• 28 March 2019
     28 March 2019
     9:00 am - 4:30 pm
  • 15 August 2019
     15 August 2019
     9:00 am - 4:30 pm


Safe systems of work are mandatory for every workplace, no matter the industry, location or organisational size. “What is your safe system of work?” is the first question a regulatory inspector will ask after a serious incident. WHS legislation requires Persons Conducting Businesses or Undertakings (PCBUs) to provide a safe system of work for all workers. A safe system of work may take many forms and includes physical safety controls, training and written procedures. This course is designed to support managers and officers to develop safe systems of work. It looks at current legal practice and expectations and supports managers in the practical steps required to effectively manage WHS risks in the workplace.

Who should attend

This is an intensive course designed for everyone with responsibility for WHS.


Topics covered include:

  • Identify risks in the workplace.
  • Develop risk controls.
  • Implementing risk controls.
  • Developing safe procedures.
  • Assessing competency.

Learning Outcomes

On completion, participants should be able to:

  • Understand how to identify high risks in their workplace.
  • Apply risk management principles to develop and implement risk controls for their specific workplaces.
  • Write safe operating/work procedures.
  • Implement and monitor the effectiveness of safe work procedures.


A Certificate of Attendance will be issued at the completion of the program.

Duration & Venue

Duration:  One Day: 9.00am – 4.30pm
Venue:       AFEI, Level 2, 97-99 Bathurst Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Fee (GST Free)

Member Fee:          AUD $350
Non Member Fee:  AUD $395

Other Details

Fee includes morning and afternoon tea, light lunch and course materials.

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