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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
0825507946

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

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TRAINYOUCAN, together with our contracted partners offer professional training products and accredited training programmes and services through various SETA’s.

www.trainyoucan.co.za
www.kznfootprints.co.za
www.elearningskills.co.za
info@trainyoucan.co.za
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?
LEGISLATED COMPLIANCY
Section 17 of the Occupational Health & Safety Act of 1993 states:
At least 1 Safety Representative for every 20 employees at each designated workplace.
FAILURE TO COMPLY
COULD LEAD TO PROSECUTION
Employers have a Moral & Legal obligation to prove that their Company is actively participating in the Implementation & Enforcement of Occupational Health and Safety.
PASSIVE INVOLVEMENT WOULD NOT SUPPORT ANY LEGAL CLAIM.
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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