Safety Assist provides training in two environments to suit the individual needs of the client.
Traditional classroom training is provided through our association with Worksafe Training from NZ Safety.
NZ Safety Worksafe Training provides:
- Improved health & safety practice
- Reduced workplace insurance costs
- A greater understanding of the law
- Improved management of your business
- Awareness of legal obligations
- Avoidance of severe penalties
- Course material to get you started
Current courses include:
- Health and Safety Auditing
- Health and Safety Courses
- Height Safety & Confined Space Courses
- First Aid Training Courses
- Spill Response Training
- HSNO Approved Handlers and Hazardous Substances Management
To discuss your options contact the Worksafe Training Co-ordinator - NZ Safety
e-Learning Live provides an alternative to traditional classroom based training.
The advantages are:
- Web based delivery of content (just need broadband connection and phone to connect-in)
- Virtual classroom limited to 25 participants
- Experienced trainer conducting workshops, case studies, polls and tests
- Delivered as 90 minute modules over a 2 to 8 week period (dependant on course)
- Minimal disruption to your daily work pattern (modules held morning and afternoon)
- Carbon friendly (no travel costs)
- Course material, resources and prep-work available in advance
- Catch up modules permitted for genuine absenteeism
- Post learning experience is supported with free membership to our social networking forum
- Cost effective (lower cost to traditional classroom environment)
We encourage an environment where the participants can make full use of their knowledge gained.
This allows you to Recognise, Relate, Assimilate and Apply your knowledge.
2012 courses include:
- Health & Safety Representative Training (to be approved)
- Health and Safety for Managers
- Practical Health & Safety
- Hazard Management
- Incident Management
- Principal/Contractor Management
- Drug & Alcohol Management
- Advanced Incident Management (Serious Harm/Fatality management)
Please note, that our e-learning live training courses are scheduled to commence late 2012.