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Occupational Health and Safety
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This qualification is designed for all industries and has a flexible structure to meet different needs. It is intended that safety supervisors, co-ordinators or team leaders will be the main candidates for the qualification. The content assumes the candidate is a holder of the National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Workplace Safety) (Level 3) [Ref: 0801] or has equivalent experience, and as such has a good grounding in safety specific practices within industry. The Compulsory and Elective A sections of the qualification focus on the practical management of occupational safety and health in the workplace, while the Elective B section allows candidates to select skills and knowledge relevant to their sector of industry.
After successful completion of the National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Coordination) (Level 4) graduates will have the skills, knowledge and attributes to be able to Implement a hazard management system, methods for controlling plant and machinery hazards and a health and safety plan for a workplace. Plan and conduct an occupational health and safety management systems audit for a business operation. Perform health and safety roles and manage requirements for contractors to perform work on a site. Investigate and document workplace incidents, accidents and injuries Implement and facilitate claims lodgement, interventions, injury management and rehabilitation processes within the workplace.
Further studies in health and safety.
Perform health and safety roles and manage requirements for contractors to perform work on a site.
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Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Co-ordination) for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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