Training records shall be kept in accordance with the Queensland State Archives

Training records shall be kept in accordance with the

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Training records shall be kept in accordance with the Queensland State Archives General Retention and Disposal Schedule for Administrative Records (GRDS) requirements. In the case of contractors this may be recorded in the contractor register Stage 3 Provision of training resources Accountability and functional areas shall take into account WHS training needs when allocating budget and other resources for training and development activities. The resources and delivery methods may vary but should take into account such things as: – The learning needs of the worker – Timeframes and impacts on the workplace – Qualifications and competency of the trainer or external training provider (where one is used). – The nature of the training to be provided and suitability of venue and training aids Training and development programs may range from formal course work with competency assessment to less formal instruction and information sessions such as team meetings. Training delivery mediums may include such things as videos, face- to-face, elearning, mentor programs Where WHS training is being to be provided face-to-face, it should be delivered by a person with knowledge and / or skills that are relevant to the WHS element being taught Stage 4 implement work health and safety training and apply learnings The aim of successful implementation of the WHS training is to ensure that workers are made aware of workplace risks and understand the measures implemented to control them, how to safely perform their tasks and duties and the actions to take in the event of an incident. Where it has been identified the nature of the hazard or risk requires a worker achieve a certain level of competency in order to ensure protection of the worker and others, ensure the assessment is relevant and that competency is achieved. Assessments may be theoretical or practical (for example, a worker may practically demonstrate hand hygiene for infection control). Workers shall undertake all necessary refresher or re-certification training as directed unless the requirements are no longer applicable to the nature of the work being undertaken Stage 5 © 2015 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd/Modified July 2015 1 st edition version: 2 Page 17 of 19
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Assessment Task 3 BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplace Following the completion of training, the worker should be supervised to ensure application of learnings and safe work procedures. Where any deficiencies are identified, feedback shall be provided to the worker and further training or instruction should be provided. This should be linked into the PDP process Refresher training or re-certification requirements should be monitored and workers provided notification as applicable All WHS training and development programs and requirements shall be reviewed as follows: – If prompted by a legislative change – When there are changes in work practices – At intervals determined as part of the organization’s safety
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