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NZQA: No modules

Manual handling means transporting or supporting a load by hand or bodily force. It includes lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying or moving loads.

This course on manual handling will help employees, contractors to practice safe manual handling in the workplace. It covers how to assess the risks associated with manual handling tasks, perform the tasks to avoid injury, and report manual handling risks as they are encountered.

 

Target Audience:

This manual handling training course is suitable for all employees, contractors and at the end of the course, learners do a short assessment to check their understanding, and to confirm their responsibility to promote health and safety in the workplace.

 

Topics covered:

The following topics are covered in this manual handling training course:

  • Define manual handling
  • The 5 principles of manual handling
  • Hazard identification, risk assessment and control measures
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Demonstrate techniques for avoiding manual handling injuries
NZQA: No modules

This course will develop your knowledge of occupational health and safety statutory obligations, roles, and responsibilities so you can lead and implement high standards of health and safety management system. The course will also develop your ability to identify hazards and controls for the workplace environment.

You will explore theories of incident causation and prevention and gain the knowledge and skills to communicate and apply safe work strategies.

Delivered to Unit Standards 5607 – over a 1 day workshop (*Optional assessment and submission of evidence is required to achieve Unit Standard)

 

Topics

✓ Legislative requirements including but not limited to Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSW Act), Human Rights Act 1993, privacy Act 1993
✓ Occupational health and safety responsibilities
✓ Occupational health and safety statutory obligations
✓ Hazards in the workplace
✓ Health and safety training plans
✓ Evaluation of health and safety activities
✓ Health and safety incident investigation
✓ Theories of incident causation and prevention

 

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Communicate job specific health and safety requirements and practices in accordance with legislative requirements, industry specific codes of practice, and standards to a team in a specific business operation.
  • Lead consultative and participation processes that involve workers in the development of job specific health and safety policies and procedures for a team in a specific business operation.
  • Supervise the implementation of and monitor the maintenance of organisational and job specific health and safety policies and procedures for a team in a specific business operation.
  • Apply knowledge of incident causation models to investigate an incident and prepare a report that complies with organisational and legislative requirements and make recommendations to improve workplace incident investigation methods where appropriate.
  • Describe and apply health and safety requirements for the various jobs and teams in their workplace, in accordance with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.
  • Identify relevant health and safety risks and apply practicable controls.
  • Promote beneficial health and safety practices for a specific team, with measurable results, in accordance with organisational requirements.
  • Create and apply a health and safety plan for a team to meet the organisations operational requirements.
  • Identify and coordinate health and safety requirements, in accordance with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act, and the organisational requirements
NZQA: 29765, 29766

 

Class B & A Asbestos Removal — Remove Friable and Non-Friable Asbestos

 

US29765 + US29766

 

Our combined class B & A asbestos removal course combines the legislative and regulatory components to provide trainees with increased time and emphasis on the practical elements of this critical training.

The training maximises the use of our specially built training area for our trainees to complete removal tasks. The outcome of this course is to acquire the knowledge and skills to remove both friable and non-friable asbestos.

This course allows you to remove friable asbestos for an asbestos removal contractor who holds a Class B and/or Class A licence issued by Worksafe, dependant on the type of asbestos being removed. You will not hold the licence yourself. To apply for your own licence to remove asbestos, please contact Worksafe for the requirements.

Features of our combined course:

  • Increased practical time
  • Less theory as the overlapping content is combined
  • Reduced overall course duration

People credited with these unit standard are able to:

  • prepare for non-friable and friable asbestos removal;
  • prepare asbestos removal area and removal site;
  • isolate removal site;
  • carry out non-friable and friable asbestos removal process;
  • carry out decontamination process;
  • clean-up work site; and
  • contribute to and use documentation in line with New Zealand regulatory requirements.

 

NZQA: 6400, 6401, 6402

 

Our Stage 2 Advanced first aid course will help you to gain the confidence to provide 1st aid when it may be required for more than one patient in an emergency. You will learn to assess and manage multiple patients for: shock, bleeding, burns, fractures, soft tissue injuries, poisonings, heart attack, asthma, stroke, seizure and diabetes.

You will also be able to provide basic life support through CPR and management of a foreign body airway obstruction (choking).

NZQA: 497, 30265

 

This one day foundational health and safety course will provide students with the foundational knowledge to understand the roles and responsibilities within the health and safety at work act as well as being able to apply risk assessment to a job role.

NZQA: 497, 17593, 30265, 17592

 

Our 2 day Workplace Safety course will provide learners with a strong foundation of skills and knowledge to enter the workforce. This interactive course utilises our industry leading digital learning platform for pre-learning and the 2 days of in-person training.

Make sure your students are well prepared for todays working environment.

NZQA: 497, 30265, 23229, 25045, 15757

 

Our 2 day Construction Safety course is a highly interactive course with a specific emphasis on safe working at heights.

Investigations by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment into falls while working at height show that more than 50 percent of falls are from less than three metres and approximately 70 percent of falls are from ladders and roofs. The cost of these falls is estimated to be $24 million a year – to say nothing of the human cost as a result of these falls.

This course will ensure students have the knowledge and skills to enter the workforce with a strong understanding of safety.

NZQA: 30265

Besafe Risk Management – Online

Book and complete your course now

This course will help you understand how to implement risk management you will be required to apply health and safety risk assessment to a task or work area.

 

Manage risks to maintain a safe workplace!

New Zealand has a high rate of workplace illnesses, injuries and fatalities. We’re focused on teaching and supporting excellent workplace health and safety standards and attitudes.

Managing risks at work doesn’t need to be a burden, complex or costly to implement or document. But you must take positive action to make a situation safer, and apply the most appropriate and reasonable control measure.

 

What you will learn on the Risk Management course:

  • Rights and Responsibilities
  • Risk Management
  • Plan: Hazards and Risks
  • Do: Systems and Controls
  • Check: Monitoring Controls
  • Act: Taking Action

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 3534

NEW ZEALAND CERTIFICATE IN WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY PRACTICE (LEVEL 4)

 

2024 Intakes 

  • February 7th
  • June 7th
  • Oct 4th

 

This is a 16-week course, completed through our online learning platform. You will be supported with a dedicated facilitator through zoom sessions, digital content, workplace activities and discussion boards.

The purpose of this programme is to provide New Zealand workplaces with people that have the skills and knowledge to promote and monitor health and safety practices and procedures, and create a positive health and safety culture in the workplace.

 

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Communicate job specific health and safety requirements and practices in accordance with legislative requirements, industry specific codes of practice, and standards to a team in a specific business operation.
  • Lead consultative and participation processes that involve workers in the development of job specific health and safety policies and procedures for a team in a specific business operation.
  • Supervise the implementation of and monitor the maintenance of organisational and job specific health and safety policies and procedures for a team in a specific business operation.
  • Apply knowledge of incident causation models to investigate an incident and prepare a report that complies with organisational and legislative requirements, and make recommendations to improve workplace incident investigation methods where appropriate.
  • Describe and apply health and safety requirements for the various jobs and teams in their workplace, in accordance with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.
  • Prepare plans for drug hazard inspections in relation to drug and/or alcohol use in the workplace.
  • Explain and carry out the process of on-site drug screening in the workplace.
  • Identify relevant health and safety risks and apply practicable controls.
  • Promote beneficial health and safety practices for a specific team, with measurable results, in accordance with organisational requirements.
  • Create and apply a health and safety plan for a team to meet the organisations operational requirements.
  • Identify and coordinate health and safety requirements, in accordance with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act, and the organisational requirements.

 

Course overview

OHS401 Health and Safety: Requirements and Practices (30 credits)

This course develops learners’ knowledge of occupational health and safety statutory obligations, roles, and responsibilities so they can lead and implement high standards of health and safety management systems. The course will also develop learners’ ability to identify hazards and controls for the workplace environment. Learners will explore theories of incident causation and prevention and gain the knowledge and skills to communicate and apply safe work strategies.

OHS 402 Safety Management Systems Audit (20 credits)

This course develops learners’ knowledge of New Zealand occupational health and safety management standards so they are able to perform an audit to evaluate and analyse the OHS management system in an organisation and recommend an improvement process.

OHS 403 Hazard Management System: Risk Mitigation and Safety Risk (10 credits)

This course develops learners’ knowledge of hazards and controls in the workplace employing a risk management framework. Learners will learn about safety inspection skills and incident investigation process so they can develop, implement and monitor a hazard management system, for a selected business operation, and apply appropriate legislation and regulations.

 

Your commitment

This is a full time course over 16 weeks:

  • 20 hours of direct learning each week which is made up of Zoom sessions, course modules, discussions and workplace observations/supervision
  • 17.5 hours weekly of self directed learning – readings and assignments.
  • You will be required to attend 6 Zoom sessions

NB: If you are working in a Health and Safety role, many of the requirements may be able to be completed as part of your daily role.

 

Location

Online – must have computer access to access course materials and Zoom sessions

 

Required resources

To be purchased in addition to the course – due to copyright restrictions we are unable to provide these resources.

AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009

AS/NZS 4804:2001

 

Credit Recognition Transfer (CRT)

CRT is recognizing a learners currently held NZQA unit standards which may be transferred to a Besafe Training New Zealand Certificate programme.

NZQA Guidelines

Student’s current unit standards may be transferred if:

  • There is an exact match of the unit standards on the learner’s New Zealand Qualification Framework.
  • The unit standard must have been gained within the last 2 years – or evidence of currency must be provided.
  • Examples of evidence – Letter of attestation, certificates of professional development, certificate of attendance
NZQA: 19207

The Confined Space Infrastructure Industry course is available online or delivered in the classroom by one of our experienced tutors, with on-job evidence required. We ensure our training meets specific learning and industry needs of students in a safe and supported environment. This includes a practical component of a full confined space entry scenario which can be achieved during the training. You will be required to provide evidence of one on-job entry under real workplace conditions.

You will demonstrate that you are able to (in the infrastructure industry):
• Identify the location and work procedures to be carried out for the entry
• Review an entry plan
• Enter, complete work and withdraw from a confined space
• Conduct a non-entry confined space rescue

NZQA: ConstructSafe Preparation

 

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.

 

Click here to meet Rawhiti, you will work closely with him in each Toolbox

What topics are covered on the Foundation Toolbox?

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

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: No modules

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.

Book your Construct Safe Tier 1 assessment now.

NZQA: No modules

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.

 

What will you learn?

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:

  • Walk the talk and have skills for role modelling the desired skills, safe attitudes and behaviours required on site – including with sub-contractors.
  • Develop good communication skills delivering effective and meaningful safety conversations.
  • Positively influence and rectify inappropriate behaviour.
  • Proactively assess “safety” risks and to drive safe attitudes and working methods in the workplace.
  • Effectively utilise the safety tools and systems (hazard management, risk identification and assessment, incident investigation) to get better work outcomes.
  • Clearly know their roles and responsibilities as a safety leader and be proactively involved in the management of safe on site, every day.
NZQA: No modules

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

NZQA: 497

 

The Besafe Site Passport is available online or delivered in the classroom by one of our experienced tutors. 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.

This course has been developed with all workers in mind. You will work through the course at your own pace and complete the ‘open book’ NZQA unit standard assessment. You will need to allow up to 24 hours for your assessment to be marked by one of our assessors at which point you will be issued your certificate if successful.

 

What you will learn on the Besafe Site Passport course:

 

Legal rights and responsibilities for workplace health and safety

  • Responsibilities of PCBU’s under the HSWA
  • Responsibilities and rights of workers under the HSWA

Hazards/risks

  • What are hazards and risks?
  • Hazards and risks in your workplace
  • Hierarchy of control

Health and Safety Systems

  • Training
  • Worker participation
  • Incident and hazard reporting
  • Hazard management
  • Emergency procedures

 

What you will achieve:
  • NZQA unit standard 497
  • Besafe Site Passport

 

Manage risks to maintain a safe site!

New Zealand has a high rate of workplace illnesses, injuries and fatalities. We’re focused on teaching and supporting excellent workplace health and safety standards and attitudes.

Managing risks at work doesn’t need to be a burden, complex or costly to implement or document. But you must take positive action to make a situation safer, and apply the most appropriate and reasonable control measure.

 

Sample the course now:

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?
  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 497, 30265

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.

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 29315

The purpose of this course is for health and safety representatives to explain and demonstrate the overall role and functions of a Health and Safety Representative in a New Zealand workplace.

The health and safety representative course is available online or delivered by one of our industry expert tutors. Our online course is comprehensive with interactive content throughout, we have an assessor on stand-by (during office hours) for any support as you work through the course.

 

Representatives awarded with this standard will be able to:

  • Explain the role and functions of the Health and Safety Representative under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and its Regulations.
  • Explain the role of a Health and Safety Representative as an advocate for workers.
  • Identify the obligations of a PCBU and WorkSafe New Zealand towards the Health and Safety Representative.
  • Describe the risk management process and the importance of communicating with workers and management.
  • Describe and demonstrate the powers and obligations that a health and safety representative has in terms of issuing a provisional improvement notice (PIN) and how and when to direct a worker to cease unsafe work.

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 18426

Our Confined Space Stage 1 course is available online or delivered in-person for group bookings by one of our experienced tutors. We ensure our training meets specific learning and industry needs of students in a safe and supported environment. Our interactive session provides you with the fundamentals relating to working in a confined space. Learn about the requirements for safe work in confined spaces. You will learn about hazards, permit and documentation requirements, control measures, and monitoring.

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 18426, 17599

Our Confined Space Stage 2 course is available online or delivered in-person by one of our experienced tutors. We ensure our training meets specific learning and industry needs of students in a safe and supported environment. Our interactive session provides you with the fundamentals relating to working in a confined space. Learn about the requirements for safe work in confined spaces. You will learn about hazards, permit and documentation requirements, control measures, and monitoring.

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 18426, 17599, 25510

Our Confined Space Stage 3 course is available as a blended workshop (combination of online and in-person) or delivered in-person by one of our experienced tutors. We ensure our training meets specific learning and industry needs of students in a safe and supported environment. This includes a practical component of atmospheric/gas testing and a full confined space entry scenario. Our interactive session provides you with the fundamentals relating to working in a confined space. Learn about the requirements for safe work in confined spaces. You will learn about hazards, permit and documentation requirements, control measures, and monitoring.

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: No modules

The Working in a Confined Space Refresher is available online or delivered in-person by one of our experienced tutors. Note that this is refreshing NZQA unit standards that you have already completed in this area. If online, it can be completed in your own time, at your own pace. An assessor will verify your competency in this area at the completion of this course.

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 23960, 23966, 23962

Complete your Mobile Elevated Working Platform Operator course online followed by a practical session or in-person with one of our experienced tutors. The course will provide you with the knowledge and hands on experience to ensure that you understand your responsibilities and have the skills to safely operate the Mobile Elevated Working Platform (MEWP). The theory is followed by a practical session either at our training centre in Auckland or we can go to you if it is a company booking with multiple trainees and the relevant machinery. After this session you complete a practical session by operating relevant machinery to prove competence in this area (an assessor verifies your MEWP abilities). Any machinery involving MEWP’s can be assessed and there are alternative options available – get in touch.

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: No modules

The Mobile Elevated Working Platform (MEWP) Refresher is available online or delivered in-person by one of our experienced tutors. For those current in the use of Mobile Elevated Working Platform (MEWP), the Refresher provides verification of currency (evidence confirming your competency in this area for your type of work). Note that this is refreshing NZQA unit standards that you have already completed in this area. If online, it can be completed in your own time, at your own pace. An assessor will verify your competency in this area at the completion of this course.

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 17601

The accident investigation course is delivered to meet NZQA’s criteria through using the ICAM model for investigation.

This course is delivered using our blended training model. The online module unit standard 17601 – Incident Investigation, is to be completed prior to attending your 1 day interactive in person training for ICAM methodology.

Did you know that?

  • Most accidents/incidents happen, due to organisations failing to learn or retain the lessons that should have been learned from previous accidents and incidents
  • Often witnesses memories become impaired due to the loss of time span or the information may become tainted or impaired
  • All workplace accidents/incidents should be investigated as soon as possible after the occurrence of either an accident or incidence

People credited with unit standard 17601 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.

NZQA: 30596

Half-day training occurs in an interactive, engaging classroom environment. The outcome of this training is acquiring the knowledge and skills to gain an awareness of asbestos in its environment. CLICK HERE to see our public course dates.

When removing asbestos what training is required?

NZQA: 29766

Full-day training involving our specially built training area for our trainees to complete a removal task. The outcome of this course is to acquire the knowledge and skills to remove friable asbestos.

This course allows you to remove [friable/non-friable] asbestos for an asbestos removal contractor who holds a [Class A/Class B] licence issued by Worksafe. You will not hold the licence yourself. To apply for your own licence to remove asbestos, please contact Worksafe for the requirements.

See the training schedule for details of this course outline. CLICK HERE to see our public course dates.

NZQA: 29765

Full-day training involving our specially built training area for our trainees to complete a removal task. The outcome of this course is to acquire the knowledge and skills to remove non-friable asbestos.

This course allows you to remove [friable/non-friable] asbestos for an asbestos removal contractor who holds a [Class A/Class B] licence issued by Worksafe. You will not hold the licence yourself. To apply for your own licence to remove asbestos, please contact Worksafe for the requirements.

See the training schedule for details of this course outline. CLICK HERE to see our public course dates.

 

NZQA: 29767

This unit standard specifies the outcomes required to supervise the removal process for friable and non-friable asbestos containing material (ACM). CLICK HERE to see our public course dates.

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

  • plan for asbestos removal;
  • prepare site for removal;
  • supervise testing, compliance, and documentation in consultation with the assessor and the asbestos revivalist;
  • oversee removal and decontamination processes; and
  • supervise and support team members.

When removing asbestos what training is required?

NZQA: 29768

This unit standard specifies the Outcomes required to act as an Assessor for removal of friable asbestos containing materials. CLICK HERE to see our public course dates.

When removing asbestos what training is required?

NZQA: 16701, 16702, 16703

Wheels, Tracks and Rollers endorsements (W,T,R)

If you drive a special-type vehicle in public areas, you must have a W, T or R endorsement on your driver licence.

  • The R endorsement is for vehicles that run on rollers.
  • The T endorsement is for vehicles that run on self-laying tracks.
  • The W endorsement is for vehicles that run on wheels that aren’t forklifts, passenger vehicles, tractors, fire engines, trade vehicles or vehicle recovery service vehicles.

The course includes both theory and practical components and is completed in a half day (4 hours)

 

Pre-requisites:

Once you have completed the approved course you will be given a certificate (the certificate is not a valid endorsement on your licence). You must take this to an NZTA licensing agent (VTNZ or AA) and have your endorsement(s) put on your licence.

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NZQA: 31245

People credited with this unit standard are able to plan for and lift, move, and place loads using mobile plant in an infrastructure works environment.

 

Learn the principles for using mobile plant for lifting and moving loads; hazard management associated with slinging, lifting, moving, and placing loads; types and inspection of lifting attachments on mobile plant; lifting and slinging gear used with mobile plant; and communication for slinging, lifting, moving, and placing operations.

Recommended for workers who use mobile plant to lift loads.

Pre-requisites – Class of driver licence and endorsements required for the vehicle being driven

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NZQA: 16701, 16702, 16703

Besafe Trainings Digger Operator course is a training program designed to teach individuals how to safely and effectively operate a digger or excavator. The course will cover topics such as machine safety, pre-operation checks, operating procedures, and basic maintenance. This is the course for you if you’re looking for a change of industry or just want to get more experience under the guidance of an industry professional.

 

This is a two-day course, you will also gain your Wheels, Tracks and Rollers endorsement.

 

During the course, participants will learn how to:

– Operate the digger in a safe and controlled manner

– Carry out pre-operation checks on the machine

– Plan and carry out digging and excavation tasks

– Use the machine to move and place materials

– Conduct basic maintenance tasks, such as greasing and fueling the machine

– Identify potential hazards and take appropriate safety measures

 

Upon completion, you will have gained your RTW endorsement and be issued with a certificate of competency.

NZQA: No modules

Do you need to gain time in the seat to build or refine your operator skills?

Starting at $75 + gst per person

Book a skill builder session on our simulator to build your hours in the seat, during the session you will have full access to all tasks within the simulator to ensure you have the opportunity to refine the particular skill you want to focus on.

1 hour = $75 + gst

2 hours = $127.50 + gst

3 hours = $180 + gst

4 hours = $225 + gst

NZQA: 10508, 12300, 18038, 10507

 

This course will provide you with the foundational safety competencies required to work on the Chorus network. Our experienced tutor will help you gain knowledge of health and safety and use of personal protective equipment in the electricity supply environment are able to identify electricity systems.

 

Unit Standard includes:

10508- Identify electricity systems in preparation for work. ( 6 credits )

18038- Demonstrate knowledge of and apply health and safety in the electricity supply environment. ( 5 credits )

10507- Use personal protection equipment within an electricity supply environment. ( 4 credits )

12300- Demonstrate knowledge of electricity industry safety statutes and codes – NZECP 34 & SM-EI  ( 6 credits )

Pre-requisite: First Aid NZQA Unit standards 6401, 6402 or 26551, 26552

 

  • Assessment written and practical 10507, 12300, 10508 and 18038
  • Course achievement certificate and training card will be provided

 

COMPULSORY PRE-COURSE READING

To ensure you have the initial knowledge to successfully complete your WTC training, you will be emailed a link on your booking confirmation, to access copies of the workbooks for the unit standards you will be completing. It is vital that you take the time to read through these prior to the course, if you have any questions, take note of these and be sure to discuss them with the tutor during your course. If you do not complete the compulsory pre-reading, you may be asked to leave the course.

NZQA: No modules

 

Electrical Supply Industry Safety – Refresher

This course will refresh your foundational safety competencies required to work on the Chorus network. Our experienced tutor will help you stay up to date with health and safety knowledge and use of personal protective equipment in the electricity supply environment are able to identify electricity systems.

It is recommended to complete a refresher course every 2 years to maintain competency and keep up to date with any changes.

Unit Standards Refreshed:

10508 – Identify electricity systems in preparation for work. ( 6 credits )

18038 – Demonstrate knowledge of and apply health and safety in the electricity supply environment. ( 5 credits )

10507 – Use personal protection equipment within an electricity supply environment. ( 4 credits )

12300 – Demonstrate knowledge of electricity industry safety statutes and codes – NZECP 34 & SM-EI  ( 6 credits )

The pre-requisite for WTC1 is:

  • Current First Aid NZQA Unit Standards 6401, 6402 or 26551, 26552
NZQA: 23229, 17025, 10509

 

Our WTC3 Working at heights training course will teach you how to climb and work safely on electricity network structures. You will be able to correctly use fall arrest equipment to complete your job in a safe manner and understand the hazards associated while working at height in an electricity network environment.

 

NZQA unit standards include

  • US 23229 – Use a safety harness for personal fall prevention when working at height (4 credits)
  • US 10509 – Climb and work on electricity network structures (6 credits)
  • US 17025 – Carry out a rescue from an electrical structure (2 credits )

Pre-requisite: First Aid NZQA Unit standards 6401, 6402 or 26551, 26552 & WTC 1

Other unit standards available upon request:

  • US 17600 Explain safe work practices for working at heights (3 credits)
  • US 25045 Employ height safety equipment in the workplace
  • US 15757 Use, install and disestablish proprietary fall arrest systems when working at height (4 credits)

 

Pre-requisite: First Aid NZQA Unit standards 6401, 6402 or 26551, 26552 & WTC1

NZQA: No modules

 

WTC3 Refresher – (Electrical Supply Industry Safety)

Our WTC3 Refresher training course will ensure that you are unto date with current best practice and applying the skills safely when working on electricity network structures. You will be able to correctly use fall arrest equipment to complete your job in a safe manner and understand the hazards associated while working at height in an electricity network environment.

It is recommended to complete a refresher course every 2 years to maintain competency and keep up to date with any changes.

Unit Standards refreshed:

23229 –  Use a safety harness for personal fall prevention when working at height (4 credits)

10509 – Climb and work on electricity network structures (6 credits)

17025 – Carry out a rescue from an electrical structure (2 credits )

NZQA: 18426, 17599, 25510

Gain a good understanding of the operation and use of gas detectors, conduct atmospheric tests and read and respond to the results. You will learn about the hazards, permit and documentation requirements, control measures, monitoring and testing requirements, responsibilities and duties to undertake confined space work. You will be required to plan and prepare for a confined space entry and develop an effective rescue procedure.

Recommended for people who are required to enter and work in a confined space.

 

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NZQA: 17600

Working at Heights Stage 1 is available online or delivered in-person by one of our experienced tutors. Our training course will provide you with the knowledge to ensure that you understand your responsibilities and understand how to work safely at height. Did you know that Investigations by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment into falls while working at height show that more than 50 percent of falls are from less than three metres and approximately 70 percent of falls are from ladders and roofs? The cost of these falls is estimated to be $24 million a year – to say nothing of the human cost as a result of these falls. If you use a fall arrest harness to work at height you may need Working at Heights Stage 2. For those who are required to supervise others working at height and/or set-up a fall arrest system you will require Working at Heights Stage 3

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 17600, 23229

Working at Heights Stage 2 is available online followed by a practical session or delivered in-person by one of our experienced tutors. If you work at height using a fall arrest harness it is important that you have the correct training to perform the task safely and understand the risks involved. Our training course will provide you with the knowledge and hands on experience to ensure that you understand your responsibilities and have the skills to work safely at height. For those who are required to supervise others working at height and/or set-up a fall arrest system you will require Working at Heights Stage 3

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 17600, 23229, 15757, 25045

Working at Heights Stage 3 is available online followed by a practical session or delivered in-person by one of our experienced tutors. If you are supervising others work at height using and setting up a fall arrest system it is important that you have the correct training to perform the task safely and understand the risks involved. Our training course will provide you with the knowledge and hands on experience to ensure that you understand your responsibilities and have the skills to work safely at height.

 

NB: 25045 is available as an additional unit standard – select the appropriate ticket when booking

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: No modules

The Working at Heights Refresher is available online or delivered in-person by one of our experienced tutors. Note that this is refreshing NZQA unit standards that you have already completed in this area. If online, it can be completed in your own time, at your own pace. An assessor will verify your competency in this area at the completion of this course.

 

 

Considering online training but still not sure that it will work for you?

  • Check out this short demo video to see how easy it is – Demo Video
  • Dedicated tutor support available via email and phone
  • Courses developed to ensure learners are successful with their assessment – 99% success rate
  • Sign in and out of the course as it suits you – your course on your schedule
  • No time-limit to complete the course
  • Every course has a ‘Nuts and Bolts’ page with guidance on how to use the course

 

 

The BeSafe Guarantee for online courses

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with your online BeSafe course that we will happily refund 100% of the course fee if you are not satisfied. See T’s & C’s

NZQA: 19359

 

All height safety equipment must be inspected prior to use by the user as well as by a Height Safety Equipment Inspector prior to use and at intervals specified within the relevant standard. This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to be able to conduct the routine visual inspections of height safety equipment.

Course outcomes:

  • Identify industrial rope access equipment.
  • Identify manufacturers’ maintenance instructions.
  • Identify manufacturers’ maintenance specifications.
  • Inspect and reject damaged and/or worn equipment.
  • Carry out maintenance procedures in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications.
  • Record equipment inspections in log book.
  • Record maintenance procedures in log book

 

NB: this course will not provide you with authorisation to conduct internal inspections or servicing of fall arrest blocks, this type of training is typically provided by the manufacturer to authorised personal.

NZQA: 17025

Carry out a rescue from an electrical structure

People credited with this unit standard are able to: describe procedures for rescue from an electrical structure; carry out rescue of a victim from an electrical structure; and report rescue from an electrical structure.

 

Pre-requsuites

Unit 23229, Use safety harness system when working at height

Unit 10509, Climb and work on electricity network structures

Unit 26551, Provide first aid for life threatening conditions

Unit 26552, Demonstrate knowledge of common first aid conditions and how to respond to them; or demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills.

Pole top rescue 3Pole top rescue 4

 

NZQA: 25044

This is a hands-on practical course where learners will be physically testing and using their breathing apparatus. Learners will go through a practical session where they will be required to complete scenarios using their BA. Note that those taking this course will need to be physically fit and clean-shaven. Specific fitness requirements include: Strength, Stamina, Agility, Determination, Health and Age. If a wearer has doubts about their capability due to one of these fitness factors the other members of the BA team must be made aware of this immediately. This course will provide you with the ability to use breathing apparatus safely when needing to work under force feed (compressed) air.

NZQA: 3058

Our expert training delivers a practical, interactive course (performing gas testing) with a range of gas testing equipment. This course is intended for people working as boiler operators and energy and chemical process operators in an energy and chemical plant. People credited with this unit standard are able to: demonstrate knowledge of gas testing and related hazards in the energy and chemical industry; perform gas tests; and interpret and respond to gas test results, in an energy and chemical plant.

NZQA: 17601

 

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.

 

Did you know that?

  • Most accidents/incidents happen, due to organisations failing to learn or retain the lessons that should have been learned from previous accidents and incidents
  • Often witnesses memories become impaired due to the loss of time span or the information may become tainted or impaired
  • All workplace accidents/incidents should be investigated as soon as possible after the occurrence of either an accident or incidence

 

NZQA: 17590

Besafe Training provides Permit Issuer training, delivered to unit standard 17590 using the Permit to Work system. This provides you with training to the highest standard and meets the requirements set within the Permit to Work Manual as well as prepares you for general permit to work systems. You will complete 3 different permits using hands-on tasks and activities to ensure you can successfully use the permit to work system.

You will learn to:

  • Explain work permit procedures and requirements
  • Ensure the need for a work permit is properly identified, and the work site is prepared accordingly
  • Issue a work permit
  • Monitor and close the work permit; and audit work permits

We will provide you with hands-on tasks and activities to ensure you can successfully use the permit to work system.

NZQA: 17588

People credited with this unit standard are able to: explain the types of work permits, the roles of those involved in the work permit system, and the requirements for receiving a work permit; explain the preparatory requirements when applying for a work permit; accept a work permit and undertake work under the permit; and describe and carry out the controls and actions to be taken at the end of a work period or upon the completion of work.

  • Meets full criteria for US17588
  • Prepares attendees to work with the permit issuer, including hands-on experience during the training
  • Trains the student in workplace management which protects People, Assets and the Environment
  • Trains the student to identify workplace hazards and put appropriate measures in place to safely manage those hazards
  • Provides practical scenarios of applying for work permit [Hotwork1, Hotwork2, Cold work] to the point of issue, and closeout on completion of the work.

Benefits of Besafe Trainings’ PTW training:

  • Qualifies staff to work on company site that use a permit to work system
  • Meets the legal obligations of HSW Act -2015,  The Resource Management Act and associated Regulations, with regard to managing a safe place of work
  • For contracting companies in particular, having staff competent at this level greatly increases a company’s chance of securing work.

Upon successful completion of the course you will:

Achieve NZQA US17588 – Apply for, accept, and carry out work according to a work permit in the workplace.

Receive a certificate and ID card stating the unit standard and Permit to Work – Receiver

NZQA: No modules

If your permit training was completed 2 years or more ago it is recommended that you complete a half day refresher programme. We will ensure you are up to date with current best practices and can apply correct techniques.

NZQA: No modules

If you completed your hazard identification and risk assessment training 2 years or more ago it is recommended that you complete a refresher programme. We will ensure you are up to date with current best practices and can apply correct techniques.

NZQA: 6401, 6402

Our Workplace First Aid course will help you to gain the confidence to provide first aid when it may be required. You will learn to assess and manage a patient for: shock, bleeding, burns, fractures, soft tissue injuries, poisonings, heart attack, asthma, stroke, seizure and diabetes.

You will also be able to provide basic life support through CPR and management of a foreign body airway obstruction (choking).

Recommended for all in the workplace

NZQA: 6400, 6401, 6402

Our one day Advanced Workplace First Aid course will help you to gain the confidence to provide first aid when it may be required for more than one patient in an emergency. You will learn to assess and manage multiple patients for: shock, bleeding, burns, fractures, soft tissue injuries, poisonings, heart attack, asthma, stroke, seizure and diabetes.

You will also be able to provide basic life support through CPR and management of a foreign body airway obstruction (choking).

This course is delivered as a 1 day course with pre-learning (Blended)

Recommended for senior staff, designated first aiders, health and safety managers and/or represent.

NZQA: No modules

 

If your first aid certificate is due to expire come and refresh your first aid skills with Besafe Training on our first aid refresher course. Refresher training is required every 2 years.

Our first aid refresher course will bring you up to date and ensure you can provide effective first aid when it may be required.

Our CPR Mannequins are equipped with the latest technology to provide real-time feedback which has been shown to improve CPR skill acquisition and performance.

You will learn to assess and manage a patient for: shock, bleeding, burns, fractures, soft tissue injuries, poisonings, heart attack, asthma, stroke, seizure and diabetes.

You will also be able to provide basic life support through CPR and management of a foreign body airway obstruction (choking).

NZQA: 3271, 4647

This course is primarily for personnel whose duties involve fire and rescue response in the workplace and will also be relevant to other learners who anticipate the need to use hand-held fire extinguishers in industrial or domestic situations. People credited with these unit standards are able to demonstrate knowledge of the basic principles of the chemistry of fire and the basic principles of the physics of fire, the fire classes and fire suppression techniques, and select and implement a strategy to deal with fire.

NZQA: 18408

People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of evacuation requirements for a particular workplace or site, and explain the duties of a Fire and Emergency Warden.

NZQA: 4647

This unit standard is primarily for personnel whose duties involve fire and rescue response in the workplace and will also be relevant to other learners who anticipate the need to use hand-held fire extinguishers in industrial or domestic situations. People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of the basic principles of the chemistry of fire and the basic principles of the physics of fire.


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