Bedrock Solutions List of Workshops
The table below lists the workshops available in-house or public.

Workshop Title Page No
1 Health and Safety Awareness 2
2 Managing Hazards 2
3 Incident Investigation 2
4 Role of Health and Safety Representatives 2
5 Running Effective Health and Safety Committee Meetings 2
6 J ob Safety Analysis 2
7 Emergency Preparedness 3
8 The Wellness Toolkit 3
9 Carrying Out Effective Health and Safety Audits 3
10 Approved Health & Safety Representatives
Workshop(Introduction to Health and Safety)
3
11 Stage Two Approved Health & Safety Representatives
Workshop (Incident Investigation)
4
12 Introduction to the Health & Safety in Employment Act 1992 4
13 Safe Manual Handling 4
14 Contractor Safety 4
15 Introduction to Quality Management 5
16 The Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 5
17 Introduction to Ergonomics 5
18 Handling, Storage and Disposal of Chemicals in the
Workplace
5
19 Hazard Identification on Plant and Machinery 6
20 Health and Safety Warrant of Fitness 6
 
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December 2011
 
Workshop Title
Duration
(in-house)
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
1
Health and Safety
Awareness
½ day
 Understand the purpose of health and safety systems at work
 Find ways of managing hazards and incidents
 Learn about the different ways of communicating health and
safety at work
2 Managing Hazards ½ day
 Participate in the hazard management process from the
hazard identification stage through to the risk assessment,
control and monitoring stage.
 Understand their responsibilities under safety legislation
3 Incident Investigation 1day
 Understand why workplace accidents/ incidents need to be
reported, recorded and investigated
 Understand why accidents aren’t reported and how they
can change this
 Understand injury causation models (Loss Causation, ACC
Worksafe Injury Model, J ames Reason’s “Swiss Cheese
Model” etc)
 Learn the five stages of managing accidents – response,
preparation, investigation, recommendations, feedback
 Carry out effective investigations
4
Role of Health and
Safety
Representatives
2 days
 Have an understanding of the roles of a H&S Representative
in relation to injury management, communication with
colleagues, managers and external personnel
 Respond to reports of unsafe working conditions
 Understand the totality of health and safety systems and how
these integrate with workplace management systems
 Identify the requirements of the HSE Act
5
Running Effective
Health and Safety
Committee Meetings
1 day
 Understand the legal requirements for employee participation
under the Health & Safety in Employment Act.
 Gain the knowledge and resources to establish an effective
committee, hold elections for members and understand the
functions of a committee and its members
6 J ob Safety Analysis ½ day
 Understand what a J ob Safety Analysis is
 Prepare a work method statement
 Undertake a job safety analysis
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December 2011
Workshop Title
Duration
(in-house)
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
7
Emergency
Preparedness
1 day
 Demonstrate knowledge of evacuation requirements for their
worksite
 Identify types of emergencies and prepare for potential
emergencies that may interrupt workplace activities and/ or
routines
 Take action to contain the effect of an emergency and assist
in the evacuation of people from danger in a workplace
emergency
8 The Wellness Toolkit 1 day
 Define individual, team and company wellness
 Understand triggers that impact wellness
 Learn strategies to assist in the development of workplace
wellness
 Learn communication tools to advocate for self, teams and
others
9
Carrying Out
Effective Health and
Safety Audits
2 days +
post
course
work
 Understand components of a health and safety system and
its integration with workplace management systems.
 Know key New Zealand health and safety management
standards
 Plan for and conduct a health and safety management
systems audit
 Document and report results of audit findings

10
Stage One Approved
Health & Safety
Representatives
Workshop
(Introduction to
Health and Safety)

2 days +
post
course
work
 Understand the totality of health & safety systems and how
these integrate with workplace management systems.
 Describe the principles of the HSE Act, Regulations and
Amendments and the roles played by employers,
employees, unions and external agencies such as OSH,
ACC etc
 Describe all legislation impacting on health and safety in
the workplace and its underlying principles of
 Have an understanding of the roles of a Health and Safety
Representative in relation to injury management,
communication with colleagues, managers and other
external personnel such as unions and H&S inspectors,
accident investigations, hazard identification and in
general promoting worker interests in health and safety.
 Respond to reports of unsafe working conditions

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December 2011
Workshop Title
Duration
(in-house)
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
11
Stage Two Approved
Health & Safety
Representatives
Workshop (Incident
Investigation)

2 days +
post
course
work
 Understanding of the totality of health & safety systems and
how these integrate with workplace management systems.
 Building on the skills and knowledge acquired during Stage
1 to enable trainees to effectively perform their
responsibilities under the HSE Act
 Ensure Health & Safety Representatives are fully conversant
with their duties in relation to injury management,
communication with colleagues, managers and other
external personnel such as unions and H&S inspectors,
accident investigations, hazard identification and in
general promoting worker interests in health and safety.
 Understand why workplace accidents/ incidents need to
be reported, recorded and investigated
 Understand injury causation models
 Be able to effectively undertake an investigation
12
Introduction to the
Health & Safety in
Employment Act 1992
1 day
 Describe the intention and coverage of the HSE Act
 Identify the duties and responsibilities of everyone in the
workplace
 Describe health and safety documentation used in the
workplace
 Identify the administration and enforcement provisions of
the Act
 Identify fines and penalties
13
Safe Manual
Handling
½ day
 Identify the types of manual handling risks in the workplace
 Describe the structure and function of the spine
 Identify the risk factors for manual handling injuries
 Identify back care techniques
 Identify workplace control measures to reduce the risk of
back injury

14 Contractor Safety 1 day
 Explain the legal and organizational requirements for
engaging contractors on site
 Explanation of how to manage the use of contractors on
site
 Learn how to carry out contractor performance reviews

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December 2011
Workshop Title
Duration
(in-house)
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
15
Introduction to
Quality Management
1 day
 Explain fundamentals of quality and its management
 Explain the role of supply chain relationships in quality and
its management
 Describe quality management systems; and identify
approaches to quality improvement

16
The Hazardous
Substances and New
Organisms Act
1 day
 Describe the purpose and principles behind the HSNO Act
 Identify the duties and responsibilities for dealing with
hazardous substances and new organisms
 Describe the application process to import, manufacture or
contain hazardous substance and import or release new
organisms
 Explain the requirements for controlling hazardous
substances and new organisms
 Describe the enforcement and compliance regime
 Describe the roles and responsibilities of Environment Risk
Management Authority (ERMA) and enforcement officers
for hazardous substances emergencies

17
Introduction to
Ergonomics
1day
 Describe what DPI is according to health and safety
guidelines
 Outline groups of contributory factors and how they
combine to result DPI
 Contributory factors to be considered when managing DPI
 Managing risks to staff experiencing DPI

18
Handling, Storage
and Disposal of
Chemicals in the
Workplace
1 day
 Introduction to hazardous substances
 Identification of chemicals, their properties and effects
 Precautions for the storage, handling and disposal of
hazardous substances
 Roles and responsibilities of those handling and disposing of
hazardous substances
 Learning on how to deal with chemical spills

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December 2011
Workshop Title
Duration
(in-house)
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
19
Hazard Identification
on Plant and
Machinery
1 ½ days
 Describe hazards associated with plant and machinery in
the workplace
 Legal requirements for controls plant and machinery
hazards
 Development of plant/ machinery hazard management
plans

20
Health and Safety
Warrant of Fitness
1 day
 Understanding of company obligations under current safety
legislation
 Describe the key components of a health and safety
management system
 Check the status of their workplace health and safety
systems
 Implement improvement strategies to make company
health and safety systems more effective

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