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OCCUPATIONALLY DIRECTED FIRST AID.
FIRST AID LEVEL 1 : DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR ACCREDITED

Duration: 2 Days

Entrance: Grade 7: English Literacy and mathematical skills as per ABET

  1. Aligned with HWSETA unit standard 119567
  2. CPR Mouth Piece and 1 Pair Gloves
  3. Plus HIV/AIDS, T.B. (Tuberculosis) and Associated Diseases Awareness
  4. Comprehensive Practical Patient Simulation with Adult, Child and Infant Manikins
  5. Practical and Theoretical Examinations: Certificates Issued to learners found competent on the outcome of the course.

Description:

  • CPR: Adult
  • Choking – Adult
  • Basic Anatomy and Physiology
  • Shock
  • Unconsciousness
  • Simple Fainting
  • Medical Emergencies –general
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Epilepsy, Convulsions (fits, seizures)
  • Stroke (CVA)
  • Asthma
  • Heart Attack – Acute Myocardial Infarct (AMI)
  • Angina Pectoris – Chest pain
  • Dealing with ALLERGIC reactions
  • General Medical Emergencies
  • Bleeding
  • Burns
  • Head and Spinal Injuries
  • Fractures, Sprains, Dislocations , Splinting and Bandaging

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FIRST AID LEVEL 2: DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR ACCREDITED

Duration: 4 days – Combination course of Level 1 and 2.

Entrance: Grade 9: English Literacy and mathematical skills as per ABET

  • To up skill learner to Ingozi standards of First Aid Training
  • Aligned with HWSETA unit standard that equates to 4 days
  1. Aligned with HWSETA unit standards 120496 and 14656
  2. CPR Mouth Piece and 1 Pair Gloves
  3. Plus HIV/AIDS, T.B. (Tuberculosis) and Associated Diseases Awareness – advanced = US14656
  4. Comprehensive Practical Patient Simulation with Adult, Child and Infant Manikins
  5. Practical and Theoretical Examinations: Certificates Issued to learners found competent on the outcome of the course.

Description:

  • CPR: Adult, Child and Infant
  • Choking – Adult, Child and Infant
  • Emergency scene management
  • Basic Anatomy and Physiology
  • Shock, Unconsciousness, Simple Fainting
  • Medical Emergencies –general
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Epilepsy, Convulsions (fits, seizures)
  • Stroke (CVA)
  • Asphyxia
  • Asthma, Emphysema, and other related breathing emergencies
  • Heart Attack – Acute Myocardial Infarct (AMI)
  • Angina Pectoris – Chest pain
  • Dealing with ALERGIC reactions
  • Bleeding
  • Splinting and Bandaging
  • Head, Chest and Spinal Injuries
  • Fractures, Sprains, Dislocations, Splinting and Bandaging
  • Abdominal Injuries
  • Splinting and bandaging
  • Burns
  • Environmental Emergencies Hyperthermia (Heat Stroke, Heat Exhaustion,
  • Heat Cramps), Hypothermia – Including Frostbite, etc.
  • Water Accidents and Diving Injuries
  • Drowning, Secondary Drowning, Near Drowning
  • Poisons
  • Bites: Dogs Shark, Snake
  • Stings: Bee, Scorpion, Wasp, Blue bottle and Jelly Fish

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FIRST AID LEVEL 3: DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR ACCREDITED

Duration: 5 Days in classroom

Entrance: Grade 11: English Literacy and mathematical skills as per ABET

  • A valid level 2 first aid certificate from an approved Department of Labour Provider
  • Can also serve as a combination course for Level 2 and 3 as well, provided that the learner has a valid level 1 first aid certificate from an approved Department of Labour Provider
  1. CPR Mouth Piece and 1 Pair Gloves
  2. Plus HIV/AIDS, T.B. (Tuberculosis) and Associated Diseases Awareness – advanced = US 14656 aligned
  3. Comprehensive Practical Patient Simulation with Adult, Child and Infant Manikins
  4. Practical and Theoretical Examinations: Certificates Issued to learners found competent on the outcome of the course.

Description:

  • CPR: Adult, Child and Infant
  • Choking – Adult, Child and Infant
  • Emergency scene management
  • Basic Anatomy and Physiology
  • Shock, Unconsciousness, Simple Fainting
  • Medical Emergencies –general
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Epilepsy, Convulsions (fits, seizures)
  • Stroke (CVA)
  • Asphyxia
  • Asthma, Emphysema, and other related breathing emergencies
  • Heart Attack – Acute Myocardial Infarct (AMI)
  • Angina Pectoris – Chest pain
  • Dealing with ALERGIC reactions
  • Bleeding
  • Splinting and Bandaging
  • Head, Chest and Spinal Injuries
  • Fractures, Sprains, Dislocations, Splinting and Bandaging
  • Pelvic and Abdominal Injuries
  • Splinting and bandaging
  • Burns
  • Environmental Emergencies: Hyperthermia (Heat Stroke, Heat Exhaustion,
  • Heat Cramps), Hypothermia – Including Frostbite, etc.
  • Water Accidents and Diving Injuries
  • Drowning, Secondary Drowning, Near Drowning
  • Poisons
  • Bites: Dogs Shark, Snake
  • Stings: Bee, Scorpion, Wasp, Blue bottle and Jell
  • Childbirth – normal as well as complications in pre-hospital emergency setting
  • Blood Pressure and Associated

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BASIC FIRE FIGHTING
BASIC FIRE FIGHTING

Duration: 4 Hours Awareness

Entrance: Grade 7: English Literacy and mathematical skills as per ABET

  • Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety legislative compliance
  • Practical and Theoretical Examinations: Certificates Issued to learners found competent on the outcome of the course.

Description:

  • The combustion Process: (Oxygen, Fuel, Heat + Tetrahedron)
  • Incipient to Growth Stages
  • The causes of fire
  • Ways fire is spread
  • Classes of Fire
  • Types of Portable fire Extinguishers
  • Maintaining a portable fire extinguisher
  • Prevention of Fires in relation to Housekeeping
  • Methods of Extinguishing a Fire
  • Maintenance and Inspection of Equipment
  • Check the fire extinguisher
  • Precautions for Fire Extinguishers
  • Legal Aspects
  • Fire prevention (OHS Act) and company specific procedures
  • Flat hose reels, Fire coupling/hydrant, Fire sand bucket, Fire Blankets
  • Perform basic firefighting procedures: P A S S method
  • How to move through a burning building
  • What to do when you are trapped

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BASIC FIRE FIGHTING AND EVACUATION PLANNING

Duration: 1 Day

Entrance: Grade 11: English Literacy and mathematical skills as per ABET

a) Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety legislative compliance

b) Aligned with HWSETA unit standard 252250

c) Practical Simulations

d) Practical and Theoretical Examinations: Certificates Issued to learners found competent on the outcome of the course.

Description:

• Identify different types of fires.

• Fire Tetrahedron

• Causes of fire 4 Ways fire is spread

• Classes of Fire

• Prevention of fires

• Fire Detection Methods

• Prevention of Fires in relation to Housekeeping

• Fire prevention (OHS Act) and company specific procedures.

• The consequences of non- adherence to safe practices

• Types of Portable fire Extinguishers

• Methods of Extinguishing a Fire

• Maintenance and Inspection of Equipment

• Flat hose reels, Fire coupling/hydrant, Fire sand bucket, Fire Blankets

• Perform basic firefighting procedures. P A S S

• Steps to be taken in the event of a fire

• How to move through a burning building

• What to do when you are trapped by a fire

• Contingency plan (e.g. a “Disaster manual”)

• Legal Aspects

• Fire prevention (OHS Act) and company specific procedures

• The precautions to be taken according to organisational procedures.

• Symbolic safety signs

• Fire Emergency Procedure

• Roles and Responsibilities

• EMERGENCY PLAN

• Recording the Evacuation Drill

• Checklist: (OHS Act SECTION 9) Emergency Preparedness & Fire + Injury

• Summary of a Fire Safety Checklist

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HEALTH AND WELFARE SETA (HWSETA) ACCREDITED SKILLS BUNDLES
FIRST AIDER AT THE WORK PLACE NQF Level 2

Including HIV/AIDS, T.B. (Tuberculosis) and Associated Diseases Awareness

Duration: 5 Days in classroom.

Thereafter, further workplace assignments as well as mentor involvement

Entrance: Per unit standard requirements. Course very intense and of a high standard.

Best practice for entry: = Grade 12 schooling, good command of English language, written and mathematical skills

a) HWSETA unit standards 119567, 14656 and 120496

b) CPR Mouth Piece and 1 Pair Gloves

c) Comprehensive Practical Patient Simulation with Adult, Child and Infant Manikins

d) Practical and Theoretical Examinations

e) Statements of Results will be issued to learners whom are found competent and HWSETA has verified the results.

Description:

• CPR: Adult, Child and Infant

• Choking – Adult, Child and Infant

• Safety and emergency care management

• Basic Anatomy and Physiology

• Shock, Unconsciousness, Simple Fainting

• Medical Emergencies –general

• Diabetes Mellitus

• Epilepsy, Convulsions (fits, seizures)

• Stroke (CVA)

• Asphyxia

• Asthma, Emphysema, and other related breathing emergencies

• Heart Attack – Acute Myocardial Infarct (AMI)

• Angina Pectoris – Chest pain

• Dealing with ALERGIC reactions

• Bleeding

• Splinting and Bandaging

• Head, Chest and Spinal Injuries

• Fractures, Sprains, Dislocations, Splinting and Bandaging

• Pelvic and Abdominal Injuries

• Splinting and bandaging

• Burns

• Environmental Emergencies Hyperthermia (Heat Stroke, Heat Exhaustion,

Heat Cramps), Hypothermia – Including Frostbite, etc.

• Water Accidents and Diving Injuries

• Drowning, Secondary Drowning, Near Drowning

• Poisons

• Bites: Dogs Shark, Snake

• Stings: Bee, Scorpion, Wasp, Blue bottle and Jell

• Dealing with: Violent Patients, Psychiatric Behaviour of a patient, Rape

Victims, Suicide at workplace

Unit standard 14656 compulsory:

• STD’s – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and STI’S –Sexually Transmitted

Infections

• HIV/AIDS and Associated Diseases

• Hepatitis B

• T.B. – Tuberculosis,

• Syphilis

• Gonorrhoea

• Chlamydia

• Herpes, etc.

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INGOZI SAFETY SUPERVISOR NQF Level 2

Duration: 3 Days in classroom.

Thereafter, further workplace assignments as well as mentor involvement.

Entrance requirements: Ingozi 1 day SHE-Representative course in preparation for this programme as this programme is very intense and of a high standard.

Best practice for entry: Grade 12 schooling, Computer literacy, good command of English language, written and mathematical skills.

a) HWSETA unit standard 9964 and 259622

b) Which includes Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety legislative compliance

c) Practical and Theoretical Examinations

d) Statements of Results will be issued to learners whom are found competent and HWSETA has verified the results.

Description:

• Introduction to Safety, Health and Environment

• Supervisor Records

• Documents and Records

• Types of Reports

• SHE file

• Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

• Introduction to South African Legislation

• South African Constitution

• NEMA (National Environmental Management Act)

• National Environmental Management Waste Act, as amended (NEM:WA)

• Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993, as amended

• Compilation of OHS Act, certain duties, powers, exemptions and liability

• 50 Sections and 21 Regulations of the Act

• Deming’s cycle of Plan–Do–Check–Act

• Supervisor’s duty:

• Safe System of Work

• Written Safe Work Procedures (WSWP)

• “Vicarious Liability”

• Definitions and terminology contained in the current legislation

• General duties of employers to their employees

• General duties of employers and self-employed persons to persons other than

their employees

• General duties of employees at work

• Functions of inspectors

• Special powers of inspectors

• The Difference between Criminal and Civil Liability

• Health and Safety Appointments

• Functions of health and safety representatives

• Functions of health and safety committees

• Minutes of Health and Safety Committee Meetings

• Contractors or Service Providers and contractor responsibilities

• Hazards, Risks, Reporting, Checklists, PPE

• Health and Safety Inspection Checklist

• In any workplace or environment there should be a site plan in place.

• HIRA = Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment

• 3 types of risk assessments:

• Kinney Method: Risk scoring/matrix

• Choosing controls

• Risk Control Decision Making Process

• Risk Assessment and controls

• Incident Accident Investigation and Reporting

• Iceberg Theory – The initial cost of an accident is only the tip of what it really

costs you.

• Domino Sequence

• Incident/Accident Analysis Team Kit

• Types of Witnesses

• Report to inspector regarding certain incidents

• Report to chief inspector regarding occupational disease

• Annexure 1

• Compensation vs Disablement

• Incident Investigation Documentation

• Reporting of Injuries / Diseases: Compensation Commissioner

• WCl2 as prescribed in COID Act

• Emergency Evacuations Basics

• Procedures for the identification of emergencies are known and followed

promptly and correctly

• Limit damage to persons or property in the case of an emergency

• The location of fire extinguishers, hoses and alarms is known

• Generic fire checklist

• Health and Safety Team

• Minimum contents of emergency action plan

• Symbolic Safety Signs

• Posters, Notices & Signs

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MANUAL ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS (MEWPS)
GANTRY

Duration: New Attendees 5 Days – Refresher 1Day

Entrance: English (read)

a) TETA Accredited Unit Standard 116235

b) Course Presented by an Experienced and Level 2 TETA Accredited

c) 50/50 Practical and Theoretical Interaction

Description:

• Introduction

• General safety

• Identify crane components

• Start-up checks

• Shut down checks

• Safe lifting standards

• Handling the

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LIFTING EQUIPMENT
FORKLIFT

Duration: New Attendees 5 Days – Refresher 1 Day

Entrance: English (read)

a) TETA Accredited Unit Standard 242974

b) Course Presented by an Experienced and Level 3 TETA Accredited

c) 50/50 Practical and Theoretical Interaction

Description:

• Introduction

• General Safety

• Types of lifting machinery

• Attachments and controls

• Start-up Checks

• Shut Down Checks

• Principles of lifting

• Operating a lift truck

• Lifting and handling

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REACH TRUCK

Duration: New Attendees 5 Days – Refresher 1 Day

Entrance: English (read)

a) TETA Accredited Unit Standard 242978

b) Course Presented by an Experienced and Level 3 TETA Accredited

c) 50/50 Practical and Theoretical Interaction

Description:

• Introduction

• General Safety

• Mechanical appreciation

• Operation of controls

• Pre-start & Start-up checks

• Close down checks

• Refuelling

• Manoeuvring

• Recognizing loads

• Loading & off-loading of containers, trailers and trucks

• Practical

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HAND AND POWER TOOLS

Duration: 1 Day

Description:

• Identify general safety procedures

• Identify different types of power tools

• Identify hazards associated with hand and power tools

• Explain safety tips that should be utilized when using hand and power tools

• Describe general safety practices to be used when setting up a work area, selection of personal

• protective equipment, and utilizing tools at the worksite

• Identify hazards and precautions taken when using electric, pneumatic, powder, and fuel powered tools

• Identify hazards and precautions taken when working with jacks and abrasive wheels

• Explain features of machine guarding

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COID ACT

Duration: 2 Days

Description:

• Differentiate between various COID Act terminology

• Identify the purpose of the COID Act

• Discuss the payment & pay out procedures

• Explain the report process

• Participate in calculations

• Discuss contraventions

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RISK ASSESSMENT

Duration: 2 Days

Entrance:

Occupational Health and Safety Act or Health and Safety Representative.

Description:

• Explain the legal and specified requirements for conducting continuous risk assessments.

• Prepare to conduct a continuous risk assessment.

• Conduct a continuous risk assessment.

• Initiate remedial action and follow up on Continuous Risk Assessment.

• Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety legislative compliance.

• Theoretical examinations: Certificates issued to learners found competent

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WORKING AT HEIGHTS:
WORKING AT HEIGHTS

Duration: 1 Day

Entrance: English (read and write)

a) CETA Accredited Unit Standard 229995 and 229998

b) Course Presented by an Experienced and Level 4 CETA Accredited

c) 50/50 Practical and Theoretical Interaction

d) Comprehensive Learner Manual

Description:

• Construction Regulations – Fall Protection

• Responsibilities

• General Working at Heights Principles

• Before Working at Heights / Suspension Trauma

• Fall Arrest Systems / Practical Assessment

• Who Qualifies to Work at Height

• Working at Height Structures

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HIV/AIDS, TB, ASSOCIATED DISEASES.
HIV/AIDS, TB, ASSOCIATED DISEASES AWARENESS

Duration: 6 Hours

Entrance: Entrance level dependent on client requirements

  • Attendance certificate only

Description:

  • HIV/AIDS
  • Human Sexuality and Sexual Orientation
  • Code of Conduct & Policy on HIV/AIDS in the WORKPLACE
  • Tuberculosis (T.B.)
  • Hepatitis B
  • Syphilis
  • Herpes

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HIV/AIDS, STD’s, STI’s, TB

Duration:1 Day

Entrance: As per client requirements

  1. Aligned with HWSETA unit standard 14656
  2. Plus additional and valuable information

Description:

  • Human Sexuality and Sexual Orientation
  • Code of Conduct & Policy on HIV/AIDS in the WORKPLACE
  • Code of Good Practice on Key Aspects of HIV/AIDS and Employment
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Tuberculosis (T.B.)
  • Hepatitis B
  • Syphilis
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Chlamydia
  • Herpes, etc.

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EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLANNING AWARENESS
BASIC EVACUATION PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

Duration: 1 Day Awareness

Entrance: Grade 11 * English Literacy and Mathematical Skills (as per ABET)

Learners are required to draft a basic evacuation plan and advise on basic evacuation planning (Level 2).

a) Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety legislative

compliance

b) Practical and Theoretical Examinations: Certificates Issued to learners found

competent on the outcome of the course.

c) Aligned with HWSETA unit standard 259597

Description:

• Roles, Responsibilities, Plans, Drills

• Legal Aspects

• Evacuation

• Emergency Functionary/Co-Ordinator

• Evacuation Leader/Marshall

• Fire Leader/Marshall

• First Aid Leader/Marshall

• First Aid Leader/Marshall

• All Staff

• Reception

• Emergency Management Organisation

• Telephone Numbers

• How To Alert Emergency Service

• Symbolic Safety Signs

• Fire Emergency Procedure

• Roles & Responsibilities

• In Case Of Fire

• Bomb Threat

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HEALTH AND SAFETY
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH AND SAFETY AT THE WORKPLACE: OHS ACT

• Duty of Employer to inform Employee of Hazards and Risks in the Workplace.

• Target: Labourers, Literacy and language levels not a problem.

• Training can be custom made to suite your business environment

Not suitable for appointing SHE-Reps.

Duration: 1 Day Awareness

Entrance: English Literacy

a) No examinations – Attendance certificates Issued to learners.

b) Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety legislative

compliance

Description: Health & Safety Awareness

• General Information

• Health and Safety Legislation

• Constitution of south Africa

• Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

• Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHS Act) – Act 85 of 1993, as amended

• Sections of the Act

• 21 regulations, but 4 are general for all industries:

• Employers’ Responsibility – Section 8 of OHS Act

• Section 13: Duty to inform

• Employee Responsibility – Section 14 of OHS Act

• Section 15 – Duty not to interfere with, damage or misuse things

• Section 18 – Functions of the SHE Representative

• Section 20: Functions of health and safety committees

• Contractor responsibilities

• Section 26 – Victimization forbidden

• Section 24: Report to inspector regarding certain incidents

• Section 25 – Report to chief inspector regarding occupational disease

• An investigation will take place: Incident or Accident

• Section 29: Functions of inspectors

• Section 30: Special powers of inspectors

• Section 38: Offences, penalties and special orders of court

• Section 44: Incorporation of health and safety standards in regulations

• The Difference between Criminal and Civil Liability

• Very important to consult with employer after the course:

• 4 General Steps to Safety

• Checklists and the basics

• Focusing on workplace hazards

• Reporting problems after an inspection

• Protective clothing requirements are identified and protective clothing is used

• Housekeeping

• Lifting and Climbing Safely

• Tools and Machinery

• Beware of Fire Hazards

• Confined spaces: Gas – The Silent Underground Killer

• Workstation Ergonomic Hazard Analysis

• Hand and power tools

• Electrical Safety

• Hazardous Materials

• Checklist Example to help

• Toolbox Talks

• Working at heights and fall protection Introduction

• Symbolic Safety Signs

• The Health and Safety Team

• Evacuations and Fire discussion

• Emergency Shutdown

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HEALTH AND SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE BASICS

• Candidates elected for SHE-Representative roles and re-appointment of expired term of office Health and Safety Representatives

Duration: 1 Day

Entrance: Grade 9: English Literacy and mathematical skills as per ABET

a) Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety legislative compliance

b) Practical and Theoretical Examinations: Certificates Issued to learners found competent on the outcome of the course.

Description:

• Health & Safety Representative basics

• Supervisor Records

• Documents and Records

• Types of Reports

• SHE file

• Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

• Introduction to South African Legislation

• South African Constitution

• NEMA (National Environmental Management Act)

• National Environmental Management Waste Act, as amended (NEM:WA)

• Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993, as amended

• Compilation of OHS Act, certain duties, powers, exemptions and liability

• 50 Sections and 21 Regulations of the Act

• Definitions and terminology contained in the current legislation

• General duties of employers to their employees

• General duties of employers and self-employed persons to persons other than

their employees

• General duties of employees at work

• Functions of inspectors

• Special powers of inspectors

• The Difference between Criminal and Civil Liability

• Health and Safety Appointments

• Functions of health and safety representatives

• Functions of health and safety committees

• Minutes of Health and Safety Committee Meetings

• Contractors or Service Providers and contractor responsibilities

• Hazards, Risks, Reporting, Checklists, PPE

• Health and Safety Inspection Checklist

• In any workplace or environment there should be a site plan in place.

• Incident Accident Investigation and Reporting Introduction

• Iceberg Theory – The initial cost of an accident is only the tip of what it really

costs you.

• Report to inspector regarding certain incidents

• Report to chief inspector regarding occupational disease

• Annexure 1

• Compensation vs Disablement

• Incident Investigation Documentation

• Emergency Evacuations Basics

• Procedures for the identification of emergencies are known and followed

promptly and correctly

• Health and Safety Team

• Minimum contents of emergency action plan

• Symbolic Safety Signs

• Posters, Notices & Signs

• Toolbox Talks

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INCIDENT INVESTIGATION

Duration: 2 Days

Entrance:

a) Occupational Health and Safety Act or mine Health and Safety Act Overview courses

b) Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment

c) Health and Safety Course ( Recommendation)

Description:

• Explain the specified requirements pertaining to conducting an investigation into workplace incidents.

• Prepare to gather data for the investigation.

• Gather and evaluate data.

• Perform post-investigation functions.

• Theoretical examinations: Certificates issued to learners found competent

• Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety Legislative compliance

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LADDER INSPECTIONS

Duration: 1 Day

Description:

• Inspection of Ladders

• Use of Ladders

• Example of Unsafe Practices involving Ladders

• General Safety Regulations ( Section 13A)

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LEGAL LIABILITY

Duration: 1 Day

Entrance:

The course is aimed at all delegates but It is advisable and highly recommended to have prior knowledge and skill in terms of Occupational Health and Safety within an organizational structure before enrolling into this course. This course is presented at a high level and fast pace.

Description:

At the end of this course with the use of the OHS Act Legal Liability course material the delegate will be able to:

• Recognize their legal liability in terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

• Discuss the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHS Act) sections pertaining to their individual roles.

• Interpret various OHS Act regulations pertaining to their responsibilities.

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HEALTH AND SAFETY SUPERVISOR

Duration: 3 Days

Entrance:

Grade 12: English Literacy and mathematical skills as per ABET plus

Learner attended and found competent in Ingozi Management SHE-Rep.  one day course.

Preferably computer literate

a) Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety legislative compliance

b) Aligned with HWSETA unit standard 9964

c) Practical and Theoretical Examinations: Certificates Issued to learners found competent on the outcome of the course.

Description:

• Introduction to Safety, Health and Environment

• Supervisor Records

• Documents and Records

• Types of Reports

• SHE file

• Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

• Introduction to South African Legislation

• South African Constitution

• NEMA (National Environmental Management Act)

• National Environmental Management Waste Act, as amended (NEM:WA)

• Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993, as amended

• Compilation of OHS Act, certain duties, powers, exemptions and liability

• 50 Sections and 21 Regulations of the Act

• Deming’s cycle of Plan–Do–Check–Act

• Supervisor’s duty:

• Safe System of Work

• Written Safe Work Procedures (WSWP)

• “Vicarious Liability”

• Definitions and terminology contained in the current legislation

• General duties of employers to their employees

• General duties of employers and self-employed persons to persons other than their employees

• General duties of employees at work

• Functions of inspectors

• Special powers of inspectors

• The Difference between Criminal and Civil Liability

• Health and Safety Appointments

• Functions of health and safety representatives

• Functions of health and safety committees

• Minutes of Health and Safety Committee Meetings

• Contractors or Service Providers and contractor responsibilities

• Hazards, Risks, Reporting, Checklists, PPE

• Health and Safety Inspection Checklist

• In any workplace or environment there should be a site plan in place.

• HIRA = Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment

• 3 types of risk assessments

• Kinney Method: Risk scoring/matrix

• Choosing controls

• Risk Control Decision Making Process

• Risk Assessment and controls

• Incident Accident Investigation and Reporting

• Iceberg Theory – The initial cost of an accident is only the tip of what it really

costs you.

• Domino Sequence

• Incident/Accident Analysis Team Kit

• Types of Witnesses

• Report to inspector regarding certain incidents

• Report to chief inspector regarding occupational disease

• Annexure 1

• Compensation vs Disablement

• Incident Investigation Documentation

• Reporting of Injuries / Diseases: Compensation

• Emergency Evacuations Basics

• Procedures for the identification of emergencies are known and followed promptly and correctly

• Limit damage to persons or property in the case of an emergency

• The location of fire extinguishers, hoses and alarms is known

• Generic fire checklist

• Health and Safety Team

• Minimum contents of emergency action plan

• Symbolic Safety Signs

• Posters, Notices & Signs

• Toolbox Talks

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SCAFFOLDING TRAINING
SCAFFOLD ERECTOR

Duration: 1 Day

Entrance: Grade 5

a) CETA Accredited Unit Standard 263245

b) Course Presented by an Experienced and Level 4 CETA Accredited

c) 50/50 Practical and Theoretical Interaction

Description:

• Presentation – Introduction / Components

• Presentation – Foundations / Standards & Tubes / Bracing

• Assembling of Scaffold up to 4m and demonstration of tie options.

• Component and bracing revision

• Questioning about components and bracing to individual delegates.

• First group to build scaffold, assessing each delegate’s competency.

• Second group to build scaffold, assessing each delegate’s competency.

• Debriefing session for all delegates to cover any questions about the components used or any questions about bracing or tying the scaffold.

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SCAFFOLD INSPECTOR

Duration: 1 Day

Entrance: Grade 7

a) CETA Accredited Unit Standard 263205

b) Course Presented by an Experienced and Level 4 CETA Accredited

c) 50/50 Practical and Theoretical Interaction

Description:

• Presentation – Introduction / Components

• Presentation – Foundations / Standards & Tubes / Bracing

• Presentation – Ties

• Presentation – Platforms (Load Calculations)

• Presentation – Access / Mobile Towers / Height Restrictions

• Presentation – Safety Precautions / Inspection

• Practical Session – Control / Responsibilities

• Drawing / Design Study / Test / Course Evaluation

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ASBESTOS
COMPREHENSIVE ASBESTOS

Duration: 1 Day

Entrance: English (read and write)

a) Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety legislative compliance

b) Practical and Theoretical Examinations: Certificates Issued to learners found competent on the outcome of the course.

Description:

• Introduction – Asbestos : the hidden Killer

• Types of Asbestos.

• Potential Sources of Exposure.

• Locations.

• Health Risks

• Assessment regarding Exposure and Air Sampling

• Exposure Limits

• Biological Monitoring

• House Keeping & Personal Safety

• Procedures to ensure safety limit.

• PPE

• Work Plan/Method Statement

• Demolition and Removal

• Asbestos Regulations.

• Registered Asbestos Contractors – The Essential Role they play

• Comprehensive Administrative Controls

• Practical

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ASBESTOS AWARENESS

Duration: 4 Hours

Entrance: English (read and write)

a) Department of Labour and Occupational Health and Safety legislative compliance

b) Practical and Theoretical Examinations: Certificates Issued to learners found competent on the outcome of the course.

Description:

• Introduction – Asbestos : the hidden Killer

• Chrysotile Asbestos.

• Potential Sources of Exposure.

• Locations.

• Health Risks

• Assessment re Exposure and Air Sampling

• Exposure Limits

• Biological Monitoring

• PPE

• Asbestos Regulations.

• Registered Asbestos Contractors – The Essential Role they play

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Contact us

For your health and safety training needs, contact us between 7am and 5pm from Monday to Friday, or use our quick contact and we will get back to you as soon as one of our friendly representatives gets your message.

Tel: 021 941 5010

Fax: 021 946 3367

Email: info@ingozi.co.za

Address: Unit 1, Transnet Park, Robert Sobukwe Road, Bellville, Western Cape, 7530

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