Safety Rep Training

Certification: AMPM Certification

Duration: Three Days

Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 workers may select and appoint from among their fellow employees, a Safety Representative.

The Safety Representative role includes the undertaking of tasks such as workplace inspections, accidents investigation, investigation of complaints and consultation on workplace health and safety matters. Training is required for safety representatives and employers are required to ensure that such training is comprehensive and allows Safety Representatives to fulfil their role in the workplace.

Entry Level and Special Requirements:

A knowledge of English, a Level 4 Certificate, a Leaving Certificate or equivalent qualifications and/or relevant life and work experience.

Learning Outcomes:

The learner will be able to

-         understand the concept of workplace Health and Safety

-         be familiar with core legislation in the area of safety, health and Welfare

-         understand and gain basic competence in hazard identification and risk assessment

-         recognise the factors influencing workplace health, safety and welfare

-         apply Health & Safety principles and procedures in the workplace

-         promote a safety culture in the workplace.

For further information or to book your course contact

Shane: 087 6418890 or

Office 053 92 39383 or


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