HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING
HASREP [Health & Safety Reps & Committee] 7 hours
Unit Standard No: 259622: Credits: 3: NQF Level: 2: Unit Standard Title: Describe the functions of the workplace Health and Safety Representative. : Course Introduction: Introduction to Occupational Health & Safety: Theory of risk management: Legal requirements [Customize]: Risk & hazard identification: Inspections: Reporting the findings: Investigation: Committees
FIRE [Level 1 – Fire & Emergency Planning] 8 hours
Course Introduction: Chemistry of fire: Theory of fire prevention: Theory of fire protection: Theory of firefighting: Theory of emergency planning: Responding to an emergency: Fire inspections: Registers & checklists: Reporting the findings
HIRA [Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment] 16 hours
Unit Standard No: 244287: Credits: 7: NQF Level: 5 : Unit Standard Title: Conduct a baseline risk assessment and take appropriate action. SAQA Unit Standard : Introduction to SAQA, NQF & SETA : Terms, Definitions and References : History of Occupational Safety, Health and Environment [SHE] : Extent of the Problem : Causes and Consequences : Management of Decisions : Reportable Incidents : Occupational Safety / Health / Environmental Hazards : Identifying Hazards – Examples : Cause, Control & Consequence Chain : Scale of Probability / Frequency / Severity : Reasonable Mitigation of Hazards : Introduction to HIRA / Fundamentals : Research and Reference Material : The Funnel Method : RAG Tag – Basic Recognition and Rating System : Types of Risk Assessments :
Assessment Methodologies : Introduction to Bowtie Risk Analysis : When to perform a HIRA : Establishing the HIRA Team : Preparing to Conduct a HIRA : Process Flow Planning and Management : Performing the HIRA : Conducting a Risk Rating : Final Practical Exercise : Communicating the HIRA Findings : HIRA Inspection Checklist : HIRA Control Register : HIRA Cause, Control & Consequence Chain : HIRA Assessment Form.
SUPER [Supervisory Management] 16 hours
Introduction to supervision : Theory of health & safety management : Introduction to legislation : Organization’s policy, rules & procedures : Supervisory leadership – styles : Project planning : Planned job analysis / observations : Organizing : Interpersonal communication : Problem solving : Decision making : Supervisory control : Delegation : Developing and motivating a team : Conclusion : Practical’s and exercises.
AC [Relevant Sections of the Act] 6 hours
History of SA Health & Safety Legislation: Intro to Act and Reg: Basic Principles of Law: Definitions: Functions, Duties, Roles: Rights, Responsibilities and Requirements: Appointments and Nominations: Structures, Procedures: Records, Evidence, Archives and Penalties: Reporting
CLAIM [IOD Claim Management] 7 hours
Unit Standard No 259610: Credits: 2: NQF Level: 2: Unit Standard Title: Demonstrate basic understanding of the procedure for submission of compensation claims for injuries & occupational diseases: Overview of Legislation: How does COID work? : Employee Medicals: Compensation – Cover: Compensation – When Can You Claim? : Compensation – Earnings: Investigations: INITIATE – Reporting an Occupational Injury: PROCESS – Submitting an Injury Claim: CONCLUDE – Finalizing an Injury Claim: Reporting a Disease.
INDUCTOR [Basic H&S Awareness] 4 – 6 hours
Unit Standard No: 259639: Credits: 4: NQF Level: 2 : Unit Standard Title: Demonstrate knowledge pertaining to basic health and safety principles in and around a workplace : The reasons incidents occur :
Legal requirements: Organization’s rules and procedures: Occupational Health: Occupational Hygiene: Personal Hygiene: Occupational Safety: First Aid and medical facilities: Reporting system: Emergency Planning.
ELEC [Introduction to safe use of electricity] 4 hours
Introduction to electricity: Legal requirements: Electricity is dangerous: Understanding electricity: Features of electricity: Using electricity: Protection from electrical hazards: Inspecting for hazards: Portable Tools Register.
FIRST* [Level 1 & 2 – 1st Aid & Response] 18 hours
Intro to Legal Requirements, Legal and Ethical Considerations, The Law of Consent, Reporting of Injuries and Treatment : Intro to Health & Safety, Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing, First Aid Kits and Equipment : Approaching an Accident Scene, Treating a Collapsed Person, Rescue Breathing, CPR, Choking, Drowning Shock, Unconsciousness Fainting : Wounds & Control of Bleeding, Fractures, Sprains & Dislocations, Head Injuries, Neck and Spinal Injuries, Lifting and Carrying a Patient, Burns, Electrocution, Smoke, Chemicals and Poisons, Bites and Stings, Eyes : Heart Diseases, Angina, Heart Attack, Stroke, Diabetes, Asthma, Seizures, Epilepsy [*DoL approval is required to present GSR 3 training