Safe Design Online Short Course

Let’s be honest — no-one gets excited about safety. There’s certainly very little enthusiasm for Safe Design. But… What if it wasn’t boring?

The team from Safe Design Australia (SDA) have developed a flexible and convenient online training course specifically focussed on Safety in Design (SiD) for design and safety professionals.

Designed by international safe design expert and HSW professional, John Daly, the Safe Design Online Short Course provides the latest information, advice and tools relating to safe design practices in Australia, New Zealand and around the world. And, it’s endorsed for Professional Development with the Australian Institute of Health and Safety (AIHS).

Who is this course suitable for?

The SiD online course (that’s the not-boring-one), is suitable for all professionals involved in the design, development and construction of structures:

  • Building Designers
  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Developers
  • Design and Construction companies
  • Principal Contractors and Project Managers
  • WHS and Risk Managers

What does this Safety in Design course cover?

The online, self-paced short course covers all aspects of Safe Design including:

  • An introduction to Safe Design
  • Principles of Safe Design – Prevention, People, Knowledge
  • Getting started with Safe Design
  • Risk Assessment and Risk Management
  • Safe Design in Action – Practical applications for your projects
  • Legal responsibilities and WHS legislation
  • Access to FREE DOWNLOADS and safe design resources

Continuing Professional Development

On completion of the short course you’ll receive a Certificate of Completion stating the number of CPD hours of training and serves as documentary proof of undertaking the program. The online course is the equivalent of 10 CPD Points (AIHS). Speak with your professional association to find out more about CPD eligibility.

This online program is just $299 (inc GST) and gives you the information, tools and resources you need to meet your obligations under WHS legislation…and it sure isn’t going to be boring.