Preparing for a Career in Work Health & Safety?

Preparing for a Career in Work Health & Safety?

Posted 12 January 2016 / No comments

Studying a program in work health & safety can lead one to a range of careers, positions, and specialisations. Those who wish to obtain a profession in work health & safety must achieve the appropriate qualification. Some qualifications will allow you to advance in your occupation and move up the career ladder to positions of

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Cert IV in WHS – What is New in Work Health and Safety in Australia?

Posted 28 October 2013 / No comments

When you attend the Certificate IV in WHS with LMIT, you’ll be exposed to the latest industry trends and information related to workplace health and safety. Australia is a step closer towards harmonising the work health and safety laws with the development of the model Work Health and Safety Act spearheaded by Safe Work Australia,

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Cert IV OHS – Implementing Strategies to Control OHS Risk

Posted 21 November 2012 / No comments

In the Certificate IV in OHS, you’ll learn how to implement strategies for controlling OHS risk in the workplace. SEEK INPUT FROM STAKEHOLDERS AND KEY PERSONNEL In this section, you will identify the people who should be involved in developing risk controls. Who should be involved? In section 4.4 of the learning guide for BSBOHS403

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TIPS FOR BEATING PROCRASTINATION!

Posted 13 July 2010 / No comments

When Project Managing is procrastination stifling your creativity, causing you stress, or tethering all your wonderful dreams? Here are five tips to help you beat procrastination, once and for all. 18 Apr 10 | Lucinda Lions 1. Make one teeny, tiny, little start Sometimes a simple task can explode into something big and scary simply

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RESPECTING FRONTLINE EMPLOYEES: HOW HARD CAN IT BE?

Posted 6 July 2010 / No comments

Management say they have respect for employees and in many ways do. But is it falling short? In most organizations, “respect” is a topic that gets plenty of attention. Employee handbooks state clearly that each person will respect others. So everything is understood and everyone respects everyone else, right? The thinking seems to be that

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