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Not all training is 'Nationally recognised'. There are many courses for which informal training is adequate, commonly known as non-accredited training. The LMS offers some options through the use of Guidance Notes and Safe Operating Procedure videos and reference materials.
The toolbox talk sessions are a guided meeting which include a relevant video to promote discussions at meetings about safety topics. The guided meeting approach ensures relevance to the organisation and allows the chairperson to move along at a pace matching the group and/or the task.
It is hard to find stunt actors who will die every day for the training cause; also everyone understands that certain characters are always the 'bad guys' such as 'Coyote' from the 'Road Runner' cartoons, so we have developed various animations as an effective way to connect with the student to stimulate interest.
To meet their duties under the new harmonised legislation all PCBU must conduct consultative meetings giving workers a reasonable opportunity to express views, and taking those views into account before making decisions on health and safety matters. This module has animated characters to deliver the meetings for you.
Often PCBU should provide some level of training in self-defence or protection. These short courses delivered as video can offer such an opportunity
The monitor & review process for business is conducted by performing inspections. We provide a tool or checklist for this task. This is a practical way to demonstrate to students the process.
All Hazardous chemicals present hazards and risks for workers. A PCBU must ensure workers are trained in the use of these chemicals by reviewing the Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and writing Safe Operating procedures.