Work Health
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WHS NSW Courses Provided by Coastal OHS

Want to be safe, secure and certified in the workplace? Well, Leading Safety Training are here to help.

Our passion for workplace health and safety has driven us to develop a number of courses for various industries and professions. As a leading WHS NSW course provider, our training focuses on developing our students’ knowledge of safe working practices to keep them and their co-workers free from harm in the workplace. Our WHS Courses NSW are run by highly qualified and experienced safety practitioners who deliver in-depth and engaging training.

Our variety of online courses and locations mean you can access our expert training regardless of where you are in NSW.

We also provide on-site training for your team if desired. Our WHS NSW training courses run anywhere from a few hours to a whole day and will provide you with the appropriate certifications but, most importantly, the confidence and ability to identify risks and maintain the integrity of safe working practices within your workplace. We provide various courses catering to different industries and roles, from experienced CEOs to prospective tradespeople.

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Courses delivered by Coastal OHS Services RTO No 91577

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Work Health & Safety Training NSW

Certain industries require mandatory WHS NSW training. Any individual who wishes to work within that industry (e.g., construction) must be certified to minimum workplace health and safety training levels. This is essential due to evident hazards within their respective workplaces. Mandatory safety training ensures the safety and reduction of risk for all individuals involved. Our white card safety training is a great example of this providing a course that prepares anyone who wishes to work in the construction industry with mandatory workplace health and safety training. Operating online and all across the state, this course is SafeWork NSW approved and meets the requirements of the Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulation 2017.

Other industries may not require mandatory training. However, knowledge of best practices is important in maintaining your staff’s health and safety; something which should always be a priority. In addition to this, a thorough understanding of legal compliance reduces your risk of prosecution and avoiding costly disruptions due to safety incidents. To put it simply, a safe and secure workplace is beneficial to your business operations and its employees.

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What’s Involved in WHS NSW Training?

  Hazards

WHS training in NSW will allow students to recognise workplace hazards and control risks associated with dangerous working environment, in accordance with NSW legislation & SafeWork NSW.

 

  Communication

Students will develop the ability to communicate and report health and safety standards within their workplaces and present vital issues.

  Legislation

Throughout each course, Leading Safety Training will outline health and safety NSW legislative regulations of various types of work and how to meet these requirements in your workplace.

Course Outcomes

  Course Duration

Course duration will depend on the enrolment program. For example, the average duration for a white card course in NSW is 6 hours and 45 minutes. That’s less than the average workday! Health and Safety Rep training will span over 5 days.

 

Assessment

All quality WHS NSW training will include a course assessment. Leading Safety Training assessments may include written, verbal and practical evaluations.

  Course Awards

Upon completion, students may acquire an industry-recognised certificate that qualifies them for the workplace almost immediately, depending on the NSW course completed.

NSW Student Information

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Student Resources

At Leading Safety Training, our students are our main priority. We have an online page dedicated to Student Information that outlines your responsibilities and rights as a student. We request that all prospective students become familiar with our refund policy, appeals processes and student support resources before booking the required Work Health & Safety Course course.

Leading Safety Training are dedicated to student success and support participants with special needs. We provide a Language Literacy & Numeracy (LLN) assessment, which helps us to identify students requiring additional support to complete the course. We encourage students to contact us about special needs before course enrolment to ensure we allocate necessary resources to your training.

Student Registration

For many of our NSW courses, the Australian Government requires students to register for a Unique Student Identifier (USI), which is fast and straightforward to complete online. Students must bring their USI number to the course. Certification in the respected field will not be issued unless a valid USI is received.

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What Do Work Health & Safety Courses Typically Cover?

We provide WHS NSW training which will go through topics such as:

  • Communication Skills
  • Risk Management
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Incident Investigation
  • Safety Psychology

These are just a few of many workplace health and safety topics covered in our courses. If there are any specific questions you have during the course or a certain subject matter you would like information on, the team at Leading Safety Training can provide you with the knowledge and resources to ensure your course provides you with everything you need.

WHS NSW training is also important for upper-level managers in any organisation to develop a thorough understanding of workplace health and safety in their responsibility as key decision-makers. These individuals may be considered an officer of the organisation and failing to meet this position’s duties under the Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act could result in significant fines or even imprisonment.

At Leading Safety Training, our WHS Courses NSW will provide you with all the necessary training required of your role or industry. If you’re not sure which course is most applicable to your requirements, get in touch with us and we’ll point you in the right direction. Our courses certified by SafeWork NSW are grounded in years of development and review and delivered by safety training experts. You can be assured of thorough and practical explanations on all things from basic terminology to legal compliance.

Our mission is to provide a safe working environment for the millions of Australian workers. We are passionate about delivering high quality and valuable courses by experienced industry experts.

 

How Do I Register for WHS Training?

Registering for any of our WHS NSW courses is a quick and easy process with Leading Safety Training. All you need to do is:

  1. Choose your course
  2. Register online
  3. Verify 100 points of ID (if required)
  4. Let us know if you have any special requirements
  5. Register for Unique Student Identifier

After that, you’re all set!

As a SafeWork NSW approved course provider, Leading Safety Training offer workplace health and safety training that is second to none. We will ensure that you are equipped with the appropriate health and safety training to conduct yourself safely in the workplace. Our training is designed to provide a convenient solution for the student whilst providing engaging and industry-leading education.

 

Can I Get WHS Certified Online?

You most certainly can. We have developed our existing face to face WHS courses NSW to be delivered online. If you require a flexible learning environment, we can deliver most of our training and certification Via Zoom.

We value your time and understand its importance. Our courses have been streamlined to provide timely and efficient training without cutting any corners. Our nationally recognised courses will provide you with the necessary skills and certification you need in as little time as possible.

 

How Much Does It Cost to Get WHS Certified?

At Leading Safety Training, we provide transparent and honest pricing for our WHS NSW courses. The exact cost will vary depending on the course you choose to undertake; however, you can be assured that what you see is what you get with no hidden fees or extras charges for our courses. We remain focussed on empowering hard-working Australians across all industries and prioritise educating our students to create safer workplaces for all.

 

Can I Get WHS Certified During COVID-19?

The pandemic hasn’t stopped our passion for ensuring your safety and delivering our WHS courses NSW.

We provide online courses so you can still receive training and certification regardless of the current circumstances. We have taken extra precautions in our physical locations to ensure our students and educators’ safety and well-being. Our virtual training is perfect for flexible remote learning to undertake courses regardless of your current circumstances.

 

What Is WHS Certification Used For?

WHS certifications provide formal recognition to governing bodies of an individual’s knowledge and skills in workplace health and safety practices. Some industries and professional require mandatory WHS training, whilst training may be an added benefit in others. At Leading Safety Training, our mission is to ensure your safety when entering the workplace through our WHS NSW courses.

WHS certification and training is designed to reduce risks within your workplace that may result in severe injuries or fatalities. We are committed to ensuring the safety of our students and peace of mind for their families. We also advocate for safer working conditions across industries and raise awareness of unsafe workplace behaviours. After receiving our training, students will possess an understanding of risk management work, health & safety legislative requirements and best practices for illness and injury prevention within their respective industries.

Our offering of courses will provide industry-leading safety training as well as tailored programs for your specific training. At the conclusion of our WHS NSW courses, you will receive the appropriate certifications for your training, certified by SafeWork NSW. Most importantly, you will have the confidence and ability to keep not only yourself, but those around you in the workplace safe.