This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to assist with managing the work health and safety (WHS) implications of using contractors. It involves identifying contractor duties, establishing organisational WHS compliance requirements associated with those duties, establishing and communicating the requirements expected of contractors, monitoring contractor compliance with WHS requirements, and implementing required responses to identified non-compliance.
The unit applies to those who work in a broad range of WHS roles across all industries in organisations that use contractors to supply services, including labour hire and temporary workers, cleaning, catering, security, maintenance, repairs, installations and alterations, and major contracts and projects, as relevant to the organisation. This includes casual and volunteer workers. It does not cover visitors, or outworkers or suppliers of goods, materials or products to workplaces.
The course is contextualised for the Metalliferous Mining Industry in NSW, Australia.
1. Prepare for contractor WHS induction
2. Assist with contractor WHS induction process
3. Assist with monitoring contractor WHS compliance requirements
4. Assist with addressing contractor WHS non-compliance
To obtain this Statement of Attainment, candidates must successfully complete the required assessment tasks.
There are a range of qualifications that include this Unit – for more information refer to : https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/BSBWHS418
Theory and practical evidence required to be submitted. This course is ideal for personnel with experience in the minerals industry who have not got formal qualifications in this type of Unit. Your current experience and application of these types of processes on site will go towards your assessment (i.e.) attach evidence of how you apply these processes on site.
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