SHE Rep Training Course



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Why SHE Rep Training?

she rep training coursesSHE Rep Training (Safety, Health & Environment Representative) gives the relevant management and staff insight and understanding to their responsibilities, roles and functions.

Benefits of SHE Rep Training:

  • Needed for compliance to the Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Act
  • Giving your staff reassurance that the best interests of their health & safety is being protected by representatives from their co-workers.

What to expect from our SHE Rep Training Courses

Engaging and Practical Training Courses

Our training programmes are designed to meet the highest standards in the industry. Our practical discussions approach to the theoretical content ensures that you can immediately apply what you’ve learned to your workplace, enhancing both safety and efficiency.

Positive Learning Environment

Creating a supportive and enjoyable learning atmosphere is one of our top priorities. By creating a great atmosphere and ensuring that our team is friendly and welcoming, we ensure that the course content, and training experience, is memorable. 

Collaborative Health and Safety Learning Experience

We foster an environment where learners can easily integrate and collaborate. This approach not only enhances understanding but also helps build professional networks.


Send your contact details for the invoice. For onsite training also send the physical address


Receive invoice and send proof of payment to confirm training.


For onsite training, once PoP is recieved, we can book the facilitator and date.

Duration: 1 Day (8 Hours)

Venue: We offer onsite training for groups.

Pricing: Contact us for your custom price based on the number of participants and location.

Describing the Workplace Legal Framework

  • Learning the definitions and terminology of the Act
  • Looking at the Objectives of Health and Safety Legislation
  • Understanding the Statutory Requirements of the SHE Representative
  • Knowing the Function and Rights of the SHE Rep
  • Discussion the significance of the SHE Committee
  • Addressing the Statutory Requirements applicable to the employer

Addressing scope of Authority within SHE

  • Deal with Management Responsibilities regarding safety Health and Environment
  • Resolving of Organisation Policies and Procedures
  • Describing the Purpose and consultative requirements of conducting SHE representation
  • Agreeing on the Importance of Evaluating Workplace Safety
  • Explaining the reasons and consequences with the National Health and Safety Legislation