CPD - Continuing Professional Development

The requirement for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) was introduced on 1 January 2016 by WorkSafe and was set out in the gazette notice.

Key learning areas covered in the CPD course is:

Leadership

  • Managing errors.
  • Understand the concepts and principles of error.
  • Understand predisposing factors that can create unsafe acts and unsafe conditions.
  • Classify types of human error.
  • Reason Human Error theory
  • Workplace practices how human factors contributed to an incident.
  • How can we manage differently to reduce error.

Legislation

  • Health and Safety at Work Act 2015
  • Legislative framework
  • Key parts of the HSW Act 2015
  • Types of PCBU’s
  • Responsibilities of duty holders
  • PCBU Responsibilities
  • Your role
  • Worker responsibilities
  • Notifiable Events
  • Types of Notifiable Events
  • Reporting
  • Preserving scene

Safety Systems, Isolations Systems 

  • Legislation requirement pertaining to Isolation and Lockouts (LOTO)
  • The purpose of isolations.
  • The types of energy sources including stored energy.
  • Responsibilities of Lock-holder, Authorised Persons and Isolation Leaders.
  • How Responsibilities relate to the Permit To Work System
  • Equipment associated with isolations.
  • The Individual Isolation Procedure.
  • The Group Isolation Procedure.
  • The Authorised Removal of a Personal Padlock.
  • Isolation Breaches.

Emergency Management 

  • Understand the Coordinated Incident Management System (CIMS ) and the integration with site Emergency Plans
  • Legislation requirements in management of emergencies.
  • Types of site emergencies.
  • Emergency logistics and resources.
  • Tasks required to be carried out.
  • Review of duty cards to assist in dealing with emergencies.

Contact our office on 0800 270 959 for more information for onsite training options.

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CPD - Continuing Professional Development

The requirement for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) was introduced on 1 January 2016 by WorkSafe and was set out in the gazette notice.

Key learning areas covered in the CPD course is:

Leadership

  • Managing errors.
  • Understand the concepts and principles of error.
  • Understand predisposing factors that can create unsafe acts and unsafe conditions.
  • Classify types of human error.
  • Reason Human Error theory
  • Workplace practices how human factors contributed to an incident.
  • How can we manage differently to reduce error.

Legislation

  • Health and Safety at Work Act 2015
  • Legislative framework
  • Key parts of the HSW Act 2015
  • Types of PCBU’s
  • Responsibilities of duty holders
  • PCBU Responsibilities
  • Your role
  • Worker responsibilities
  • Notifiable Events
  • Types of Notifiable Events
  • Reporting
  • Preserving scene

Safety Systems, Isolations Systems 

  • Legislation requirement pertaining to Isolation and Lockouts (LOTO)
  • The purpose of isolations.
  • The types of energy sources including stored energy.
  • Responsibilities of Lock-holder, Authorised Persons and Isolation Leaders.
  • How Responsibilities relate to the Permit To Work System
  • Equipment associated with isolations.
  • The Individual Isolation Procedure.
  • The Group Isolation Procedure.
  • The Authorised Removal of a Personal Padlock.
  • Isolation Breaches.

Emergency Management 

  • Understand the Coordinated Incident Management System (CIMS ) and the integration with site Emergency Plans
  • Legislation requirements in management of emergencies.
  • Types of site emergencies.
  • Emergency logistics and resources.
  • Tasks required to be carried out.
  • Review of duty cards to assist in dealing with emergencies.

Contact our office on 0800 270 959 for more information for onsite training options.

BOOK NOW

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