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OHS for property managers is a Course

OHS for property managers

Starts Aug 17, 2020

$400 Enroll

Full course description

Date and Time 

Session oneTuesday 18 August 2020, 9.30 am to 12.30 pm 

Session twoTuesday 15 September 2020, 9.30 to 12.30 pm 

Venue 

Online  - a zoom link will be available 24 hours prior to the event 

Audience   

This learning event is right for you if you are an in-house maintenance head, groundsman, or specialist program manager, such as farm, vineyard or restaurants operator. It is also suitable for Heads of Art, Science, Performing Arts and Outdoor Education departments. 

Description 

This two half-day program is aimed at giving participants a fuller understanding of specific OHS regulations, risk management techniques and accepted best practice in a school environment to ensure regulatory compliance. The session will explore the following topics: OHS risk management and best practice – work permits, SWMS and risk assessmentsThere will be a  heavy focus on OHS regulations including: plant and machineryprevention of fallschemical management – hazardous substances and dangerous goodsnoisemanual handlingconfined spaceshigh risk workelectrical safety testing and tagging and supervision of contractors. 

Occupational health and safety (OHS) is just as important in schools as any other workplace. Schools that have good OHS practices can inspire other employers and employees to strive for similar outcomes. 

WorkSafe website 

Key Takeaways 

  • understanding of the requirements of risk management and useful tools
  • awareness of the OHS regulations and compliance measures
  • understanding of OHS obligations when managing contracts. 

Presenter Information  

An OHS consultant from Willis Towers Watson Workplace Risk 

The Willis Towers Watson Workplace Risk Practice provides specialist Workers' Compensation and Safety solutions to Australian businesses. 

Their Workplace Risk team has a proven track record in obtaining premium reductions for Australian Businesses. This success is attributed to the application of Sustained Performance Improvement Model and their 'partnership' approach with employers and other key stakeholders.