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Work Health & Safety Induction and Training

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Induction

University Minimum Requirements

  1. New or transferred continuing employees and fixed term contract employees
     
    • Completion of a health and safety induction at the local workplace (using WHS Form 23 Induction Checklist or equivalent). Induction must occur as soon as possible on commencement and be completed within the first week of employment or transfer. Records of completed induction must be signed off by the relevant supervisor and kept locally.
    • Completion of the online Health and Safety Fundamentals learning module. To access the modules click on E3 Learning. Log in using your university username and your personal password to access the learning portal. If you have problems logging in please e-mail HSIM.SafetyWellbeing@unisa.edu.au
  2. New or transferred sessional / casual employees
     
    • Sessional / casual employees who are expected to work on campus at any time are required to complete a health and safety induction at the local workplace (using WHS Form 23 Induction Checklist or other equivalent). Induction must occur as soon as possible on commencement and be completed within the first week of employment or transfer. Records of completed induction must be signed off by the relevant supervisor and kept locally.

      NOTE: It is not a mandatory requirement for casual employees to complete any online training courses.
      Casual employees who are not required to work on campus should refer to the relevant Quick Guides for health safety & injury management information.

Training and Staff Development

To complement the induction process, a variety of health safety and injury management learning and development short courses are provided across the university. Individual schools, units, institutes and centres may also coordinate specific training to suit local needs.

The WHS Training Needs Guide Form WHS13 is to be used by supervisors to determine what new and ongoing training employees require for their particular role.

Training courses are divided into two categories. View each category below for more detail on available courses, facilitated either internally or externally and their method of delivery i.e. online or face to face.

Please note: The e3 Learning Training portal is currently being enhanced for ease of use in line with the University training needs analysis (TNA WHS13).

  1. Recommended Training: Related to general responsibilities as employees of the University. Coordinated by the Safety and Wellbeing Team and delivered either online or face-to-face.

    Records of all completed online generic training are automatically maintained within the HR Management System.
     
  2. Risk Specific Training: Related to identified areas of health and safety risk. Coordinated by the Safety and Wellbeing Team and delivered either online or face-to-face.

    Records of all completed online and face to face risk specific training provided and facilitated by the Safety and Wellbeing Team are maintained within the HR Management System.
     

Registering for courses

If you have problems logging in please email HSIM.SafetyWellbeing@unisa.edu.au


NOTE: There is no requirement to repeat online modules unless there is a need to do so because of an identified learning gap.

For further information regarding training courses, vacancies and waiting lists and student access please contact Safety & Wellbeing Enquiries or phone: 8302 2459.


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