This July, we’ve updated the following Learning Seat programs and courses, which have been released:
The Plant Safety course encourages general awareness of legally compliant conduct and best practice relating to plant work health and safety (WHS). It’s designed to be delivered to employees in all Australian states and territories, and the Commonwealth. It should form a part of an organisation’s WHS strategy, and be supported by organisation-specific policies and procedures.
The Forklift Safety course has been designed to provide forklift operators, and those who work around forklifts, with an understanding of risk assessment, risk management and safe practice.
In the First Aid Awareness 8-course program, learners are provided with highly relevant, specific First Aid information. It uses a range of likely workplace scenarios to demonstrate correct health and safety procedures. Note: this is non accredited First Aid Awareness training and does not replace First Aid accredited certification.
- First Aid – Conscious Casualty
First Aid – DRSABCD
First Aid – Minor Scalds
First Aid – Recovery Position
First Aid – Recovery Position (pregnancy casualty)
First Aid – RICER (Sprained Ankle)
First Aid – RICER (Sprained Wrist)
First Aid – Unconscious Casualty – (DRSABCD)
Managers and Executives Program:
This suite of courses will provide managers and executives with the legally compliant training required to respond appropriately to allegations of inappropriate behaviour in the workplace and mitigate the risk of legal action being taken against them or their organisation.
- Equal Opportunity in Employment for Managers and Executives
- Sexual Harassment in the Workplace for Managers & Executives
- Workplace Bullying for Managers and Executives
Why Do You Need Compliance Training? Here’s Some Additional Reading:
Webinar: The Hidden Costs of Workplace Bullying – Join us on August 23, as our Head of Legal shares important information every C-suite and HR Manager needs to know about the hidden costs associated with workplace bullying.
Compliance Training Wards Off Anti-Bullying Order– Discover how A recent decision on bullying by the Fair Work Commission demonstrates the need for comprehensive compliance training – even if it occurs after a bullying finding.
Record Payout For an Employee Sexually Harassed at Work – This decision highlights for all employers the need to ensure that their workforce has a clear understanding of the behaviours that are deemed unacceptable in the workplace.
How to Protect Your Business from Vicarious Liability – If you didn’t already know, if your employees conducts themselves inappropriately, your business could be held vicariously liable.