The Certificate IV in OHS is nationally recognised training that will give you the practical skills to work in Occupational Health and Safety. It will boost your knowledge on how to contribute to the management of OHS in the workplace, identify and mitigate risks, and apply a systematic approach to safety.
Who is this course for?
This course is ideal if you are currently working in an OHS role (such as WHS Officer, WHS Coordinator or WHS Committee member) and you are seeking to expand, or achieve formal recognition of your existing skills and knowledge. The Certificate IV in OHS is also relevant if you have some responsibility for safety in the workplace or if you would like to pursue a career in safety.
The Cert IV in OHS is generally the minimum requirement to work in health and safety.
There are nine units
|Six core units|
|BSBOHS401B||Contribute to the implementation of a systematic approach to managing OHS|
|BSBOHS402B||Contribute to the implementation of the OHS consultation process|
|BSBOHS403B||Identify hazards and assess OHS risks|
|BSBOHS404B||Contribute to the implementation of strategies to control OHS risk|
|BSBOHS408A||Assist with compliance with OHS and other relevant laws|
|BSBOHS405B||Contribute to the implementation of emergency procedures|
|Three Elective Units|
|BSBOHS407A||Monitor a safe workplace|
|BSBRSK401A||Identify Risk and apply risk management processes|
|BSBOHS307B||Participate in OHS investigations|
Additional units are available for corporate groups.