Training in work health and safety (WHS) and workers compensation are an important part of achieving a safe workplace and effective injury management.
The person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) also have a responsibility to provide all workers (including casuals, labour hire, contractors, volunteers etc) with suitable training, instructions and supervision so they can do their job safely.
WHS training and assessment
Work health and safety (WHS) training is an important component of an effective WHS management system.
You can search online for WorkCover approved training providers for:
Training and assessment providers
WorkCover accredited assessors and approved Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) and training providers must ensure they meet all their responsibilities and the required standards of behaviour when delivering their training and assessment services.
It is the responsibility of service providers to make certain that they act in accordance with the standards and the trust placed in them by the community.
For information on conduct and compliance, trainers for general construction induction, high risk work, asbestos removal, entry permit holder and health and safety representative training should refer to their approval manual.
Call Third Party Management on 1800 855 969 for further information about the standards required from trainers and assessors.
Workers compensation training
WorkCover supports a range of training and education initiatives for NSW workers compensation industry professionals, including:
Call 13 10 50 for further information about training and assessment requirements.