Certificate IV OHS/WHS – How to Identify Workplace Hazards and Risks

Posted 5 June 2013 / No comments

IDENTIFY HAZARDS AND ASSESS OHS RISKS – Cert IV OHS BSBOHS403B When you enroll in the Certificate IV in OHS or WHS with LMIT, you’ll learn how to conduct a workplace hazards and risks assessment. Process standards evolved in the 1980s and the ‘identify, assess, control’ requirements embedded in many current health and safety regulations

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Quality Auditing Diploma – How to Conduct an Onsite Audit

Posted 4 June 2013 / No comments

Doing the Quality Audit Onsite As you progress through the Diploma in Quality Auditing  you’ll learn about some important considerations when actually performing the audit. Step 1. Entry Meetings In all Second party and Third Party Audits,  an Entry Meeting is required at the commencement of your visit to the auditee site. The purpose of

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Quality Auditing Training – Conducting a Pre-Audit Discussion

Posted 28 May 2013 / No comments

Pre-Audit Discussion Checklist When you attend the Diploma in Quality Auditing qualification with LMIT you’ll learn how to conduct a pre-audit discussion to determine any specific areas of focus. In some cases a Lead Auditor or Audit Coordinator may have already carried this step out, in which case you wouldn’t need to, except to obtain

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Cert IV OHS/WHS – Glossary of Common OHS Terms

Posted 24 May 2013 / No comments

Glossary of Common OHS/WHS Terminology When you enroll in the Certificate IV in OHS or WHS with LMIT, you’ll be asked to develop and study a glossary of safety industry related terms. This document is a useful way to ensure that you have the basic terminology correct. We strongly recommend that you develop your own

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Diploma in Quality Auditing – How to Initiate a Quality Audit

Posted 23 May 2013 / No comments

Initiating a Quality Audit When you complete the Diploma in Quality Auditing with LMIT, you’ll learn how to initiate and complete a proper audit based on industry standards. When preparing for an audit,  you will need to ascertain the initial parameters of the audit first. Often the Lead Auditor will source copies of all necessary

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