Training - Work Health and Safety (WHS) provides high quality, on-demand training for law firms that need to apply and identify the most important aspects of the new Model Work Health and Safety Act.
LexisNexis has partnered with award winning Occupational Health and Safety online training experts, AlertForce, to design three interactive Work Health and Safety modules specifically created for lawyers who want the convenience of learning from their own desk, saving travel time and money.
The LexisNexis Online Training - Work Health and Safety (WHS) modules have been written by employment specialist law firm, Harmers Workplace Lawyers, ensuring you receive authoritative and in-depth learning outcomes.
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Health and Safety Representation in the Workplace Online Training
Understand the manner in which the Model WHS Act provides representation of workers in relation to health and safety issues. This will include an explanation of the powers and functions of health and safety representatives in the workplace under the new WHS regime. It will outline the obligations of the persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) relating to health and safety representatives as well as introduce you to the concept of ceasing unsafe work, highlighting the key considerations for the issue, review and obligations associated with provisional improvement notices. An overview of the key issues in respect to health and safety committees is also included.
Upon completion of this module, you should be able to:
• Explain how health and safety representatives are elected;
• Identify the powers and functions of health and safety representatives;
• Outline the obligations of the PCBU relating to health and safety representatives;
• Provide an overview of ceasing unsafe work;
• Understand key considerations for the issue, review and obligations associated with provisional improvement notices; and
• Describe the establishment, consultation and functions of a health and safety committee.