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Certificate IV in OHS Units

To complete the Certificate IV course, all units must be passed.

BSBOHS401B

Contribute to the implementation of a systematic approach to managing OHS enables the use of a systematic approach to managing OHS to ensure that the workplace is, as far as practicable, safe and without risks to the health of employees and others.

BSBOHS402B

Contribute to the implementation of the OHS consultation process encourages the promotion of consultative arrangements in the workplace by communicating, influencing and consulting as part of a systematic approach to managing OHS.

BSBOHS403B

Identify hazards and assess OHS risks assists in the identification of hazards and the assessment of OHS risks in the workplace.

BSBOHS404B

Contribute to the implementation of strategies to control OHS risks provides the skills necessary for the implementation of strategies to control OHS risks within the workplace.

BSBOHS405B

Contribute to the implementation of emergency procedures enables the implementation of planning and response procedures for emergencies.

BSBOHS406B

Use equipment to conduct workplace monitoring describes skills and knowledge required to accurately use equipment to contribute to the monitoring of agents and/or conditions in the workplace, but not be limited to noise, vibration, light, fibres, dusts, fumes, mists, heat and humidity, radiation and biological agents such as insects, mites and bacteria.

BSBOHS407A

Monitor a safe workplace describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to implement and monitor the organisation’s OHS policies, procedures and programs in the relevant work area to meet legislative requirements.

BSBOHS408A

Assist with compliance with OHS and other relevant laws, provides an understanding of the legal and regulatory framework of OHS in order to provide advice regarding the OHS legislative responsibilities of an OHS practitioner, company director, manager, supervisor and employee.

BSBOHS508B

Participate in the investigation of incidents, promotes participation in the planning, conduct and reporting of incidents that may result in or have the potential to result in the injury of people or damage to property and equipment.

To find out more or to enrol in the Certificate IV of Occupational Health and Safety, contact the Learning & Development Coordinator on 1800 816 459 or email education@nsca.org.au.

 

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