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Safety Leadership for Supervisors

This course is designed for anyone in a supervisory or team leader role, or who intend to move into such roles.

  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Dates: See below
  • Location: North Lake

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This course equips persons who have accountability for safety and health with the skills to lead and motivate teams, communicate information within and across organisations and to implement best practice safety & health improvement initiatives.

Continually improving safety in the workplace is an integral part of the role of Front-Line Supervisors, Team Leaders and Line Managers. Leadership skills are essential in order to encourage and support teams to perform at their best and to recognise and rectify safety and health risks in their workplace before accidents or incidents occur.

Participants will be required to provide evidence that they have understood the training and have applied it in their workplace. This requirement means that it’s not possible to complete all of the assessment requirements during the face-to-face training.

Participants will be given a two month timeframe after attending the course to complete the assessment.

Start DateEnd DateLocationBook Now
Thursday 26 November, 2020Friday 27 November, 2020North LakeBook Now

On completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Understand and apply knowledge of OHS/WHS legislation
  • Communicate with team members, clients and stakeholders
  • Apply leadership principles to the team
  • Assess and identify unacceptable risk
  • Conduct hazard and risk identification
  • Apply risk management processes
  • Deliver a presentation to achieve meeting outcomes


Once all activities have been completed and assessed, participants will be issued with a certificate of completion

Christopher Gianatti

Christopher joined IFAP’s Occupational Heath and Safety team in October 2007. Christopher worked within the tyre fitting industry as a 2IC for a number of years before moving to a Safety Administrator...

Neville George

Neville is the Principal Consultant at IFAP. He joined the IFAP team as an OSH Consultant in 2002 and by September 2005 was appointed to Operations Manager until May 2008. Neville moved back to the mini...

Participants will be presented with the opportunity to access IFAP’s operating workplace environment in order to complete all assessments. Participants are required to wear enclosed shoes on both days of training.

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