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    Health & Safety: Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace: Slips, Trips & Falls

    Certificate Approved by WWISE
    Course Duration
    10 Minutes
    12 months access

    Course Summary

    Except for motor vehicle accidents, falls at work are the most common form of workplace injury. This video course will help you recognize various falling hazards and take some simple steps to prevent injury. We’ll also cover some very ineffective ways to prevent slips, trips & falls, because seeing the wrong way to do things is a lot more entertaining than only talking about the right way to do them.

    Who Should Attend?

    • Health and Safety Officer
    • Team leader/Supervisor/Foreman
    • Health and Safety Representative
    • Risk Assessor
    • Team working in confined spaces

    Course Objectives

    • Show multiple strategies for avoiding slips, trips, falls in the workplace
    • Identify simple preventative techniques for eliminating the conditions that typically cause them

    Course Modules

    Except for motor vehicle accidents, falls at work are the most common form of workplace injury. This video course will help you recognize various falling hazards and take some simple steps to prevent injury. We’ll also cover some very ineffective ways to prevent slips, trips & falls, because seeing the wrong way to do things is a lot more entertaining than only talking about the right way to do them.

    Benefits

    • Recognise the importance of communicating hazards in the workplace
    • Identify the components of your company’s hazard communication plan
    • Identify the information that must be included on hazardous substance labels

    Certification

    • Certificate of competence
    • Certificate of attendance

    Assessment

    • If applicable, an assessment at the end of the course will be required.
    • A minimum of 60% is to be achieved to attain a competence certificate.
    • If you achieve lower than 60% but get between 40 – 59% a second attempt will become available.
    • If you get lower than 40% and fail the second attempt, you will need to re-purchase the course.
    • If applicable an attendance certificate will be awarded to you.