Legislative Short Courses

  1. First Aid Level 1:
•       Legal Aspects •       Unconsciousness
•       Principles of Safety •       Wounds and Bleeding
•       Casualty Management •       Burns and Bleeding
•       Breathing •       Electrical Injuries
•       Artificial Respiration •       Head and Spinal Injuries
•       CPR •       Injuries to Muscles and Ligaments
•       Choking •       Bandages and Splints
•       Blood and Circulation •       Fractures
•       Shock  

 

  1. First Aid Level 2:
•       Legal Aspects •       Blood and Circulation
•       Principles of Safety •       Shock
•       Casualty Management •       Blood and Circulation
•       Breathing •       Unconsciousness
•       Artificial Respiration •       Wounds and Bleeding
•       CPR •       Head and Spinal Injuries
•       Choking •       Injuries to Muscles and Ligaments
•       Fractures •       Burns and Scalds
•       Chest, Head & Spinal Injuries •       Electrical Injuries
•       Blast Injuries •       Epilepsy (Fits)
•       Eye & Hand Injuries •       Chest Pain and Paralysis
•       Multiple Injury Management •       CVA (Stroke)
•       Rescue Carriers •       Injuries to Muscles and Ligaments
•       Electrical Injuries •       Bandages and Splints
•       Fractures •       Elementary and Applied Anatomy and Physiology
•       Poisoning & Environmental Emergencies

 

  1. Health & Safety Representative:

 

  1. Accident/Incident Investigation:
•       The reason for investigations •       Conducting the interview
•       Causes of incidents •       Handling disagreements
•       Investigate every incident •       Taking notes and statements
•       The investigation team •       Closing the interview
•       Investigating steps •       Re-enact the incident
•       Visit the scene of the incident •       Investigation reports & checklist
•       Collect exhibits •       Case studies
•       Collect exhibits •       Review of skills learnt
•       Interview the right people •       Evaluation of course
•       Preparing for the interview & asking the right questions

 

  1. OHS Act Awareness for Management – Workshop:
•       General duties of employees •       Health and safety committees
•       Duty to inform •       Functions of health and safety committees
•       General duties of employees at work •       Certain deductions prohibited
•       Duty not to interfere with, damage or misuse things •       Report to an inspector regarding certain incidents
•       Chief executive officer charged with certain duties •       Victimization forbidden
•       Health and safety representatives •       Acts or omissions by employees or mandatories
•       Functions of health and safety representatives •       Penalties

 

  1. Basic SHE Principals In The Workplace:
•       Health and safety policy •       Safe working practices
•       Organisational structure •       Intoxication (alcohol abuse) / drugs
•       Duties of your employer & employee •       First aid / accident / investigation reporting
•       Your rights as an employee •       Fire prevention
•       General health and safety rules •       Good housekeeping
•       Organisation’s rules and procedures •       Symbolic safety signs

 

  1. Hazardous Identification Risk Assessment –HIRA:
•       Definitions •       Example Of Common Hazard Identification Checklist
•       Occupational Health And Safety Act •       Types Of Hazards To Look For In A Workplace
•       Risks •       Type Of Documentation & Information we need to do a Hazard Identification
•       Types Of Risks •       Important Points to remember when conducting a Hazard Identification In Your Work Area
•       Hazard And Risks •       Hazard Identification Guidelines
•       Aspects To Consider In Identifying Hazards •       Follow-Up And Monitoring
•       Hazard Identification And Risk Assessment •       Hazard Identification And Risks Assessment Teams
•       Plan & Prepare For Hazard Identification

 

  1. Basic Environmental Course

 

  1. Construction Regulations

 

  1. COID Act Course:
Day one Day two
•       Interpretation of the Act •       Determination and calculation of Compensation
•       Administration of the Act •       Occupational Disease
•       Compensation Fund and Reserve Fund •       Medical aid
•       Compensation for Occupational Injuries •       Obligations of Employers
•       Claims for Compensation •       Legal procedures
•       General

 

  1. Advanced OHS Act Course

 

  1. Forklift & Reach Truck Driver Training:
•       Parts and Components •       Dangerous goods
•       Inspection and Maintenance •       Fire safety
•       Safety on a Forklift •       Forklift stability
•       Refuelling •       Theory assessment
•       Pallets and storage containers •       Practical assessment

 

  1. Power Pallet Driver Training:
•       Principles of operation •       Stacking
•       Mechanical appreciation •       Parking
•       Inspections •       Theory assessment
•       Lifting •       Practical assessment
•       Transporting

 

  1. Overhead Crane Code 30 – 31 Certification & Recertification

 

  1. Mobile Crane Driver Training:
Module 1 (Operator Training)
•       Safety •       Practical operations
•       Different types of cranes •       Overhead crane braking system ( Appendix 1)
•       Crane Components •       Risk control ( Appendix 2)

 

Module 2 Overhead Crane (Rigging)
•       Using slings and lifting equipment •       Wire rope slings & Construction of Ropes
•       Rope inspection •       Correct slinging methods
•       Correct use of sling •       Mechanical splicing
•       Chain slings & Steel Wire Ropes •       Centre of gravity
•       Good slinging practices •       Identification of slings
•       Home-made lifting Equipment •       Inspection of Wire Ropes
•       Shackles •       Discarding and Rejecting of Unsafe tackle
•       Natural fibre ropes •       Appendix 1 (Risk Control)
•       Wire Strands

 

  1. Scissor Lift Certification & Recertification

 

  1. Rigging & Slinging Training Course & Chain Hoist

 

  1. Hazardous Task Training (Heights/Hot Work/Permit Controllers)

 

  1. ISO/OHSAS 14001/18001 Training (Introduction)

 

  1. ISO/OHSAS 14001/18001 Training (In Depth)

 

  1. Scaffold Erector Training:
•       Basic scaffolding requirements •       Hoist towers
•       Tying scaffolding to building facades •       Protection fans and nets
•       Independent scaffold •       Interpretation of drawings and specifications

 

  1. Basic Fire Fighting:
•       Handling of Hazardous Chemical Substances •       Search and Rescue
•       Risk Assessments •       Moving in Smoke and Darkness
•       Elements of Fire •       Moving Downstairs
•       Ignition Sources •       To avoid losing your way
•       Classification of Fires •       Working on Roofs
•       Methods of Fire Spread •       Duties, Tasks and responsibilities of a Fire Team
•       Fire Extinguishers •       Fire Fighting Equipment Inspections – Hose Reels and Fire Extinguishers
•       Identification of Water Supplies •       Additional duties, tasks and responsibilities for a Fire team leader
•       Entry Hazards •       Evacuation Plan and Drills

 

  1. Working at Heights:
•       Module 1:     Legal Aspects •       Module 2:    Hazards associated with working at

Heights

•       Module 3:    Medical requirements •       Module 4:    Safety precautions/Mitigation
•       Module 5:    Permit requirements for

Hazardous Tasks

•       Module 6:    Appointments and competencies
•       Module 7:    Assessments – Theoretical

 

  1. SHE Managers Course:
•       Risk Management •       Technical Safety
•       HIRA •       Occupational Health
•       Health and Safety Theories, Principles and SHE Systems •       Introduction to Industrial Environmental Management
•       OSHACT and other Legislation •       Introduction to Implementation, Maintenance and Organisation of a SHE Program
•       Incident investigation

 

Fitting Qualification Fundamental Unit Standards

 

  1. NQF Level 2:
  1. NQF Level 3:
  1. NQF Level 4:

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