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Training Course ID: (NSCA)-1211
Who should attend?
Internal (1st/2nd party) or external (3rd party) OHS auditors, supervisors, managers, OHS representatives; anyone involved in OHS audits who is considering becoming a certified OHS auditor for any OHS system.
Course participation will cover:
•Types of audits undertaken by organisations
•The scope of an OHS audit
•Key areas for evaluation of OHS Management Systems
•The essential components of an audit on specific aspects of OHS Management Systems
•Written report presentation of the audits for presentation to management
•The process of management using systems
•Hazard analysis and control strategies for risks.
The course will be presented by group discussion, role plays, video, syndicate exercise, action plan development, case studies, practical audit, lecture and report writing and examination.
Successful completion of in-course activities, participation in practical onsite audit and final exam, will provide sufficient evidence for meeting course outcomes for the issue of a RABQSA International qualification. For a nationally recognised unit of competency, PUADEFOH001A, an additional post-course assignment will need to be completed, in consultation with the trainer.
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