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How the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 impacts all people managers within a Civil organisation.
Understanding and interpreting the Work Health and Safety Act -
- Principles that apply to duties
- What is reasonably practicable
- What is Primary Duty of Care
- Further Duties of PCBU
- Offences and Penalties
- Incidents notifications
How the Work Health and Safety Act is impacts on organisational behaviours -
- Consultation, cooperation and coordination between duty holders
- Health and Safety representatives
- Right to cease work and issue resolution
- WHS entry permits and Inspectors
- Notices and enforcement measures
- WHS civil penalty provisions
Participants will develop knowledge on their organisational requirements relating to WHS. This includes a focus on understanding how WHS impacts directors and officers - their legal obligations, potential offences and penalties. Actionable outcomes include understanding how to develop behaviours and a culture of safety while ensuring compliance with the Work Health and Safety Act.
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