Contribute to implementing and maintaining WHS management systems
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to contribute to the implementation and maintenance of a Work Health and Safety management system (WHSMS) as it applies to own work area and job role.
It applies to individuals with responsibilities for contributing to an organisation's WHSMS as part of their Work Health and Safety (WHS) responsibilities in a range of industry and workplace contexts.
Further details of the unit are available at Training.gov.au - the National Register of Qualifications and units of competency.
Download the learning guide, which is the key resource for each unit of competency. Go through each element in the learning guide and then take the learning guide test. As you are working through the learning guide, complete the readings below for each element and take the associated element test.
Those interested in gaining a formal qualification or unit of competency will need to contact and enrol with one of our licensed training providers. The assessment guide is provided for those licensed training providers that wish to use it when assessing learners.
Readings and Resources
The readings help you gain the required knowledge for the unit. The tests are designed to make sure you have understood the material as the questions are all taken from the Readings listed above each test. The tests are marked online so that you can receive immediate feedback.
At the main SafetyLine website there are additional resources that you may find useful including videos, photographs and checklists.
Element 1 - Contribute to developing and promoting WHS policy
Element 2 - Contribute to WHSMS planning
Element 3 - Contribute to implementing the WHSMS plan
Element 4 - Contribute to evaluating WHS performance
Element 5 - Contribute to reviewing and improving the WHSMS
Certificate of Completion
Upon passing all the necessary unit tests (as indicated above by a ☑ to the right of each test) your certificate will be available below for printing.
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