Ensuring your staff are properly trained in work health and safety best practice is not only essential to minimise the risk of workplace injuries but is also necessary to achieve compliance with Work Health and Safety Regulations. Aurata Safety offers a range of nationally recognised workplace health and safety training courses which arm participants with the necessary skills to undertake particular tasks safely, assess and mitigate risk and respond to specific workplace emergencies.
The Risks of Undertraining
Employees who do not possess the necessary training to undertake their work safely present a risk not only to themselves but also to other employees and their organisation as a whole. Even tasks that could be considered relatively low risk, such as lifting boxes, if not done correctly can result in injuries as well as costly penalties, compensation claims and damage to an organisation’s reputation. Furthermore, ongoing unsafe work practices can lead to increased shutdowns and overall reduced productivity. So ultimately, providing access to proper workplace health and safety training is good for people and good for business.
Complete Safety and Risk Assessment Services
In addition to providing workplace health and safety training courses, Aurata Safety offers fully customised safety audit, risk assessment and emergency management services throughout Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and Australia-wide. Our broad ranging experience across a variety of sectors, and expertise spanning all relevant Regulations, Standards and Codes of Practice, enables us to efficiently assess our clients’ operations and report on any safety and compliance gaps. We then work with our clients on the most efficient and cost-effective measures to meet their regulatory obligations and safeguard their people.
Learn more about our workplace health and safety training courses below or contact us for advice on how to best meet your organisation’s requirements.
Our website has a comprehensive range of information that will help you make an informed decision regarding the training we provide. Please refer to the Student Handbook for general information regarding your rights and responsibilities when we provide training to you.
Unique Student Identifier
If you are undertaking nationally recognised training you will need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). It is free and easy for you to create your own USI online. By law, training organisations can only issue your certificate once they have received your USI. Please visit https://www.usi.gov.au/ to create your USI.