2018 Dates

This course is available upon request

 

 

Conduct Hazard Analysis (MSMWHS201)

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COURSE OVERVIEW  

JSEA's are becoming more common in industry and as such it is important that those completing them have the knowledge and skills to do so correctly.

This might be done as an indedendant activity in order to identify hazards and the appropriate hazard controls, or it might be done as a part of a broader process, such as idntifying and applying for permits required for a specific job.

LEARNING OUTCOMES  
  • Legislative, organisation and site requirements and procedures
  • Speak clearly and directly, listen carefully to instructions and information, respond to and clarify directions
  • Collect, analyse and organise information
  • Access, interpret and apply site information
  • Work with other team members
  • Apply teamwork to a range of situations
  • Apply problem solving skills and decision making skills
  • Show initiative in adapting to changing work conditions or contexts
  • Apply time management
  • Take responsibility for self organisation of work priorities
  • Apply mathematical skills to perform a basic risk ranking of hazards
  • Interpret and apply safety data sheets (SDS)
  • Knowledge of risk management processes and methods, including: identifying hazards, assessing risks, determining acceptability of risks, identifying controls
  • AS/NZS 4360 Risk Management
  • Specific work site risk management procedures
  • Specific work site safety systems information
  • Specific work site communication, reporting and recording procedures
VOCATIONAL OUTCOMES  

Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to consider the following job roles:

  • Supervisory positions
  • Part of a workplace safety committee
  • Writting JSEA's and SWMS

    This unit is appropriate for those working in:

  • Civil Construction and Manufacturing
  • Mining, Oil and Gas Industries
  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS  

    Safety Boots or Enclosed footwear, suitable attire, a pen/pencil.

    DELIVERY AND DURATION  

    Duration - Four (4) Hours

    Time - 8.30am to 12.30pm

    Conduct Hazard Analysis is open to the public and can be delivered on your site or ours. Learners will receive training in both theory and practical activities. Morning tea/coffee is provided when delivered at TTA. Please advise office of any dietary requirements

    RPL/LEARNING PATHWAYS  

    RPL is not offered. This UOC is from the MSA Training Package. For further information refer to the industry skills council of Australia www.ivet.com.au