Safety in the office



Create a safety culture within your organisation by recognising, controlling and eliminating risks.This module will introduce you to Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) standards and guidelines by taking you through scenarios that will help your team, colleagues and peers make better decisions.

WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility


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Safety in the office
Safety in the office
Safety in the office
Safety in the office

Learning outcomes

I want my learner to be able to:

  • Explain why WHS is important to them, their colleagues, the workplace and community;
  • Explain what specific WHS obligations they have as a team member;
  • Identify hazards in an office environment and make logical assumptions about related tasks and complete a hazard report;
  • Follow the relevant procedures and respond appropriately when faced with an emergency situation;
  • Outline how their workstation can be set-up in a safe, comfortable and ergonomically responsible way.

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WCAG AA 2.1 compliant

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