Get How to Demonstrate SFARP! In this comprehensive video, learn how to effectively demonstrate SFARP (So Far As is Reasonably Practicable) in accordance with the Australian WHS Act. how to eliminate or minimize risks so far as is reasonably practicable. Although the Act doesn’t explicitly use the acronym SFARP or SFAIRP, it has become widely adopted.
Building upon the insightful post So Far As is Reasonably Practicable, which shared guidance from Safe Work Australia, this video aims to demystify this often misunderstood topic. Gain a deep understanding of how to prove that risks have been adequately minimized or eliminated, ensuring compliance with WHS regulations.
Introduction to the Full Video – How to Demonstrate Risk is #SFARP
By the end of this session, you will:
- Comprehend the concept of SFARP and its significance.
- Explore various techniques available to effectively demonstrate SFARP.
- Acquire the ability to apply these techniques in the correct order, as practicality is crucial.
- Develop confidence in performing SFARP demonstrations and distinguishing between good and bad practices.
(Note: While this session covers most SFARP demonstrations, a comprehensive understanding of risk tolerability, including quantitative cost-benefit analysis, requires a separate lesson.)
Topics Covered in “How to Demonstrate SFARP”:
- Understanding the Meaning of “Reasonably Practicable” in Australian WHS.
- Evaluating Codes of Practice, Standards, and Regulations.
- Assessing Controls or Groups of Controls to Determine Adequacy.
- Practical Hints on Good Practice and Avoiding Bad Practice.
- Real-life Examples.
- Sources of Additional Information.
Enroll in this valuable lesson for only $45 USD (tax-free), or consider the discounted WHS bundle for greater savings.