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SHE Rep Training

SHE Rep Training

All companies in South Africa are subject to a variety of legal requirements regarding Health and Safety in the workplace. Such legal requirements include the Occupational Health and Safety Act to name just one. Keeping up with the current regulations and ensuring compliance can be difficult and confusing to some companies. RTS offers up to date courses that will help your company stay on top of legal requirements for your company and employees. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of a written and practical evaluation. Certificates are valid for two years.

Who Should Attend?

  • Any who will be serving as Safety Representatives in the company.
  • Any Current Safety Representatives for Retraining (every two Years).
  • Management/Supervisors interested in the Safety Rep System.

Delivery method:


  • Course Description: SHE Rep Training
  • Accredited:  NO. The training provider and the facilitators is however accredited, but not this course.
  • Duration: 1 days
  • Activities/Assessment: Learners are required to apply skills and knowledge obtained on the course in the workplace. The facilitator will incorporate 70% practicality by means of examples, activities and role-plays during the contact session. Learners will receive a learner guide which will guide them thorough the process.
  • Pricing: Click here for a full pricing schedule


Programme consist of the following key areas:

  • Introduction to OHS Safety.
  • General duties of employers towards workers.
  • Health and safety Representatives.
  • Implementation of Safety Procedures in the workplace.
  • Securing Hazards.
  • Incidents Investigations.
  • Incident Role Players.
  • Communication and training within the workplace.


As an employer, your health and safety obligations go just beyond putting health and safety measures on paper to help reduce injuries in the workplace.
In terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), you must give your employee practical training before he can work, use equipment and machinery and know how to use the safety equipment to protect himself from harm.
For this, you’ll need to develop a training needs analysis to make sure all the people you’re going to appoint get the training they’ll need to do their job properly.

  • General Workers
  • Supervisors
  • Junior Management
  • Safety Officers
  • Constructions Workers
  • Executives
  • Section Managers
  • Departmental Managers
  • Line managers
  • Supervisors; and
  • Responsible persons (this is anyone management assigns responsibility for people, an activity or a work area to) should attend this training.


  • Minimum of 14 days workplace experience in the workplace. (part time or full time)
  • Basic communication skills (English = reading and writing skills on a NQF level 1 (Grace 8 or higher))
  • Able to complete the contact session.