Today more than ever, occupational health and safety is priority number one in workplaces. WHS is also a massive industry, with many job opportunities for those who are passionate about promoting safe work practices for healthier workers and productivity.
Modern WHS professionals are trained to design, coordinate and manage effective occupational health and safety plans, identify hazards, assess and control risk, train staff and investigate incidents.
Whether it’s an WHS officer, manager, consultant or educator, these are the guys who need to know the ins and outs of WHS legislation and how to implement it in your workplace.
Take a look at our range of WHS courses to see how you can make a career promoting safety. And we’ve got a host of articles and other career resources to take the bumps out of your career path.
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