WHS

A Site Manager's Role in Implementing a WHS Site Management Plan

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Course Summary

This course will explain the Site Manager’s role & responsibility in implementing the WHS site management plan including:

  • The purpose of the SMP, and how it fits into the project plan 
  • Legal obligations
  • Organising Induction of employees, subcontractors , visitors
  • Organising drafting and enforcement of site rules & SWMS’s
  • Driving development of site traffic management and signage 
  • Holding regular communication to employees and subcontractors
  • Reporting notifiable incidents to “manager of managers"
  • Enforcing incident reporting and coordinating significant incident investigations 
  • Coordinating training needs analysis and following up on training to employees  

At the end of the course, the participant will understand his/ her WHS obligations and role in the implementation of the WHS site management plan. 

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