HSR Refresher OHS Training


8 hours


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Next Intake

24 November


Workplace violence is a real issue in many workplaces. This interactive "HSR" training course approved by WorkSafe includes relevant case studies and activities where HSRs can learn more about participating in the identification, prevention and control of the risks associated with work related violence. RMIT University is approved to deliver the "HSR Refresher OHS Training" course (V2.0).

Course content

  • The value of being an HSR – a review
  • Risk management
  • Incident management
  • Timetable

    How to enrol

    More details


    HSRs and deputy HSRs must complete the HSR Initial OHS Training before attending the Refresher course.

    Materials supplied

    All relevant course notes are supplied with comprehensive instructions and exercises. You will receive a WorkSafe Victoria Learner Guide and additional resources.

    Materials to bring

    All resources and materials are provided.

    Suited to

    This HSR Refresher course is designed for HSRs and deputy HSRs. Although Managers, Supervisors, Health and safety committee members and other people involved with health and safety in the workplace may also benefit from attending.

    Additional notes

    All trainers have a solid, detailed understanding of the Victorian OHS Act (2004), in particular all sections relevant to the purpose of HSRs and their powers, protections and entitlements. Morning tea is provided. Participants can bring their own lunch or purchase from the local restaurants.


    At the end of the course, participants should:

    • understand and confidently apply the OHS Act,

    • gain current knowledge of the OHS responsibilities in the workplace,

    • identify what reckless endangerment means and to who it applies and,

    • know how to respond to work-related violence.

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