The BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety program is for those working as supervisors, WHS personnel, or workers in any WHS-related role who manage risks, need to apply relevant WHS laws, and contribute to WHS within the workplace.
Regardless of the industry, leaders have a legal obligation to keep people safe and therefore WHS qualified people are needed in almost every business.
Delivered through our Safety Dimensions division, this program is available either in-person or through our LDN-i platform, a live, facilitator-led, interactive training environment over an internet-connected computer or device. We can also customise this program for your workplace and industry and deliver it anywhere in Australia.
In the BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety program you will:
- Gain an understanding of how to meet your personal – and your organisation’s legal and compliance obligations;
- Learn about hazard identification, risk management and effective WHS management of subcontractors;
- Learn to assist with responding to incidents and assisting with workplace monitoring processes;
- Understand the process of incident investigation;
- Contribute to implementing and maintaining WHS consultation and participation processes;
- Learn how to have powerful safety conversations that empower people to take accountability for their own safety behaviours;
- Learn to show leadership in the workplace and how to lead teams;
- Become more employable by gaining an accredited qualification in safety;
- Learn to demonstrate your staff are trained to uphold high safety standards – a contributing factor in your business winning more work;
- Undertake assessments that are relevant to your workplace and industry; and
- Learn with a group of peers from across different industries.
The standard 8 days of training is broken into 4 modules, however, the program can be customised to your organisation’s needs and timeline. For example, the program can be taken in consecutive days, broken into half-day sessions or delivered with gaps in between to allow participants to practice skills learnt in each module back at their workplace, supported by an expert management facilitator.