Registered training organisations
RTOs delivering Health and Safety Representative Training
An RTO can apply to become an approved HSR training provider by completing the Queensland health and safety representative (HSR) training provider application (PDF, 135.33 KB).
Refer to the How to apply to become an approved provider of health and safety representative training in Queensland guide (PDF, 383.82 KB) when completing this application.
Successful providers will enter into a formal agreement with Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ). Read the Conditions of agreement as an approved Queensland health and safety representative (HSR) training provider (PDF, 192.73 KB).
Successful providers must ensure regionally based workers have access to HSR training by scheduling and completing a minimum of three HSR training sessions per year in remote or regional locations, with the training cost consistent in all locations.
To make training available statewide, up to five RTOs may join together to enter into an agreement with WHSQ.
The RTO must make an application for each trainer and assessor who will deliver the training. The Queensland health and safety representative (HSR) training trainer application (PDF, 120.61 KB) will show evidence that the trainer and assessor meet the requirements outlined in the Conditions.
WHSQ will continue to work with RTOs that are approved to deliver HSR training throughout the lifecycle of the agreement. Inspectors will continue to audit and assess RTOs to ensure that HSRs receive the high quality training required to support a safe workplace.
Information for registered training organisations and accredited assessors about training and assessment of high risk work licences.
Information for registered training organisations (RTOs) who are authorise to issue general construction induction cards.
- Last updated
- 24 September 2018