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Are you interested in becoming a Work Health and Safety (WHS) Officer in Perth?

If so, there are specific steps you need to take to get started. This guide will provide you with an overview of what you need to know to become a WHS Officer in Perth, including information about the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety offered by Core Security Training.

What does a WHS Officer do?

A WHS Officer, also known as an Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Officer, is responsible for ensuring that workplaces comply with safety regulations and standards. Their role is to identify potential hazards, assess risks, and develop and implement safety procedures and policies to prevent accidents and injuries.

WHS Officers work in a variety of industries, including construction, mining, manufacturing, and healthcare. They are responsible for conducting safety audits, investigating accidents and incidents, and developing training programs to educate employees on safety procedures.

Steps to become a WHS Officer in Perth.

STEP 1

Understand the qualifications required

To become a WHS Officer, you will need to have completed a qualification in Work Health and Safety. The most common qualification is the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety, which is offered by registered training organisations (RTOs) like Core Security Training.

STEP 2

Choose an RTO and enrol in the course

Once you have decided to pursue a career as a WHS Officer, you will need to choose an RTO to complete your Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety. Core Security Training is one such RTO that offers this course.

The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety is a nationally recognised qualification that covers a range of topics related to workplace health and safety. The course is priced at $1800 (RRP) and runs for a total of 5 Days. For more information, see the Certificate 4 in WHS course page.

STEP 3

Gain relevant work experience

While completing your Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety, it is essential to gain relevant work experience. This experience will help you understand how safety regulations and policies are implemented in the workplace.
You can gain work experience by volunteering at your local community organisation or undertaking an internship with a company that has a strong safety culture.

STEP 4

Apply for a job

Once you have completed your Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety and gained relevant work experience, you can begin to apply for WHS Officer positions in Perth. You can search for jobs on job boards like Seek or Indeed, or you can approach companies directly to inquire about any job openings.

Start your career in WHS today!

Becoming a WHS Officer in Perth can be a fulfilling career choice for those who are passionate about safety and compliance. By completing the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety offered by Core Security Training, gaining relevant work experience, and applying for jobs, you can pursue a career as a WHS Officer and make a meaningful difference in the workplace.

Book your spot online and kick start your career with Core Security Training today!

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