Workplace Hazard Awareness Course (WHAC)

The Workplace Hazard Awareness Course (WHAC) is a free training programme for teenagers.  It is usually taught in schools but can also be used for college induction training.  It was developed by IOSH with help from the HSE and is designed to prepare young people for their work experience or first job.  The course has more than 20 activities and takes 6 – 8 hours to deliver.  Teachers or trainers running free courses can download the course materials, which include an interactive presentation with film clips, a teacher guide, student workbook, evidence sheets and extension work. 



WHAC Workbook                                                           

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WHAC Teacher guideDownload (4.10 MB)