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Trainyoucan Training Facility
Durban, KwaZulu-Natal - South Africa

Trainyoucan Training Facility Durban, KwaZulu-Natal - South Africa

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Contact: Ezra Steenkamp

Account Name: Ezra Steenkamp
User Since: 01 Apr 2011
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Trainyoucan Training Facility Durban, KwaZulu-Natal - South Africa


TRAINYOUCAN, together with our contracted partners offer professional training products and accredited training programmes and services through various SETA’s.
Level 3, 206 Matthews Meyiwa Rd (Stamford Hill Road), Morningside, Durban, 4001, Kwazulu Natal
PO Box 70085, Overport, 4067, Kwazulu Natal
Ezra Cell 0825507946 | Francko Cell 0716406704 | Tel –031-312-7019 | Fax 0865824312

Name: OHS Employee Training

Training venue: Durban and Johannesburg

Accredited: Programme not SETA Accredited – Unit Standard Aligned Cost: Refer to Training Calendar

Entry Requirement: -Learners required being on a basic NQF level1, Numeric and Literacy level
-Minimum experience of 14 days in workplace.
-No other experience required for entry level.

Target Group: -General Staff-Supervisors -Junior Managment

Duration: Day 1 – Theoretical LearningIncorporating 70% Practical and 30 Theoretical skills in the facilitation style.
Certification: - Certificate of Attendance – on completion of the course.
Learner Material: Learners will receive the following learning materials:- Learners guide
- Additional resources – where required.
Assessment Strategy: Learners are required to apply skills and knowledge obtained on the course in the workplace. The facilitator will incorporate 70% practicality by means of examples, activities and role-plays.
Learning Outcomes: 1 – Introduction to OHS Safety
2 – The act and Regulations
3 – Department of Labour
4 – General duties of employers towards workers
5 – General duties of the workers
6 – Rights of the worker
7 – Health and safety Representatives
8 – OHS Committee
9 – Organisitional Policy
10 – Implementation of Safety Procedures in the workplace
11 – Securing Hazards
12 – Incidents Procedures
13 – Incidents Investigations
14 – Incident Role Players
18 – Drawing an evacuation plan
19 – Implementing the Evacuation Plan
20 – Emergency Contact List
21 – When to contact the Emergency Department?
Section 17 of the Occupational Health & Safety Act of 1993 states:
At least 1 Safety Representative for every 20 employees at each designated workplace.
Employers have a Moral & Legal obligation to prove that their Company is actively participating in the Implementation & Enforcement of Occupational Health and Safety.
Do you foresee potential danger?
Do you take action to eliminate potential danger? IF NOT – THIS IS INDUSTRIAL BLINDNESS!!
OSH Act requires that all Employees are competent – Especially Appointees.
Ineffective appointments will result in Legislation Contravention which could result in negligence on the Company’s part.
Who should attend?
• Chief Executive Officers
• Environmental Health and Safety Practitioners
• OHS Co-ordinator
• Regulatory Personnel
• OHS Representatives
• Maintenance Engineers
• Supervisors

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