WHS for Supervisors, Managers in the Construction Industry

Date: 24 January 2020

Time: 12:00pm-4:00pm

Location: MBA Head Office, 1 Iron Knob St, Fyshwick

WHS for Supervisors, Managers in the Construction Industry

There is increased demand for your Supervisors and Managers to be more informed and aware about making principle decisions within the ACT. This course covers management of incidents, SWMSs and undertaking WHS Inspections. This workshop will cover a range of areas from writing SWMSs and Risk Assessments to Decision making principles within WHS ACT 2011.

MBA have designed this 4 hour course to ensure your management team is across all of the above areas and more.

This 4 hour workshop presented by MBA Group Training will help your site management team to be across a range of areas. The topics included are:

I. Decision making Principals within the WHS ACT 2011, WHS Regulations 2011, NSW WHS Regulations 2017, Codes of Practice, Australian Standards, guidance material and policies & procedures.
ii. Consultation with all parties.
iii. Management of Incidents.
iv. Take part in a construction site's safety committee.
v. Undertake WHS inspections/safety walks on a construction site.
vi. Write SWMs & Risk Assessments

Date: Contact 6175 5900 for dates
Cost: $170.00 member $200.00 non-member rate (TFA Rebate will apply for eligible applicants)
CPD - You will receive 4 CPD Points on completion of the workshop

To register complete the attached enrolment form and send to training@mba.org.au

Before you register online you will need to have:

  • Your Unique Student Identifier (USI). If you do not have one you will need to have either one of the following - Medicare card, birth certificate, driver licence, Australian passport, citizenship document, certificate of registration by descent, ImmiCard or Australian entry visa during this online process.
  • A Visa or Mastercard.

If you require any further assistance please contact

Ph: (02) 6175 5900
Fax: (02) 6280 9118
Email: training@mba.org.au

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For more information about this event, visit www.mba.org.au