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BSB51315MCI InstituteDiploma of Work Health & Safety

The Diploma of Work Health & Safety (BSB51315) is an essential course for those wishing to pursue careers in WHS management, providing the skills and legal knowledge needed for WHS roles in any industry.

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 Edith Cowan UniversityMaster of Occupational Health and Safety

Start an exciting new career helping teams stay safe, healthy and productive with this online Master of Occupational Health and Safety course from Edith Cowan University.

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 Edith Cowan UniversityMaster of Occupational Hygiene and Toxicology

Use your scientific skills to help teams stay safe, healthy and productive with this specialised online Master of Occupational Hygiene and Toxicology course from Edith Cowan University.

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  • About WHS

    During our working years we spend over 30 per cent of our time with our noses to the grindstone, and even jobs with seemingly low risks can have hidden hazards. So if there’s one qualification that is valued by all kinds of businesses, it’s workplace health and safety (WHS).

    WHS is not an old-fashioned problem. Sure, things have gotten better since 16 workers died building the Sydney Harbour Bridge back in the 1920s, but in the three years between 2008–09 and 2010–11, 123 construction workers died from work-related injuries. And it’s not just tradies up ladders who face danger at work – 74 out of every 1000 retail workers were injured between 2005 and 2006.

    With the government regulators requiring employers to engage WHS-qualified workers, the demand for accredited professionals is growing. If you’re interested in risk management, implementing safety procedures or just upgrading or updating your knowledge of the legislation, then a current WHS course will give you a sound footing.

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    Playing it safe at work

    When I was younger, my skateboard had a sticker somewhat ironically brandished on it. ‘Safety is an attitude, not a process’, it read.

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    5 Skills You Need To Succeed In Work Health And Safety (WHS)

    Effectively planned and executed work health and safety (WHS) practices are good for a business and especially good for its staff. What skills do you need to pursue a career in WHS? Jordan has the answers.

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