AU Mastering On-Hire & WHS Contracting Safety


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AU Mastering On-Hire & WHS Contracting Safety

Mastering On-Hire & Contracting Safety


We welcome you to take part in the most practical and engaging on-hire risk management program available today in the health and safety space.

Recent cases continue to prove yet again that on-hire firms cannot, and therefore should not, be relying on host organisation to ensure the health and safety of their workers.  In simple terms: on-hire firms and host organisations have a shared duty of care for the health and safety of workers which is not transferable.  This means both should be invested in the health and safety of workers to ensure staff are adequately protected on the job.  

Learn what your responsibilities are as an on-hire business and ensure you and your leadership team have the knowledge, know-how and tools to avoid work health and safety litigation and workplace injuries.

This session offers participants a detailed understanding of work health and safety law fundamentals and how they apply in an on-hire sense. Hosted by Risk Collective, join Amy Towers for this online course, where attendees will learn the right skills and gain confidence to effectively manage on-hired worker placements.

This session will be held in two parts on Tuesday 23rd April & Wednesday 24th April 2024 from 1pm - 3pm AEDT (Melbourne time).

Learning Objectives:

AU Recruiters who are responsible for WHS client site assessments will gain knowledge to:
  • Understand who in an on-hire firm holds individual accountability for health and safety
  • Achieve due diligence and understand the on-hire web of responsibility
  • Know what your firm and other duty holders need to do to meet primary duty of care
  • Get a practical work health and safety framework an on-hire firm can strive to achieve
  • Outline focused goals that participants need over the next 6 to 12 months to get health and safety on track
Participants will return to their workplace with fresh insight into on-hire work health and safety, armed with goals to work towards and achieve a healthy and safe on-hire business.

Who Should Attend:

RCSA has a three pillar learning model. This model allows individuals to identify the best L&D content for them based on their level of experience in the recruitment & staffing industry. This workshop has been identified as 'Develop'. For more information about our pillars, see the Learning & Development page of our website.         

Meet the facilitator: Amy Towers

Amy is a committed, curious and tenacious risk wrangler and work health and safety consultant. An advisor with more than 15 years’ experience working with clients to analyse, guide and improve their workplace compliance and productivity while reducing their litigation risk Amy is an incredible asset to the businesses she partners with.

Amy holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (OHS) from RMIT (2002) as well as post-graduate studies in Business Management (2008) and Communication & Organisation from the University of Queensland (2019). She has also completed Lead Auditor Training and attended the Thought Leaders Business School.




  • A live, online workshop delivered using Zoom
  • All start and end times listed are displayed in Melbourne | Australian Eastern Standard/Daylight Time unless stated otherwise
  • Workshop joining links will be sent to registrants no later than 48 hour prior to live delivery from [email protected] or [email protected] 
  • RCSA workshops are not recorded and participants are required to attend using their own device with a working webcam and microphone
  • Please note RCSA workshops have a minimum number of enrolments required to run. If your attendance to this workshop requires special arrangements in order to attend, we recommend confirming the workshop is running as planned by contacting [email protected] 


  • Member registration to attend the workshop is $360.00 AUD plus GST per participant*
  • A group registration rate is available for a minimum of 5 registrations for members from the same organisation. To qualify for this rate, each of the 5 attendees must be registered at the time of booking at the group rate of $324.00 AUD plus GST* per participant (minimum total $1,620.00 AUD plus GST*)

*NZ participants do not pay the GST

Booking Terms & Conditions:

  • Cancellations and/or refunds for this event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions
  • Note: There is a minimum number of enrolments required for this workshop to run. This page will be updated to indicate the workshop has been confirmed. If your attendance to this workshop requires special arrangements in order to attend, we recommend confirming the workshop is running as planned by contacting [email protected]

For More Information:

RCSA Learning & Development
Members within Australia call 1300 727 504
Members within New Zealand call toll free + 0800 441 904
E: [email protected]
Tuesday, 23 April 2024 to
Wednesday, 24 April 2024
1:00PM - 3:00PM AEST
Mem Price: $360.00 AUD + GST for AU Participants | $360.00 AUD for NZ Participants

Non-Mem Price: $720.00 AUD + GST for AU Participants | $720.00 AUD for NZ Participants excl GST
4 CPD Hours

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