Induction training is often the first WHS course that workers complete. It covers the basics of proper safety protocols for working on a construction site. However, additional courses may be required.
Effective and Affordable WHS Training Course
The WHS Act of 2011 includes specific requirements for different industries, including the construction and hospitality industries. When workers are exposed to hazardous conditions, safety procedures need to be followed. Depending on your requirements, some of the following courses may be needed:
- Confined space training
- Manual handling
- Asbestos removal training
- Traffic control
- Work safely at heights
These are a few of the most popular courses. We also provide health and safety representative (HSR) training, fatigue management, and IMDG code training. We are your complete source for all work health and safety (WHS) requirements.
Face-to-Face White Card Training Adelaide, SA
Our course is a primer that helps workers understand the potential risks of working on a construction site. The government requires it to be completed through registered training organisations (RTOs). At AlertForce, our programs are nationally recognised and approved by the state.
Effective Confined Space Training in Adelaide
Working in a confined space can bring increased risks to workers. The government requires proper confined spaces training when working in tankers, trenches, sewerage pipes, and crawl spaces. Some of the dangers include exposure to harmful gases and suffocation.
Informative Manual Handling Training in South Australia
With our training in Adelaide, your workers will learn how to properly lift, pull, and carry heavy loads without risking injury. When carrying heavy loads, there is a greater risk of back injury and slip and fall accidents. Our courses cover the steps needed to safely handle heavier objects.
Detailed Asbestos Removal Courses in Adelaide
When do you need to complete an asbestos removal course Adelaide? These courses are needed when workers are likely to experience exposure to asbestos. They help workers identify asbestos and determine whether removal is the correct solution.
Removing asbestos is a detailed process. Workers need to know how to minimise the risk of exposure and thoroughly remove the material without causing additional contamination. These steps are covered in our detailed asbestos removal courses.
The Most Trusted Traffic Management Course
Working on or beside a road brings additional risks to your workers. Motorists may need to be directed around the workers. In these situations, a traffic management course Adelaide is often required.
Studies show that road deaths are decreasing in Australia. However, it is still essential to remain vigilant when it comes to preventing roadside accidents. If your work site involves traffic, including motorists or pedestrians, these courses can help keep everyone safe.
Working Safely at Heights Courses Adelaide, SA
The working at heights course Adelaide is needed when employees are required to work from tall structures such as scaffolding. Workers learn how to identify and inspect the site, how to assess the risks and install or wear proper equipment.
Working at heights also includes the need to access and install necessary equipment, such as fall protection devices. Besides learning how to assess and identify potential issues, workers receive practical training. The course concludes with a section on cleaning up a work area.
Over 20 Years of OHS Training in South Australia
While there are many registered training organisations, we have a long record of offering quality training. At AlertForce, we have over 20 years of experience training workers. We are committed to safety in all industries, providing a wide range of courses.
If you need help selecting the right training course, get a hold of us today. We can evaluate and assess your worker safety needs and get your workforce signed up for the necessary courses.
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