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:
If your business is working in construction and has 6 to 99 employees, you might be eligible for a workplace injury prevention subsidy to help pay for health and safety training. Find out more
The Besafe Site Passport Risk Management is available online or delivered in the classroom by one of our experienced tutors. The course includes the Passport Essentials with an additional focus on risk management. After this course you will be able to keep yourself and others safe by; implementing and understanding how to manage hazards and risks, knowing your legal health and safety requirements and being a critical thinker around health and safety.
Drug and Alcohol Sampling – Technician
This course is for people who are required to understand and carry out the process of on-site drug screening and testing in the workplace.
People credited with this unit standard are able to:
You are recommended to attend with a copy of the AS/NZ 4308:2008 Workplace Drug Testing Standard – This document will be referred to throughout the course, Besafe Training is unable to provide a copy due to copyright restrictions
The accident investigation course is delivered to meet NZQA’s criteria through using the ICAM model for investigation.
Did you know that?
People credited with this unit standard are able to: explain why workplace accidents need to be reported and investigated; explain the concepts of multiple causation and root-cause analysis; detail an incident investigation process using a hypothetical incident; and produce an incident investigation report based on a documented incident.
This course will assist people to discuss a topic that some people scoff, avoid at or at least try to minimise its relevance and importance.
Let’s face FACTS
STRESS is an illness and it has far reaching health consequences.
You will gain an understanding of stress, fatigue and workplace un-wellness and the effects it has on health. More importantly, work colleagues suffering from stress, fatigue or workplace unwellness are a workplace hazard and could be a substantial contributor to workplace harm.
This course will provide you with important information to assist businesses to adopt a strategic workplace model for health and safety to: