Legal Liability – Unit Standard 120344

Purpose of this course

The purpose of this course is to equip delegates with the basic principles of relevant current Health & Safety Legislation and to  inform delegates about the consequences of non-compliance. 

Upon completion Delegates:

Will be able to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of the relevant Health               & Safety legislation

Will be able to explain the requirements for compliance  as stated in the current legislation 

Will be able to determine management controls that are  required per the Health & Safety legislation in order to                          achieve compliance

Will be able to demonstrate the relevant knowledge and skills pertaining to record keeping in alignment wit Health &               Safety legislation

 Will be able to explain the legal obligations of Employers in accordance with training and communication

Who should attend?

All employers (Section 8 of the OHS Act)

Chief Executive Officers (Section 16 of the OHS Act)

Health and Safety Representatives Sections 17 and 18 of the OHS Act)

 The Health and Safety Committee (Sections 19 and 20 of the OHS Act)

First Aiders (General Safety Regulation 3 of the OHS Act)

General Employees (Section 14 of the OHS Act)

Contractors to the business (Section 37 of the OHS Act)

Course details

Can be done on a mobile phone, tablet or laptop with an internet connection.

Can be completed in your own time. No rush.

Delegate to receive a certificate



This course is available both online and offline.

The cost of the online course package is R764.50

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