Course Category: Management/Supervisors

NZQA: 25511, 25458

Drug and Alcohol Sampling – Technician

This course is for people who are required to understand and carry out the process of on-site drug screening and testing in the workplace.


People credited with this unit standard are able to:

  • Describe quality control for on-site urine integrity testing and drug screening;
    Perform on-site quality control procedures, urine integrity testing and drug screening and document results.
  • Prepare donors for urine specimen collection at point of collection, and collect and dispatch donor’s urine specimen for drug testing.
  • Interpret and explain on-site urine quality control tests, integrity test results and drug screen results, and possible actions.


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NZQA: 17601

The accident investigation course is delivered to meet NZQA’s criteria through using the ICAM model for investigation.

Did you know that?

  • Most accidents/incidents happen, due to organisations failing to learn or retain the lessons that should have been learned from previous accidents and incidents
  • Often witnesses memories become impaired due to the loss of time span or the information may become tainted or impaired
  • All workplace accidents/incidents should be investigated as soon as possible after the occurrence of either an accident or incidence

People credited with this unit standard are able to: explain why workplace accidents need to be reported and investigated; explain the concepts of multiple causation and root-cause analysis; detail an incident investigation process using a hypothetical incident; and produce an incident investigation report based on a documented incident.

NZQA: 17602

New Zealand has a high rate of workplace illnesses, injuries and fatalities. We’re focused on teaching and supporting excellent workplace health and safety standards and attitudes.

Managing risks at work doesn’t need to be a burden, complex or costly to implement or document. But you must take positive action to make a situation safer, and apply the most appropriate and reasonable control measure.


What you will learn on the Besafe Training Site Passport – Supervisors course:

  • The identification of hazards that may harm workers, the work environment, and organisations.
    • These will be looked at in terms of physical and mental effects.
    • Including – injury, acute and chronic health effects, quality of life; sources will include – machinery, handling, processes, workplace conditions.


  • About the health and safety requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and Regulations for risk assessment and hazard control in terms of the objectives and compliance duties.
    • The onus of ‘all reasonably practicable steps’ is discussed in terms of the HSWA 2015.
    • Describe hazard control methods
    • Identify hazards and apply risk assessment procedures. This may be done through task analysis, Job Safety Analysis (JSA), behaviour analysis, environment analysis, ‘what if’ analysis, fault tree analysis, accident and incident investigations, documentation and reporting.


  • You will make assessments of the probability, level of risk, consequences using hazard identification forms and risk assessment reports.

What you will achieve:

  • NZQA unit standard 17602
  • Besafe Site Passport – Supervisor

Recommended for:

Workplace supervisors/managers to undertake and manage hazard identification and risk assessment procedures

NZQA: No modules

This course will assist people to discuss a topic that some people scoff, avoid at or at least try to minimise its relevance and importance.

Let’s face FACTS

STRESS is an illness and it has far reaching health consequences.

You will gain an understanding of stress, fatigue and workplace un-wellness and the effects it has on health. More importantly, work colleagues suffering from stress, fatigue or workplace unwellness are a workplace hazard and could be a substantial contributor to workplace harm.

NZQA: No modules

This course will provide you with important information to assist businesses to adopt a strategic workplace model for health and safety to:

  • Advance economic benefits to the business
  • Reduce harm within the workplace
  • Adopt a paradigm shift of attitude by all within a workplace to accept personal and collective responsibility for health and safety
  • Comprehend legal compliance responsibilities
  • Ensure health and safety is both sensible and proportionate

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