Back to Basics deliver the BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety through our unique Distance Learning training System.
This course has been specifically written for the Australian Construction Industry and is not suitable to those not working in the construction industry.
As part of our standard package, you will receive:
• RPL at no additional cost to enrolled students
• Flexible learning arrangement
• 12-month completion allowance
• 1 on 1 mentoring with your own personal industry expert
• All required learning materials
The 5 Core Units & 5 Elective Units are clustered and delivered over 4 easy to follow Modules broken up as follows:
Module 1- Legal Considerations
Topics include – Model Workplace Health & Safety Issues, Safe Work Aust, WorkCover, Codes of Practice, NCC, Aust Stds, Certificates & Licensing, Induction, Site Meetings, Where to get help.
Module 2 – Safety Controls for the Personnel
Topics include – Consultation, Bullying, Skin Cancer, Drugs & Alcohol, Manual Handling, Fatigue Management, First Aid, PPE, Emergency Procedures, Incident Investigation, Right of Entry, Workers Compensation, Return to Work.
Module 3 - Safety Controls on Site
Topics include – No Go Zones, Noise, Confined Space, Demolition, Trenching/Excavation, Falls & Falling Objects, Traffic Management, SWMS & JSA, Plant & Equipment, Dangerous Goods & Hazardous Chemicals, Safety Inspections,.
Module 4 - Safety Management
Topics include – Risk Management & Risk Control, OHS Records, Audit Process, Costs & Systems, Managing WHS, Safety Management Manual.
Units Of Competency
The Units of Competency that are covered as part of the Back to Basics Business Training BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety qualification are as follows:
Assist with workplace compliance with WHS laws
Contribute to the implementation and maintenance of WHS consultation and participation processes
Contribute to WHS risk management
Contribute to implementing WHS management systems
Contribute to workplace incident response
Assist with managing WHS implication of return to work
Assist with managing WHS compliance of contractors
Contribute to implementing WHS monitoring process
Develop processes and procedures for controlling hazardous chemicals in the workplace
Implement and monitor organisation work, health and safety policies, procedures and programs