TRAINING

COURSES

• SAFETY REPRESENTATIVES

• OFFICE HEALTH & SAFETY

• SAFETY INDUCTION

• INCIDENT INVESTIGATION

• WORKPLACE RISK ASSESSMENT

• FIREFIGHTER

• FIRST AID – LEVEL1 – LEVEL 2

• ORGANISATIONAL PROCEDURE

• EFFECTIVE TIME MANAGEMENT

• TAILOR MADE TRAININGS

 

BASIC FIREFIGHTING TECHNICS

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.

Learner objectives
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Understand the key risks in hot-work activities and the permit to work criteria
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Understand the chemistry of fires and common sources of fuel and ignition during hot-work activities
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Understand the MSDS criteria for extinguisher medium selection and common mediums used
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Understand the firefighting techniques needed to combat potential fires
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Understand the monitoring requirements as per client policies and procedures.

GENERAL HEALTH AND SAFETY COURSE

Suitable for empowering all employees regarding common dangers at work and legal requirements.
An excellent supplementary course to empower SHE Representative to perform their duties more effectively.

Learner objectives
• Describe the basic principles, content and purpose of a SHE policy
• Describe the main components of an Integrated Risk Management System
• Identify unsafe acts and conditions in the workplace
• Understand the causation theories describing why incidents take place and how to prevent incidents.
• Advise on basic legal requirements regarding SHE at work

INCIDENT & ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES

Learners will be able to apply the skills and knowledge attained from this course to conduct effective incident investigations at work.

Learner objectives
• Understand the legal requirements regarding incident investigations at work
• Identify the hazards promoting to incidents at work
• Understand various incident theories and apply it within the framework of investigations
• Execute investigations and make recommendations to prevent future incidents
• Cross reference legal requirements into the investigation outcomes and recommendations

FIRST AID – EMERGENCY RESPONSE

Learners will be able to demonstrate the basic knowledge and understanding of emergency preparedness and
the responses needed to preserve life.

Learner’s Objectives
• Understand the different types of emergencies that may be encountered in the workplace
• Explain the purpose of warning, mandatory, statutory and informative signs
• Describe the effects that these emergencies in the workplace may have on worker health and safety
• Understand the importance of emergency plans and the scope of such plans

Range:
• Emergencies may include: Floods, Fires, Explosions, Seismic events, Power failures, Emission of gas, sudden release of gases, Chemical incidents, and equipment failure.
• Restricted and confined areas, traveling ways and escape routes is according to specified requirements