WorkSafe SmartMove is a work health and safety (WHS)* educational resource for senior high school students and new young workers that are entering the workforce on a work placement, work experience, or as a school-based trainee/apprentice. The website is designed to address the national competency unit BSBWHS201 Contribute to Health & Safety of Self and Others.
The SmartMove Safety Passport and the SmartMove Certificate programs are both available on this site, with only the SmartMove Certificate requiring registration in order to record quiz progress and results. Registering with SmartMove is free and only takes a few minutes. Within 24 hours you will automatically be sent a confirmation email to complete the process.
The SmartMove Certificate is designed to be incorporated into the SmartMove Safety Passport program, and can also be used as an assessment tool for other WHS educational programs. Simply select either of the options below to find out more about each program, and begin your WHS education. Offline versions of the programs, mapping and assessment documents, and other educational resources, are available here to download and print.
|Big huge Thank You to all those who participated in the SmartMove survey. Your feedback and opinions are very much at the focus of our efforts to improve SmartMove and altimately keep you safe in the work place.|
New to the Job is a video for new young workers.
Watch it to learn more about workplace safety.
* A note on OSH, OHS and WHS: Western Australia uses the term Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) for its legislation. In the rest of Australia OHS was previously used, but as part of national harmonisation, this has now been replaced by the term Work Health and Safety (WHS). The SmartMove website uses WHS because the content addresses the nationally agreed competency unit BSBWHS201 for the Safety Passport, which is part of Western Australia’s contribution to the Australian Work Health and Safety Strategy 2012-2022, and therefore designed to be utilised throughout Australia.