Update on RSC Safety Matters

Update on RSC Safety Matters

WHS Training at ANU RSC Info Session Deanne Drummond, RSC School Manager Torsten Schwich, RSC WHS Manager 15 May 2019 Aim of this Session Background (why are we doing this?) Who is required to undertake what training? What is RSCs approach? How do I get access to the training?

Where do I find relevant information? Who can I contact for advice? What can be expected over the next 12 months? Opportunities to provide feedback Background (why are we doing this?) Who is required to undertake what training? What is RSCs approach?

How do I get access to the training? Where do I find relevant information? Who can I contact for advice? What can be expected over the next 12 months? Opportunities to provide feedback Background Self Insurance o

Training completions (non-conformance from Comcare; Nov. 2018) o HF Procedure (ANU Chem. Handbook) o Chemical Purchasing Procedure o Spill kits o Ladder Register o Shelf replacement/register o

CMS cleanup o Nitric acid Background ANU Training modules o Tier 2 training (legislated) o ANU Policies and Procedures o Local best practice o Compliance with Acts, Regulations, Codes of Practice, Standards etc.

o Coordinated by WEG/Development o Awareness (pain points, hot spots) o Turn someone into an expert through a number of 3hour theory training modules Background (why are we doing this?) Who is required to undertake what training? What is RSCs approach?

How do I get access to the training? Where do I find relevant information? Who can I contact for advice? What can be expected over the next 12 months? Opportunities to provide feedback Who Is Required To Undertake What Training Rule of thumb: If training module is available and its relevant to work you perform or supervise, then training requirement applies.

Scenario: Worker handles ether in fume cupboard and the solvent ignites. Regulator comes in to investigate. First questions: Where is the risk assessment, and has the mandated training been undertaken? Who Is Required To Undertake What Training Who Is Required To Undertake What Training Who Is Required To Undertake What Training Who Is Required To Undertake What Training https:// forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?i d=XHJ941yrJEaa5fBTPkhkNx3Oz5kHGmZKkEI1 7lXi1S9UOFRIVE5RVUxKOExYTU1RRExXR05aQ lYwQS4u Each worker with card access performing independent work (i.e. not supervised at all times) to fill out one per candidature/ supervisor.

Currently NOT taking local RSC training into account. Background (why are we doing this?) Who is required to undertake what training? What is RSCs approach? How do I get access to the training? Where do I find relevant information? Who can I contact for advice?

What can be expected over the next 12 months? Opportunities to provide feedback What Is RSCs Approach 1. Local safety induction 2. Restricted building access (3 months max.) 3. Training Needs Assessment (TNA; with supervisor) 4. Complete all relevant training (ordinarily less than 1

month; both ANU modules and local training) 5. Extended building access once training completion confirmed (TNA + HRMS record) Background (why are we doing this?) Who is required to undertake what training? What is RSCs approach? How do I get access to the training? Where do I find relevant information?

Who can I contact for advice? What can be expected over the next 12 months? Opportunities to provide feedback How Do I Get Access To The Training PULSE o Chemical Safety

Laser Safety Liquid Nitrogen Laser Safety Ionising Radiation Incident & Hazard Reporting (Figtree) Asbestos Comcare WHS

Directly available no sign-up needed. Simply launch desired module. WATTLE o https://anusso.interactiontraining.net/ https://wattlecourses.anu.edu.au Compressed Gases (OHSCGCS_2019) Corrosives Safety (OHSC_2019) Flammable Liquids Safety (FLSA_2019)

Gene Technology Practices (GNTP_2019) Search for Wattle Search Codes, then click enroll. This will grant access to the materials and quiz. Face-to-face o https://horus.anu.edu.au/ (sign-up via HORUS/ISIS, course material on WATTLE or external) Biological Safety External training providers (e.g. First Aid, SCBA/Hazmat, Heights) Background (why are we doing this?) Who is required to undertake what training?

What is RSCs approach? How do I get access to the training? Where do I find relevant information? Who can I contact for advice? What can be expected over the next 12 months? Opportunities to provide feedback Where Do I Find Relevant Information

RSC WHS Noticeboard o https://chemistry.anu.edu.au/whs-noticeboard Where Do I Find Relevant Information RSC WHS Noticeboard o https:// chemistry.anu.edu.au/whs-notice board Where Do I Find Relevant Information ANU Training Catalogue o https:// services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/training-devel opment

Background (why are we doing this?) Who is required to undertake what training? What is RSCs approach? How do I get access to the training? Where do I find relevant information? Who can I contact for advice?

What can be expected over the next 12 months? Opportunities to provide feedback Who Can I Contact For Advice Training ambassadors o [email protected] (Rm 1.06) o [email protected] (Rm 3.50) o [email protected] (Rm 1.57) o [email protected] (Rm 1.66)

Technical Officers Group Supervisors and Senior Group Members [email protected] Background (why are we doing this?) Who is required to undertake what training? What is RSCs approach?

How do I get access to the training? Where do I find relevant information? Who can I contact for advice? What can be expected over the next 12 months? Opportunities to provide feedback What Can Be Expected Over The Next 12 Months RSC o

RSC Induction - PULSE (June 2019) o Increased awareness due to increased course completions ANU o Remaining WATTLE courses transferring to PULSE o Biosafety course becoming online-only o 2 mandatory Asbestos modules amalgamating to 1 o Review of course material and applicability commencing Sept. 2019 input from local areas essential o

Risk Management Methodology and Management System Training modules (drafted Sept. 2019, roll-out early 2020) Background (why are we doing this?) Who is required to undertake what training? What is RSCs approach? How do I get access to the training? Where do I find relevant information?

Who can I contact for advice? What can be expected over the next 12 months? Opportunities to provide feedback

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