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Health and safety representatives (HSRs)

For: Employers and managers Advocates Information seekers

Health and safety representatives, commonly referred to as HSRs, are workers who are elected to represent the health and safety interests of their work group.

We provide information for HSRs and workers interested in being a HSR about the role, HSR electionssupport and guides, and HSR training and providers


The HSR role explained

If you are elected as a health and safety representative (HSR) you:

  • represent the workers in your work group on health and safety matters and in discussions with managers on hazards and safety issues
  • monitor that the ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU)—a broad term used in work health and safety legislation to describe all forms of business—is meeting health and safety standards
  • promote the health and safety of workers in your work group
  • provide a vital communication link between people at work and the PCBU.

You are not expected to be an expert on health and safety, and you are not responsible for fixing problems in your workplace.

Who can be a HSR

You can be a health and safety representative (HSR) if:

  • you are a member of the work group who elected you, and
  • you have not been disqualified from performing the HSR role.

You can only be disqualified from the role if a court or tribunal decides you:

  • used a power or carried out a function for an improper purpose, or
  • used or disclosed information obtained for an improper purpose.

If your agency or organisation is covered by Commonwealth legislation, it is the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 which allows workers to be represented by a health and safety representative (HSR). If you work under a state authority, you need to refer to your state’s legislation.

Duties of a HSR

The primary duty of a health and safety representative (HSR) is to represent members of a work group in health and safety matters.

Other duties and powers are:

  • Investigating complaints from work group members.
  • Representing members of your work group in work health and safety issues.
  • Monitoring compliance by the ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU)
  • Inspecting a workplace where there has been an incident or situation involving a serious risk to someone’s health or safety. You must give the PCBU reasonable notice. You can inspect a workplace without giving notice if there is a serious risk to a person’s health or safety due to an immediate or imminent exposure to a hazard.
  • Accompanying an inspector during an investigation of the workplace.
  • Asking the regulator to carry out a workplace inspection and accompanying an inspector during the visit.
  • Requesting the regulator to assist where a work health and safety issue has not been resolved after reasonable efforts.
  • Requesting that a Health and Safety Committee be established.

You must have completed the HSR training before you can carry out these duties as a HSR:

  • initiate emergency stop-work procedures
  • direct a work group member to stop unsafe work and issue a provisional improvement notice (PIN). You must first consult with the PCBU and the person who the PIN is being issued to, unless the risk is so serious and immediate that it isn’t reasonable to do so.

    Download the Provisional Improvement Notice (PIN) form (PDF, 41.1 KB).

As a HSR, you can represent other work groups within your business or undertaking if the HSR from that other work group is unavailable and:

  • there is a serious risk to health or safety resulting from an immediate or imminent exposure to a hazard, or
  • a member of the other work group asks for your help.

When carrying out your health and safety representative (HSR) duties, you need to:

  • use your powers appropriately and only in relation to work health and safety matters
  • make sure any action you take while exercising your powers is not intended to cause harm to the ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU) or to an undertaking of the PCBU
  • represent members of your work group in a professional, timely and ethical manner.

Liabilities

As a health and safety representative (HSR), you are not personally liable for anything you do, or don’t do, in good faith when carrying out your duties under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.

You are also not personally liable for anything you do that you reasonably believe was authorised under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.

You can also choose when to exercise your powers and functions as a HSR. This means there is no legal duty or obligation for you to perform any of the duties of a HSR, or to exercise any powers of a HSR, under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.

Length of office

If you are elected as a health and safety representative (HSR), you hold office for three years unless you:

  • resign
  • stop being a worker in the work group you represent
  • are removed from the position by a majority decision of the work group, or
  • are disqualified as a HSR.

Membership of the Work Health and Safety Committee

If you are the only health and safety representative (HSR) at a workplace, you are automatically entitled to be a member of the relevant Work Health and Safety Committee. These internal committees are established and run in workplaces under work health and safety legislation.

The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 allows more than one HSR from each workplace to be a member of a Health and Safety Committee. The HSRs in a workplace, and not the ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU), decide who fills the available positions.

As a HSR, you don’t have to be a member of a Health and Safety Committee, but you may find it useful.

HSR elections

The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 allows workers within a business or undertaking to be grouped into work groups so they can elect a member of their group to represent them.

Step one—Ask for an election

Any worker may ask a ‘person conducting a business or undertaking’ (PCBU) to organise an election for one or more health and safety representatives (HSRs).

Step two—Begin negotiations for work groups

As health and safety representatives (HSRs) represent people in a work group, the formation of work groups must be decided before a representative can be elected.

The number of work groups and the workers who form a work group are agreed by the ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU) and the workers.

A HSR may represent workers across more than one business or organisation if all parties agree.

The PCBU must begin negotiations within 14 days of receiving a request from a worker. If a worker asks that a representative, such as a union official, be involved in negotiations then they must be included.

Negotiations must consider:

  • the number of workers in the business or undertaking
  • the number and grouping of workers who carry out the same or similar types of work
  • the diversity of workers and their work.

If negotiations fail or a PCBU has not started negotiations within 14 days of receiving a request, anyone who is involved in the negotiations can ask that an inspector be called in to determine the work groups. To request an inspector email whs.help@comcare.gov.au or call us on 1300 366 979.

Step three—Notify workers

As soon as negotiations are complete, the ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU) must advise workers of the outcome.

Step four—Elect HSRs

The workers in each work group can decide the procedure for electing their health and safety representative (HSR). This procedure must comply with requirements set out in part 5 of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.

The ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU) must provide any resources, facilities or assistance that are reasonably necessary for elections to be conducted.

The election may be conducted by the work group or, if a majority of members agree, with the help of another person or organisation such as a union.

Each work group member is entitled to one vote in the election.

If the number of candidates equals the number of vacancies, an election is not required.

See more information about elections, see the HSR information sheet (PDF, 78.3 KB).

Step five—Notify work group of the outcome

The person who conducted the election must advise the members of the work group and the ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU) of the results of the election as soon as reasonably practicable.


Operating as a HSR

Join the HSR network

Submit the Health and Safety Representative (HSR) Network Registration form to be part of Comcare's network for HSRs.

We'll let you know of upcoming events for HSRs, including regional network meetings, where you can meet other HSRs and discuss topics of interest.

Guides and resources

HSR Handbook

HSR Helpers outline some of the key issues HSRs face and what can be done.

Eye health

Time for HSR duties

As a health and safety representative (HSR), you are entitled to spend as much paid work time as is reasonably necessary to exercise your powers and perform your duties under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.

The PCBU must allow you to take paid time off work to carry out the health and safety representative (HSR) role including to:

  • take an accredited HSR course
  • undertake workplace inspections
  • be present at an interview about the safety of a worker, the PCBU or an investigator.

Extra help

Whenever necessary, you may ask a person to assist in your health and safety representative (HSR) duties. However, the ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU) is not required to pay for any external assistants who help a HSR at their workplace.

A PCBU must allow the HSR’s assistants to access the workplace, unless:

  • the assistant has had a work health and safety entry permit suspended or revoked, or
  • there are other reasonable grounds for refusing entry.

Deputy HSRs

Deputy health and safety representative (HSRs) may also be elected. Deputy HSRs are elected in the same way as HSRs and there may be more than one deputy HSR for a work group.

Provisions of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 that provide for the term of office, disqualification and immunity of HSRs also apply to deputy HSRs. Deputy HSRs are also entitled to the same training as HSRs.

A deputy HSR may only represent the workers when the elected HSR is unavailable.

Responsibilities others have to HSRs

PCBU’s responsibilities to HSRs

Under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, the ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU) must ensure that you can exercise your powers and perform your duties.

The PCBU must allow you to take paid time off work to exercise your powers as a health and safety representative (HSR) including to:

  • take an accredited HSR course
  • undertake workplace inspections
  • be present at an interview about the safety of a worker, the PCBU or an investigator.

Other responsibilities the PCBU has to you are:

  • Consulting with you about implementing workplace changes that may affect the health and safety of their workers.
  • Providing you with information about risks to the health and safety of workers and facilities necessary to exercise your powers.

Comcare’s commitment to HSRs

We will:

  • Maintain a health and safety representative (HSR) handbook to help guide you in your role.
  • Conduct compliance checks on workplaces to make sure HSR lists are up to date and lodged with us.
  • Make sure you are included in external communications, policy reviews and other feedback processes.
  • Carry out surveys seeking your feedback on our scheme and suggestions for improvement.
  • Make sure, where practicable, that we notify you when Comcare inspectors attend your workplace and invite you to observe our inspection process.
  • Attend HSR training courses and provide our insights on the course.
  • Make sure HSR training provider information is available on our website and appropriate accreditation standards are being assessed and met.
  • Ask for your input when designing campaigns and program themes for our annual service delivery.
  • Invite you to take part in relevant parts of our conferences and forums.
  • Respond to issues and disputes you raise, especially those relating to:
    • disputes over PINs issued by HSRs
    • use or inappropriate use of powers by HSRs
    • training needs for HSRs
    • consultation arrangements including work groups and election processes for HSRs.

What to do when you identify an issue

As a HSR, if you identify a health and safety issue and you believe the workplace is not complying with a requirement in the legislation, you should:

  • consult with the ‘person conducting the business or undertaking’ (PCBU). This will normally be your team leader, supervisor, manager or principal contractor who is obliged to discuss your concerns with you.
  • involve and update your fellow workers on any health and safety matters that concern them.
  • ensure that workers can contact you about the issue and that the communication process is an open one.

Work health and safety legislation encourages resolving issues through consultation. Consulting effectively is an important skill you will need in your role.

For more information, see Health and Safety Issue Resolution for HSRs workflow process (PDF, 29.6 KB).


HSR training

Health and safety representative (HSR) training is not mandatory. However, we encourage you to take up the training you are entitled to as it helps build the skills and knowledge to perform your role effectively. Once trained you have the power to issue PINs and direct work to stop.

If you ask for HSR training, you must be allowed to attend an approved course.

HSR training includes:

  • A five-day initial course of training. This is required if you who want to exercise your full powers and duties—in particular section 85 of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 and section 90 .
  • A one-day refresher training course. This is required for each year of office after you have completed the five-day initial course. It includes ongoing terms of office.

If you have previously been a HSR and are re-elected, you only need to attend the one-day refresher course if you have previously completed the initial five-day training. This does not apply if you have ever been permanently disqualified from a work group.

Initial five-day course

This course develops your skills so you can represent your work group in work health and safety matters and exercise health and safety representative (HSR) powers and duties under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011. It does not qualify you as an work health and safety specialist.

There are 35 hours of training. This can be delivered over five consecutive days or spread over a longer period with sessions being no shorter than one day.

Health and Safety Representative Training Course Requirements guidance (PDF, 1.1 MB) explains what you can reasonably be expected to do or know at the end of the course and includes:

  • how the course will be delivered
  • what your learning objectives and outcomes are
  • course activities
  • case studies
  • skills practice sessions.

One-day refresher course

Once you have completed the initial five-day course you are entitled to attend a one-day refresher training course each year.

The refresher course should include:

  • an overview of the learning outcomes from the five-day course
  • any relevant updates to work health and safety legislation
  • skills development related to your role, powers, duties and behaviours as a health and safety representative (HSR).

Providers of Comcare-approved HSR training courses

To apply to become a Comcare-approved provider of health and safety representative (HSR) training, see training providers.

Table 1 lists approved providers of HSR training courses for members of agencies and organisations under the Commonwealth legislation with contact details.

Table 1: Providers of Comcare-approved HSR training courses
ProviderContact details

Advance Consulting and Training

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

NSW
Head Office, Shop 4/78 Cahors Road, Padstow NSW 2211
Phone: 1300 400 647 or (02) 9635 4444
Email: office@advanceohs.com.au
Web: www.advanceohs.com.au
Note: Training can be conducted anywhere across Australia

ACT
2 Albany Street, Canberra ACT 2609

VIC
Level 9, 189 Queen Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

QLD
Level 54, 111 Eagle Street, Brisbane QLD 4000

WA
50 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000

AlertForce Pty Limited

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

NSW
Head Office,
Suite 205/24-30 Springfield Avenue, Potts Point NSW 2011

QLD
Level 10, 239 George Street, Brisbane QLD 4000

NT
Level 1, 48-50 Smith Street, Darwin NT 0800

VIC
Level 9, 440 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Phone: 1800 900 222
Client Service: Brendan Torazzi
0405 176 778
Email: service@alertforce.com.au
Web: www.alertforce.com.au

Australian Council of Trade Unions / Trades and Labour Councils (ACTU/TLC)

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

NSW
Health and Safety Training Australia (HOSTA)
Level 1, 133 Parramatta Road, Granville NSW 2142
(PO Box 162, Granville NSW 2142)
Phone: 1300 046 78 (1300 HOSTA)
Fax: 1300 046 782
Email: hosta@hosta.org.au
Web: www.hosta.org.au/nsw

QLD
Safework College of Workplace Health and Safety
Level 3, TLC, 16 Peel Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101
Phone: 07 3846 2411
Fax: 07 3844 9341
Web: www.safework.qld.edu.au

TAS
Unions Tasmania, 212 Liverpool Street, Hobart Tasmania 7000
Phone: 03 6212 7600
Email: admin@unionstats.com.au
Web: www.unionstas.com.au

VIC
Occupational Health and Safety Training Centre
54 Victoria Street, Carlton South VIC 3053
Phone: 03 9659 3511
Fax: 03 9639 0408
Email: ohstrain@vthc.org.au
Web: www.vthc.org.au

CWU National Office
ACTU House, Level 9, 365 Queen Street, Melbourne 3000
Phone: 03 9642 2100
Fax: 03 9642 0333
Email: cwu@cwu.org.au

SA
WorkHealth and Safety Training Centre
170 Greenhill Road, Parkside SA 5063
Phone: 08 8279 2222
Fax: 08 8279 2223
Email: saunions@saunions.org.au
Web: www.saunions.org.au

WA
Unity Training Services, Level 4, 445 Hay Street, Perth WA 6000
Phone: 08 9227 7809
Fax: 08 9328 8132
Email: admin@unitytraining.com.au
Web: www.unitytraining.com.au

Future Skills Ltd

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course

QLD and NT
The Construction Training Centre
Ian Barclay Building Suite 1.1
460–492 Beaudesert Road, Salisbury QLD 4107
(PO Box 55, Moorooka QLD 1405)
Freecall: 1300 817 545
Phone: 07 3848 2298
Fax: 07 3848 3466
Email: info@futureskills.asn.au
Web: www.futureskills.asn.au

Greg Seberry and Associates Pty Ltd

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5- day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

ACT
Phone: 02 6281 2338
Mobile: 0407 434 202
Email: gseberry@iimetro.com.au
Web: www.gsabiz.com.au

Job Safety Assistance Pty Ltd

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

Managing Director – Bruce Bridge
Mobile: 0428 644 529
Email: bbridge@jobsafety.com.au

Lead Trainer – Marilyn Bridge
Mobile: 0419 426 420
Email: marilyn@jobsafety.com.au

PO Box 6163 Yatala DC QLD 4207
Email: admin@jobsafety.com.au
Web: www.jobsafety.com.au

VIC
Wodonga – Northern Victoria and Southern NSW
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Bendigo and Central Regional Victoria
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Melbourne and Southern Victoria
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

ACT
Canberra and ACT Region
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

NSW
Sydney and Central NSW
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Tweed Heads, Northern NSW and Southern QLD
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Nowra and South Eastern NSW
Phone 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

TAS
Hobart and all regional areas
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Launceston and all regional areas
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

QLD
Brisbane and all regional areas
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Cairns and Northern QLD
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Gladstone and Central QLD regions
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Maryborough/Hervey Bay QLD and regional areas
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Townsville and regional areas
Phone: 0428 644529 and 0419 426 420

NT
Darwin and regional areas
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Alice Springs and all regional areas
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

SA
Adelaide and all regional areas
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

WA
Perth and all regional areas
Phone: 0428 644 529 and 0419 426 420

Konekt Ltd

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

Canberra
Suite 42, 2 King Street, Deakin ACT 2600
Phone: 02 6129 5292
Fax: 02 6129 5222

Adelaide
490 Regency Road, Enfield SA 5085
Phone: 08 8214 4000
Fax: 08 8214 4040

Web: www.konekt.com.au

Note: In addition to offering public training courses in Canberra and Adelaide, Konekt can deliver the 5-day training and 1-day refresher training as 'in-house' courses in all states and territories.

Mick Peterson and Associates Pty Ltd

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

ACT
140 Gladstone Street, Fyshwick ACT 2609
Phone: 02 6161 1119
Mobile: 0421 076 822
Email: mick.peterson@mickpetersonwhs.com.au
Web: www.mickpetersonwhs.com.au

National Safety Council of Australia

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

VIC
Fire and Safety Australia/NSCA Head Office
6-7 Hartnett Close, Mulgrave, VIC 3170
Phone: 1800 655 510
Fax: 03 8756 8293
Email: training@nsca.org.au

ACT
Fire and Safety Australia/NSCA
Ainslie Football and Social Club,
52 Wakefield Avenue, Ainslie ACT 2602
Gungahlin Lakes Golf and Community Club,
110 Gundaroo Drive, Nicholls ACT 2913
Phone: 1800 655 510
Fax: 03 8756 8293
Email: training@nsca.org.au

NSW
Fire and Safety Australia/NSCA
LASA, Level 8, 418A Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Phone:1800 655 510
Fax: 03 8756 8293
Email: training@nsca.org.au

SA
Fire and Safety Australia/NSCA
Unit 3, 259 Hanson Road, Wingfield SA 5013
Phone: 1800 655 510
Fax: 03 8756 8293
Email: training@nsca.org.au

QLD
Fire and Safety Australia/NSCA
Level 8, 133 Mary Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
Phone: 1800 655 510
Fax: 03 8756 8293
Email: training@nsca.org.au

WA
Fire and Safety Australia/NSCA
3/186 Bannister Road, Canning Vale WA 6155
Phone: 1800 655 510
Fax: 03 8756 8293
Email: training@nsca.org.au

NT
Fire and Safety Australia/NSCA
19 Georgina Crescent, Yarrawonga NT 0830
Phone: 1800 655 510
Fax: 03 8756 8293
Email: training@nsca.org.au

Occupational Safety and Health Associates (OSHA Aust)

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

VIC (including SA and TAS)
Head Office
Managing Director – Dr David McIvor
PO Box 6107, Doncaster VIC 3108

Phone: 03 9848 6788
Mobile: 0418 389 945
Email: osha@safety-health.com.au
Web: www.safety-health.com.au

NSW
Sydney and NSW
Phone: 02 8006 0283

QLD
Brisbane
Phone: 07 5641 1799

VIC
Melbourne and VIC
Phone: 03 9018 7041

WA
Perth and all regional areas
Phone: 08 9467 6089

PARASOL EMT Pty Limited

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

ACT
Head Office
Unit 17 Molonglo Mall, Fyshwick ACT 2609
Phone: 1300 366 818
Fax: 1800 000 666
Email: canberra@parasol.edu.au
Web: www.parasol.edu.au

VIC
Melbourne
Level 2, 84 Hotham Street, Preston VIC 3072
Phone: 1300 366 818
Fax: 1800 000 666
Email: canberra@parasol.edu.au

Recovre Pty Ltd

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

General contact details for all locations:
Phone: 03 8689 4665
Email: training@recovre.com.au
Web: www.recovre.com.au

ACT
Canberra Office,
Ground Floor, 27-29 Napier Close, Deakin ACT 2600

NSW
Parramatta
Suite 1, Level 8, 111 Phillip Street, Parramatta NSW 2150

Sydney
Level 36, Grosvenor Place, 225 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Bathurst
Suite 2, 2 Littlebourne Street, Bathurst NSW 2795

Campbelltown
Suite 17, Level 1, 42 Parkside Crescent, Campbelltown NSW 2560

Central Coast
Unit F, 2 Reliance Drive, Tuggerah NSW 2259

Coffs Harbour
2/9 Park Avenue, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450

Dubbo
Suite 2, 150 Darling Street, Dubbo NSW 2830

Lismore
79 Conway Street, Lismore NSW 2480

Newcastle
Corner Everton and Chatham Streets, Broadmeadow NSW 2292

Wollongong
Level 3, 166 Keira Street, Wollongong NSW 2500

VICMelbourne
Collins Square, Tower One, 727 Collins Street, Docklands 3008

Bendigo
1/59 King Street, Bendigo VIC 3550
(PO Box 641, Bendigo VIC 3550)

Geelong
Suite 6, 72 Gheringhap Street, Geelong VIC 3220

Morwell
1/4 Hoyle Street, Morwell VIC 3840

Shepparton
6/117 Wyndham Street, Shepparton VIC 3630
(PO Box 1939, Shepparton VIC 3632)

QLD
Brisbane

Ground Floor, 360 St Paul's Terrace, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

WA
Perth

Unit 3, 24 Parkland Road, Osborne Park WA 6017

SA
Adelaide

1 Greenhill Road, Wayville SA 5034

NT
Darwin

GPO Box 3219, Darwin NT 0801

TAS
Launceston

Level 1, 45 Cameron Street, Launceston TAS 7250

Note: In addition to offering courses at the above locations, Recovre can deliver 'in-house' courses in all states and territories. Please contact us for a quotation.

Shared Advantage Ltd

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

NSW
Level 7, 191-199 Thomas Street, Haymarket NSW 2000
Contact: Angie Tawa
Phone: 1300 137 006
Fax: 02 9212 6212
Email: whstraining@sharedadvantage.com.au
Web: www.sharedadvantage.com.au

VIC
Level 10, 440 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Contact: Angie Tawa
Phone: 1300 137 006
Fax: 02 9212 6212
Email: whstraining@sharedadvantage.com.au
Web: www.sharedadvantage.com.au

Training Services Australia Pty Ltd 

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course

WA
3/799 Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley WA 6050
Phone: (08) 9422 6444
Contact us: www.tsa-wa.com.au/contact-us
Web: www.tsa-wa.com.au

NOTE: In addition to offering courses at our Mt Lawley Training Centre, we can come to you. 'In-house' delivery is available in all states and territories. Please contact us for a quotation.

Transport Workers Union of NSW (TWU)

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course

NSW
22-24 John Hines Avenue, Michinbury NSW 2770
Phone: 02 9912 0700
Fax: 02 9891 4953
Email: info@twunsw.org.au
Web: www.twunsw.org.au

Providers of organisation-specific courses

Table 2 lists the providers of Commonwealth-accredited health and safety (HSR) training courses for members of specific organisations only.

Table 2: Providers of organisation-specific HSR training courses
ProviderContact details

Australia Post

Currently has approval to offer the following course:

  • 5-day initial course

Australia Post
GPO Box 1777, Melbourne VIC 3001
Contact: Manager, Licensing, Litigation and Compliance, Corporate Affairs and People
Phone: 03 9106 9824
Fax: (03) 9206 4131

John Holland Group Pty Ltd

Currently have the approval to offer the following courses:

  • 5-day initial course
  • 1-day refresher course

John Holland
70 Trennery Crescent, Abbotsford VIC 3067
Contact: Group General Manager People Performance
Phone: (02) 8572 3102 
Fax: (03) 8413 6443


More information

Call us on 1300 366 979 or email whs.help@comcare.gov.au for advice on workplace health and safety issues.

Page last reviewed: 15 December 2019
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