Available courses

Course image Fire Warden and Emergency Procedures
Courses

Being a Fire Warden in an office or building is a very serious job and not knowing what to do in a situation could create harm to people and property.

Learn and know what responsibilities you have when you are a Fire Warden in an emergency situation. Learn what evacuation procedures are to be carried out, including what to do with all of your equipment. Learn how to communicate with your team during an emergency situation.

Course Structure

Our Fire Warden training covers all aspects of being a warden including topics such as: 

  • Basic Fire Training
  • Head Warden Duties
  • Deputy Warden Duties
  • Evacuation Responsibilities
  • Warden Identification
  • R.A.C.E (Remove, Alert, Confine, Evacuate or Extinguish)
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Heights Safety and Awareness - Refresher
Courses

The Heights Awareness Refresher Training course covers information around working at and in environments where height is a factor.
If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz

It explains topics such as Scaffolding, Duty holders, Anchorage and much more. The course includes videos and audio bites that have demonstrations to ensure the student gets a good understanding of heights awareness.

THIS TRAINING IS TO BE USED AS A REFRESHER ONLY! Trainees must have completed practical training in the past two years to qualify for this training.

Course Structure

The course includes a combination of theory and practical sessions, including the following features:

  • Learn about systems of fall protection
  • Health & Safety
  • Employer and worker responsibilities
  • Environment, pre-use and workplace checks
  • PPE requirements
  • Fall arrest and restraint techniques
  • Rope methods
  • So much more

Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Mobile Elevated Work Platform - Refresher
Courses

This refresher course is aimed at ensuring people working with mobile elevated work platforms can understand and demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attributes for all essential areas covered under the full “best practice” guidelines in the workplace.
If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz

The course has been intensely researched to ensure the safety information and regulations within the course are correct and up to date.

THIS TRAINING IS TO BE USED AS A REFRESHER ONLY! Trainees must have completed practical training in the past two years to qualify for this training.

Course Structure
  • Employer and owner responsibilities
  • Mobile elevated work platform mechanics and safety features
  • Hazards and risks management/identification
  • Environment and workplace checks
  • Mobile elevated work platform faults and damage, and how to identify these
  • Pre-operation check
  • So much more

Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Emergency Warden Training
Courses

Do you have a trained Emergency Warden at your work?

Our Emergency Warden course covers a wide-range of emergencies that could possibly happen in your workplace.

It covers all the procedures a Head and Deputy Warden will need to go through as well as Evacuation and Lock-down procedures. This course also includes information on things such as operating instructions for alarms, instructions on fire suppression equipment if a fire was to break out.

Course Structure

An extensive amount of emergency procedures are covered in this training, such as:

  • Natural Disasters
  • Chemical Spills and Gas Leaks
  • Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages
  • Violent Intruder
  • Trespassers
  • Missing Person
  • Serious Injury/Death
  • Aggressive People
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Fire Suppression Procedures
Courses

The Fire Suppression Procedures course covers information around how to suppress a fire whether it be with an extinguisher, a fire blanket or even fire hose reel.

It explains the fire triangle and how quickly a fire can spread. The course includes videos and audio bites that have demonstrations to ensure the student gets a good understanding of fire suppression.

Course Structure

This course covers many different topics, including:

  • Fire extinguisher use and types
  • Fire blanket use
  • Fire hose reel use
  • The fire triangle
  • Correct use of all safety equipment
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Permit Receiver and Issuer - Refresher
Courses

This refresher course is aimed at ensuring people working as permit receivers/issuers can understand and demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attributes for all essential areas covered under the full “best practice” guidelines in the workplace.

This course details what the responsibilities of a permit receiver/issuer are, how to get a permit, and why one is needed. It explains what work-sites and environments a permit is needed for and which permits can be used where.

Course Structure
  • Inspection procedures
  • Monitoring
  • Auditing
  • Different types of permits
  • Work completion procedures
  • Preparing for, applying for, and accepting a work permit
  • Risk and hazard identification
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image ECE Emergency Warden Training - Refresher
Courses

The ECE Industry Specific Emergency Warden refresher course has been tailor made for teachers who are Emergency Wardens within a centre.

This course includes the procedures and what the Warden must do when the emergency situation occurs.

Knowing how to be a Fire Warden is essential in any business but knowing how to deal with other emergency situations can be just as important.

This course outlines the duties a Head and Deputy Warden have when an emergency situation occurs along with evacuation tips for a childcare centre. The course information is specific to the Early Childhood Education Industry so it is relatable and relevant. Each topic and all information has been researched, gathered and tested within the industry to ensure it is beneficial for all teachers, no matter what their position may be.

Course Structure

The course covers a range of different emergency situations including but not limited to:

  • Natural Disasters
  • Chemical Spills and Gas Leaks
  • Physical Threats and Endangerment
  • Aggressive Parents
  • Missing Children
  • Fire
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Permit Receiver and Issuer
Courses

This course is aimed at ensuring people working as permit receivers/issuers can understand and demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attributes for all essential areas covered under the full “best practice” guidelines in the workplace.

This course details what the responsibilities of a permit receiver/issuer are, how to get a permit, and why one is needed. It explains what work-sites and environments a permit is needed for and which permits can be used where.

Course Structure
  • Inspection procedures
  • Monitoring
  • Auditing
  • Different types of permits
  • Work completion procedures
  • Preparing for, applying for, and accepting a work permit
  • Risk and hazard identification
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Building Warrant of Fitness Compliance, IQPs and Specified Systems
Courses

The Getting Started Guide to Building Warrant of Fitness Compliance, Independently Qualified Persons, and Specified Systems.

This course is for a range of people including property managers, building owners/occupiers, and reception and administration staff. As it is a comprehensive Getting Started Guide, it is aimed to teach people the basics of Building Warrant of Fitness Compliance, Independently Qualified Persons, and Specified Systems. It is suitable for anyone wanting to learn the basics of these topics.

Course Structure

Some topics covered in this training include:

  • Legislative Requirements
  • Compliance Schedules & Amendments
  • Building Warrant of Fitness & Renewal
  • Independently Qualified Persons
  • Registration & Renewal of IQPs
  • Completion of Annual Reports
  • Specified Systems & Maintenance
  • Documentation Building Owner Responsibility
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image SS1 – Sprinklers and Suppression Systems
Courses

A comprehensive course covering what you need to know about SS1 – Sprinklers and Suppression Systems.

Are you needing to know the basics of Sprinklers and Suppression Systems? Perhaps you are a building owner, tenant or in an admin position and needing to learn about the systems in place in your building.

THIS TRAINING WILL COVER:
  • SS1 – Fire Suppression / Fire Sprinkler Systems
  • Different types and parts of fire sprinklers
  • Standards and requirements
  • Maintenance and inspections and how to record that information
  • How to test a sprinkler
  • Do's and Don’ts
  • Sprinkler history

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image SS2 – Fire Alarms and Emergency Warning Systems
Courses

A comprehensive course on updating you about SS2 – Fire Alarms & Emergency Warning Systems.

Are you needing to know the basics of Fire Alarms and Emergency Warning Systems? Perhaps you are a building owner, tenant or in an admin position and needing to learn about the systems in place in your building.

THIS TRAINING WILL COVER:
  • SS2 – Emergency Warden Systems, also referred to as Fire Alarms
  • There are many different types of alarms
  • There are specific testing, recording and maintenance procedures for different systems, it is important to know what you are doing

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image SS4 – Understanding Emergency Lighting
Courses

A comprehensive course covering what you need to know about SS4 – Emergency Lighting

Are you needing to know the basics of Emergency Lighting? Perhaps you are a building owner, tenant or in an admin position and needing to learn about the systems in place in your building.

THIS TRAINING WILL COVER:
  • Testing and maintenance
  • Recording procedures
  • Different types of systems

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Confined Spaces and Hazardous Atmospheres - Refresher
Courses

This course covers what a confined space is, what it is defined as, the types there are along with the hazards and possible causes of death in a confined space. It discusses the environment where a confined space can be found and things such as open tops, small hatchways and tank like spaces.

This course also covers hazardous atmospheres including toxic substances, corrosive and asphyxiating atmospheres. Some Hazardous Atmospheres can be flammable and can have significantly low oxygen levels which could cause serious harm. Learning how to identify and test for a Hazardous Atmosphere will ensure the safety of the worker entering that workspace.

THIS TRAINING IS TO BE USED AS A REFRESHER ONLY! Trainees must have completed practical training in the past two years to qualify for this training.

Course Structure
  • Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA)
  • Possible causes of death in Confined Spaces
  • Types of Confined Spaces
  • Hazard Recognition of Confined Spaces
  • Hazard Controls
  • Duties & Responsibilities
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image De-Escalation Skills and Awareness
Courses

Our De-Escalation Training centres on crisis prevention and intervention in the workplace. Keeping You Out of Crisis.

The training is designed to teach best practices for managing difficult situations and disruptive behaviours from visitors/members of the public at your workplace. Trainees learn how to identify threats and use nonverbal and verbal techniques to defuse hostile or aggressive behaviour. They also learn how to control their fear and anxiety in a crisis and avoid injury when a crisis becomes physical. Trainees are taught how to respond to a variety of situations, including natural disasters, terrorist attacks, and fires.

Course Structure

The training includes the following:

  • Identifying violent or aggressive intruder
    Being able to recognise indicators of an active/passive trespasser or individual under the influence of drugs or alcohol that could potentially cause harm in the workplace.
  • Developing respectful and humane approaches to crisis intervention
    Being able to intervene with crisis in the most humanitarian way as possible and by treating physical approach as last resort.
  • Intervening safely in a violent situation
    Being able to safely mediate in a hostile situation by having been equipped with thorough knowledge concerning crisis prevention and the barriers to successful crisis intervention.
  • De-escalating dreadful situations
    Being able to tone down violent conditions positively by effectively practicing the art of de-escalation. Performing effective lockdown procedures Being able to carry out lockdown procedures effectively without alerting the intruder or escalating the situation and keeping one’s self and others safe.
  • Improving staff confidence and boosting morale
    Being able to develop staff confidence knowing that they are equipped with ample knowledge in handling crisis effectively and safely.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image ECE Industry Specific Emergency Warden Training
Courses

The ECE Industry Specific Emergency Warden course has been tailor made for teachers who are Emergency Wardens within a centre.

This course includes the procedures and what the Warden must do when the emergency situation occurs.

Knowing how to be a Fire Warden is essential in any business but knowing how to deal with other emergency situations can be just as important.

This course outlines the duties a Head and Deputy Warden have when an emergency situation occurs along with evacuation tips for a childcare centre. The course information is specific to the Early Childhood Education Industry so it is relatable and relevant. Each topic and all information has been researched, gathered and tested within the industry to ensure it is beneficial for all teachers, no matter what their position may be.

Course Structure

The course covers a range of different emergency situations including but not limited to:

  • Natural Disasters
  • Chemical Spills and Gas Leaks
  • Physical Threats and Endangerment
  • Aggressive Parents
  • Missing Children
  • Fire
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Hot Works and Safety Watch
Courses

Our Hot Work Safety Training course explains the dangers of completing hot work, which could include using a grinder, welder, chisel, and other hot works tools.

It identifies the safety gear (PPE) that the operator must be wearing when completing hot work and key tips on using a hot work instrument.

This course also covers information around a Hot Works Permit, how to get one and why you will need one. It also goes into further detail about a Safety Watch, the responsibilities they have and why the operator should have one standing by.

The course has been intensely researched to ensure the safety information and regulations within the course are correct and up to date.

Course Structure

This course covers many different topics, including:

  • Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA)
  • Hot Work Definitions
  • Hot Work Permit Issuer & Permit
  • Planning, Preparation, Process & Cool Down
  • Safety Watch Duties
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Emergency Warden Training - Refresher
Courses

Our Emergency Warden refresher course covers a wide-range of emergencies that could possibly happen in your workplace.

This course covers all the procedures a Head and Deputy Warden will need to go through as well as Evacuation and Lock-down procedures. This course also includes information on things such as operating instructions for alarms, instructions on fire suppression equipment if a fire was to break out.

Course Structure

An extensive amount of emergency procedures are covered in this training, such as:

  • Natural Disasters
  • Chemical Spills and Gas Leaks
  • Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages
  • Violent Intruder
  • Trespassers
  • Missing Person
  • Serious Injury/Death
  • Aggressive People
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Asbestos Safety Awareness
Courses

Learn about Asbestos types, hazard identification, risk assessment and controls required, personal protective equipment and environmental awareness.

A comprehensive safety and awareness course covering Asbestos types, hazard identification, risk assessment and controls required, personal protective equipment and environmental awareness.

Course Structure

This course covers many different topics, including:

  • Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA)
  • What is Asbestos?
  • What's the risk?
  • Asbestos related diseases
  • Asbestos Management Plan
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Workplace Safety Awareness (Tier 1)
Courses

This training is comparative to others on the market, covering general health and safety on civil and construction sites.

In this training you will learn how to stay safe in your workplace, understand your responsibilities in relation to health and safety, and increase awareness of everyone in your workplace.

Having awareness of workplace safety and being well-prepared and knowledgeable of hazards is key to avoiding incidents. Having workplace safety awareness is pre-planning and preparing for hazards in the workplace.

Our Workplace Safety Awareness course could also be used as an induction for a new staff member or a refresher for staff after an incident has occurred as it has detailed information on a range of different topics.

This course can be tailor made to suit any industry specific requirements and can be presented with specific information that can differ from site to site. The Workplace Safety Awareness course is a course that all staff members would benefit from including managers, general office staff or even tradesmen in the workshop.

Course Structure
  • Site protocol and behaviour
  • Site signage
  • Heights safety
  • Spill control
  • Hot works
  • Fire safety and suppression
  • Warden responsibilities
  • Natural disasters
  • Drug and alcohol protocol
  • Traffic management
  • PPE and safety equipment
  • Pre-employment health checks and ongoing monitoring
  • Securing loads, lifting and over-width trailers
  • Hazardous materials
  • Guarding on machines
  • Electrical safety
  • Permits Office ergonomics, layout and lighting
  • Vehicles and mobile equipment
  • Gas leak and bomb threats

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Spill Control Safety - Refresher
Courses

Did you know that around 150,000 workplaces use Hazardous Substances?
And that it is also estimated that between 500-800 New Zealanders die from occupational illness every year?
Learning about Spill Control and how to contain a chemical spill helps save lives!

With different spill containment methods, there are multiple ways to be able to contain and remove a chemical spill. Within this course you will also learn about signage, what are the requirements around how many spill kits you may need, the importance of protecting the environment and where spill kits should be situated within your workplace.

This course is aimed at ensuring people working with hazardous substances can understand and demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attributes for all essential areas covered under the full “best practice” guidelines in the workplace.

THIS TRAINING IS TO BE USED AS A REFRESHER ONLY! Trainees must have completed practical training in the past two years to qualify for this training.

Course Structure
  • What causes spills
  • How to handle spills
  • How to correctly store substances
  • Spill kits
  • Signage
  • Requirements
  • Protecting the environment
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image De-Escalation Skills and Awareness - Refresher
Courses

Our De-Escalation Training refresher centres on crisis prevention and intervention in the workplace. Keeping You Out of Crisis.

The refresher training is designed to teach best practices for managing difficult situations and disruptive behaviours from visitors/members of the public at your workplace. Trainees learn how to identify threats and use nonverbal and verbal techniques to defuse hostile or aggressive behaviour. They also learn how to control their fear and anxiety in a crisis and avoid injury when a crisis becomes physical. Trainees are taught how to respond to a variety of situations, including natural disasters, terrorist attacks, and fires.

Course Structure

The training includes the following:

  • Identifying violent or aggressive intruder
    Being able to recognise indicators of an active/passive trespasser or individual under the influence of drugs or alcohol that could potentially cause harm in the workplace.
  • Developing respectful and humane approaches to crisis intervention
    Being able to intervene with crisis in the most humanitarian way as possible and by treating physical approach as last resort.
  • Intervening safely in a violent situation
    Being able to safely mediate in a hostile situation by having been equipped with thorough knowledge concerning crisis prevention and the barriers to successful crisis intervention.
  • De-escalating dreadful situations
    Being able to tone down violent conditions positively by effectively practicing the art of de-escalation. Performing effective lockdown procedures Being able to carry out lockdown procedures effectively without alerting the intruder or escalating the situation and keeping one’s self and others safe.
  • Improving staff confidence and boosting morale
    Being able to develop staff confidence knowing that they are equipped with ample knowledge in handling crisis effectively and safely.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Workplace Safety Awareness (Residential Construction Sites)
Courses

Learn to stay safe on your work site, understand your responsibilities in relation to health and safety, and increase awareness of everyone on your work site.

n this training you will learn how to stay safe on your residential construction worksite, understand your responsibilities in relation to health and safety, and increase awareness of everyone in your workplace.

Our training is comparative to others on the market, covering general health and safety on residential construction sites.

Having awareness of workplace safety and being well-prepared and knowledgeable of hazards is key to avoiding incidents. Having workplace safety awareness is pre-planning and preparing for hazards in the workplace.

Our Workplace Safety Awareness course could also be used as an induction for a new staff member or a refresher for staff after an incident has occurred as it has detailed information on a range of different topics.

This is a course that all staff members would benefit from including managers, general office staff or even tradesmen in the workshop.

Course Structure
  • Site protocol and behaviour
  • Site induction
  • Hazard identification
  • Incident reporting
  • Site signage
  • Heights safety
  • Spill control
  • Hot works
  • Fire safety and suppression
  • Warden responsibilities
  • Natural disasters
  • Drug and alcohol protocol
  • Traffic management
  • PPE and safety equipment
  • Pre-employment health checks and ongoing monitoring
  • Hazardous materials
  • Guarding on machines
  • Electrical safety
  • Vehicles and mobile equipment

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Asbestos Safety Awareness - Refresher
Courses

Refresher Course - learn about Asbestos types, hazard identification, risk assessment and controls required, personal protective equipment and environmental awareness.

A comprehensive safety and awareness refresher course covering Asbestos types, hazard identification, risk assessment and controls required, personal protective equipment and environmental awareness.

Course Structure

This course is structured to be ideal for entry level and understanding of asbestos hazards in the workplace environments – or it could be you need a refresher.

This course covers many different topics, including:

  • Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA)
  • What is Asbestos?
  • What's the risk?
  • Asbestos related diseases
  • Asbestos Management Plan
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Workplace Safety Awareness (Tier 1) - Refresher
Courses

Learn to stay safe in your workplace, understand your responsibilities in relation to health and safety, and increase awareness of everyone in your workplace.

In this refresher training you will learn how to stay safe in your workplace, understand your responsibilities in relation to health and safety, and increase awareness of everyone in your workplace.

Our training is comparative to others on the market, covering general health and safety on civil and construction sites.

Having awareness of workplace safety and being well-prepared and knowledgeable of hazards is key to avoiding incidents. Having workplace safety awareness is pre-planning and preparing for hazards in the workplace.

Our Workplace Safety Awareness course could also be used as an induction for a new staff member or a refresher for staff after an incident has occurred as it has detailed information on a range of different topics.

This course can be tailor made to suit any industry specific requirements and can be presented with specific information that can differ from site to site. The Workplace Safety Awareness course is a course that all staff members would benefit from including managers, general office staff or even tradesmen in the workshop.

Course Structure
  • Site protocol and behaviour
  • Site signage
  • Heights safety
  • Spill control
  • Hot works
  • Fire safety and suppression
  • Warden responsibilities
  • Natural disasters
  • Drug and alcohol protocol
  • Traffic management
  • PPE and safety equipment
  • Pre-employment health checks and ongoing monitoring
  • Securing loads, lifting and over-width trailers
  • Hazardous materials
  • Guarding on machines
  • Electrical safety
  • Permits
  • Office ergonomics, layout and lighting
  • Vehicles and mobile equipment
  • Gas leak and bomb threats

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Four Wheel Drive Skills and Awareness - Refresher
Courses

This Four Wheel Drive Online Refresher Training provides trainees with the theory behind 4WD Skills, Safety, and Awareness
This theory course covers the following:
  • Operating a 4WD vehicle in an off-road situation
  • Safety requirements
  • Driver ability and awareness and passenger safety
  • Vehicle designs and operating systems including current vehicle technology
  • Preparing a vehicle for use – including pre-start and shutdown
  • Hazard identification and safety assessment specific to terrain
  • Terrain formation and composition recognition including driving techniques to utilise
  • Recovery from a stall while climbing
  • Stability dynamics
  • Water crossings
  • Negotiating uneven terrain, hill ascents, descents, traverse driving, and related difficulties
  • Understanding vehicle movement utilising traction, momentum, gravity and centrifugal force combinations
  • Explain driving hazards and risk reduction strategies, techniques and responses to driving hazards
  • Introduction to winching and towing using ropes, strops and snatch
  • Introduction to recovery techniques and equipment
  • Introduction to towing trailers both on and off-road including towing of loads
  • Introduction to defensive driving and driver awareness

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Fire Warden and Emergency Procedures - Refresher
Courses

Our refresher Fire Warden training covers all aspects of being a warden in a fire situation.

Being a Fire Warden in an office or building is a very serious job and not knowing what to do in a situation could create harm to people and property.

Learn and know what responsibilities you have when you are a Fire Warden in an emergency situation. Learn what evacuation procedures are to be carried out, including what to do with all your equipment. Learn how to communicate with your team during an emergency situation.

Course Structure

Our Fire Warden training covers all aspects of being a warden including topics such as: 

  • Basic Fire Training
  • Head Warden Duties
  • Deputy Warden Duties
  • Evacuation Responsibilities
  • Warden Identification
  • R.A.C.E (Remove, Alert, Confine, Evacuate or Extinguish)
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Fire Suppression Procedures - Refresher
Courses

The Fire Suppression Procedures Refresher course covers information around how to suppress a fire whether it be with an extinguisher, a fire blanket or even fire hose reel.

It explains the fire triangle and how quickly a fire can spread. The course includes videos and audio bites that have demonstrations to ensure the student gets a good understanding of fire suppression.

Course Structure

This course covers many different topics, including:

  • Fire extinguisher use and types
  • Fire blanket use
  • Fire hose reel use
  • The fire triangle
  • Correct use of all safety equipment
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Armed Robbery Prevention Training
Courses

Our online courses are developed to meet specific client needs. This Armed Robbery Prevention & Awareness course includes both theory and practical sessions and uses a competency-based method.

This course is aimed at ensuring business owners, employers, and employees can understand and demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attributes needed in an armed robbery situation. This course has been developed to help minimise crime and armed robberies from occurring in your workplace. You will leave with the knowledge needed to try avoid armed robberies taking place at your work, and preventative measures and procedures to follow. You will be confident in the fact that your workplace is following safety measures, or where it may need to improve.

Course Structure

The course includes a combination of theory and practical sessions, including the following features:

  • Cash Handling
  • Building Design
  • CCTV and Security
  • Staff Management
  • What to do During a Robbery
  • Staying Safe
  • Victim Support
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Chainsaw & Hand Tools Safety & Awareness
Courses

This course details correct and safe use methods, the risks and hazards involved with using a chainsaw and other hand tools.

A comprehensive safety and awareness course covering Chainsaw & Hand Tools. Content includes types of chainsaws, hand tools, processes and much more.

This course is aimed at ensuring people working with chainsaws and other hand tools can understand and demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attributes for all essential areas covered under the full “best practice” guidelines in the workplace.

It contains approximately one hour of interactive multimedia and video content to engage and empower learners. Learn and return at anytime to continue.

Course Structure

The course includes a combination of theory and practical sessions, including the following features:

  • Understanding the different types of hand tools and what they are used for
  • Storage and safety methods
  • Maintenance and cleaning
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Correct storage
  • Environmental awareness
  • Ergonomics
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Dust Explosions Safety Training
Courses

This training will provide you with skills and information to identify combustible dust hazards, and in a situation, react and protect yourself, those you care for, and your property.
Course Structure

This Dust Explosions Training covers:

  • Five elements of a dust explosion
  • How they can occur
  • History of dust explosions
  • Recognising dust explosion hazards
  • Preventative measures
  • Mitigation techniques
  • Ignition source control
  • Legislation
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Forklift Skills & Awareness
Courses

This Forklift Online Training provides trainees with the theory behind Forklift Skills, Safety, and Awareness

This course is aimed at ensuring people working with forklifts can understand and demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attributes for all essential areas covered under the full “best practice” guidelines in the workplace. This course is not for gaining your license, but focuses on the use of the forklift. In this course you will learn the skills needed to properly use a forklift.

If completing for the first time, a practical session may need to be completed.

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Four Wheel Drive Skills and Awareness
Courses

This Four Wheel Drive Online Training provides trainees with the theory behind 4WD Skills, Safety, and Awareness
This theory course covers the following:
  • Operating a 4WD vehicle in an off-road situation
  • Safety requirements
  • Driver ability and awareness and passenger safety
  • Vehicle designs and operating systems including current vehicle technology
  • Preparing a vehicle for use – including pre-start and shutdown
  • Hazard identification and safety assessment specific to terrain
  • Terrain formation and composition recognition including driving techniques to utilise
  • Recovery from a stall while climbing
  • Stability dynamics
  • Water crossings
  • Negotiating uneven terrain, hill ascents, descents, traverse driving, and related difficulties
  • Understanding vehicle movement utilising traction, momentum, gravity and centrifugal force combinations
  • Explain driving hazards and risk reduction strategies, techniques and responses to driving hazards
  • Introduction to winching and towing using ropes, strops and snatch
  • Introduction to recovery techniques and equipment
  • Introduction to towing trailers both on and off-road including towing of loads
  • Introduction to defensive driving and driver awareness

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Introduction to Fire and Safety Systems
Courses

Introduction to Fire and Safety Systems is a course that covers multiple topics in which a building owner/occupant should know about.

This course helps people to get a better understanding of the systems that are within a building, what is required in a building and how to maintain some of them.

This course is all about life safety and the importance each system has within a building. It is also good to learn and understand for staff who are working within the building. It can give a general base knowledge for a receptionist for example, who may end up dealing with some of the systems from time to time.

Course Structure

This course covers many different topics, including:

  • Emergency Lighting
  • Passive Fire
  • Access Control
  • Automatic Doors
  • Fire Sprinkler Systems
  • Alarm Types
  • Final Signs and Exits
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.

Course image Workplace Safety Awareness: Life, Skills & Success
Courses

This training is suited to young people to help them become ready to go out into the workplace.

Training 4 Safety has developed training that young people, or anyone for that matter, can take to learn more skills to help them become work-ready!

It is suitable for any learning style as it uses video, audio, interactive and written lessons, and takes approximately 1 hour to complete.

This course could be included in training packages or used as part of career seminars.

Course Structure
  • Soft Skills
  • Time Management
  • Communication
  • Health and Safety
  • Hazards
  • First Aid
  • Fire Protocol
  • PPE and safety equipment
  • Warden responsibilities
  • Office ergonomics, layout and lighting
  • Pre-employment health checks and ongoing monitoring
  • Natural disasters
  • Drug and alcohol protocol
  • Site protocol and behaviour
  • Site signage
  • So much more

If you would like to view or complete this course, please check out our access options or contact our training team on 09 430 0498 or email learn@training4safety.co.nz
Online training is a good supplement to practical experience and competency, and can be a way to gain knowledge and understanding before or after practical training. It is a great way to learn about the training and all the course content before or after discussions with our trainer(s). It can also be used as an effective safety and awareness training refresher and in large scale or rapid roll-out training situations. Online Training in some cases may not be suitable and it is up to the individual or management to decide when and where appropriate. Contact us to discuss the options or check out our website for upcoming face-to-face courses.