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SAI Global

SAI Global provides training and improvement, compliance, auditing, certification and registration services and solutions for your people, products, systems or supply chains to facilitate good governance and awareness of compliance, ethics and policy issues; and provide aggregated access services to Standards, Handbooks, Legislative and Property publications.

Phone: 1300 360 314
Fax: 1300 65 49 49
286 Sussex Street , Sydney NSW 2000 (Directions)


SAI Global training and certification services

SAI Global’s range of OHS Management Systems services can help safety professionals integrate an effective system within their organisations.

SAI Global OHS management systems training

SAI Global's range of training courses can give an introduction into OHS management systems, as well as the relevant standards and how to incorporate them into an innovative and effective OHS management system.

OHS compliance course

The OHS compliance course is designed for individuals with OHS responsibilities in more than one jurisdiction, guiding them through the similarities and differences across state and territory borders.

Contractor safety course

The contractor safety management course is designed for business owners, construction safety project managers, human resource managers and purchasing managers involved in the selection and management of contractors in the workplace.

OHS diplomas

SAI Global’s Advanced Diploma in OHS offers industry professionals the opportunity to extend their knowledge and formal qualifications in line with the latest in OHS theory and practice.

Incident investigation and workplace violence workshops

Incident investigation and analysis (Full Day Workshop)
This workshop is designed to provide information, tools and methods for people with little or no knowledge to actively participate in the investigation process of injuries and incidents in a workplace.


Partnership to improve water safety gear

SAI Global has announced it is partnering with Surf Life Saving Australia to develop what is claimed to be the world’s first specification/standard for low-buoyancy water safety gear, beginning with life jackets.

White Papers

The human element of the Safety Advisor's job - things that can (and do) go wrong

Health and Safety Advisors are the heart of the organisation in terms of knowledge about health and safety issues and preventing incidents. However, they are still humans, which means that they, too, can make mistakes.



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