WHS Legislation training

This highly engaging and interactive course introduces all levels of your workforce to the WHS laws and their legal WHS duties in the workplace. More importantly, it provides some of the pro-active actions they can take to keep themselves, their colleagues, and contractors safe and avoid workplace incidents and the threat of litigation and prosecution.

Course participants will gain a greater understanding of why we have WHS laws, and explore key concepts embedded in WHS legislation such as due diligence and reasonably practicable, via real world prosecution case studies. Recent changes and future updates to WHS legislation are also discussed.

Key topics:

  • WHS Statistics – what is killing and injuring people at work.
  • Overview of WHS Laws.
  • Codes of Practice.
  • Key WHS duty holders and their duties.
  • Exploring the terms due diligence and reasonably practicable.
  • Powers and functions of the WHS Regulator.
  • WHS penalties for non-compliance.
  • Being pro-active.
  • Rewards for working safely.
  • Upcoming changes to WHS legislation.

Course Details:

Course Duration: 2.5 hours

Delivery methods: This training is delivered on site (face to face) for corporate groups. We can also deliver the course to your group via Zoom.

On-site courses can be delivered in Sydney and across NSW. Our trainers can travel to Melbourne, Brisbane, and Canberra.

Inclusions: Training with a qualified and experienced instructor, quality course notes, and a certificate of attendance.

Class sizes: Up to 15 participants per class.

CPD Points: 2

To find out more or register, simply call us on 02-9501-1516, or  Request a Quote

Client feedback

“Succinct, relevant, engaging and thought provoking – an excellent presentation” J.Pidcock – Lipman.

“Very informative and how you broke the session up with examples and kept us engaged was great. I really enjoyed it” Z. Hilliar – Lipman.

Other courses you may be interested in:  WHS Due Diligence for Senior Managers This training is designed for all company directors and senior executives who want a short but practical overview or presentation of their WHS obligations and how to meet them.