Basic Health and Safety Courses 5

Chemical Handling Awareness with COSHH

INTRODUCTION

The aim of this training is to provide awareness on chemical hazards, improvements in their identification and communication, such as the classification of chemicals and preparations, their clear labeling, and understandable safety data sheets.

This course also ensures that hazards of all chemicals produced or imported are classified and that information concerning the classified hazards is transmitted to employers and employees. Chemicals are the most common and significant health hazards. All hazards must be taken into account when using and storing chemicals.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This is intended for individuals or employees who work with hazardous chemicals.

COURSE DETAILS
COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
4 HoursEnglish or HindiGREEN INTERNATIONAL
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required *Validity: No Expiry

COURSE OUTLINE

LEARNING OUTCOMES

To successfully complete this module delegates must be able to demonstrate an understanding of:

  • What are hazardous substances
  • Hazardous substances which are not under COSHH
  • Types of hazardous substances & Routes of entry
  • Various health hazards of hazardous substances
  • Safety data sheet management
  • Spill management and prevention
  • How to respond in an event of a spill
  • Clean up action of spillages
  • First aid treatment
  • Safe chemical storage and handling
  • Golden rules for the chemicals
  • Personal protection equipment (PPE)
  • Summary

OVERVIEW

The primary objective of the Safety Officer and Coordinator Course is to provide an entry-level awareness course for those new to the coordination of health and safety. The programme will give participants an understanding of the key areas of occupational health and safety Occupational Health and Safety legislation and guidance. The programme runs over three consecutive days. There are a number of activities and case studies as part of the course to ensure that the key knowledge and skills are practiced. This course covers topics to provide necessary skills and knowledge about various hazards, legal requirements need to comply, how to conduct a risk assessment and implement control measures to prevent accidents and injuries from happening. This course covers basic first aid certification which is also an additional benefit for the participants.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Those who have recently been assigned coordination of health and safety as part of their existing role within the organization, in particular HR officers/advisors, managers, supervisors, or employees new to occupational health and safety.

COURSE DETAILS

COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
3 DaysENGLISHIIRSM
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required*Validity: 3 Years
COURSE BENEFITS/ PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES

COURSE OBJECTIVES

On successful completion of this course, delegates will be able to:

  • Identify the strengths and weaknesses of their organization’s safety statement
  • Identify the core contents, arrangements, resources, roles, and responsibilities required to manage health and safety
  • Identify the necessary policies and administrative controls required to manage their health, safety, and fire risks
  • Coordinate the completion of risk assessments of work activities
  • Identify common hazards and risks in the workplace
  • Identify sources of guidance and advice on health and safety Coordinate the investigation of accidents, prepare reports.
  • To carry out the duties of a basic first aider

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Day 1 – Health and Safety Management System
  • Day 2 – Work Site Hazards and Controls
  • Day 3 – Basic Fire Fighting and Basic First Aid

OVERVIEW

COURSE AIM

As part of the operation, maintenance, and development of a road network it is necessary to create work zones, temporary closures, manage incidents and other planned and unplanned events. It is therefore important to plan all work activities to optimize road safety, road space, and work efficiency whilst minimizing congestion, delay, and inconvenience for all users. This course covers all the requirements to develop and implement a traffic diversion plan (TDP) to be prepared as per the Qatar Work Zone Traffic Management Guide (WZTMG).

TARGET AUDIENCE

REQUIREMENTS (MINIMUM ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS)

  • Knowledge of Road Work Safety Concepts
  • Knowledge in Road traffic systems and management which may include traffic management, emergency
    service management, fleet management, road transport design, incident investigation, and reporting.

COURSE DETAILS

COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
 1 DayEnglishGREEN INTERNATIONAL
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required 

COURSE BENEFITS/ PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES

COURSE OBJECTIVES

On completion delegates should be able to:

  • Gain the skills to plan, implement, and monitor Traffic management guidance applicable in the State of Qatar.
  • Identify the purpose and benefits of the effective implementation of WZTMS.
  • Explain the role of a responsible person and their duties in various stages of WZTMS.

COURSE OUTLINE

On completion participants will be able to:

Define the principle requirements of Work Zone Traffic Management and explain how to classify works according to the activity, road type, and work or event duration.

  • Explain detailed processes in planning, implementation, monitoring, and decommissioning Work Zone Traffic Management
  • Implement Work Zone safety principles effectively
  • Explain different Traffic Control devices and their effective use.
  • Identify applicable sample layout plans as per their work areas.

TRAINING AIDS USED

  • Multimedia projector for PowerPoint presentations
  • Whiteboard and marker pens

INTRODUCTION

The aim of this training is to provide awareness on chemical hazards, improvements in their identification and communication, such as the classification of chemicals and preparations, their clear labeling, and understandable safety data sheets. This course also ensures that hazards of all chemicals produced or imported are classified and that information concerning the classified hazards is transmitted to employers and employees. Chemicals are the most common and significant health hazards. All hazards must be taken into account when using and storing chemicals.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This is intended for individuals or employees who work with hazardous chemicals.

COURSE DETAILS

COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
4 HoursEnglish or Hindi GREEN INTERNATIONAL
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required *Validity: No Expiry

COURSE OUTLINE

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • What is a Chemical?
  • Hazards of the chemicals
  • Physical classification of chemicals
  • Toxic substances health hazards
  • Various health hazards of chemicals
  • SDS management awareness
  • Awareness of the national fire protection association (NFPA)
  • Spill management and prevention
  • How to respond in an event of a spill
  • Clean up the action of spillage
  • First aid treatment
  • Safe chemical storage and handling
  • Golden rules for the chemicals
  • ·         Personal protection equipment (PPE)

To successfully complete this module delegates must be able to demonstrate an understanding of:

ASSESSMENT

Written Assessment

Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)

OVERVIEW

Our SCBA training course is designed for workers who may need to work in an IDLH atmosphere in the workplace or be part of the company rescue team. To provide participants greater awareness and profound understanding for the practical use of SCBA, especially for all personnel who are at risk in H2S and other toxic gas exposure at work or insufficient oxygen levels in a confined space.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Our SCBA training course is designed for workers who may need to work in an IDLH atmosphere in the workplace or be part of the company rescue team.

PREREQUISITES

The candidate shall be physically able to carry out procedures detailed in the course outline and must attend all the sessions to be eligible for assessment.

COURSE DETAILS

COURSE DURATIONLANGUAGECERTIFICATE
2  HoursEnglish‘SCBA’ ID card as per the standards set after training completion, with a minimum of 60% final exam score.
 *Please notify us if an interpretation is required*Validity: 2 years

COURSE BENEFITS/ PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES

OBJECTIVES

During the course, the participants will gain an understanding of the practical use of SCBA, especially for all personnel who are at risk in H2S and other toxic gas exposure at work or insufficient oxygen levels in a confined space. This training also covers the proper donning and doffing of SCBA, its pre-use check, maintenance/storage, and what to do in rescue operations.

This course is taught by highly experienced instructors & the trainees will learn:

  • Breathing apparatus, different types, and IDLH atmosphere
  • SCBA parts/composition and working duration computation
  • SCBA Pre-use check
  • SCBA Donning and Doffing procedure
  • SCBA After use inspection and storage
  • When to stop searching during the rescue operation

COURSE OUTLINE

The program focuses on:

  • Introduction to Breathing apparatus and IDLH atmosphere
  • Different types of breathing apparatus in the industry
  • SCBA – types, parts and composition, working duration computation and factors, pre-donning check, donning and doffing procedure, and after use inspection and storage
  • Know when to stop searching during rescue operations

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