Workplace Health and Safety Courses to Kickstart Your Health and Safety Career
- August 31, 2016
- Posted by: Rose_TrainingOZ15
- Category: Rose Training Blog
Creating and maintaining a safe work environment is crucial for every organisation and every industry, and that’s what makes workplace health and safety courses a valuable addition to your CV.
If you’re interested in gaining qualifications in health and safety to kickstart or upgrade your career, we can help you decide which of our occupational health and safety courses is right for you.
Why should I take an occupational health and safety course?
Whether you work in retail, business, mining, construction, logistics or the military, workplace health and safety plays a crucial, behind-the-scenes role. What’s more, each organisation has unique safety needs. A recognised occupational health and safety course will equip you with knowledge and skills you’ll need to manage workplace health and safety issues effectively.
Rose Training offers three highly regarded occupational health and safety courses. These health training courses provide different levels of expertise, can be tailored to your industry, and are designed to meet Australia’s rigorous health and safety standards.
I want to become a senior occupational health and safety practitioner
The Diploma of Work Health and Safety qualifies you to make decisions on workplace health and safety at a managerial or organisational level. This course provides a high level understanding of how to effectively deal with occupational health and safety issues, including a deep understanding of the legislation involved. This diploma can be tailored to any industry relevant to the learner.
The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety is an entry level course that equips you to identify and act upon hazards and risks within the workplace, as well as provide leadership and guidance to work colleagues on safety issues.
If you have qualifications within a certain industry, this course will enable you to become a work health and safety officer in your field.
I want to become a Health Safety Representative in my workplace
The Health Safety Representative course qualifies you to act as an organisation’s Health and Safety Representative (HSR) or Deputy HSR, as mandated by Queensland’s Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act 2011. This course is perfect for line managers and managers who assume responsibility for employees’ safety.
To find out more about our workplace health and safety courses, get in touch with the friendly team at Rose Training via phone, email or using our live chat.