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OnLine Safety Training for CEOs, Directors and Managers
NSW Edition

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Under the WHS Act, top level management are deemed to be officers and have a higher level of safety (WHS) responsibility.  This means that you:

a) will be held personally liable for safety incidents
b) can NOT transfer your Work Health Safety (WHS) duties to others
c) can incur personal fines of up to $600,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 5 years per offence.

Not knowing your legal duties is a breach of the WHS Act in itself.

Under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, an Officer of the organization is required to exercise Due Diligence to ensure that the organization (PCBU) meets its legal obligations.

Officer Due Diligence is clearly defined in the WHS Act and requires you to be active and pro-active in safety management.

Never been released before, this online version of our WHS for CEOs, Directors and Managers training explains what your legal duties are and how these may be met.

This course is straight to the point. No fuss – No fluff – Just the facts

Start – Stop – Continue anytime that suits you.

This course is 100% online and can be completed in less than 1 hour but you need to have a video player such as Adobe Flash or Windows Media Player installed.

Work Health and Safety (WHS) Responsibilities for CEOs, Directors and Managers

TOPICS COVERED OFF

"" Work Health and Safety (WHS) Law

Key terminologies, The Legal Framework

"" Duty Holders and Due Diligence

Specific legal duties for PCBUs, Officers, Workers and Others including the duty to consult.

"" What is Reasonable and Practicable

An explanation of what a court or regulator will consider to judge whether a person has done everything reasonable and practicable to avoid incidents in the workplace

"" How to Test whether a Worker has taken Reasonable Care

If a Worker causes an incident, an Officer can still be held liable. This section explains how and why.

"" Demonstrating Management Commitment

How to demonstrate management commitment and responsibility – OHSMS

"" Breaches of the Legislation

Breaches of the legislation, Enforcement action by the WHS regulator or court & penalties

"" Actions to Consider

Examples of how to get onto the road of legal compliance and how to stay there.

"" Case Studies

A review of relevant recent court cases.

FURTHER COURSE INFORMATION

"" Resources

Participants can download course notes in PDF format.

"" Assessment

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

"" Course Award

Certificate of Training.

"" Course Duration

This course can be completed within 1 hour but you need to have a video player such as Adobe Flash or Windows Media Player installed. Course is 100% Online and can be completed within 1hour but you need to have a video player such as Adobe Flash or Windows Media Player installed. Course is 100% Online

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Course Fee

$185