Safety Training Snaps

Course code: STS    

Level of difficulty: All Levels
Delivery method: Digital Interactive Platform
Duration: 15 mins per module

Option 1 Option 2 Option 3
  • $55 (ex GST) a snap/module
  • 1 snap/module, 1 person for a 1month period
  • Nominate one snap/module and individual employee for use
  • *good for inductions or completing a module defined within a contract
  • $80 (ex GST) per person
  • Unlimited uses for 12month period
  • Access to whole snap library
  • *good for inductions and re-training/refreshing
  • *good for building statistics and trends within teams, across depots and providing knowledge retentions comparisons across the organisation  
  • Bulk / package purchase of 200 or more on a sliding cost scale, depending on numbers
  • Recognising a reduced admin cost to AAPA, passed onto the organisation buying a package
  • *good for inductions and re-training/refreshing
  • *good for building statistics and trends within teams, across depots and providing knowledge retentions comparisons across the organisation
  • Contact AAPA Roadworker Training centre for prices

Benefits of the modules

  • The modules simulation real-site examples
  • Designed to increases on site safety awareness by capturing knowledge retention through results. The end results offer companies, trends and analytics that can be used to capture safety knowledge skills gaps.  
  • The completion of the modules drives reporting trends and analytics on the safety awareness levels amongst your staff.
  • The modules can also be used to complement site and/or company inductions.

Scope

Using the Tap into Safety interactive digital platform for development, the modules focus on safety and hazard identification within the workplace and on live worksites using 360° site photos.

This enables workers to relate to the sites they are looking at in order to identify hazards and apply safety hierarchy of control measures.

Who should do these modules?

Relevant to EVERYONE!

Outcomes

At the completion of each module:

  • Results are recorded
  • The more times a module is completed, better trends and analytical data is formed
  • LLN (Literacy, learning and numeracy) techniques are used throughout the modules, as an aid if required
  • Understanding of Hierarchy of Control measures, is increased
  • Workplace and site hazard knowledge retention is measured
  • Compulsory

Current modules in library

  • Plant Worker Interface
  • Access Egress Roll Aways
  • Traffic Control
  • Red Zone  (site specific)
  • Warehousing & Workshops
  • Sprayed Sealing Operations

Assessment

Assessment is completed throughout the modules.

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