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This course is an introduction into the challenging and evolving field of occupational health and safety, and will enable you to gain an understanding of the ethical, legislative, technical, and management aspects of health and safety practice in human resources.
This course is broadly divided onto 9 units that comprehensively deal with the ethics that are required of a safety practitioner.
Unit 1 A/401/1001 Essentials of Safety Management
Unit 2 A/401/1002 Basics of Occupational Psychology
|1||Human Factors and Safety|
|3||Developing Personnel Resilience|
Unit 3 A/401/1003 Risk Assessment
|1||Risk Assessment Definition|
|2||Risk Assessors & Criteria for a Suitable and Sufficient Assessment|
|3||Carrying out a Risk Assessment|
Unit 4 A/401/1004 Permit To Work And Lock Out Tag Out
|1||Permit to Work – Definition and Types|
|2||Permit to Work – Sections|
|3||Lock out Tag Out|
Unit 5 A/401/1005 Accident Incident Investigation
|2||Accident Investigation in Detail|
|3||Accident /Incident Investigation – Lessons learned|
Unit 6 A/401/1006 Principles of Health and Safety At Work – Part 1
|1||Health & Safety at Work Law|
|2||Managing Health and Safety at work|
|4||Slips & Trips|
|6||Work at Height|
Unit 7 A/401/1007 Principles of Health and Safety At Work – Part 2
|2||Plant and Equipment maintenance|
|3||Gas and Oil Fired Equipment|
|4||Pressurized Plant and Equipment|
|6||Lifting and handling|
Unit 8 A/401/1008 Principles of Health and Safety At Work – Part 3
Unit 9 A/401/1009 Principles of Health and Safety At Work – Part 4
Course Goals and Learning Outcomes
This course will provide an introduction to occupational health and safety legislation, workplace hazards, and the administration of organizational health and safety practices. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Understand the historical, moral, economical and legislative importance of a well-managed health and safety system.
- Describe the regulatory framework surrounding occupational health and safety.
- Illustrate the role/function of the workplace parties in occupational health and safety.
- Explain technical aspects of safety management including hazard recognition, assessment and control.
- Identify, categorize, and discuss the various sources of workplace hazards.
- Describe the process for controlling hazards and managing risk in the workplace.
- Understand the fundamental theories of worker protection and how these are applied in the workplace.
- Identify how to recognize and analyze factors contributing to incidents/accidents.
- How to determine root cause and establish correlations to incident/accident prevention.
- Discuss how to effectively manage an occupational health and safety program in the workplace.
- Explain how the human resource professional is a key player in organizational health and safety (i.e. training, culture, disability management, program development, etc.)
- State the elements needed to create a health and safety management system.
At the end of this training course, you will learn to:
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Every year over 3 million people suffer from different type of illness or injury that can be directly related to their work environment. Tragically, findings reveal that an estimated 20 persons are killed in preventable accidents while carrying out their day to day jobs – possible in breach of their human rights.
As an employee, job seeker or self-employed, you have a duty to protect yourself and those working alongside with you, as well as report hazards and defects observed in the workplace.
As an employer you have a legal duty to protect the health and safety of your work force. The Health and safety at work Act of 1974 mandates employers of labour to provide a duty of care for employees and all visitors to their work premises.
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This course provides you with the knowledge, skills and solid training in the theories and practices of occupational health and safety, emergency planning and environmental management. Participants will have the foundations to create, plan, implement, audit and evaluate programs in the areas of health and safety, emergency planning and environmental management systems.