Web-based activities and tests offer a convenient alternative to expensive classroom work health and safety (WHS) training. These tests offer your students many advantages:
- available from the Internet
- visually-based for easy learning
- can be scheduled at any time.
Passport to Safety is an online learning and test program targeted at young people about to enter the workplace for the first time. Thanks to the support of our generous sponsors this program is available FREE to South Australian schools. Once completed students will receive their "passport" or certificate.
If your school is outside of South Australia and interested in taking part in a pilot program, please contact Meegan Brotherton for further information.
Hunt for Hazards
A challenge for high school students in year 8-9. Can you spot the hazards in the supermarket, warehouse or kitchen? A great test of awareness for those about to embark on work experience for the first time.
Safety Check is an online Work Health and Safety (WHS) test designed for workers.
Visit the Virtual Hotel and put your safety knowledge to the test: can you avoid injuries in the bottle shop, kitchen, dining room or front bar? This test is designed for employees of the hospitality industry, especially young casual workers who may lack opportunities for formal WHS training.
Working in the office environment may not be as safe as you think! A test of safety knowledge designed for students and young workers, or workers who may need reminding to be alert for hazards in the workplace.
A test for employees working in retail. The Virtual Supermarket allows young, casual workers to spot common hazards caused by slips, trips, falls and customers - to name a few - are you ready?