Workplace Health Safety – TAKE 7 – The must have fundamentals

Workplace Health Safety – TAKE 7 – The must have fundamentals

Short Course

Workplace Health Safety – TAKE 7: The must-have fundamentals

Workplace health and safety is everyone’s responsibility. This workshop will help participants understand important obligations about compliance and key strategies that can be implemented to ensure a safe and healthy work environment. The Take 7 – must-have areas for compliance include: 

  1. Mandatory consultation requirements
  2. Hazard management risk assessment and reporting
  3. Chemical handling and storage
  4. Staff induction and training activities and records

What you will learn

How to access and control risk in the workplace.

 Typical hazards in the workplace and how to identify them.

 How to effectively report safety concerns. 

 

 Environmental strategies and emergency procedures. 

 Developing a safety first culture. 

 Contribute to WHS measures and initiatives. 

 

“TABMA Training delivered an uncomplicated, comprehensive and cost effective training module for key staff at ITI Queensland”.

Matt Partridge

QLD State Manager, ITI Australia

Timber Take-Offs

Timber Take-Offs

Short Course

Timber Take-Offs

Timber merchants are frequently asked to interpret plans and sketches for customers in order to provide quotes. This course provides participants with the essential knowledge and skills required to provide effective estimation advice to clients based on simple construction drawings. By attending this workshop, participants will confidently be able to provide accurate estimates in a timely manner leading to increased customer satisfaction with the service provided and repeat business.

By attending this workshop, participants will confidently be able to provide accurate estimates in a timely manner leading to increased customer satisfaction, with the service provided and repeat business.

A nationally recognised statement of attainment of competency in FWPCOT3214 Take Off Material Quantities, FWPCOT3204 Prepare Sketches and Drawings will be issued following successful completion if assessment is undertaken. 

 

What you will learn: 

 How to perform quality and cost calculations.

 How to reduce errors at the design and quoting stage.

 How to maximise sales by identifying add-ons and ancillary items.

How to interpret sketches and drawings.

 How to accurately “take off” measurements and quantities from drawings. 

 How to advise key considerations when advising customers.

QUARTER 1 2021 DATES: 

Full course 4 Sessions:

Session 1: Thursday, 18 February 2021

Session 2: Thursday, 25 February 2021

Session 3: Thursday, 4th March 2021

Session 4: Thursday, 11th March 2021

*Places are limited

TIME:

9:00am – 1:00pm (AEST)

Full Course only $750pp

5% Discount for Hardware Australia Members

*Places are limited

Now online

4 sessions via Zoom

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Find out more by calling 1300 391 426

“Our people are more aware of how their job impacts on others in the business. This has led to people discovering even better ways of working together. TABMA trainers have relevant industry experience and can add real value to our participants.”

Neil Jones

Versace Timber

Succession planning: future proofing your business

Succession planning: future proofing your business

NEW! short course

Succession Planning: future proofing your business

When a key employee announces that they are leaving the organisation, effective immediately, it could be one of those nasty surprises that creates incredible turmoil. What matters most is how the business is prepared to respond to such occasions.

The foundation for coping successfully with staffing surprises is succession planning. 

Essentially, succession planning is a conscious decision by an organisation to foster and promote the continual development of employees, and ensure that key positions maintain some measure of stability, thus enabling an organisation to achieve its business goals and objectives on an ongoing basis.

When a sudden leadership or key position void is experienced, it makes no sense to start the development process. It is too late because proper development can take months or even years.

    What you will learn

    Losing key employees what impact could it have on your business?

    What is succession planning and why is it so important?

    How can succession planning be done effectively?

    Assessing key positions and their role in business operations.

    Conducting a risk assessment on key people.

    Internal vs external candidates – developing capability for the long-term.

    Identifying suitable staff members – have they got what it takes?

    The role of coaching and mentoring.

    Putting your overall plan together. 

    Check out dates in your state or territory or find out more by calling 1300 391 426

    “Our people are more aware of how their job impacts on others in the business. This has led to people discovering even better ways of working together. TABMA trainers have relevant industry experience and can add real value to our participants.”

    Neil Jones

    Versace Timber

    Manual handling techniques

    Manual handling techniques

    Short Course

    Manual Handling Techniques

    This workshop is ideal for anyone that lifts, pushes, pulls and carries material in the workplace. TABMA WHS Division has developed this workshop specifically for the Timber Industry.

    The workshop will cover the following key areas:

    • What is manual handling?
    • Why is manual handling relevant to you and your workplace?
    • Techniques to lift and handle large objects
    • How to prevent injury in the workplace
    • Learn to conduct, document and complete risk assessments in the workplace

    This workshop will allow employees to return to their workplace better able to understand how to apply the correct manual handling techniques for any given workplace situation.

    Check out dates in your state or territory or find out more by calling 1300 391 426

    Essential Supervision skills

    Essential Supervision skills

    short course

    Essential Supervision Skills

    A one day workshop designed to provide existing supervisors and senior staff (aspiring
    supervisors) with the essential skills necessary for the effective leadership and
    performance management of a small group of workers. Conducted by trainers with
    significant supervisory and industry experience, implementing essential supervision
    techniques will lead to increased productivity, happier staff and a better workplace
    culture.

    Suitable for frontline supervisors and leading hands.

    What you will learn

    Explain the role of a productive supervisor and the importance of effective leadership

     Recognise the characteristics of effective teams 

     Competently coach team members on the job (skills based coaching)

     

     Effective communication including being assertive

     Recognise the individual needs of staff and give appropriate feedback. 

     Motivating and managing staff for improvement performance. 

     

    Check out dates in your state or territory or find out more by calling 1300 391 426

    “TABMA Training delivered an uncomplicated, comprehensive and cost effective training module for key staff at ITI Queensland”.

    Matt Partridge

    QLD State Manager, ITI Australia