Our scheduled programs can be tailored to suit your business needs by incorporating your policies, procedures and goals into your safety management system. Ai Group Training Services solutions go beyond compliance and focus on industry best practice.
Together with parent company Ai Group's leadership in policy and our high-quality facilitators, we can provide you with tailored safety and workers compensation training solutions.
Whether you require one of our nationally recognised training courses, health and safety representative training, onsite customised options or a short course program, Ai Group Training Services is here to help.
Nationally Recognised Training
Accredited training in Work Health and Safety is available. For further information please contact email@example.com, phone 1300 13 47 56 or visit rto.aigroup.com.au.
Health and Safety Representation
To exercise powers and rights as an HSR effectively, it is essential that HSRs (and Deputy HSRs) receive training. This WorkSafe approved 5 Day training course aims to provide HSRs with the skills, knowledge and confidence to represent their designed work group and to help make their workplace safer.
This WorkSafe approved HSR Refresher course is an opportunity to revisit aspects of the HSR Initial OHS Training Course. Share your HSR experiences over the past year with other HSRs.
This five day course is intended to provide Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) with the knowledge and skills necessary to apply the principles of workplace consultation on work health and safety matters as required under the WHS Act 2011.
Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) are entitled to attend a 1-day refresher course each year during their term of office to gain a revision of the key elements covered in their 5-day HSR training.
Safety Performance and Improvement
Ai Group's Safety training for managers and supervisors is a one-day program that can equip your managers with the fundamentals of safety management. Roles and responsibilities, consultation, risk management and communication are several of the key topics.
As of 1 January 2013 the harmonised Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws have been adopted in all Australian jurisdictions with the exception of Western Australia and Victoria.This interactive seminar expertly reviews the finalised Act and Regulations and demonstrates compliance requirements.
At this seminar you will hear from experts who will help you to understand Officer due diligence requirements under the WHS Act. This includes a practical approach to discharging these obligations.
This customised program provides an overview of Safety Legislation and in particular consultation. It also covers the role of committee members as safety leaders, working effectively as a team and how the committee can make a difference in workplace safety.
This onsite training is a 'hands-on' manual handling program which educates workers on the essential theory followed by a practical application of these concepts in their workplace.
This onsite training provides a brief overview of the current OHS legislation, the basics of office ergonomics and manual handling. Participants engage in a practical activities at their workstation and learn the importance of stretching and exercise.
This program covers the legislative requirement for risk management including managers and supervisor roles and responsibilities and the importance in demonstrating duty of care and due diligence.
This hands-on Traffic Management Planning Workshop aims to provide participants with an understanding of Australian Standard 2359.2 2013 Powered industrial trucks Part 2: Operations, and to engage in finding solutions to traffic management issues.
This program is led by an expert electrical engineer specialising in plant safety and risk assessment, with a specific focus on control systems and machine guarding.
This program covers the key essentials required for incident investigation including capturing losses through "no fault, no blame" recognition & reporting, leadership and culture, human error and improving systemic contributions to organisational resilience.
Workers Compensation Training
Managing workers compensation across multiple jurisdictions can be a difficult task. Recognising the challenges, Ai Group has developed a one-day training program, supported by an easy to follow resource tool, which will enable you to confidently navigate through the legislative and administrative requirements for these four states - NSW, QLD, SA and VIC
Changes to workers' compensation legislation in 2013 removed compulsory training requirements, but employers still need to ensure that the RRTWC is 'appropriately qualified' to carry out their role.
Ai Group can train your Return to Work Co-ordinator to give them the skills they need to effectively manage workers back to work promptly while meeting legislative requirements
This workshop takes a hands-on approach in working through a series of instructive case studies, and offers a valuable opportunity to hear from specialists in the area about managing complex claims to minimise the risk to your business.
This half-day program is designed to set the foundations for the development of skills in the effective management of workers' compensation systems, providing participants with an interactive session to understand the 'basics', followed by a series of practical exercises.
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