Industrial Site Training

 

Safety Observer

Course Overview

Safety Observers hold key responsibilities for workplace safety by performing no other duties other than maintaining observation over hazardous work sites where others may be working.

In the course we cover work permits and their procedures which dictate where a Safety Observer is required to control, monitor and maintain safety for the work. Permit work and hazardous environments are covered, Safety Observer role and responsibilities as these relate to other workers and emergency response measures.

We include a mix of theory and practical scenarios using our purpose- built training facility.

NZQA Units

17596:   Demonstrate knowledge of Safety Observer responsibilities in the workplace

Duration

One Day

Price

Group booking on your site or ours, available on request

Attendee numbers

Maximum of 12

Entry Criteria

Open.  People who have been exposed to work in confined spaces will benefit from this course.

 

Extremes of Temperatures

Course Overview

Working in extremes of temperature, either hot or cold, poses a risk to the health and safety of workers.

This course is designed to ensure that participants know the effects on their body, of work in hot and cold conditions. It includes legal requirements, (Worksafe guidelines), the human body and how it regulates temperature, assessing the thermal environment, heat stress and strain, controlling hot and cold stress, risk management and planning required before working in extreme environments.

The course will suit people who are required to work in hot and/or cold conditions.

NZQA Units

17585:   Demonstrate knowledge of working safely in extremes of temperature

Duration

One Day

Price

Group booking on your site or ours, available on request

Attendee numbers

Maximum of 12

Entry Criteria

Open

 

Workplace Health and Safety

Course Overview

Health and Safety is everyone’s business.

This course is applicable to people seeking to join the workforce and people who are already employed.

The training provides an introduction to workplace health and safety. The Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 outlines responsibilities for Persons in charge of a workplace or undertaking, (PCBU), Workers and others.

This course covers these legal responsibilities, Personal protective equipment (PPE) hazard identification and the process of managing risk.

It may be delivered in conjunction with unit standard 17593 which builds on our basic knowledge to lead into, practical ways of applying safe work practice in the work place.

NZQA Units

497:   Demonstrate Knowledge of workplace health and safety requirements

Duration

Half Day

Price

Group booking on your site or ours, available on request

Attendee numbers

Maximum of 12 – 20

Entry Criteria

Open

Industrial Site Training Courses

Please contact us directly if you are wanting group bookings or you are looking for alternative scheduled date to the ones currently available.

Cancellation Policy:  Cancellations are accepted via phone or email only.  Registrations not cancelled by 10 am, two days prior to the course will require payment.  However, substitutions are welcome.