Events

If you have an OHS related event you would like us to advertise, please email Renata with details, including cost, and where to RSVP.

* HSRs are entitled to attend this course every year subsequent to attending the Initial OHS training course.

OHS Training at the ACTU
The ACTU (Australian Council of Trade unions) runs training courses in occupational/workplace health and safety. These are the upcoming courses in Melbourne in 2019:

  1. Preventing Workplace Bullying and Harassment (Note: a $25 fee will apply)
    Melbourne: August 8
  2. CERTIFICATE IV IN WHS 
    Part 1 14th – 16th October 2019 
    Part 2 12th – 15th November 2019 
    The course will be delivered at the ACTU (VIC). 
    Course and enrolment details here
.Course information and applications can be found on the ACTU Website here.

For more information, email or phone Chris Hughes (03 9664 7389 Mon-Fri) or Anna Pupillo (03 9664 7334 Mon-Wed & Fri).

Tuesday July 9: Central Safety Group
Topic: The challenges of safety in the aged care & disability sectors 
The aged care and disability sectors are among the fastest growing sectors in Australia. Employment in this area has exploded, growing 36% in the past five years – three times the rate of growth across all other occupations.

The particular OHS challenges for these industries will be discussed by Michael Carley, Safety and Risk, Villa Maria Catholic Homes. Michael will talk about the common hazards and risks in safety management in these sectors. He will also discuss current trends, gaps and recommended solutions.

When: 12:00-1:00pm, Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Where: DXC Technology, Level 19 (Board Room 1), 360 Collins St (between Queen and Elizabeth Sts) Cost: attendance members free, non-members $10
Lunch (optional): sandwich and juice lunch $15
[Individual membership fee for 2019: $70]
RSVP by close of business Friday July 5. Book online now

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