BSB60607 – Advanced Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety Course Modules

After obtaining the Advanced Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety, you will have the Qualification allowing you to work in any industry as a:

  • Occupational Health and Safety Advisor
  • Occupational Health and Safety Auditor
  • Occupational Health and Safety Manager
  • Occupational Health and Safety Risk Officer
  • Occupational Health and Safety Specialist or
  • Senior Consultant – OHS and Risk Management

What is the Course Structure?

The Advanced Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety includes EIGHT (8) units.

Please refer to the table below for the units of competency and learning outcomes for the Advanced Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety:

Unit of Competency Learning Outcomes
BSBOHS601B
Develop a systematic approach to managing OHS
Analyse the workplace to identify needs, design integrated approaches to managing OHS, plan and develop integrated approaches to managing OHS, support planning for and implementation of integrated approaches to managing OHS and evaluate the design and development of integrated approaches to managing OHS.
BSBOHS602B
Develop OHS information and data analysis and reporting and recording processes
Identify requirements for OHS information and data, make recommendations for design of the OHS information and data processes, develop the OHS information and data, and reporting and recording processes, record and analyse information and data to monitor OHS performance and to evaluate methods of prevention and monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of information and data collection and analysis processes.
BSBOHS603B
Analyse and evaluate OHS risk
Define parameter of OHS risk study, analyse the OHS risk of a task or process and evaluate OHS risk of a task process.
BSBOHS604B
Apply ergonomic principles to control OHS risk
Assess the degree of match between people and their activities, equipment, environment and systems, design ergonomic interventions to enhance the match between people and their activities, equipment, environment and systems, implement ergonomic interventions to enhance the match between people and their activities, equipment, environment and systems and evaluate ergonomic interventions.
BSBOHS605B
Apply occupational hygiene principles to control OHS risk
Identify health hazards that may result from features of the workplace or working environment, analyse the risks of worker exposure to potentially harmful agents and factors, design risk control strategies and advise on implementation and monitor and evaluate control strategies to minimise workplace exposures.
BSBOHS607B
Advise on application of safe design principles to control OHS risk
Advise on the OHS requirements of the design process, develop a systematic hazard identification and OHS risk evaluation system for safe design, advise on principles of OHS risk control, advise on consultation processes between people involved in the life cycle of the designed product and advise on contractual arrangements and procurement systems to minimise ‘purchased’ OHS risk.
BSBOHS608B
Conduct an OHS audit
Plan an OHS audit, develop an OHS audit plan, develop an OHS audit tool, gather information, data and OHS records, undertake OHS audit activities and report on the outcomes of the OHS audit.
BSBOHS609B
Evaluate an organisation’s OHS performance
Evaluate effectiveness of systematic approaches to identifying OHS hazards, evaluate the effectiveness of systematic approaches to OHS risk management, evaluate the effectiveness of systematic OHS monitoring processes and assess whether the OHS management approaches have produced improved performance.

 

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