Hazard Control and Injury Prevention in a Rural Workplace
This course provides the trainee with the knowledge of hazard control and injury prevention in a rural workplace. The trainee will demonstrate an ability to identify and describe rural workplace hazards, the reasons why they are hazards, and the harm they cause, describe hazard control methods, and complete associated documentation, demonstrate knowledge of the economic, physical, and psychological consequences of injury in a rural workplace, and demonstrate knowledge of the role of organisations associated with workplace safety, and the HSE Act.
NZQA Unit Standards 23540 Demonstrate knowledge of hazards, hazard control, and the consequences of injury in a rural workplace
23542 Identify factors, and describe how to manage factors, that contribute to injury in a rural workplace
Learning Style and Assessment Processes The course will consist of both theory and practical assessment that will ensure trainees have a good understanding of the hazards associated within a rural workplace.
Attendance NumbersMinimum of 15, Maximum of 20 Course Duration1 day