Archive | Health and Safety Training

Safety Slogans

Creating Useful Safety Slogans Accidents in the workplace are an unfortunate occurrence, but can be prevented with some foresight. Many Health and Safety departments have long since tried to find the perfect way to ensure the safety of workers that is not only easy, but also cost affordable. However, it can be difficult to determine […]

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Worksafe: WA model WHS legislation on its way

August 2014  On 12 August 2014, the Minister for Commerce, Hon Michael Mischin MLC announced that a Western Australian version of the model Work Health and Safety (WHS) bill would be introduced shortly into State Parliament.  This will be in the form of a green bill, which will be released for a consultation period of three […]

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National work health and safety guidance material released

July 2014  Safe Work Australia have just released nine packages of national guidance material to support the model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act and WHS Regulations. The topics are: Workplace traffic management Managing cash-in-transit security risks Managing risks in forestry operations Industrial lift trucks Amusement devices Safe design, manufacture, import and supply of plant […]

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Dumb Ways to Die

Check out the 2012 safety campaign for Metro Trains in Melbourne, which become an international YouTube sensation. The quirky clip called ‘Dumb Ways to Die’ features animated characters killing themselves in a number of ‘dumb’ ways and was made to highlight the importance of being safe around trains. It has become one of the most […]

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Yara Pilbara chief calls for industry-wide safety training

16 April 2014 Yara Pilbara chief executive Mark Loquan has called for industry standardised safety training for mine site workers in Western Australia. Mr Loquan raised the idea at the Chamber of Minerals and Energy health and safety conference in Perth on Monday morning. He told delegates that the onshore sector is lagging behind the […]

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Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management

The Certificate IV in Securityand Risk Management (SRM) is a sought after qualification. Many of us are involved in Risk management on a daily basis as we identify risks to ourselves, our families and our colleagues; whether in the home, in the car, at the shops or in the workplace. A Certificate IV in Security […]

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Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety

The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety (WHS) is a new course that supersedes the old Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety and provides a thorough familiarisation with the new Model Work Health and Safety Act 2011. This much sought after qualification is for both private and public sectors, as most employers require […]

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On Site Support and Health and Safety Training in Perth

USSA Global specialise in providing both Health and Safety On Site Support and Training Services. On Site Support When times require additional HSE competencies and support, the gap can be filled by appointing a fully qualified USSA HSE Consultant. Examples of such a requirement could include: expansion, to cover periods of leave of existing staff, […]

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AU Cert IV Training Courses

USSA have released dates for the first two Australian Accredited HSE Training Courses. The courses are: Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety (WHS) beginning January 2014. This new course supersedes the old Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety. The second course being offered in the sought after Certificate IV in Security & Risk Management (SRM) […]

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Health and Safety Training Workshops in New Zealand

USSA Global will shortly be offering Health and Safety Training workshops in New Zealand. As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), USSA Global can provide employers and employees with essential Health and Safety Training for the workplace. New Zealand is currently undergoing one of the most significant reforms to its health and safety legislation and enforcement […]

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