Our nationally accredited Certificate III In Work Health And Safety Qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to perform operational work health and safety tasks required in addition to your main role.
Considered a foundation course, we have supported many many students through this competency-based course with the expert guidance of highly experienced instructors. Assisting you in maintaining a safe and healthy workplace, this Certificate III In Work Health And Safety training is
- Relevant to all industries and businesses of all sizes across the public and private sector.
- Comprises of a range of core and electives nationally recognised units of competency that you can apply in your current role and draw upon in your future career progression.
- Excellent starting point for building occupational health and safety responsibilities.
Join our nationally accredited course with our industry-recognised trainers and attain the skills and knowledge required to contribute to a range of WHS tasks in your workplace.
- UOC: BSBWHS30719- Certificate III in Work Health & Safety
- Cost: From $2,600
- Duration: 1 yr
- Funding Available
Designed specifically for those performing work health and safety (WHS) activities outside of their main tasks, including providing technical guidance and support to team members, this Certificate 3 In Work Health And Safety qualification provides the skills and knowledge required to contribute to a variety of WHS tasks. Please check out the course units of study below
Our Certificate III is completed over a year and involves the following units of study
- Contribute to WHS issue-resolution processes -BSBWHS310
- Participate in identifying and controlling hazardous chemicals – BSBWHS331
- Identify, prevent and report potential facility emergency situations – PUAFER001
- Participate in WHS hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control processes – BSBWHS308
- Apply knowledge of WHS laws in the workplace – BSBWHS307
- Contribute effectively to WHS communication and consultation processes – BSBWHS309
- Apply communication skills – BSBCMM211
- Contribute to continuous improvement – BSBSTR301
- Provide First Aid – HLTAID011
- Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices – BSBSUS211
- Organise workplace information – BSBINS3020
Once you successfully complete this course, you’ll receive a certificate. It shows your Qualification and Academic Transcript for each unit you have passed. All are recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework.
This is a nationally recognised qualification and is issued by Harness Energy (RTO 40521).
No course pre-requisites apply. Read ‘Important to know’ on this page within course details section. You will need a computer with MS Office suite & PDF reader installed.
Please also review the general important information (relevant to ALL courses) contained in Important Course Requirements
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Frequently Asked Questions
Certificate III in WHS provides a strong platform for any working role – whether health and safety is your preferred career direction or not. This will support all your further career aspirations as WHS is fundamental to so many businesses.
Common reasons for WHS training include; Workplace safety and minimisation of injury or accidents, Enhancing productivity – safely, Attracting and retain top staff because organisations take WHS seriously resulting in a positive impact on a company’s reputation, Financial – Clearly good WHS systems have a positive impact on financials through potential savings in insurances, reduced accidents etc, Career progression – this qualification is a good foundation for developing a range of career goals
Yes you may be eligible to access funding – which we can help you with! Submit the enquiry form to find out more.
Funding options include User Choice Funding.
We have years of experience in delivering this WHS course – and safety courses in general – across the dynamic range of industries we serve. We have nurtured individuals and provided expert guidance at an intellectual level as well as mentoring support as part of the Cert III WHS -based programs we run. If you work in industries or jobs that have a medium to high risk profile such as Construction, Transport, Logistics, Mining, Oil and Gas, Exploration industry sectors you will find the course run by us extremely valuable.
Everyone is. However, some duties sit naturally at at an organisational level for example, the purchase of machinery and equipment to meet key safety and risk minimisation goals. However, it is not a one-sided obligation, because you all have a responsibility to proactively raise issues or potential hazards around current and potential equipment. There is much nuance within WHS across a whole organisation and this course will help anchor this for each student. There is an excellent Overview of Safety ToolKit Fundamentals Overview at: https://www.worksafe.qld.gov.au/safety-fundamentals/home which will help you and your organisation understand more including commitment, managing risks, consultation, reporting, worker capability, working environment, worker compensation & recovery.
All work has some risk associated. This is an entry level course and will pre-arm you with an appreciation of WHS as you work in your current role or for a future role. Part of our course intent, is the importance of worker consultation at each step of the risk management process creation, education and ensuring workers really understand risks and control measures. At Harness, we think about all these elements as part of our approach to this Cert III WHS qualification.
- BSBWHS310 – Contribute to WHS issue-resolution processes
- BSBWHS331 – Participate in identifying and controlling hazardous chemicals
- PUAFER001 – Identify, prevent and report potential facility emergency situations
- BSBWHS308 – Participate in WHS hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control processes
- BSBWHS307 – Apply knowledge of WHS laws in the workplace
- BSBWHS309 – Contribute effectively to WHS communication and consultation processes
- BSBCMM211 – Apply communication skills
- BSBSTR301– Contribute to continuous improvement
- HLTAID011 – Provide First Aid
- BSBSUS211 – Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
- BSBINS302 – Organise workplace information
Relevant additional reading from WorkSafe QLD and more:
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Working At Heights + Rescue
- PUAFIR210 – Prevent injury
- PUASAR022 – Participate in a Rescue Operation
- RIWHS204E – Work safely at heights
- PUAEME001 – Provide emergency care