The Foundation Toolbox is an online course which consists of 9 modules, known as Toolboxes. Each Toolbox has been developed in alignment with the CHASNZ Site Access Requirements key elements.
Foundation training is an important first step in ensuring that workers are aware of health and safety risks and how an effective health and safety management system, which includes their own involvement, should work.
Rawhiti will journey with the learners throughout each module and you will complete interactive exercises plus knowledge checkpoints along the way.
Toolbox 1 – General health and safety – part 1
Toolbox 2 – General health and safety – part 2
Toolbox 3 – Work at Height
Toolbox 4 – Chemicals and Hazardous Substances
Toolbox 5 – Emergencies
Toolbox 6 – Mobile Plant
Toolbox 7 – Site Traffic
Toolbox 8 – Utilities and Services
Toolbox 9 – Confined and Restricted Spaces
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The Tier 1 Foundation Health & Safety Construct Safe assessment is delivered as an online test and consists of 50 questions that relate to basic health and safety and is designed for everyone working on a construction site.
Questions are either ‘multi-choice’ or ‘point and click’ and have audio to eliminate language barriers.
Assessments are conducted in accredited test centres by accredited testing supervisors.
This is not just another safety course!
To change the safety performance across the sector we need highly capable leaders delivering great work outcomes and, as a result, great safety outcomes each and every day.
LeadSafe Supervisors takes participants on a learning journey that looks at safety differently – safety is not a “tick the box” exercise. We are challenging participants to shift your thinking from policy and compliance to effectively leading a culture of safety on site.
This means “walking the talk”, taking ownership and commitment to the next level to proactively lead safe on site – everyday.
Safety leadership is about “what goes on when no one is watching”. The aim of this programme is to enable leaders to embrace a safety culture and what they do on site everyday to get great work outcomes and take the lead to ensure everyone on site is safe.
The two days gives supervisors skills to set the tone as a leader and to:
An assessment aligned to the industry H&S standard for coal face leaders (e.g.leading hands, foremen). Specifically aimed at site based leaders of small teams of construction workers.
CHASNZ require workers attempting this level of assessment to have undertaken training in line with the LeadSafe Supervisors 2 day course or others as per 1.2 of the Constructsafe Health and Safety Competency – Supervisors Framework
If you do not hold the required training, find out more about the Leadsafe Supervisors course