Supervisors and frontline leaders play a vital role in achieving and maintaining safety standards in the workplace. They are key advocates in promoting a culture in which safety is a priority and workplace injuries are not acceptable.
Participants will participate in a workshop on key practices and principles of health and safety at an operational level, the communication of information and the application of risk management processes. These skills will assist supervisors in creating and maintaining a safe workplace.
This program from AVELING includes units of competency required to satisfy the minimum BHP Billiton WAIO requirements for contract supervisors.
To complete the nationally recognised program, it is expected that the participants will have minimum of 12 months supervisory experience.
- Use communication to liaise with clients, team members and other relevant parties
- Manage on-site safety
- Diagnose and solve routine and non-routine problems
- Apply leadership principles to the team
- Deliver a presentation to achieve meeting outcomes
- Assess and identify unacceptable risk
- Understand and apply knowledge of OHS legislation
For this Nationally Accredited Program participants must attend the workshop and successfully complete in-class assessments and associated case studies. On successful completion a Statement of Attainment will be issued for the following Units of Competency:
- RIICOM301D Communicate information
- RIIRIS301D Apply risk management processes
- BSBMGT401 Show leadership in the workplace
- RIIBEF402D Supervise on-site operations
Our BHP Safety Leadership for Supervisors course is activity based workshop covering the following:
- Pre-start Meetings
- Toolbox Preparation and Presentation
- Emergency Drills
- Risk Management
- Contingency Planning
- Investigation and Incident Report
- Performance Plans and KPIs
$750 (GST Free)
Experienced Supervisors and Team Leaders who want to build on safety leadership skills furthering their understanding of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) legislation and safe systems of work.
On successful completion of in-class assessments a Statement of Attainment will be issued.