This accredited short course is delivered and assessed by Master Builders Association of Victoria (RTO no 3935).
Occupational Health and Safety Obligations is for builders, site managers, foremen, construction managers and other building practitioners involved with the management of small-to-medium-sized building businesses who wish to become the appropriately registered person with responsibility under Victorian building legislation.
Master Builders Entry Requirements
Due to the accelerated nature of this course, it is recommended that students have at least three (3) years experience in the building and construction industry.
The risk of a serious or fatal injury is considerably higher for building and construction workplaces than in any other industry. Awareness of potentially unsafe and risky work practices and your legislative responsibilities for the workplace safety of others is imperative. This nationally accredited short course provides advice on suitable safety training and site induction procedures as well as safety training, risk management and workplace inspection techniques.
Mode of Delivery
This course is delivered through face-to-face classes.
- Apply the legislative framework and associated regulatory requirements underpinning an OHS safety management system
- Identify construction specific hazards and potential risks in the building and construction workplace
- Educate, communicate and advise on suitable risk control measures.
For further course and fee details click on the Course Information Sheet.
Successful students who only undertake this cluster will be issued with a Statement of Attainment by Master Builders Association of Victoria.