Course List

Accident Investigation

AIN

Designed for those involved in, or requiring basic knowledge of the investigation of accidents/incidents for application in the workplace.

This course introduces participants to the reasons why accidents in the workplace need to be reported. It focuses on the role of the employee and supervisor in contributing to the accident reporting and investigation process.

Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety

C4W 21

CSTP Common Safety Training Program

CST

CSTP Common Safety Training Program - Experienced

CTE

Dogging

DOG

Elevating Work Platform

EWP

Forklift Truck Operator

FLO

Hazardous Management Principles

HMP

Hazardous Substances in the Workplace

HAZ

This course is designed for those who need to manage, use, assess and make decisions on the choice, storage and handling of hazardous substances. It is especially relevant for Safety and Health Representatives, OSH staff, Line Managers, Safety and Health Committee Members and Warehouse/Store Managers.

The course will focus on the hazardous substances requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act and Regulations, Dangerous Goods Regulations and the Mines Safety and Inspection Act and Regulations.

Health and Safety Representatives

SHR NL

This course is designed for elected Safety and Health Representatives. Supervisors, Managers and Committee Members who are not elected Safety and Health Representatives are not precluded from attending.

This is the standard course for WA Safety and Health Representatives (SHRs) and is the introductory course for elected SHRs, including those from the mining industry and general workplaces.

IFAP is proud to offer this WorkSafe WA approved course to those in Perth seeking to learn or reinforce their knowledge in the field. This course aims to enable elected Safety and Health Representatives to effectively represent their fellow employees in matters relating to OSH in the workplace. It has been accredited since 1994 by the Commission for Occupational Safety and Health to provide the training required by Section 14(1)(h) of the WA OSH Act 1984.

Health and Safety Representatives

SHR B

This course is designed for elected Safety and Health Representatives. Supervisors‚ Managers and Committee Members who are not elected Safety and Health Representatives are not precluded from attending.

This is the standard course for WA Safety and Health Representatives (SHRs) and is the introductory course for elected SHRs, including those from the mining industry and general workplaces.

IFAP is proud to offer this WorkSafe WA approved course to those in Perth seeking to learn or reinforce their knowledge in the field. This course aims to enable elected Safety and Health Representatives to effectively represent their fellow employees in matters relating to OSH in the workplace. It has been accredited since 1994 by the Commission for Occupational Safety and Health to provide the training required by Section 14(1)(h) of the WA OSH Act 1984.

Health and Safety Representatives

SHR J

This course is designed for elected Safety and Health Representatives. Supervisors‚ Managers and Committee Members who are not elected Safety and Health Representatives are not precluded from attending.

This is the standard course for WA Safety and Health Representatives (SHRs) and is the introductory course for elected SHRs, including those from the mining industry and general workplaces.

IFAP is proud to offer this WorkSafe WA approved course to those in Perth seeking to learn or reinforce their knowledge in the field. This course aims to enable elected Safety and Health Representatives to effectively represent their fellow employees in matters relating to OSH in the workplace. It has been accredited since 1994 by the Commission for Occupational Safety and Health to provide the training required by Section 14(1)(h) of the WA OSH Act 1984.

Health and Safety Representatives

SHR M

This course is designed for elected Safety and Health Representatives. Supervisors‚ Managers and Committee Members who are not elected Safety and Health Representatives are not precluded from attending.

This is the standard course for WA Safety and Health Representatives (SHRs) and is the introductory course for elected SHRs, including those from the mining industry and general workplaces.

IFAP is proud to offer this WorkSafe WA approved course to those in Perth seeking to learn or reinforce their knowledge in the field. This course aims to enable elected Safety and Health Representatives to effectively represent their fellow employees in matters relating to OSH in the workplace. It has been accredited since 1994 by the Commission for Occupational Safety and Health to provide the training required by Section 14(1)(h) of the WA OSH Act 1984.

Health and Safety Representatives - Maritime Industry

SHM

This course is designed for those who have been elected to represent the employees in their designated work group on matters of health and safety.

This course is approved by the SeaCare Authority and applies to Health and Safety Representative from the Maritime Industry operating under the Seafarers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1992, Occupational Health and Safety (Maritime Industry) Act 1993 and associated Regulations 2003.

Health and Safety Representatives - Offshore Oil and Gas Industry

SOG

This course is designed for those elected Health and Safety Representatives in the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry.

This course aims to give the Health and Safety Representative the basic knowledge and skills to effectively perform their roles and functions under the legislation.

This course is approved by NOPSEMA and applies to all elected Health and Safety Representatives from the Oil and Gas Industry operating under the Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage Act 2006 (OPGGSA 2006) and the associated OPGGSA (Safety) Regulations 2009.

Health and Safety Representatives - Upgrade Course

HSU

Health and Safety Representatives - Upgrade Course

HSU_C

Hygiene Sampler Refresher

CSR

This course is intended for those that hold the position of a registered Surface Ventilation Technician and require re-registration.

The objective of this course is to provide participants with updated information on areas covered in the Surface Ventilation Technician course and any changes to the suite of mining occupational safety and health legislation relevant to the role of the SRS Sampler.

Legal Experience & Mock Court

MCC

This course is designed for Team Leaders, Line and Senior Managers, as well as OSH professionals.

This course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of OSH management systems theory, through the use of a mock coroner court scenario.

Training strategy includes a role play session where participants are required to observe a mock trial and act as assistants to the Coroner, by observing proceedings and identifying errors at an organisational level. Also included is a theory session outlining Occupational Safety and Health management systems theory and the typical errors that occur in such systems. Participants will be asked to identify systems level errors in the specific case example outlined in the role play.

Manual Handling Course

MAN

This course is designed for those involved in manual task processes in the workplace. Manual task injuries account for a large proportion of injuries that occur in Western Australian workplaces. This course is designed to assist participants in identifying, assessing and controlling hazards associated with manual tasks. It also caters to supervisory staff and all personnel involved with manual task processes.
On completion of this course, participants should be able to:
  • Apply the Code of Practice Manual Tasks 2010
  • Discuss risk factors associated with manual tasks
  • Assess risk factors
  • Identify methods to control risks associated with manual tasks
  • Address correct manual handling techniques

Safety and Health Representatives Refresher

SRF

This course is designed for those re-elected as Safety and Health Representatives.

This course has been designed to update the skills and knowledge for those elected Safety and Health Representatives who have attended the introductory training program.

The course also provides additional skills and knowledge to elected Safety and Health Representatives so they can continue to adequately represent employees and effectively participate in an organisation’s safety management program.

Safety Committees

SSC

This course is designed for those elected as Safety and Health Committee Members.

The Safety Committee is in an unrivalled position to provide the focus for safety activities in any organisation.

Committee Member training complements Safety and Health Representative training and the Supervising Safety course which provide the workplace with an effective team to enhance Occupational Safety and Health.

Safety Leadership for Supervisors

OSL

This course is designed for anyone in a supervisory or team leader role, or who intend to move into such roles.

This course equips persons who have accountability for safety and health with the skills to lead and motivate teams, communicate information within and across organisations and to implement best practice safety & health improvement initiatives.

Continually improving safety in the workplace is an integral part of the role of Front-Line Supervisors, Team Leaders and Line Managers. Leadership skills are essential in order to encourage and support teams to perform at their best and to recognise and rectify safety and health risks in their workplace before accidents or incidents occur.

Participants will be required to provide evidence that they have understood the training and have applied it in their workplace. This requirement means that it’s not possible to complete all of the assessment requirements during the face-to-face training.

Participants will be given a two month timeframe after attending the course to complete the assessment.

Surface Ventilation Officer

SVO

This course is designed for those requiring the skills and knowledge essential to be appointed as a Surface Ventilation Officer under the WA Mines Safety and Inspection Act.

A requirement of the WA Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994 is the appointment of persons with the competence to ensure that workplaces are adequately ventilated to minimise risks arising from exposure to hazardous substances and airborne contaminants. This course builds upon the competencies acquired in the three-day IFAP Surface Ventilation Technician Course.

Participants will be required to provide evidence that they have understood the training and have applied it in their workplace. This requirement means that it’s not possible to complete all of the assessment requirements during the face-to-face training.

Participants will be given a two month timeframe after attending the course to complete the assessment.

NOTE: Course graduates qualify for Associate Membership of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygiene.

Surface Ventilation Technician

SVT

This course is designed for those wishing to obtain the skills and knowledge required to assist the appointed Surface Ventilation Officer.

The role of the Surface Ventilation Technician is to assist the statutory appointed Surface Ventilation Officer in the collection of contaminant samples, equipment calibration and maintenance and recording and reporting of analysis results.

Participants will be required to provide evidence that they have understood the training and have applied it in their workplace. This requirement means that it’s not possible to complete all of the assessment requirements during the face-to-face training.

Participants will be given a two month timeframe after attending the course to complete the assessment.

WHS Law Harmonisation for Business Owners and Operators - Small to Medium Enterprises

WLH A

WHS Law Harmonisation for Company Directors, Executives and Board Members (Officers)

WLH B

WHS Law Harmonisation for Designers, Suppliers, Importers, Manufacturers and Installers

WLH C

WHS Law Harmonisation for Health & Safety Professionals and Practitioners

WLH D

WHS Law Harmonisation for Health & Safety Representatives and Committees

WLH E

WHS Law Harmonisation for Managers, Supervisors and Team Leaders

WLH F

WHS Law Harmonisation for Principals, Contractors and Sub-Contractors

WLH G

Work Safely at Heights

WSH

Workers Compensation & Injury Management Coordinator

IMC

This course is designed for those people who have responsibility (either directly or indirectly) for injured workers in their organisation.

This course is specifically designed for people who have responsibility (either directly or indirectly) for injured workers in their organisation.

It provides the participant with an introduction to the rights and obligations enshrined in the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981 and its regulations for all parties involved in the workers’ compensation and injury management process.

Injury management in the workplace is a win-win philosophical concept which, if implemented and adhered to, can provide many benefits to the injured worker and their employer. For the employer, none more so than downward pressure on their workers’ compensation premium.
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