Specialised Training

We are currently offering a three (3) day course in Inspection Fundamentals of  Stackers, Reclaimers and Shiploaders.  

Your presenters are Robert Fogg and Reiner Reiter .

This course covers
– Machine Design
– Critical Structural, Mechanical, Electrical and Control Elements
– How to get the best from your machine
– What’s involved in major repairs
– Machine intricacies
– Inspecting your machine – What to look out for

AND we can tailor the course to suit your site. Minimum 8 personnel.

Call us for further details on our training program –  Call us for details of the next course.

Credit Card facilities available for ease of payment – call us on 02 49 663 663 for details

Specialised Training Solutions

Other Courses Available

Total Risk Solutions provides training on a wide range of issues relating to occupational health & safety for employees, supervisors and managers. Training is designed to comply with statutory requirements or relevant Codes of Practices/Standards. We tailor our training courses to meet your needs. Additional courses can be developed to meet required learning outcomes.

The aim of this training program is to provide Managers and Supervisor with the core competencies needed to identify how to establish, implement and maintain an organisational WH&S risk management strategy. Participants will learn how to develop systems to identify hazards, and assess and control risks associated with your business as required by WH&S legislation. Duration: 2 days

The course covers the key topic areas listed below and is structured around a number of real-life incidents and incorporate a number of practical exercises and group activities, designed to consolidate the formal training presentation.

Key Areas Covered:

  • Definitions
  • Hazard and risk
  • Types of hazards & damaging energy classifications
  • Workplace methods of hazard identification
  • Risk & The Risk Management Process
  • Assess  & Control
  • Risk Assessment Using a JSA

The aim of this one (1) day training program is to provide on the job personnel with the core competencies needed to identify hazards and assess and control risks associated with their workplace work tasks. Duration: 1 day

The course covers the key topic areas listed below and is structured around a number of real-life incident and incorporate a number of practical exercises and group activities, designed to consolidate the formal training presentation.

Key Areas Covered:

  • Definitions
  • Hazard and risk
  • Types of hazards & damaging energy classifications
  • Workplace methods of hazard identification

This course will give participants an understanding of the core competencies required for managing WH&S in the workplace. This training is about Safety Leadership to ensure that the process of workplace task safe acts are reinforced to improve work practices and reinforce a positive safety culture and unsafe acts are identified and managed in a positive and professional way. It is recommended that Managers and Supervisors your workplace undertake this course. Duration: 1 day

Key Areas Covered:

  • Roles and Responsibilities of Managers
  • Understanding the WHS Legislation
  • Requirements to Consult
  • Safety Management Systems
  • Risk Methodologies
  • Safe Work Practices

This course will examine how to develop a WH&S Management System, focusing on the essential processes. Learn appropriate implementation procedures and gain insight into the experiences of a variety of organisations which have implemented a WHS Management System. It is recommended that those personnel responsible for your Work Health & Safety Management Systems in the workplace undertake this course. Duration: 1 day

Key Areas Covered:

  • What is an WHSMS?
  • Management System Standards
  • Common Elements
  • Purpose of WHSMS
  • Generic Principles of WHSMS
  • OHSMS Implementation Steps and Documenting a WHSMS
  • Define and scope the WHSMS
  • Planning
  • Conducting an WHS Review

Safe design is concerned with eliminating workplace health and safety hazards at the design stage of structures; or controlling risks, as early as possible, in the planning and design of structures. This course will cover the designers WH&S obligations for the design process. It is recommended that those personnel responsible for your design activities in the workplace undertake this course. Duration: 1 day

Key Areas Covered:

  • Legislative obligations – Designers
  • Legislative obligations – Manufacturers, Suppliers & Hirers
  • Legislative obligations – Installation & Commissioning
  • Safety Risk Management for Projects
  • Validation of Risk Minimisation Controls
  • The safety file
  • Application of AS4024.1 techniques for selection of risk

This course will identify how to establish, implement and maintain an organisational WHS risk management strategy and how to develop systems to identify hazards, and assess and control risks associated with your business as required by OHS legislation.  It is recommended that those personnel responsible for supervision of personnel undertake this course. Duration: 1 day

Key Areas Covered:

  • Hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control processes
  • The legal framework for the management of hazards
  • Risk management planning
  • Describe how the risk management process of AS/NZS 4360 can be applied to WHS
  • Identify common workplace hazards;
  • Assess workplace hazards for risk;
  • Control workplace hazards using the hierarchy of controls;
  • Understand the requirements of an WHMS and identify any gaps in exiting systems; and
  • Develop procedures for planning hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control within their organisation.

Managers and Supervisors should conduct workplace inspections on a regular basis. This should be undertaken with the assistance of an employee familiar with the work area. A checklist should be used to identify potential hazards. Inspection checklists should be designed to meet the needs of the workplace or work area to be inspected. This will ensure that the inspection is relevant to the workplace.  It is recommended that Managers, Supervisors and on the job personnel undertake this course. Duration: 4 hours

This course will establish how regular workplace inspections must be performed to ensure that a safe working environment is maintained such that these inspections identify any systematically occurring hazards in the workplace and to ensure that safety practices are maintained.

Key Areas Covered:

  • inspection checklists (types)
  • hazards found and the reporting of hazards
  • actions taken at the time of the inspection (may overlap with risk control)
  • allocation of responsibilities for action to be taken
  • time frames for actions to be completed.

Accidents and incidents that occur in the workplace provide a range of challenges for any organisation. The initial concern is to thoroughly investigate the root cause of any accident or incident to enable preventative actions to be implemented. Major accidents usually generate significant reviews of policies, procedures, training and Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS). Major accidents can also require documentation to provide evidence for any subsequent court action. It is recommended that those personnel responsible for accident investigation within your organisation undertake this course. Duration: 2 days

This course will build your knowledge of the incident investigation process. Learn how to evaluate, define and investigate workplace incidents, identify causes, implement corrective and preventative actions, and report your findings and recommendations.

Key Areas Covered:

  • The Incident Investigation Process
  • Investigation Analysis Techniques
  • Reporting on Investigations
  • At the end of this workshop, participants will have the knowledge to:
  • Describe the incident investigation process.
  • Differentiate between various causal factors of incidents including direct, contributing and root causes.
  • Use effective questioning techniques during interviews to gain facts and information.
  • Apply analytical techniques to identify the sequence of events that result in incidents.
  • Apply methods of root cause analysis using a real incident scenario.
  • Understand the relationship between root causes, corrective actions and improvements in management systems.
  • A highly interactive course using real case scenarios that will enable participants to use the incident analysis techniques from the course immediately on return to their workplace.

This course provides participants with the basic knowledge and skills to apply the provisions of WH&S legislation relating to manual handling. The course covers the process of identifying, assessing and controlling manual handling risks. The course also introduces participants to tools and techniques and covers workplace examples. It is recommended that the course be integrated with one of the organisations regular communication sessions or tool box talks.  It is recommended that Employees involved in Manual Handling tasks as part of their daily operations. Duration: 4 hours

Key Areas Covered:

  • Definition of Manual Handling
  • Causes of Injuries and Long Term Health Effects
  • Risk Factors and Principal Areas of Risk
  • Conducting a Manual Handling Risk Assessment
  • Control Strategies and Manual Handling Solutions
  • Responsibilities of Employers and Employees
  • Walk through of your site with the group to review and discuss actual manual handling activities undertaken.

This training involves practical exercises to give participants the practical skills to conduct and implement Risk Assessments and write a Job Safety Analysis’ (JSA) documents. It also covers the communication requirements of undertaking tool box talks. It is recommended that all employees undertaken this course.  Participants are provided with a number of field handouts to be used as ready reference documents. Duration: 4 hours

Key Areas Covered:

  • Overview of relevant WHS Legislation
  • WHS Risk Management Process
  • When to Perform the Job Safety Analysis
  • Planning the Process
  • Job Safety Analysis Process Overview
  • Steps in the Job Safety Analysis Process
  • Job Safety Analysis documentation
  • Monitoring and reviewing the Process
  • Tool Box Talk Communication and Documentation

If you are uncertain what Work Health & Safety training is required for your organisation or just want to upgrade the skills of your employees in regard to workplace health and safety, talk to us. Whether it is a custom developed course or a short toolbox talk on health and safety issues, Total Risk Solutions prides itself on the level of training that we prepare and deliver for our clients.  We believe that to get the best out of training with employees is to conduct the courses onsite at your premises. Alternatively, if work interruptions are too disruptive we can arrange a suitable venue.

We believe that the success of a course is making it as interesting as possible for all participants. We accomplish this by way of studies, role plays, video, exercises, presentation and facilitated discussion. All Total Risk Solutions trainers have appropriate qualification and experience to the course being delivered and use a variety of training aids to ensure courses are memorable and effective.