Training

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1. Accident Investigation / Reporting

Accidents do not just happen – they are a result of serious flaws in safety management that have been neglected and insufficiently dealt with. When an industrial accident occurs, not only the victims but their families, companies and management suffer as well. Therefore, a comprehensive accident investigation procedure is needed to trace and identify these flaws as root causes for effective accident preventive strategies to be implemented. This would prevent any recurrences.

2. Basic Fire Fighting & Rescue

This course aims to allow participants to understand the appropriate measures to be taken during a fire outbreak as well as the proper rescue techniques to be applied during such emergency situations. They will be equipped with the knowledge of the various methods of fire extinguishing and rescue techniques in times of emergencies.

3. Basic Understanding of OHSAS 18001, SS 506 and ISO 14001

Participants will given a basic understanding of OHSAS 18001, SS 506 and ISO 14001 requirements the benefits received following their implementation. They will learn about how the legal and social obligations all organisations have towards EHS issues. In addition, they will be taught how to take their companies a step further by devising cost effective management systems, enabling their staff to receive such EHS benefits.

4. Chemical Safety

This course is designed to enhance safety awareness amongst users who are subject to chemical handling within the nature of their jobs.

5. Confined Space Safety

This course is catered to enhance safety awareness of those working in confined spaces. A confined spaces is known as an enclosure with limited openings for entrances or exits. Poor maneuverability and inadequate air circulation also contribute to its dangerous nature. It is extremely important for all working personnel in confined spaces to have the proper training needed to comprehend and defend against the hazards present.

6. Effective Safety & Health Committee

Participants will be taught the requirements of WSH legislations, its functions as well as the importance of being a member of the WSH committee.

7. Electrical Safety

The three main forms of electrical hazards are fires, explosions and contact with exposed live parts; their are most commonly resultant from poor electrical installations and static electricity. Many serious and even fatal accidents involving electrical shocks and burns are reported every year. Hence, this course is designed to enhance electrical safety awareness among participants who have to work with electrical sources.

8. First Aid

During critical moments it is essential that personnel react immediately and administer the correct emergency actions in order to save lives. This course equips participants with basic first aid knowledge and emphasises on the do’s and don’ts of treating victims before a qualified medical team arrives on scene.

9. Emergency Response Training

This course imparts basic knowledge and skills in handling different types of fire extinguishers, evacuation techniques as well as emergency situations to participants. In addition, they will be taught first aid requirements and their application in treating injuries.

10. Hand Tools and Machinery Safety

Portable hand tools are easy to use but are often mishandled. Even if they have been manufactured with safety in mind, there are still certain safety measures that need to be observed when using them. Any misuse of such portable hand tools may still result in serious accidents or even permanent disability. A machine operator should not be deployed to work at any machine or process unless he has received sufficient training and is competent at handling hazards involved. This course is intended to instruct such operators on the safety aspects of handling such tools and machinery.

11. Hearing Conservation Programme

The adverse effects of noise on human beings are easily overlooked by both management and operators. Yet, it is still essential to protect employees from noise-induced deafness through the implementation of a Hearing Conservation Programme. This course will explain to participants the detriments of excessive noise and how to prevent further injury to staff concerned.

12. Kitchen Safety

Many of the equipment used in preparing, cooking and serving food in catering establishments, shops, food factories and even in households are so common that many overlook the risks the pose to safety. This course is intended to equip participants with the ability to identify hazards associated with industrial kitchens and to implement precautions that should be taken to safeguard those who work in it.

 13. Lock-Out and Tag-Out (LOTO)

Many accidents that have occurred in the past were due to the lack of LOTO procedures. This course will allow participants to understand the importance of LOTO at workplaces. Lock-out prevents any unintentional activation or energisation of any plant, machinery or equipment. This is to protect individuals involved in the inspection, cleaning, repair or maintenance of such appliances.

14. Mechanical and Manual Handling Safety

This course is based on emphasising safe manual handling and mechanical lifting operations; such machinery include cranes, powered industrial trucks, forklifts and conveyors. Recently, the use of mechanical handling techniques has increased work efficiency and reduced cases of manual handling-associated injuries. Unfortunately, some tasks still cannot be replaced by mechanical handling. Manual handling of heavy loads at work still continue to contribute to a significant number of workplace injuries. Thus, it is essential to instill proper manual handling techniques among workers.

15. Meeting the Expectation of WSH Auditors

This course will address the key concerns regarding the WSH audit process, the follow-up actions involved as well as the preparation of necessary documentation. An external WSH audit is now mandatory in major industries such as marine, civil, construction, metalworking, petrolchemical and wafer fab industries. They are required to engage third party WSH auditors to audit their management system.

16. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

PPE is an essential defence against exposure to on-the-job hazards. Although companies have implemented engineering control and work procedures to reduce job hazards, PPE is necessary to protect workers against unforeseen threats. This course will assist participants in identify and protecting against the different types and specifics of workplace hazards.

17. Safe Working at Height and Scaffold Safety

This course is designed to raise safety awareness among employees who work from height and from scaffolds. Falling from height has always been one of the leading causes of fatal accidents. Thus, efforts should be made to ensure that effective measures are taken to eliminate such occurrences. Scaffolding is still widely used as a means of access for those working at height. Thus, workers using scaffolds should be equipped with full knowledge of its use and hazards prior to work.

18. Safety Awareness Training

This course equips participants with the essential knowledge of safety and health at the workplace. It provides an overview of legislative requirements, roles and responsibilities for safety and health at workplaces, safety and health management, workplace hazards and their control measures.

19. Safety & Health Management System (SHMS)

SHMS describes an organisation’s WSH policy, priorities and responsibilities and is designed to bring structure and consistency into the organisation’s accident prevention efforts. The implementation of SHMS is also a legal requirement as stated in the WSH Act. This course is designed to help participants to understand the importance of SHMS and its implementation.

20. Transport Safety

Accidents involving goods vehicles pose serious threats not only to their drivers but also to other road users. Ultimately, it is a driver’s failure to observe and comply with transport safety is the main cause of road traffic accidents. The safe operation of vehicles in the transportation of materials needs careful planning and execution. Hence, this course is designed to enhance safety awareness and instill Land Transport Authority (LTA) road transport safety requirements among drivers.

21. Risk Assessment Training

This course will equip participants with the knowledge and skills of adopting different techniques to identify hazards, evaluate and control risks at workplaces. Other topics include employer and employee obligations under the WSH Act, WSH (Risk Management) Regulations, Safe Work Procedures and proper record-keeping. Under the WSH (Risk Management) Regulations, risk assessment is mandatory for all workplaces. This course provides 3 SDU Points for Workplace Safety & Health Professionals.

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