WorkSafe Plan - how to become a WorkSafe plan assessor

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Independent assessors seeking WorkSafe Plan Certificates of Achievement are required to be well qualified and experienced safety and health professionals. In addition, they MUST:

  • have minimum and current certification as a Principal or Lead OSH Auditor for safety and health management systems from RABQSA, IRCA or an equivalent body; and 
  • undertake an information session on using the WorkSafe Plan.  In relation to RABQSA, assessors must appear on the RABQSA register, available on the internet; or
  • have been registered as a WorkSafe Plan assessor, under the previous version of the WorkSafe Plan superceded in November 2011.

WorkSafe will be holding the next session later this year.  Subscribe to WorkSafe's newsletters to be notified when bookings are open.

Essential reading:

WorkSafe Plan information and workbook  

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