Basic Health and Safety Courses 1

CONFINED SPACE SUPERVISOR TRAINING
OVERVIEW

A confined space entry supervisor should be a competent person with knowledge of confined space activities, hazards, and risk mitigations. As Per QCS 2014 Entry into a confined space will only be permitted where a competent person is appointed to directly supervise the work. The competent person will hold a certificate of training or license that is issued by a 3rd party.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Middle Managers, Line and Supervisory Level.

COURSE BENEFITS/ PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES
COURSE OBJECTIVE
  • Identify permit required and non-permit required confined spaces
  • Awareness about all types of hazards associated with the confined space and controls
  • Understand confined space risk assessment
  • Awareness about the legal requirements of safe operation of confined space
  • Knowledge of responsibilities of an Entry supervisor
  • Identify roles and responsibilities of other categories
  • Awareness about the procedures of permit to work as per QCS2014
  • Understand the details that need to be included in team briefings
  • Awareness about the risk control of atmospheric hazards
  • Identify possible emergency situations and emergency preparedness to overcome the situation
  • Knowledge of required PPE for the confined space
  • Awareness about the requirement of rescue personnel in high risk confined spaces
COURSE OUTLINE
  • Types of Confined Spaces
  • Hazards associated with confined spaces and control measures
  • Risk assessment
  • Practical sessions for Risk assessment
  • The regulations
  • Roles and responsibilities of Entry supervisor, Entrants, and attendants
  • PTW
  • Team briefing
  • Emergencies and preparedness
  • PPE
OVERVIEW

Lock Out and Tag Out is a part of an energy control program to avoid the accidental release of energy during tie-ups with existing systems and maintenance activities. Ref. QCS 2014 Section 10 & 11, Lusail CSMP LOTO, QP LOTO Procedures, etc.

TARGET AUDIENCE
  • Operatives of LOTO
COURSE DETAILS
COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
4 HoursEnglish or HindiGREEN INTERNATIONAL
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required*Re-certification Interval: 2 years
COURSE BENEFITS/ PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES
COURSE OBJECTIVES

After course completion, learners would be able to:

  • Understand the lockout and tag-out system
  • Identify the possible energy sources
  • Understand Energy control programs and procedures
  • Determine when to Lock Out and Tag Out should be used
  • Identify isolation devices and LOTO devices
  • Understand safe removal of LOTO
COURSE OUTLINE
  • Employer and employee responsibilities
  • Management and leadership
  • Benefits of risk control
  • Safe Systems of work
  • Types of energy sources
  • Energy control program
  • Isolation and LOTO
  • Safe re-energization
 
OVERVIEW

Provide workers with the knowledge and skills necessary to work safely and efficiently in directing Heavy Equipment onsite to reduce the risk of death and injury at the workplace.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Anyone responsible for handling movement of vehicles on site

COURSE DETAILS
COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
3-4 HoursEnglishGREEN INTERNATIONAL
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required*Validity: 2 years
COURSE BENEFITS/ PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES
COURSE OBJECTIVES

To ensure that an organization meets its legal requirements and reduces the risk of accidents when carrying out common, but dangerous, reversing maneuvers.

COURSE OUTLINE
  • Introduction
  • Workplace traffic accident
  • Vehicle movement in the workplace
  • Safety precaution when reversing
  • Requirements for Banksman
  • Banksman qualities
  • Hazards and Risk
  • PPE
  • Communication
  • Hand signals for vehicles and cranes
OVERVIEW

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The aims and objectives of the training are to ensure that the delegate gains the required knowledge and understanding of the particular hazards and properties of H2S, and appropriate emergency response actions to take should an H2S related incident arise.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

During the training programme, delegates will be required to demonstrate their skills and understanding of the following key areas.

TARGET AUDIENCE

The H2S training programme is for personnel that is or could be, working in an environment that could become contaminated by H2S gas.

COURSE DETAILS

TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THIS TRAINING DELEGATES MUST BE ABLE TO EXPLAIN

  • Hydrogen Sulphide – how it is formed and where it is found
  • Other names used to describe H2S
  • Properties and characteristics of H2S
  • Parts per million (ppm) as a measurement parameter
  • Occupational exposure limits to H2S
  • Factors affecting individual susceptibility to H2S
  • Types of detector equipment
  • Types of respiratory equipment
  • Pre-use checks of personal detection devices and EBA

TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THIS TRAINING DELEGATES MUST BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE

  • Operating personal H2S detection equipment (including checks)
  • Responding to an alarm
  • Donning & operating (including checks) an escape breathing apparatus (EBA) with a mask within 30 seconds
  • Donning & operating (including checks) an EBA with a hood within 30 seconds
  • Connecting to a pressurized cascade breathing system with an activated EBA which has been donned correctly
  • Disconnecting from a pressurized cascade breathing system with an activated EBA which has been donned correctly.
OVERVIEW

Hand and Power tools shall be operated by a competent person with thorough knowledge of hazards, risk, and risk control measures associated with tools, to avoid accidents at work.

TARGET AUDIENCE
  • Skilled workers,
  • Foremen,
  • Supervisors Etc.
COURSE DETAILS
COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
4 HoursEnglishGREEN INTERNATIONAL
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required*Validity: 2 years
COURSE BENEFITS/ PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES
COURSE OBJECTIVES
  • Identify the safety hazards and risks associated with Hand and Power Tools
  • Know different types of power sources
  • Awareness about control measures while using hand tools
  • Understand to perform a visual inspection on Power tools before use
  • Awareness about the responsibilities of employer and employees
  • Know the precautions of using power tools at elevated areas
  • Know the precaution of using power tools in confined spaces.
  • Understand the reasons for fire and explosions related to power tools
  • Awareness about occupational illness related to Hand and Power Tools
  • Awareness about the appropriate use of PPE
COURSE OUTLINE
  • Different types of hand tools
  • Different types of power tools
  • Electrical hazards, risk and control measures
  • Mechanical hazards, risk and control measures
  • Safe use of fuel-driven, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment
  • Machine guarding
  • Cable and host management
  • Fire and explosion
  • Housekeeping (removal of combustible materials)
  • Occupational illness and control measures
  • PPE

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