Hazard ID Workshops

We have found in our regular visits to organisations as well as feedback from our clients that their people have limited knowledge of how to identify a hazard in the workplace. Additionally once a hazard is identified their people are unsure of the correct process and policy compliance. To overcome this problem we have developed a 4 hour training course that is delivered in two parts:

  1. Classroom training: that teaches the types of hazards that occur in the workplace, how to identify them and the correct process to take when reporting a hazard. The training asks the student working within groups to determine the hazards in their work area and assists them in problem solving to apply their knowledge of the company’s policy and procedures for hazard reporting.
  2. Workplace training: that takes the students on a walk through their work areas to actively identify hazards. The hazard reporting processes are reiterated and reinforced.

 

The feedback from the courses run so far include:

“We didn’t realise how many of our people didn’t recognise a hazard until we ran this workshop”

“This is an exceptionally good forum where our experienced staff can interact with our new people and share their knowledge”

 

Course Details

Hazard Identification Training

Duration: 4 hours – 2 hours in group training and 2 hours of workplace ‘photograph’ inspection
Venue: In house
Comments: 5-25 participants to a session

Key Benefits
The course will cover:

  • Defining a workplace hazard
  • Identifying hazards specific to the employees work area
  • Identifying the company’s policies and processes for hazard reporting

 

 

Hazard Management Training

Duration: 4 hours group workshops
Venue: In house
Comments: 5-25 participants to a session

Key Benefits
The course will cover:

  • Analysing the hazards identified in the previous Hazard Identification workshops
  • Developing strategies to successfully manage hazards on site
  • Encouraging application of these strategies and current site procedures to improve whole of site safety performance