Basic Health and Safety Courses 4

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OVERVIEW

This course is to provide participants with the knowledge and practical skills to effectively perform the role and responsibilities of Fire Warden.

The training course standards are paralleled against a variety of standards across the UK industrial codes of practice including, General provisions of The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and other relevant regulations, QCS 2014. The Regulatory reform order 2005.

COURSE AIM

This training course is aimed at nominated personnel who have responsibility for managing others in the event of a fire emergency and may also respond to incidents involving locations within the student’s own company premises. The primary responsibility is for managing the emergency response to fire and the evacuation of premises and may include other related emergencies ensuring the safety of life and reduction of damage to property and business.

The training course will provide them with the skills to ensure their own safety and the safety of others in an emergency situation and in the event of a fire.

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Company Employees
  • General Public

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

On completion of training, the students will show understanding of and be able to demonstrate the following tasks.

Management of fire risks and recognition and reduction of fire-related incidents. Reducing the causes and effects of any fire in company premises. Managing the efficient evacuation of premises in the event of a fire or another related emergency.

The chemistry and causes of fire; extinguishing chemistry and methodology; identification of fire type and selection of suitable and appropriate fire extinguishers.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • The Science and Theory of Fire
  • Legislation & Standards Applicable
  • Stages of Combustion
  • Methods of Fire Spread
  • Types of Hazards Created by Fire
  • Classification of Fire
  • Fire Extinguishers (Types / Classifications / Color Coding Standards / Correct Application, Capabilities and Limitations)
  • Fire Prevention & Fire Protection (Passive & Active Measures)
  • Common Causes of Fire
  • Fire Safety Features Within the Buildings/WorkPlace, Hazard Spotting And Reduction
  • Human Behavior in Fire Situation
  • General Fire Precautions
  • Fire Risk Assessment
  • Fire Evacuation Plan and Conducting of Emergency Evacuation Drills its
  • Implementation (Safe Evacuation Procedures / Actions To Be Done At Assembly Points / Evacuation Procedures For Physically Challenged Etc.)

COURSE SKILL SETS

Skill sets are based on basic training in the following subjects. Building evacuation and accounting for personnel, fire cause and effect reduction, Fire science and chemistry, evacuation, and emergency response.

IEMA Environmental Sustainability Skills for the Workforce

OVERVIEW

The Environmental Sustainability Skills for the Workforce course is perfect for those working in any job role across all sectors, to ensure that environmental sustainability is embedded into all job roles of a company.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is perfect for those working in any job role, across all sectors, to ensure that environmental sustainability is embedded in all job roles of a company.

COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
1 Day (Classroom)ENGLISHIEMA
2 Days (Webinar)*Please notify us if an interpretation is required*Validity :

COURSE BENEFITS/ PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITY

  • No prior environmental knowledge required
  • Practical activities and workshops throughout
  • Can be tailored to suit individual company needs
  • Help ensure all staff have basic environmental awareness to make a positive contribution

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Main environmental risks and opportunities facing organizations.
  • The importance of resource efficiency
  • The impacts of pollution, prevention, control, and legislation
  • The impact of transport
  • Knowing how employees can support environmental sustainability

OVERVIEW

COURSE AIM

DDC courses from the National Safety Council offer the highest rate of success in reducing the number and severity of auto collisions. Recent studies prove that drivers taking DDC 8/6 are involved in 19% fewer collisions than those drivers who have not taken this course. These safety results and their impact on related costs may be why this course is one of the most popular defensive driving courses in the world. Since introducing driver improvement courses in 1964, we have trained more than 65 million drivers worldwide. More businesses, government agencies, training facilities, and driving schools trust NSC for quality driver improvement than any other safety organization.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

DDC 8/6 is a comprehensive defensive driving program with a basic eight-hour curriculum that can be reduced to six hours if required by your training needs. Use this interactive course to give drivers practical knowledge and techniques to avoid collisions and violations. Participants learn to choose safe, responsible, and lawful driving behaviors. The course includes updated statistics, driving tips, and a section that can be customized with local driving conditions and laws, or with specific fleet rules and regulations.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is for experienced licensed drivers; organizations that want a driver improvement course for their employers

PREREQUISITES

Valid Qatar Driving license and Medically fit to drive.

COURSE DETAILS

COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
6 / 8 HoursEnglishNSC (National Safety Council)
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required*Validity: 3 years

COURSE BENEFITS

Experienced licensed drivers, organizations that want a driver improvement course for their fleet or employees, traffic violators who have been ordered to take a driver improvement course by the court or insurance company

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Practical knowledge and techniques to avoid collisions and violations
  • Sensible advice for choosing safe and responsible driving behaviors and habits
  • The importance of occupant safety devices and how to use them correctly
  • Guidance for dealing with difficult driving conditions, distractions, and fatigue
  • Skills to recognize how attitude can help prevent accidents and improve decision making

COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE AIM

This course covers the functions required to undertake Lifting supervisors to meet the minimum formal training and assessment standards for the purposes of certification through Workplace Health and Safety.

TARGET AUDIENCE

The course objective will provide participants with the knowledge in Lifting Supervisor

PREREQUISITE – CANDIDATE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • Minimum secondary level educated or Engineering Degree
  • Should have previous Basic Rigging and Slinging certification(s)
  • Good in English
  • Should be able to do calculations required in lifting operations
  • Should be able to compile lifting plan

COURSE DETAILS

COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
3 DaysEnglish or HindiGREEN INTERNATIONAL
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required*Validity: 3 years

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Introduction to QP Regulations Rev.4
  • Duties and Responsibilities
  • Introduction to LOLER, PUWER, and BS 7121 part 1 – Safe use of cranes
  • Physical components of lifting operation
  • Familiarization with different types of cranes
  • Working with variable capacity mobile cranes
  • Ground bearing pressure/ outrigger loads
  • Crane capacity load charts and ASLI setup
  • Load weight calculations
  • Center of gravity calculationsRigging and lifting terminologies
  • Various rigging methods/ mode factors
  • Load angle factors
  • Rigging problems
  • Working near power lines
  • Man riding using mobile cranes
  • Tandem lifts
  • Hand signals
  • Safety while lifting operation
  • Compiling a lifting plan

Permit to Work Awareness Training

OVERVIEW

Instructions or procedures are adequate for most work activities, but some require extra care. A “permit to work” is a more formal system stating exactly what work is to be done and when, and which parts of the work are safe. Employees undertaking the job sign the permit to show that they understand the risks involved and what precautions are necessary. This Permit to Work Awareness course will enable managers to assess the requirements of a particular job or task and ensure that Permit to Work documentation is completed correctly -and that employees undertaking hazardous activities are competent to do so safely.

TARGET AUDIENCE

All employees participating in a Permit to Work system.

COURSE DETAILS

COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
4 HoursEnglishGREEN INTERNATIONAL
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required*Validity: 2 years

COURSE BENEFITS/ PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES

COURSE OBJECTIVES

A Permit to Work (PTW) system ensures that formal validation and authority are given when hazardous work is to be undertaken. It ensures that all components of the Safe System of Work are established before high-risk work commences, thereby controlling and reducing risk to individuals and the Organization.

By the end of the Permit to Work Course, delegates will have a detailed awareness and understanding of:

  • What is Permit-to-Work SystemTypes of permits
  • When are Permit-to-Work required
  • Essentials of Permit-to-Work systems
  • Permit Authorization and Supervision
  • Harmonizing roles within Permit-to-Work systems
  • Responsibilities

COURSE OUTLINE

INTRODUCTION

  • What is Permit-to-Work System
  • When are Permit-to-Work Systems required

ESSENTIALS OF PERMIT-TO-WORK SYSTEMS

  • Display
  • Hand Back
  • Permit Authorization and Supervision
  • Suspension
  • Permit Interaction
  • Handover

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Employers or duty holders
  • Site or Installation managers (acting as originator, permit authorize or area authority)Contractors’ or Subcontractors’ Management
  • Responsible Authority (Issuing Authority or Area Authority)
  • Supervisor Personnel (acting as Performing Authority or Permit User)
  • Individuals (acting as Permit Issuer, Site Checker, or Isolating Authority)
  • Training and Competence
  • Work Planning and Risk Assessment
  • Monitoring, audit, and review of permit-to-work systems

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17/06/2022, Fri & Sat, 2.00 pm-7.00 pm on Fri & 7.00 pm-10.00 pm on Sat for 36 Hrs

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APHRI

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