Applying SHE Principles and Procedures
The course will enable learners to understand the importance of compliance to safety, health and environmental legal and other requirements for a specific workplace and the importance of integrating safety, health and environmental considerations into all routine activities at the workplace. In addition, learners will be able to identify any deviations and workplace safety performance in the workplace from health, safety and environmental requirements and be able to ensure that the correct action is taken in situations where safety health and environmental issues are not in accordance with requirements.
Basic Fire Fighting
Our basic fire training course will teach employees how to prevent fires from starting, how to use a fire extinguisher and what to do when a fire starts in the workplace. The appointment of fire wardens and fire fighters require that they receive basic fire training and emergency planning.
Upon completion of this course, the learner will have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the basic legal requirements in term of injuries and diseases.
This training course instructs learners on the identification of hazards and minimum entry requirements of working in confined spaces, the correct use of PPE and atmospheric monitoring equipment, training requirements, planning and implementing of emergency evacuations and alignment with legislative rudiments on construction sites and in industry.
The course offers the learner the opportunity to gain an understanding of the Construction Regulations wherein, they will be able to apply legal referencing, understand the importance of compliance and be familiar with the processes and procedures regarding professional registration.
This Covid-19 prevention course has been designed to provide you with information on the Coronavirus as well as suggesting best practices for the workplace to help prevent coronavirus. Recognizing and Protecting Frontline Workers during the pandemic.
Learn about the personal protection measures, actionable health information, facts, myths and misconceptions associated with COVID-19 and reduce the associated risks while working.
The aim of this course is to give an understanding of the planning, preparation and procedures required for an effective, co-ordinated response to different emergencies that could take place in the workplace.
Ergonomics is the study of the relationship between people, the equipment they use and the physical environment in which they work. Ergonomics in the workplace is about the application of the knowledge of this relationship to benefit well-being, performance and improve both short and long term health and safety.
This course provides designated individuals with the skills and knowledge required to assist with evacuations during workplace fire incidents and to operate as key members of an emergency control organisational system.
Fall Protection Planner
Learners wishing to acquire the competencies in this unit standard will be people responsible for the safety and protection of people working at height where there is a risk of injury from fall. The learner will be responsible for the safety of others performing tasks at height. Qualifying learners are able to develop fall protection plans for people working at height, required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (Act 85 of 1993)
This course is designed for employees who have been appointed as Fire Watchers during hot work activities. Key industries include the general engineering, petrochemical and volatile chemical industry.
First Aid level 1 & 2
It is the responsibility of the First Aider to assist colleagues or others on the premises in case of an emergency. This could take the form of a flood, accidents, fire or an explosion to name but a few.
This course is designed around four modules covering topics like managing the scene of an emergency, the basic human anatomy and physiology as well as the primary and secondary survey, as well as managing the scene of an emergency, the basic human anatomy and physiology as well as the primary and secondary survey.
First Aid level 3
Basic First Aid Level 3 follows after Basic First Aid Level 2.
This course is designed around four modules covering topics like managing the scene of an emergency, the basic human anatomy and physiology as well as the primary and secondary survey.
Hand and Power Tool Training
The hand and power tool safety training assists your employees to improve your organisations overall safety record by educating and improving the use of tools in regards to safety.
Handling Hazardous Chemical Substances
On completion of the training course, learners will be able to monitor, advise and report on the scope and understanding of the specified requirements regarding hazardous substances in the workplace, demonstrate knowledge pertaining to the application of methods in preventing exposure to Hazmat and demonstrate knowledge of the classification, physical state, health effects and disposal methods of Hazmat in the workplace.
Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
This course covers topics such as safety, workplace inspections, and principals of the act. It is designed to enable learners to ensure that safety, health and environmental principals and procedures are applied effectively in the workplace.
We will discuss topics such as the principals of the act, potential risks and hazards as well as the proper identification of risks and hazards.
Health and Safety Representative
The prime functions of the Health and Safety Representative is to identify hazards, be aware of all potential risks and hazards at the workplace and to ensure the continued health and safety of self and colleagues.
This course covers: legal knowledge, the difference between occupational health and occupational safety, incident prevention, hazard identification, incident investigation and conducting meetings.
We take a look at various concepts such as occupational hygiene, the measuring tools of safety, acceptable levels exposure as well as business elements and identifying the spectrum of losses.
Incident and Accident Investigation
This Accident & Incident Investigation course has been developed for collaborators who are in charge of investigating accidents or incidents in workplaces. The course explains the purpose of accident/incident investigation, and the processes involved. The content also covers the differences between the two causes of accidents: immediate or direct causes, and underlying or root causes. Also, the course teaches how to determine corrective actions and recommendations, which will help prevent recurring accidents.
Incident & Root Cause Analysis
This incident investigation and root cause analysis training teaches the importance of near miss reporting and investigation as a proactive tool to control risk before losses/harm occur. This training provides a general background in how investigations and root cause analysis (RCA) are performed.
Legal liability training will ensure that both the employer and the employee is aware of what is required of them by the Occupational Health and Safety Act, what to do in the event of a party failing to comply, as well as what the repercussions are should you fail to comply with the health and safety act.
Occupational Hygiene Principals
This course aims to provide an introductory course outlining the broad principles in occupational hygiene as the basis for anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of hazards that can be encountered in the workplace.
This course equips learners with the ability to understand and interpret the terminology used and objectives of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993. Learner program outcomes include exposure to the national and provincial structures of the legislation (OHS) and various sections and regulations of the act, with the aim of implementing important sections of the act, thus striving toward H&S compliance.
Plan Job Observations and Safe Work Procedures
Planned Task Observation is the term provided for the exercise involved with identifying risks to health and safety in the workplace and the subsequent documentation of the control measures to manage those risks.
It is a legal requirement for organisations to document any health and safety risks that have been identified in the workplace, it is equally important to record the actions that have been taken to reduce such risks.
This course ensures that the candidate is able to meet the requirements in providing a safe and healthy work environment for employees through requiring that task and behavioural observation be routinely conducted.
This PPE Training course is designed to familiarise employers, senior staff, and employees with all the fundamental aspects of PPE that is used in work environments.
The course looks at legislation relating to PPE, the various types of PPE that protect workers from hazards, and how to determine the need for PPE. With this knowledge, learners will be fully prepared to select and use PPE properly so health and safety is upheld at work.
Safe Stacking and Storage
Section 8 of the OHS Act states that an employer will provide a working environment that is safe and without risk to his or her employees. He or she will also provide information and training to ensure the health and safety of the employees. Training your staff on correct stacking and storage procedures is therefore crucial where this activity is undertaken in the workplace.
Supervisor Health and Safety on Site
This course provides learners with tools to promote safety performance through improved worker behaviour, better job planning, co-operation and improved safety activities.
This course is suitable for all site leaders including supervisors, foremen, leading hands as well as new or soon-to-be supervisors of a construction site.
Train the Trainer
The course will also develop essential training skills and promote a clear understanding of how to teach effectively, leaving you energised and well-equipped to deliver quality training sessions that will draw out the best input from you to get the best results from your audience.
Taking a course in managing or minimising waste can help you identify ways to improve your existing practices. Training can inform and motivate your staff, which in turn can help boost the overall efficiency of your business. This Course cover some of the following topics:
handling hazardous waste (following health and safety guidelines, keeping dangerous waste secure)
collecting waste (storing it safely, sorting it for recycling)
implementing environmental management systems (improving your overall processes in order to reduce waste and lessen your environmental impact)
Working at Heights
This training is designed to equip workers with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to work at height safely - minimising the risk and increasing chances of survival should a fall occur.
Working at Heights Rescue
Planning for fall protection plays an important role in safety in any industry where workers are at height. While companies may understand the importance of having a plan and equipment in place, many fail to fully address the issue of escape from heights and/or rescue after a fall has occurred.