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Health & Safety Training for Students

Do your students understand the responsibility they have to protect THEMSELVES AND others from harm in the workplace?

Health and Safety Training for Schools delves deeper into the specific environments and situations that might present themselves in any workplace. The Health & Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA) came into force in April 2016. Increasingly, schools are finding students transitioning into the workplace are required to have an understanding of the HSWA and the role and responsibilities they, as a potential employee, take into the workplace.  To protect themselves and their business many employers are now asking schools what knowledge of HSWA do the students have that are seeking workplace work experience.

Life Care Consultants have identified and deliver on, six NZQA Workplace Health and Safety Unit standards that will enable your students to go confidently into any work experience workplace. Having this knowledge will reassure the businesses that your school community works with that the student and their business is safe.

MinimiSe risk & incidents

Educating staff and students helps to minimise potential pitfalls and provides a positive experience for staff and students alike. We understand every school and their students’ needs vary, so if you have any specific requirements we would welcome the opportunity to customise a package for you

Interactive and engaging delivery at your place or ours

Life Care Consultants’ Health and Safety Training for Students is a popular and important programme. It is an engaging and important course delivered at your campus or ours.

Health and Safety Training combinations for Students

– Choose any 2 unit standards for one school day
– Choose any 4 unit standards for two school days

Unit standard 497 (level 1, credits 3)
Demonstrate knowledge of workplace health and safety requirements

  • Rights and responsibilities
  • Systems approach to workplace health and safety
  • Hazards definition in the HSWA 2015 Act

 

Unit standard 22316  (level 2, credits 6)
Demonstrate knowledge of the management of drug and/or alcohol-related problems in the workplace

  • Drug classifications, offences and penalties regarding the Misuse of Drugs Act 1975
  • Behaviour and protocols when dealing with individuals under the influence of drugs
  • Management of workers with drug and/or alcohol-related problems

Unit standard 17602 (level 3, credits 4)
Apply hazard identification and risk assessment procedures in the workplace

  • Hazards that may harm workers, the work environment and organisations
  • Health and safety requirements for hazard control
  • Hazard control methods
  • Hazards and application of risk assessment procedures

 

Unit standard 17593 (level 2, credits 4)
Apply safe work practices in the workplace

  • The principles of workplace safety in a given workplace
  • Safe work practices in a specific workplace

Unit standard 17592 (level 3, credits 4)
Identify the causes of back injury and methods to prevent back injuries in the workplace

  • Structure and function of the spine
  • Risk factors for occupational back injury
  • Back care techniques
  • Control measures to reduce the risk of back injury

 

Unit standard 17594 (level 3, credits 3)
Demonstrate knowledge of hearing conservation in the workplace

  • Mechanism of hearing, causes of impairment
  • Sound intensity, hearing comfort zone and the effects of noise on hearing
  • Hearing protection equipment and benefits of using
  • Workplace hearing protection programme requirements

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