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I will know how to be safe at work
I will know how to stay safe at work
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I will know who to speak to if I feel unsafe at work
I will know who to speak to if I feel unsafe at work
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I can add the SmartMove certificate to my resume
I can add the SmartMove certificate to my resume
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I will learn to recognise dangers, general hazards and risks in the workplace
I will learn to recognise dangers, general hazards and risks in the workplace
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I will learn about my rights and responsibilities of WHS
I will learn to recognise dangers, general hazards and risks in the workplace
About

ABOUT WORKSAFE SMARTMOVE

SmartMove is developed by WorkSafe Western Australia as part of the SafetyLine initiative to introduce the general concepts of work health and safety to new and young workers. The programme is aimed at senior high school students in years 10-12, and new and young workers entering the workforce for the first time. Young people often feel vulnerable in their new jobs.  Lack of knowledge, skills and experience combined with a desire to work hard, exposes them to a higher risk of being hurt. The main objective of the programme is to create knowledge of work health and safety in young people enabling them to recognise the potential dangers, hazards and risks associate in the workplace and provide them with the tools to stay safe in the workplace.

SmartMove consists of the SmartMove Certificate and SmartMove Safety Passport*. To use SmartMove Certificate, users need to register and create an account in order to record quiz progress and results. Registering to use SmartMove Certificate is free and only takes a few minutes.

The SmartMove Safety Passport* programme can be used as learning and assessment tools for other WHS educational programs.

* Please note that we are in the process of updating and redeveloping the SmartMove Certificate learning content. The new version of SmartMove Certificate content will not only cover the theory but will also contain experiential aspects of learning in a digital format that were previously covered by Safety Passport. Therefore the Safety Passport programme, in its current format, will be retired. New SmartMove Certificate programme is aimed to be launched for Term 1 2021.

Fundamentals of SmartMove

SmartMove is:

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