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HSR ALERT! Last chance to enrol in Commonwealth HSR Bridging course
 

LAST CALL for Commonwealth Health and Safety Representatives to do the 1 day Bridging Course

Commonwealth Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) who were elected and trained under the previous Occupational Health and Safety Act, and still in office on 1 Jan 2012, can continue exercising their full powers if they:

  • Complete the 1 day HSR Bridging course
    before 1 January 2014, or
  • Complete the full 5 days HSR training course
    after 1 January 2014.

The 1 day HSR Bridging course option will no longer be available from 1 January 2014

ENROL TODAY to have your previous training recognised and continue to support your workgroup in making your workplace a safe and sustainable place to work.

NSCA can also provide the full Commonwealth Health and Safety Representatives Initial 5 Day Course.

 

HSR Bridging training

This course is only available for current Health and Safety Representatives elected and trained under the previous Commonwealth OHS Act - for more information call 1800 655 510.

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Call 1800 655 510 today.

 
 
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