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Safety Supervisor

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This course is designed for employees who are required to oversee/monitor the safety of workers on a work site.

This course uses case studies to take participants through the complexities of the WHS laws to identify and understand WHS obligations and responsibilities (duty of care), enabling employers and employees to develop the skills and knowledge to enable them to act as ‘safety supervisors’. 


On completion of the course you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of WHS issues
  • Identify the legal requirements for employers and managers
  • Establish representation in the workplace
  • Explain the relationship between management system failures and the immediate causes of accidents
  • Demonstrate how to identify hazards and assess risks in the workplace and identify means of controlling risks using the hierarchy of controls

If successful you will receive a Statement of Attendance and a plastic wallet card.

  • Classroom participation
  • 2 days (16 hours)
Entry requirements
  • English reading, writing and speaking skills
  • Completion of the Construction Industry Common Safety Induction Course (White Card)
  • Civil Construction experience

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Course Dates

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Start Date End Date Location Cost
Mon 27th Apr 2020 at 9:00AM Tue 28th Apr 2020 Adelaide Full Price (Inc GST) $635.00 Register
Wed 17th Jun 2020 at 9:00AM Thu 18th Jun 2020 Adelaide Full Price (Inc GST) $635.00 Register