Risk assessments are vital to protect your workers and your business. Helping you to focus on the risks that really matter, our risk assessment course will provide you with all the skills you need to comply with the law. Risk assessment training has been aligned to registered unit standards.  You will be assessed against the outcomes of the unit standards by completing a knowledge assignment that covers the essential embedded knowledge stipulated in the unit standards

The person attending this course will be able to:

  • Explain the legal and specified requirements for conducting Base line or continuous risk assessments.
  • Prepare to conduct a Base line or continuous risk assessment.
  • Conduct a Base line or continuous risk assessment.
  • Initiate remedial action and follow up on Base line or continuous risk assessment.

Duration: 2 Days (Requires a minimum of 4 people to be done on-site)

Once you have completed the Incident Investigation Training Course, you will be able to identify and understand the legal requirements needed to monitor and further investigate any incidents that may have occurred. This can include everything from processing physical evidence to the preparation of reports.

If you want to truly make sure that your business is always compliant with industry-imposed legislation, it is imperative that you have the right personnel with the necessary qualifications needed to carry out such investigations.


  • Investigate workplace safety, health and environmental incidents.
  • Describe requirements for workplace safety, health and environment incident investigation.
  • Identify the general duties of Employers to their Employees.
  • Know the general duties of Employees at Work.
  • Identify what is expected of the Health and Safety Committee and the functions of the Health and Safety Committee.
  • Know what the prescribed recording and investigation of incidents is.

Duration: 1 Day (Requires a minimum of 4 people to be done on-site)

SHE REP: Safety, Health, and Environmental Representative is for persons wishing to perform SHE REP duties at their workplace

This training course is designed to provide appointed and proposed health and safety representatives an overview of causes and effects of accidents, legal perspective, roles and functions of health and safety reps and health and safety committees, investigations, and enquiries.


Basic legal requirements pertaining to SHE representatives, SHE committees, inspectors, employer, and employees

  • Participate effectively in SHE inspections and committee procedures
  • SHE procedures in the workplace
  • Identify hazards


  • SHE union, employee reps, practitioners, and committee members
  • Management, supervisors, employees involved with SHE representatives or their functions

2 Days for new Training (Requires a minimum of 5 people to be done on-site)
1 Day for Recap Training (Requires a minimum of 5 people to be done on-site)

The Department of Labour requires the appointment of first aiders where more than 10 workers are employed at a workplace. The employer is required to provide first aid training. Our First Aid Level 1 training course will provide candidates the necessary skills to response to a workplace emergency. Be prepared and you could save a life!

People that have undergone First Aid Training will be able to: demonstrate an understanding of  emergency scene management, demonstrate an understanding of elementary anatomy and physiology, assess an emergency situation, apply First Aid procedures to a life-threatening situation and treat common injuries.


The objective of the course is to provide practical skills and theoretical knowledge in all aspects of Emergency First Aid and CPR.

Who should attend a First Aid Training Course?

All designated to be first aiders.

First Aid Training Course Content

  • Principals of First Aid
  • Choking
  • Wounds
  • Bleeding Artificial Respiration
  • One Man CPR
  • Safety and Emergency Management
  • Shock
  • Fainting and unconsciousness
  • Fractures
  • Burns
  • Head and Spinal injuries
  • Basic Anatomy

2 Days for new Training (Requires a minimum of 5 people to be done on-site)
1 Day for Recap Training (Requires a minimum of 5 people to be done on-site)