We deliver Occupational Health & Safety training that support the implementations of Health and Safety systems.
This training is covered by four main topics.

OHS Legal Courses

PRE-REQUISITES: Literate
DURATION: One Day
TARGET GROUP: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.

INTRODUCTION
The ability of legal compliance in a company is vested in the competence of the responsible and accountable persons to have a clear vision and understanding what the legal liabilities of the company and individuals entails. Without this competence it would be difficult to establish compliance in the workplace as efforts and resources could be allocated wrongfully, thus initiating the loss cycle.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
The legal liability course provides the learner with an insight on the intention of the legislator, but most importantly the learner will be equipped with the required competence to ensure that the duties of the employer is executed to be inline with the OHS Act.

OUTCOMES
* Each module will develop specific competence in the learner and on completion of the learning event the learner will be in a position to define and proof competence in the following elements of applying the OHS Act in the workplace
* South African Legal System
* Terminology used in the Act
* Applicable sections of the Act
* Duties of Employers and Employees
* General Regulations Requirements
* Machinery Safety
* Portable Electrical Equipment and the Act
* Responsibilities towards Occupational Health

I PRE-REQUISITES: Literate
DURATION: 2 Days
TARGET GROUP: Employers, Employees, Contractors

INTRODUCTION
The uninterrupted availability of all resources in industry and in particular the health and safety of its employees, are crucial needs for operational and economical development. The establishment of compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act will enhance the operational capabilities in the company, on condition that the corner stone in the process will be the identification of hazards and evaluation of associated risks. This approach will ensure meeting and exceeding the expectations of all stakeholders, as well as effective control over positive growth.

The guiding principle in the OHS Act is the responsibility of the employer to pro-actively identify hazards and the development of control measures to either eliminate or mitigate risks. In essence the Act requires a well-defined health and safety maintenance plan.

COURSE OUTCOMES
On completion of this course the learner will understand his/her responsibility and accountability as demanded in the OHS Act. The learner will further be exposed to the intentions of the legislator and the general legal system.

CULMINATING OUTCOMES
On completion of this course the learner will be able to assist management to ensure compliance is met at all workplaces by integrating the OHS Act into an effective management system.

COURSE CONTENT

SECTIONS OF THE OHS ACT I
* Compliance Needs and requirements
* Due Diligence Responsibility/ Accountability
* Appointments

SECTIONS OF THE ACT II
* Employer / Employee duties
* OHS Act vs Risk Assessments

INCORPORATED REGULATIONS OVERVIEW
* OHS Act vs Regulation
* General
* Electrical
* Mechanical
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Duration: 5-8 Hours
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.

INTRODUCTION
The ability of legal compliance in a company is vested in the competence of the responsible and accountable persons to have a clear vision and understanding what the legal liabilities of the company and individuals entails. Without this competence it would be difficult to establish compliance in the workplace as efforts and resources could be allocated wrongfully, thus initiating the loss cycle.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
The legal liability course provides the learner with an insight on the intention of the legislator, but most importantly the learner will be equipped with the required competence to ensure that the duties of the employer is executed to be inline with the OHS Act.

OUTCOMES
Each module will develop specific competence in the learner and on completion of the learning event the learner will be in a position to define and proof competence in the following elements of apply in the OHS Act in the workplace:

– South African Legal System
– Terminology used in the Act
– Applicable sections of the Act
– System Requirements
– General Requirements
– Mechanical Requirements
– Electrical Requirements
– Health Requirements
– OHS objective setting and management

COURSE CONTENT
Module 1: THE SOUTH AFRICAN LEGAL SYSTEM:
– During this module the learner will be exposed to the law as applied in the courts of South Africa.

Module 2: TERMINOLOGY
– On completion of this module the learner will be able to define and describe:
– Definitions;
– Where reasonable practicable;
– Reasonable man theory;

Module 3: SECTIONS OF THE OHS ACT:
– The sections that induce a liability on the responsible and accountable parties will be covered in this module.

Module 4: OHS SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
– Identification of controls
– Setting of responsibility
– Standards development
– System requirements
– Measuring and Monitoring requirements
– Corrective and preventative action needs

Module 5: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
– During this module an overview of the specific liabilities relating to the General Safety Regulation and General Administrative regulation will be covered.

Module 6: MECHANICAL; ELECTRICAL AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS:
– During this module an overview of the specific liabilities and responsibilities in relation with mechanical, electrical and health management in the workplace. Special attention will be granted to the regulations of the OHS Act.

Duration: 2 Days
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: Government and Municipalities, Construction Companies, Consulting Engineers, Construction Site Managers and Supervisors, Health and Safety Representatives, Health and Safety Managers and Coordinators

This course is designed to cater for the needs of Clients, Agents, Principle Contractors and Sub-contractors. It covers compliance from Tender Phases to Project Finalisation.

In-depth studies of all aspects and requirements defined in the Construction Regulation 2014 is covered. Learners will be fully competent to establish and maintain legal compliance.

Course outcomes:
As all aspects of compliance will be covered in the learning event, the learners will be competent to plan for tenders, develop Safety Specifications, implement Construction Site OHS Management Plans and measure compliance.

Course content:
Module 1: Definitions
Module 2: Construction Permits and Notification
Module 3: Duties of Client and/or Agents
Module 4: Duties of Designers
Module 5: Duties of Principle Contractors
Module 6: Maintaining compliance (Management and Supervision)
Module 7: Construction Risk Management and High-risk Activities.
Module 8: Fall Protection
Module 9: Construction Equipment, High Risk Work and Technical Compliance:
· Electrical
· Mobile Plant
· Vehicles
· Stacking Principles
· Inclusive of CR10-22
· Use and Storage of flammables
Module 10:Construction Site Housekeeping
Module 11: Construction Emergency Response Planning

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General OHS Courses

Duration: 1 Days
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: Health and Safety Representatives and Committee Members

INTRODUCTION
The Health and Safety Representative fulfill a vital role in the legal compliance process, provided that they are managed effectively. The Representative should be competent to assist the Health and Safety Committee to achieve the goals and objectives set by the OHS management System and OHS Act. Modern Representatives must be cognitively empowered to perform several risk control functions, as supervisors, representatives and committee members forms a solid defense against losses and injuries in the workplace. The scope of this course is Unit Standard aligned and additionally include practices which focus on development of cognitive skills to ensure the health and safety of all business resources. Detailed health and safety principles will be addressed during this course, in order to achieve this goal.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
On completion of this course the learner will be able to define the safety practices, apply statutory requirements and perform there duties as Health and Safety Representatives to the highest standard.

COURSE MODULE FOCUS
On completion of the Health and Safety Representative course learners will be equipped with the processes and techniques to evaluate the safety standards in the workplace and to act proactively in establishing control measures. The learner will further be able to define and describe and apply:

– Legal Requirements
– Duties of Health and Safety Representatives
– Functions of the Representative and Committee
– Health and Safety in the workplace
– Occupational Health
– Inspection Requirements
– Incident Investigation Reporting

Duration: 2 Days
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: Health and Safety Representatives and Committee Members.

Having competent Health and Safety Representative in establishing a system that provides compliance with local and international requirements competence is non-negotiable. The Representative should be competent to assist the Health and Safety Committee to achieve the goals and objectives set by the OHS Management System and OHS Act. Modern Representatives must be cognitively empowered to perform several risk control functions, as supervisors, representatives and committee members forms a solid defense against losses and injuries in the workplace.

The scope of this course is Unit Standard aligned and additionally include practices which focus on development of cognitive skills to ensure the health and safety of all business resources. Detailed health and safety principles will be addressed during this course, in order to achieve this goal.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
On completion of this course the learner will be able to define the safety practices, apply statutory requirements and perform there duties as Health and Safety Representatives to the highest standard.

COURSE MODULE FOCUS
On completion of the 2 Day Health and Safety Representative course learners will be equipped with the processes and techniques to evaluate the safety standards in the workplace and to act proactively in establishing control measures. The learner will further be able to define and describe
and apply:

– Legal Requirements
– Duties of Employer and Employees
– Functions of the Representative and Committee
– Health and Safety Principles
– Risk Identification and assessment
– Occupational Health
– Inspection Requirements
– Communication and empowerment techniques.
– Incident Investigation

A FULL PRACTICAL COMPONENT IS INCLUDED IN THE 2 DAY ADVANCED TRAINING

Duration: 2 Days
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; employees, Contractors; Security Officials.

(All employees to ensure continuous base assessments are Initiated)

Risk Management is the departure point for any safety program, hence it be a legal compliance system or a more complex International Standard System. Without proper risk control practices deployed in the company the changes to achieve compliance is slim. The duties placed on the employer in both the OHS Act and the OHSAS 18001 Standard is clear, measure the risk and establish controls for the significant risks.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
The material is designed to provide effective skills and competence in the full range of risk assessments and those tools needed I to complete the risk methodology. The learner will be equipped to facilitate a risk assessment team in the workplace.

COURSE CONTENT
MODULE 1: HIRA GLOSSARY OF TERMS
MODULE 2: HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF RISK MANAGEMENT
MODULE 3: HIRA AND INDUSTRY
MODULE 4: LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENTS
MODULE 5: HAZARDS PERILS AND RISKS
MODULE 6: HAZARD IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUES

Duration: 2 Days
Unit Standard: N/A
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives

INTRODUCTION
Effective SHE management and prevention of incidents re-occurring requires competent incident investigators to be deployed in a company.Inco Safety Incident Investigation training presents processes, tools and techniques to conduct effective, purposeful investigations. Competence in the use of specific incident investigation techniques will ensure that the root causes of accidents/incidents are determined to prevent re-occurrence of similar events in the future.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
On completion of this course the learner will be able to understand the methods to conduct investigations as well as the statutory requirements controlling incidents in industry.

COURSE CONTENT
MODULE 1: LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENTS
MODULE 2: CAUSATION
MODULE 3: INCIDENT INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES
MODULE 4: INCIDENT SCENE MANAGEMENT AND EVIDENCE GATHERING
MODULE 5: PHYSICAL INVESTIGATION
MODULE 6: CAUSATION MODEL

Duration: 1 Day
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.

INTRODUCTION
Sub-standard Stacking and Storage principles are one of the major contributors to industrial accidents injuries. Without proper principles implemented and maintained the storage areas can become a death trap. Most companies are also forced to stack outside the legal parameters, and therefore need to apply for exemption at the Department of Labour, without proper knowledge and effective OHS practices implemented the application will be denied.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
On completion of this course the learners will be able to understand the role of OHS with respect to Safe Stacking and Storing and will be able to perform their responsibilities to be in line with the OHS Act.

OUTCOMES
On completion of the course learners will be equipped with the processes and techniques to assist management with safety management in the stacking and storage practices of the company. The learner will further be able to define and describe and apply:

* Legislative Requirements
* Principles of Stacking
* Storage Facility Management
* Handling of Hazardous Chemical Substances

COURSE CONTENT
Module 1: LEGAL AND GENERAL RISKS
Module 2: PRINCIPLES OF STACKING
Module 3: STORAGE FACILITY MANAGEMENT
Module 4: HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES

DURATION: 2 Days
PRE-REQUISITES: Literate
TARGET GROUP: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.

INTRODUCTION
The general health and safety program provides the organisation the opportunity to establish safety management principles in the lowest levels of the organisation. The key to successful safety management is vested in the ability of all employees to participate in the OHS program, participation requires specific competence, which is provided by this course.

COURSE OUTCOMES
To equip learners with the general knowledge regarding SHE principles and the importance of OHS in industry.
On completion of this course the learner will be able to:
– Contribute to the SHE system by means of safe behaviour;
– Identify potential hazardous tasks and conditions;
– Partake in safety decision-making.

COURSE CONTENT
Module 1: INTRODUCTION TO SHE
The learner will be exposed to the elements of a SHE system and the impact it can have on a company. Part of this module includes the role of each employee in the workplace regarding his or her legal, moral and financial responsibilities towards the company.

Module 2: GENERAL HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
The learner will be educated in the basic techniques to identify sub-standard conditions and sub-standard acts.

Module 3: OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
The learner will be exposed to the general aspect of occupational health and personal hygiene. The learners will also be educated in the effects and symptoms of occupational diseases, which they may encounter during employment.

Module 4: LEGISLATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES
The learner will be educated in his duties as required in the Occupational Health and Safety Act and/or the Mines Health and Safety Act.

Module 5: SHE PROGRAMS
The learner will be educated in the elements of a SHE program and the necessary information needed to contribute to the program.

Module 6: WORKPLACE SAFETY
In this module the learner will be educated in the general aspects in assuring workplace safety as well as the safety of tools and other resources in the workplace. Also included in this module is training wrt the different types of symbolic safety signs and the meaning of specific types of training.

DURATION: 1 Day
PRE-REQUISITES: Literate
TARGET GROUP: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors;Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.INTRODUCTION

Do people acknowledge the impact of health and safety in an office environment? A very important question but the answer is actually a resounding NO. People only start thinking about health and safety once something actually goes wrong, especially in the office environment. What can go wrong in the office? Anything you can think of no matter how far fetched the idea may be. The biggest draw back today is that management doesn’t ask themselves this in relation to office safety.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
On completion of this course the learner will be able to understand the role of OHS in the office environment and will be able to perform responsibilities to be in line with the OHS Act.

OUTCOMES
On completion of the Office Safety course learners will be equipped with the processes and techniques to assist management with safety management in the office environment. The learner will further be able to define and describe and apply:

Legislative requirements
Regulations
Behavioral safety
Office safety
COURSE CONTENT
Module 1: LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENTS
Module 2: REGULATIONS
Module 3: BEHAVIORAL SAFETY
Module 4: OFFICE SAFETY

Duration: 2 Days
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: Supervisors; Middle Management; potential supervisors and managers.

Course information:
Profit enhancement is the functions of management and safety is the responsibility of the safety officer! – this is often the attitude of supervisor. The supervisor is generally conditioned to cater for production only, this creates a supervisor, which is not educated to integrate programs, especially safety programs, in order to enhance the
operational capabilities of the organisation.The importance of this course cannot be overstressed. It is often stated that the supervisor is the backbone of any integrated system. It is imperative for the supervisor to understand his/her role in the core business of the organisation and what is expected from him/her in production, profit enhancement and risk control. The supervisor set the pace of productivity on base level and must be able to maintain effective control in the workplace.

Objectives:
On completion of this course the learner will be able to demonstrate competence in the functions of an effective supervisor. The learner will further be able to demonstrate how safety, production and profit fit into his/her own profile, and scope of authority.

Outcomes:
On completion of this course the learners will be equipped with the processes and techniques control all business resources for the benefit of the organisation.
The learner will further be able to define and describe:
– Return on investment
– Profit margins and objectives
– Production needs
– The science of supervision
– Integrated loss exposure communication and management
– Legislative Requirements
– Hazard Identification Techniques
– Risk management

DURATION: 1 Day
PRE-REQUISITES: Literate
TARGET GROUP: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives, Exposed individuals.

INTRODUCTION
This course is designed to provide the appointed and responsible persons with the necessary knowledge to effectively manage and control chemicals and relevant flammable materials storage in the workplace.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
Exposures to hazardous chemicals and misuse of flammables may lead to extreme financial losses in industry. This course is designed to equip the learner to establish effective compliance with HCS and flammable materials in the workplace.

OUTCOMES
On completion of this course the learner will be able to:

Identify the hazards which chemicals and flammables pose;
Explain the intention of the OHS Act relating to chemicals and flammables;
Explain the health effects of chemicals to the human body;
Route of chemical intake;
Understand the safe storage and handling of chemicals;
Define the use of PPE;

COURSE CONTENT
Module 1: CHEMICAL AND FLAMMABLE HAZARDS
Module 2: OHS ACT AND CHEMICALS
Module 3: HEALTH EFFECTS
Module 4: CHEMICAL ROUTE OF INTAKE
Module 5: STORAGE AND HANDLING OF CHEMICALS
Module 6: PPE USE AND PURPOSE

Emergency Response Courses

Duration: 2 Days

Pre-Requisites: Literate

Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners;Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; employees, Contractors; Security Officials. (All employees to ensure continuous base assessments are initiated)

INTRODUCTION

Accidents and incidents are mostly preventable in modern businesses,unfortunately they still occur. Therefore an important aspect in Safety Management is the availability of trained first aiders, which is also a legal requirement. On completion of the course the learner will

be in the position to provide first aid to injured employees.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

On completion of the course the learner will be able to define, describe and apply the requirements to provide first aid in the workplace.

COURSE CONTENT

The content of the course is designed on SETA, Department of Labour requirements and OHS Act principles and is outcomes based driven.The construction of the content is focussed to achieve maximum participation as well as ensuring positive learning outcomes, and include the following training criteria:

MODULE 1: GENERAL LEGISLATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES

MODULE 2: FIRST AID, EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES

MODULE 3:GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF FIRST AID

MODULE 4:EMERGENCY SCENE MANAGEMENT

MODULE 5:ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION AND CPR

MODULE 6: CHOKING

MODULE 7:WOUNDS AND BLEEDING

MODULE 8:FRACTURES

MODULE 9: SHOCK, UNCONSCIOUSNESS AND FAINTING

MODULE 10:HEAD AND SPINAL INJURIES

MODULE 11:BURN INJURIES

Duration: 5 Hours
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives, Exposed individuals

INTRODUCTION
This course is designed to provide the general workforce and fire team members with the necessary knowledge to prevent fires and to deal with fires effectively in the event of an emergency. The program is aligned to the Unit Standard 13961.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
Provide the student with the basic knowledge and skills to know what to do in case of a fire.

OUTCOMES
– The safety measures required
– The classes of fire
– The types of fire extinguishers
– Fire emergencies
– The combustion triangle
– How to operate fire extinguishers

COURSE CONTENT
Module 1: COMPONENTS OF A FIRE AND FIRE FIGHTERS:
Module 2: FIRE CLASSIFICATIONS
Module 3: FIRE PREVENTION
Module 4: TYPES OF FIRE
Module 5: EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN (FIRE REQUIREMENTS):
Module 6: PRACTICAL

Duration: 1 Days
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.

INTRODUCTION
Being prepared for and knowing what to do in an emergency forms an integrated part of loss prevention. In order to optimize the effectiveness of an Emergency Response Plan, it is essential that all the affected stakeholders in the organization are familiar with and trained in the requirements of this
Plan. This course provides employees with the techniques to effectively participate in the development and implementation of an Emergency Response Plan.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
An essential element in a successful Health, Safety and Environmental Management system is the planning for emergencies and anticipation for disasters. The objective of this course is to provide the learners with the necessary information to develop emergency plans, in order to maximize the effectiveness of the company during the management of an unwanted event, as well as to minimize consequential losses during the event. On completion of the course the learner will be able to define and describe:

– Hazards and risks
– Develop a physical emergency plan
– State the objective of the plan
– Appoint responsible persons
– Establish communication requirements
– Determine resources needed
– Develop procedures
– Establish training needs

Module 1: EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING AND DISASTER ANTICIPATION
– During this module the learner will be exposed to the requirements of emergency planning and reference to previous disasters will be covered.

Module 2: DEVELOPMENT OF THE PLAN
– Causation Model;
– Pre-contact management;
– Contact management
– Post-contact management.

Module 3: EMERGENCY PLANNING
– Identification of hazards;
– Risk assessment;
– Corrective Action Planning

Module 4: EMERGENCY PLAN DEVELOPMENT
– Objective of the plan
– Assignment of responsibility
– Communication requirements
– Resources needed
– Procedures for each emergency
– Training requirements
– Evaluation of the plan

Duration: 1 Day
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.

INTRODUCTION
Being prepared for and knowing what to do in an emergency forms an integrated part of loss prevention. In order to optimize the effectiveness of an Emergency Response Plan, it is essential that all the affected stakeholders in the organization are familiar with and trained in the requirements of this
Plan. This course provides employees with the techniques to effectively participate in the development and implementation of an Emergency Response Plan.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
An essential element in a successful Health, Safety and Environmental Management system is the planning for emergencies and anticipation for disasters. The objective of this course is to provide the learners with the necessary information to develop emergency plans, in order to maximize the effectiveness of the company during the management of an unwanted event, as well as to minimize consequential losses during the event. On completion of the course the learner will be able to define and describe:

– Hazards and risks
– Develop a physical emergency plan
– State the objective of the plan
– Appoint responsible persons
– Establish communication requirements
– Determine resources needed
– Develop procedures
– Establish training needs

Module 1: EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING AND DISASTER ANTICIPATION
– During this module the learner will be exposed to the requirements of emergency planning and reference to previous disasters will be covered.

Module 2: DEVELOPMENT OF THE PLAN
– Causation Model;
– Pre-contact management;
– Contact management
– Post-contact management.

Module 3: EMERGENCY PLANNING
– Identification of hazards;
– Risk assessment;
– Corrective Action Planning

Module 4: EMERGENCY PLAN DEVELOPMENT
– Objective of the plan
– Assignment of responsibility
– Communication requirements
– Resources needed
– Procedures for each emergency
– Training requirements
– Evaluation of the plan

Paramedic team giving first aid to patient.

Induction & Awareness

Duration: 2-3 Hours
Designed for: All employees
The purpose of this course is to introduce beneficial occupational health and safety to all the employees. The employees will be trained in their legal duties as employees. Further they will be trained in basics of safety in the workplace.

What will be covered in the session?
1: Symbolic safety signs
2: Personal protective equipment
3: Hazards in the workplace
4: Incidents typical to the workplace
5: Duties of employees (OHS act)
6. Hand Tools
7: Electrical Dangers
8: Machine Guarding
9: Hazardous Substances and Chemicals
10: Power driven hand held equipment
11: Working at Heights
12: High Risk-Work Controls

For all Employees
After the 2-3 hours induction, the employees will be able to understand the importance of Health and Safety in their workplace and how to take care of themselves and their colleagues. They will also know to whom they must report safety hazards and what to do in the event of an accident.

Duration: 2-3 Hours
Designed for: All employees

Having an Emergency Response Plan is one thing – Having an employee core that understand and actively participate in the Emergency Plan is the best thing. For this reason the material in the Emergency Awareness and Response Induction course is designed to create EARI conscious employees. The focus of the learning event is placed on critical content and safe sequences in an emergency plan. Each learner will experience the use of a fire extinguisher during the learning event.

What is covered in the 2 hours?
1: Emergency Escape routes
2:Emergency signage
3: Emergency numbers and reporting structures
4: Housekeeping and Emergency Safety
5. Fire fighting & use of fire extinguisher

Duration: 2-3 Hours
Designed for: All employees

Noise control is an aspect which is severely neglected in the workplace by both the employer and employee. The impact of neglect is not immediately visible and tangible, it surfaces normally at a late stage in the exposed person’s life. Knowledge in dealing with noise and the responsibilities of protection is crucial in dealing with this hazard in the workplace.

What is covered in the 2 hours?
•Noise Induced Hearing Loss Regulation
•Impact of Noise on the Human
•Responsibilities of exposed persons
•Personal Protective Equipment and limitations
•Zoned areas and control measures
•Inspection and Maintenance Requirements

Duration: 2-3 Hours
Designed for: All employees

Machinery, healthy and injury free operators is a critical asset in the manufacturing process of any company. This training event exposes the operator, supervisors and line management in the means to maintain machinery safety and to ensure positive operator protection while operating the machinery.

What is covered in the 2 hours?
•General Machinery Safety
•Guarding
•Revolving Parts
•Supervision of Machinery
•Lock-outs
•Typical machinery hazards

Duration: 1 Day
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.

INTRODUCTION
Being prepared for and knowing what to do in an emergency forms an integrated part of loss prevention. In order to optimize the effectiveness of an Emergency Response Plan, it is essential that all the affected stakeholders in the organization are familiar with and trained in the requirements of this
Plan. This course provides employees with the techniques to effectively participate in the development and implementation of an Emergency Response Plan.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
An essential element in a successful Health, Safety and Environmental Management system is the planning for emergencies and anticipation for disasters. The objective of this course is to provide the learners with the necessary information to develop emergency plans, in order to maximize the effectiveness of the company during the management of an unwanted event, as well as to minimize consequential losses during the event. On completion of the course the learner will be able to define and describe:

– Hazards and risks
– Develop a physical emergency plan
– State the objective of the plan
– Appoint responsible persons
– Establish communication requirements
– Determine resources needed
– Develop procedures
– Establish training needs

Module 1: EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING AND DISASTER ANTICIPATION
– During this module the learner will be exposed to the requirements of emergency planning and reference to previous disasters will be covered.

Module 2: DEVELOPMENT OF THE PLAN
– Causation Model;
– Pre-contact management;
– Contact management
– Post-contact management.

Module 3: EMERGENCY PLANNING
– Identification of hazards;
– Risk assessment;
– Corrective Action Planning

Module 4: EMERGENCY PLAN DEVELOPMENT
– Objective of the plan
– Assignment of responsibility
– Communication requirements
– Resources needed
– Procedures for each emergency
– Training requirements
– Evaluation of the plan

Duration: 1 Day
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.

INTRODUCTION
Being prepared for and knowing what to do in an emergency forms an integrated part of loss prevention. In order to optimize the effectiveness of an Emergency Response Plan, it is essential that all the affected stakeholders in the organization are familiar with and trained in the requirements of this
Plan. This course provides employees with the techniques to effectively participate in the development and implementation of an Emergency Response Plan.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
An essential element in a successful Health, Safety and Environmental Management system is the planning for emergencies and anticipation for disasters. The objective of this course is to provide the learners with the necessary information to develop emergency plans, in order to maximize the effectiveness of the company during the management of an unwanted event, as well as to minimize consequential losses during the event. On completion of the course the learner will be able to define and describe:

– Hazards and risks
– Develop a physical emergency plan
– State the objective of the plan
– Appoint responsible persons
– Establish communication requirements
– Determine resources needed
– Develop procedures
– Establish training needs

Module 1: EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING AND DISASTER ANTICIPATION
– During this module the learner will be exposed to the requirements of emergency planning and reference to previous disasters will be covered.

Module 2: DEVELOPMENT OF THE PLAN
– Causation Model;
– Pre-contact management;
– Contact management
– Post-contact management.

Module 3: EMERGENCY PLANNING
– Identification of hazards;
– Risk assessment;
– Corrective Action Planning

Module 4: EMERGENCY PLAN DEVELOPMENT
– Objective of the plan
– Assignment of responsibility
– Communication requirements
– Resources needed
– Procedures for each emergency
– Training requirements
– Evaluation of the plan

Duration: 1 Day
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.

INTRODUCTION
Being prepared for and knowing what to do in an emergency forms an integrated part of loss prevention. In order to optimize the effectiveness of an Emergency Response Plan, it is essential that all the affected stakeholders in the organization are familiar with and trained in the requirements of this
Plan. This course provides employees with the techniques to effectively participate in the development and implementation of an Emergency Response Plan.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
An essential element in a successful Health, Safety and Environmental Management system is the planning for emergencies and anticipation for disasters. The objective of this course is to provide the learners with the necessary information to develop emergency plans, in order to maximize the effectiveness of the company during the management of an unwanted event, as well as to minimize consequential losses during the event. On completion of the course the learner will be able to define and describe:

– Hazards and risks
– Develop a physical emergency plan
– State the objective of the plan
– Appoint responsible persons
– Establish communication requirements
– Determine resources needed
– Develop procedures
– Establish training needs

Module 1: EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING AND DISASTER ANTICIPATION
– During this module the learner will be exposed to the requirements of emergency planning and reference to previous disasters will be covered.

Module 2: DEVELOPMENT OF THE PLAN
– Causation Model;
– Pre-contact management;
– Contact management
– Post-contact management.

Module 3: EMERGENCY PLANNING
– Identification of hazards;
– Risk assessment;
– Corrective Action Planning

Module 4: EMERGENCY PLAN DEVELOPMENT
– Objective of the plan
– Assignment of responsibility
– Communication requirements
– Resources needed
– Procedures for each emergency
– Training requirements
– Evaluation of the plan

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