Health and safety
$230 + GST
- Recovre is approved by Comcare under the WHS Act 2011 to provide the 1 Day HSR Refresher course (Approval number: HSR014). This one day course has been designed to refresh participant’s knowledge and skills they require to effectively and efficiently carry out their roles as Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) or Deputy Health and Safety Representatives (DHSRs). HSR training equips participants with the confidence, skills and knowledge to understand and effectively exercise their powers under the current WHS Legislation.
- Please note, during the COVID-19 pandemic - Recovre is approved to deliver the Refresher course in an online format. This will be delivered by Zoom and the times are AEST (please keep this into account when registering interstate). Fees include a certificate of attendance and materials posted to your desired address.
- In order to finalise registrations we require the participants mobile number and best address to post the folder to. we request you provide that via email to us or in the space below.
- Looking for the Initial 5 Day Comcare Approved HSR Course?
Who should attend?Entitlements to attend these courses: Under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (section 72): All elected HSRs and Deputy HSRs (DHSR’s) who have completed the Initial course of training, are entitled to undertake the Comcare approved HSR Refresher Training course and choose their training course in consultation with their PCBU (for each year they hold office). A PCBU, if requested, must allow an elected HSR and elected Deputy HSR to attend a Comcare approved HSR Refresher Training Course on paid time, pay the cost of the course and any other associated costs. Under WHS legislation, PCBUs must not obstruct or prevent HSR’s from attending an approved course of their choice. Fees for this course includes catering, materials and certificate of attendance. Managers & Supervisors may choose to attend but no legislative requirement for these groups.
Course contentKey topics:
- The WHS legislative framework
- Legislative obligations and duties of key parties
- Representation in the workplace
- Role of the WHS Inspector
- Consultation and communication
- Issue Resolution
- Risk Management and application to case studies