Health & Safety Committee Training – NSW

Finding it hard to attend a safety committee training course at a time & location that suits you?

The online version of our Health and Safety Committee training enables you to Start – Stop & Continue at a time & location that suits you.

Live Delivery via Zoom is now also available.

This course provides participants with the knowledge, tools and practices to help the employer create a safer and a more legally compliant workplace.

Safety Committees are Good for Business.

Suitable for Supervisors, Managers and/or HSRs who do not wish to do the 5 day HSR course.

Course duration:
Approx 4 – 5 hrs 100% online.
Approx. 7 hrs Live via Zoom

This course covers more ground than the HSR course or compatible Units of Competency.

Check out what we have in store for you…


"" WHS Law

The Legal Framework, Duty Holders & Consultation under the WHS Act

"" Communication

Meeting skills, presentation skills, Psychologist Hugh Mackay’s 10 Laws of Human Communication, problem solving.

"" Risk Management

Risk management, WHS program design & OHSMS principles & design

"" Functions

Functions of Health and Safety Teams and chairpersons

"" Emergency Preparedness

Elements of an emergency response plan

"" Incident Investigation

Incident investigation tools and skills

"" Safety Psychology

Reducing the riskiness of behaviours – Real Life case study that achieved an instant steep decline in safety incidents.


"" Resources

Each student can download a free 90 page course handbook in PDF format.

"" Course Duration

The course can be completed in 4 – 5 hours. 100% Online

"" Assessment

Course assessments are informal and include mix & match and multiple choice questions.

"" Course Award

Certificate of Successful Completion.

"" Course Certification

Course certification aligned with ISO 29993:2017 by Exemplar Global means that this course is proven to meet world class best practice for learning services.

What is ISO 29993:2017?

ISO 29993:2017 Learning services outside formal education – Service requirements, is an international standard published by the International Organization for Standardization or ISO.

Who is the International Organization for Standardization or ISO?

ISO is an independent, non governmental international organization with their head office in Geneva Switzerland. They have a worldwide membership of 164 standards organizations including Standards Australia.

Through its members, ISO brings together experts from all over the world to develop international standards.

ISO Standards are made by Industry for Industry.

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