INDUCTION & AWARENESS

Induction Training

Customized Eight Hour (O)SHLEFQ Induction
•    Customized eight hour (O)SHLEFQ induction. The selection of the topics below is recommended as guideline.
•    The Induction include graphics on all topics, continues assessment as well as a commitment declaration to be completed by the employee.

OSHEQ Understanding: What is OSHEQ?, What is Occupational? What is Safety?, What is Health & Occupational Illness?, What is Occupational Safety and Health?, What is Environment?. What is Quality? Occupational Safety and Health Law, Incidents and Accidents, Occupational Illness, Compensation for Injuries & Illness.

OSHEQ Background: A Few Facts, Why Accidents? The Basic Safety Philosophy for Success, The Benefits of Good OSHEQ, The Cost of Poor OSHEQ, The Purpose of SHE Compliance, Influences on Safety & Health, Frequency of Accidents, Injuries - A Matter of Probabilities, The Real Cost of Accidents.

OSHEQ Responsibilities: Employer, Managers and Supervisors, Employees, Operators, Safety Officer, Safety Representatives, Safety Committee, Persons other than Employees, Contractors, Designers, Manufacturers and Suppliers.

OSHEQ Commitment & Impacts: Our most Valuable Asset, OSHEQ Commitment, Duty of Care, It Affects Everyone – Get Involved, People Think It Does Not Concern Them, Personal Factors, Job Factors, Unsafe Acts, Unsafe Conditions, Zero Tolerance.

Policies, Procedures & Rules: Safety and Health Policy, Drug and Alcohol Policy, Smoking Policy, Our Ten Commandments of Safety, Our Ten Commandments of Good Safety Habits, Our Golden Safety Rules, Safe Work Instructions, Safe Work Procedures, Instruction Manuals, Material Safety Data Sheets – MSDS.

Risk Management: What is a Hazard? What is a Risk? What are Consequences?, What are Control Measures?, Hazard Identification, Job Safety Analysis, Risk Assessment, Risk Rating, Elimination, Substitution & Isolation, Engineering, Administration & PPE.

Emergency Preparedness: Emergency Management, Emergency Procedures, Evacuation Plan & Drills, Emergency Evacuation Procedures, Emergency Alarm & Detection, Fire Equipment & Training, Use of Fire Extinguishers, Fire Prevention, First Aid Equipment & Training, Emergency Numbers.

Key Control Measures - Part 1: Access, Entry, Health Monitoring, Objectives, Targets & Improvement, Training, Awareness, Incident Reporting & Investigation, Inspections & Audits, Contractor & Visitor Management, Security, Stock Control & Insurance, Guarding, Isolation.

Key Control Measures - Part 2: Quality Management, Environmental Protection, Waste Management, Consultation & Communication, Accessibility, Checklists, Appointments, Welfare Facilities & Arrangements, Rails, Emergency Stop Devices.

Basic Control Measures: Housekeeping, Hygiene, Maintenance, Demarcations, Labelling, Stacking & Storage, Colour Coding, Personal Hygiene, Resource Conservation, Resources & Records.

PPE & Signs: Hearing Protecting, Respiratory Protection, Foot, Head, Hand, Face & Eye Protection, Body & Fall Protection, Mandatory Signs, Prohibition Signs, Warning Signs, Safe Condition Signs, Fire Equipment Signs, Hazardous Substance Signs.

Our Ten Catastrophic Risks: Ammonia, Confined Spaces, Electrical Equipment, Fall from Heights, Fire & Explosion, Hazardous Chemicals, Machinery, Manual - Material Handling, Mobile Equipment, Transport.

Our Top Ten Serious Risks: Alcohol and Drugs, Cold Environments, Gas & Ventilation, Hot Work – Areas, Ladder Safety, Lifting Safety, Noise, Power Tools, Slips and Falls, Trips and Falls.

Our Other Serious Risks: Compressed Air, Cutting Hazards, Dust & Fumes, Ergonomics, Hand Safety, Hand Tools, Jewelry Hazards, Office Safety, Pressurized Equipment, Working Environment Hazards.

Work Ethics: Ownership, Discipline, Honesty, Attendance & Punctuality, Acceptance of Authority & Respect, Hard Working & Productivity, Dedication & Commitment, Attitude, Self-Management & Reliability, Responsibility & Accountability.

Customized One-Four Hour (O)SHLEFQ Induction

•    Customized one-four-hour (O)SHLEFQ induction. The selection of the topics from the eight-hour (O)SHLEFQ induction is recommended as guideline.
•    The Induction include graphics on all topics, continues assessment as well as a commitment declaration to be completed by the employee.

 

Awareness Training

Communicating Safety in the Office

General Information:


Sometimes, personnel don’t go to the trouble of speaking out about hazards in the workplace. Complacency can set in; either because personnel feel that dangers in the office are obvious, or because safety is taken for granted.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Safety and Communication
•    Communication Methods
•    Communicating Hazards 
•    Evaluating Hazards
•    Case Studies
•    Summary


Confined Space (Atmosphere Testing)

General Information:


80% of all confined space fatalities are a result of hazardous atmospheres. Many of these fatalities occur because gas detectors were not used to test the atmosphere or if used hazards were missed or underestimated.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Atmosphere Testing
•    Oxygen Levels
•    Flammability
•    Toxicity
•    Common Testing Problems
•    Testing Procedures
•    Summary

 

Confined Space Safety Essentials

General Information:


This programme provides trainees with the fundamentals of confined space safety. It is ideal for trainees and employees at all levels and reinforces safe work practices and an understanding of the variety of deadly hazards inherent in working in a confined space.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Confined Spaces
•    The Entry Permit System
•    Confined Space Hazards
•    Oxygen Deficient Atmospheres
•    Flammable Atmospheres
•    Toxic Atmospheres
•    Configuration Hazards 
•    Safe Work Procedures
•    Atmosphere Testing
•    Purging and Ventilation
•    Personal Protective Equipment
•    Respiratory Protective Equipment


Fundamentals for Construction Safety

General Information:


Construction: Fundamentals for safety is an excellent resource for site inductions and refresher training for all levels of construction work.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Risk Assessment 
•    Knowing Your Workplace
•    Electricity
•    Fire
•    Housekeeping
•    Working at Height
•    Excavations
•    Summary


Managing Construction Hazards and Risks

General Information:


Construction site hazards are numerous and complacency towards these hazards is a leading factor in most work accidents.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Public Safety
•    The Elements
•    Manual Handling
•    Personal Protective Equipment
•    Noise
•    Hazardous Materials
•    Tools and Vibration
•    Mobile Plant and Equipment
•    Summary

 

Construction Safety Essentials
    
General Information:


Construction sites account for a large proportion of workplace injuries. Poor training, inappropriate work methods, careless behaviour and inattentiveness are just some of the reasons why so many injuries and accidents occur.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Know Your Workplace
•    Housekeeping
•    Working at Height
•    Electricity
•    Fire
•    Plant, Tools & Equipment
•    Personal Protective Equipment
•    Hazardous Materials
•    Excavations
•    Confined Spaces
•    The Elements
•    Manual Handling
•    Public Safety
•    Summary


COVID-19 Awareness

General Information:


This programme aim at the new coronavirus is officially called SARS-CoV-2, which stands for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. An infection with this virus can lead to coronavirus disease 19, or COVID-19.    
Topics Covered:


•    Wash your hands frequently and carefully
•    Avoid touching your face
•    Stop shaking hands and hugging people
•    Do not share personal items
•    Cover your mouth and nose when you cough and sneeze
•    Clean and disinfect surfaces
•    Take physical (social) distancing seriously 
•    Do not gather in groups
•    Avoid eating or drinking in public places
•    Wash fresh groceries
•    Wear a (homemade) mask
•    Self-quarantine if sick


Cranes Hoists and Slings
    
General Information:


This programme reinforces safety procedures for crane, sling and hoist operators and is a useful aid for employees, contractors & supervisors. Learn how to work the safe way & reduce the risk of damage.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Cranes and Hoists
•    Assess Your Site
•    Pre-Operational Checks
•    Operational Checks
•    Assessing the Load
•    Chains
•    Flat Webbing and Round Slings
•    Lifting Procedures
•    Summary


Crane Safety (Overhead)
    
General Information:


This presentation deals with overhead cranes which are either cabin controlled, or pedestrian controlled. The presentation analyses the important safety issues which relate to overhead cranes. This presentation is produced in an interactive format to make training more involved and informative.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Regulations & Licensing
•    Pre-Operation Checks
•    Plan Work
•    Slinging Practices
•    Operating Procedures
•    Signalling
•    Shutdown Procedures
•    Summary


Driver Fatigue Management

General Information:


Fatigue is the major cause of fatal road accidents, and costs business and the community millions each year. The risk of harm from fatigue to the driver's safety, health, environment and quality  must be identified, assessed and eliminated or controlled.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Causes of Fatigue
•    Fatigue and Performance
•    Your Body Clock
•    Fatigue Management
•    Health Management
•    Summary


Driving (Safe) for Work: Best Practice

General Information:


Whether you are an employer or employee, a good many of us will use vehicles in our day-to-day lives. So much so, it can be easy to forget how much of a danger vehicle can be to ourselves, and the workplace. Crashes, confrontations, fines, severe injuries, termination, jail time and even death, are all potential risks you could encounter, if not adopting the proper attitude behind the wheel. This presentation will demonstrate how to avoid such mistakes and is suitable for personnel at all levels who use vehicles in the workplace.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Driving Basics and Safety 
•    Driver Distractions
•    Safe Braking
•    Drugs, Alcohol & Fatigue
•    Workplace Cars & Parking
•    Road Rage
•    Review


Drug & Alcohol Awareness

General Information:


From over-the-counter medicines to illicit substances, drug and alcohol misuse accounts for a staggering proportion of deaths, illness and injuries in the workplace and the broader community, costing billions every year.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction 
•    Alcohol
•    Pharmaceuticals and herbal preparations
•    Illicit drugs
•    Workplace policy
•    Summary


Electrical Safety Essentials

General Information:


Electricity is one of nature’s most powerful, most useful, and one of its most dangerous forces. Because we use electricity safely all the time, it is easy to take for granted just how dangerous it can be.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Electricity and the Human Body
•    Electricity: General Principles
•    Electrical Equipment
•    Electrical Hazards
•    Working with Electricity
•    Protection, Isolation & Testing
•    Overhead, Underground & Hidden Electricity
•    Summary


Environmental Awareness (Workplace)

General Information: 


In today’s world, environmental management, energy efficiency and waste reduction have become synonymous with business success.


This programme includes topics on current environmental issues such as energy efficiency, carbon footprints and e-waste. It also showcases real-world examples of environmentally friendly work practices in action.


Workplace Environmental Awareness is a must-have training tool for inspiring change, reinforcing established practice, and for creating a positive platform for discussion.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction & your environmental impact
•    Understanding your carbon footprint
•    The benefits of environmental awareness
•    What can you do?
•    Energy efficiency
•    Sustainable water use
•    Reducing air pollution
•    Waste & hazardous waste management


Ergonomic Essentials for the Office

General Information:


Safety, health, environment and quality  Research indicates poor ergonomics costs organisations and the community millions per year. An employee only needs to injure themselves on one occasion and they could have problems for the rest of their life.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Case Studies
•    Adjusting Your Workstation
•    Chair
•    Monitor
•    Desk
•    Keyboard & Mouse
•    Phones & Laptops
•    Posture, Movement and Stretching
•    Review 


Ergonomics (Industrial)

General Information:


Good ergonomics in the workplace enables workers to do their job efficiently while poor ergonomics can expose personnel to the risk of injury and ill health.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Common Injuries
•    Posture
•    Back & Neck
•    Arms & Shoulders
•    Hands & Wrists
•    Legs & Feet
•    Repetitive Actions
•    Excessive Force
•    Weight & Nature of Objects
•    Ergonomics at Home
•    Summary


Eye Safety at Work (Understanding)    


General Information:


It's extraordinary that thousands of workers suffer eye injuries in the workplace each year, and how easily these accidents could be avoided. This training title covers all aspects of eye safety. Included are 6 interactive case studies recreating the most common types of eye injuries at work. An action-packed training title that will ensure everyone at understands the importance of eye safety.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Case Studies
•    It Could Happen to You!
•    Hierarchy of Control
•    Personal Protective Equipment
•    Emergency Response
•    Summary


Fire Prevention and Response (Office)

General Information:


This presentation training course features practical methods for minimising the risk of fires starting and spreading and is designed to engage trainees through dramatic re-enactments of first response and emergency evacuation scenarios. Fire can strike when you least expect it, so it is vital that all personnel are trained and up to date with your organisation’s fire safety and evacuation procedures.  
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    A lesson from history
•    Fire response
•    Fire extinguishers
•    Fire prevention
•    Risk assessment
•    Evacuation (including fire wardens)
•    Summary

Fire Prevention and Response (Workplace)

General Information:


Fires have the potential to cause death, severe injury and major losses for businesses and the community. This presentation training course features practical methods for minimising the risk of fires starting and spreading, and is designed to engage trainees through dramatic re-enactments of first response and emergency evacuation scenarios.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Fire facts
•    Know your enemy
•    Risk Assessment
•    Fire prevention
•    Fire response
•    Fire extinguishers
•    Evacuation (including fire wardens)
•    Summary


Fire Safety for Industry

General Information:


The consequences of a fire at your workplace can be devastating and result in a large loss of life and damage to property. An organisation can minimise the risk and spread of fire by planning for a fire emergency.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    The Nature of Fire
•    Risk Assessment
•    Common Fire Hazards
•    Facing the Fire
•    Extinguishing the Fire
•    Fire Marshals
•    Evacuation
•    Summary

Fire Safety (Office Building - High Rise)

General Information:


Fires can occur in high rise office buildings and the consequences can be devastating. An office fire can spread quickly, resulting in a large loss of life and damage to property. In this programme the appropriate procedures for minimising the risk of fire and the responses to a fire emergency are examined.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Fire Detection
•    Fire Risk Assessment
•    Facing the Fire
•    Extinguishing the Fire
•    Fire Marshals
•    Evacuation


Fire Safety (Office Building - Low Rise)

General Information: 


An office fire can spread quickly, resulting in a large loss of life and damage to property. An organisation can minimise the risk and spread of fire by planning for a fire emergency. An office fire can spread quickly, resulting in a large loss of life and damage to property. An organisation can minimise the risk and spread of fire by planning for a fire emergency.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Fire Detection
•    Fire Risk Assessment
•    Facing the Fire
•    Extinguishing the Fire
•    Fire Marshals
•    Evacuation

Forklift Safety Essentials

General Information:


The A-Z of Forklift Safety with graphic recreations of common accidents by professional stunt men. Emphasis is placed on pedestrian safety.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Checking for Safety
•    Travelling & Traffic Controls
•    The Operating Environment
•    Lifting & Moving Loads
•    Forklift Attachments
•    Parking the Forklift
•    Refuelling & Recharging
•    Summary


Forklift Stability Essentials

General Information:


Every year people are injured and killed in incidents involving forklifts. Forklift stability is a major factor in many accidents.     
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    The Stability Triangle
•    Longitudinal Stability
•    Lateral Stability
•    Load Capacity
•    Dynamic Stability
•    The Working Environment
•    Forklift Tip-over Procedures
•    Summary

Grinding Safety (Off Hand)    

General Information:


Bench and pedestal grinders are some of the most commonly used machines in industry today. When unsafe work procedures are applied to the use of abrasive wheels and bench grinders, the results can be extremely dangerous. Life threatening injuries can occur when abrasive wheels’ shatter into dangerous projectiles due to incorrect wheel selection, use of damaged wheels or incorrect grinding procedures.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Handling & Storage of Wheels
•    Selection & Types of Abrasive Wheels
•    Wheel Inspection
•    Mounting the Wheel
•    Personal Protective Equipment
•    Preparing Grinders & Wheels for Use
•    Safe Grinding Procedures
•    Summary

Hand Arm Vibration

General Information:


Over the past three decades’ reports of the condition known as ‘Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome’ have increased at an alarming rate. This condition commonly includes painful and potentially debilitating injury to the fingers, known as ‘white finger’.    

Topics Covered: 


•    Introduction
•    What is White Finger?
•    Symptoms
•    Causes
•    Controlling the Risk
•    Tools
•    Managing White Finger
•    Education
•    Summary


Hand Awareness

General Information:


Accidents to hands and fingers are the most common type of work injury. Cuts, abrasions, burns, amputations - the trauma and disability which flows from such accidents can impact significantly on production and morale.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Safe Machine Use
•    Grip Right
•    Gloves
•    Hand Tools
•    Carrying and Stacking
•    Summary


Hazardous Substances Safety Essentials

General Information:


Hazardous Substances are common in many workplaces. Unsafe contact with them can result in injuries both minor and major, both temporary and permanent.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Identifying Hazardous Substances
•    Common Hazards
•    The Hierarchy of Control
•    Personal Protective Equipment
•    Storage and Disposal
•    Emergency Response
•    Case Studies
•    Summary

 

Health and Hygiene Essentials for Industry

General Information:


Health and hygiene at work means preserving and promoting the health of both you and your co-workers. The consequences of poor health and hygiene practices in the office can result in the spread of infectious diseases and increased sick days for personnel.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    How Infections Spread
•    Infectious Diseases
•    Cleanliness at Work
•    Personal Hygiene
•    Food Hygiene
•    Health & Fitness
•    Food for Health
•    Summary


Health and Hygiene Essentials for the Office

General Information:


Health and hygiene at work means preserving and promoting the health of both you and your co-workers. The consequences of poor health and hygiene practices in the office can result in the spread of infectious diseases and increased sick days for personnel.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    How Infections Spread
•    Infectious Diseases
•    Cleanliness at Work
•    Personal Hygiene
•    Food Hygiene
•    Health & Fitness
•    Food for Health
•    Summary

Height Safety Essentials
    
General Information:


Falls from height are the biggest single killer in the workplace and one of the main causes of major injuries.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Case Studies
•    Risk Assessment
•    Scaffolds
•    Fall Arrest Systems
•    Ladders
•    Elevated Work Platforms
•    Summary


HIV Aids Awareness

General Information:


The aim of the HIV/AIDS Awareness Programme is to empower and increase the awareness to participants of HIV/AIDS, its impact, management and availability of support systems. This is to encourage early testing and lifestyle changes that will thereby reduce and prevent further infection.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    What are HIV and AIDS?
•    How is HIV Transmitted?
•    Who is at Risk for HIV?
•    Symptoms of HIV
•    HIV Aids Prevention
•    Summary


Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP) Safety Essentials    


General Information:


Working at height with heavy machinery is one of the most high-risk tasks in the workplace. Every year, hundreds of people die or are severely injured due to accidents involving MEWPs. MEWP Safety Essentials highlights the key issues governing the safe use of mobile elevating work platforms. Included is a real-life news story covering a horrific MEWP accident.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Case study
•    MEWP selection
•    MEWP hazards
•    Safe work practices
•    MEWP stability
•    Pre-operational checks
•    Before you work
•    Summary


Leadership: Being Proactive in Safety
    

General Information:


Individual attitudes to workplace safety, health, environment and quality  are a significant, but often, overlooked factor in workplace accidents. Leadership in safety means being proactive in controlling risks and always looking out for the safety of oneself and of others.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Key attitudes to safety
•    The hierarchy of risk controls
•    Leading by example
•    The chain of safety leadership
•    Formal processes: Where do I fit in?"
•    Summary


Leadership Skills (Office)

General Information:


This title provides an understanding of leadership skills, the varying styles of leadership and leadership techniques. This program is designed to assist managers & team leaders understand the qualities that make a leader, the impact of leadership on employee motivation & the importance of leadership skills to an organisation’s success.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    What makes a leader?
•    Leadership Styles
•    Developing Leadership Skills
•    Successful Leadership
•    Leadership Scenarios
•    Summary


Leading the Way - Skills for Supervisors
    
General Information:


This programme covers everyday challenges facing supervisors, such as providing performance feedback & discipline in a productive manner, the importance of goal setting & follow up & how to build credibility as a leader.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Leading Effectively
•    Building the Team
•    Communication Skills
•    Focusing on Safety
•    Managing Your Time"
•    Summary


Lockout / Tag-out - Making it Safe

General Information:


A simple maintenance task can become a life-threatening activity when working on operational equipment. Isolation procedures, often called ‘Lockout / Tag-out’, are designed to prevent equipment from activating during maintenance and servicing.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    General Principles
•    Key Steps to Isolation
•    Restrictive Devices
•    Tag-outs
•    Group Lockout/Tag-out
•    Multiple Energy Sources
•    Hidden Energy
•    Electrical Equipment - Case Study
•    Mechanical Equipment - Case Study
•    Key Steps to Restart
•    Summary


Managing Change

General Information:


Changes in the workplace are inevitable for organisations all over the world. Whether it's social, economic or technological causes, managing change correctly is vital step in moving your organisation forward, faster. Organisations must seek change opportunities in order to remain successful. Managers and employees need to be prepared for change in order to stay ahead of the competition. This presentation will help you and your organisation achieve your change goals.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Understanding Change
•    Planning Change
•    Managing the Change
•    Sustaining Change"
•    Summary

Manual Handling for Industry
 
General Information: 


Unsafe manual handling is the most common cause of work related injuries. These injuries can cause personal suffering and loss of income, and also cost businesses and national economies.
Injuries that arise from hazardous manual handling are commonly known as musculoskeletal disorders or MSDs.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Manual Handling Injuries
•    Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDS’s)
•    How Your Back Works
•    It could happen to you!
•    Manual Handling Risk Factors
•    Manual Handling Case Studies
•    Principles of Safe Manual Handling"
•    Summary 


Manual Handling (Office)
    
General Information:


Research indicates that unsafe manual handling is the most common cause of work related injuries in the office. These injuries cause personal suffering and loss of income and also cost businesses and national economies.

Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Manual Handling Injuries
•    Musculoskeletal Disorders
•    How Your Back Works
•    It could happen to you!
•    Manual Handling Risk Factors
•    9 Case Studies
•    Principles of Safe Manual Handling
•    Summary


Manual Handling (Retail)
    
General Information:


Manual Handling injuries account for the vast majority of workplace injuries. Targeted at retail employees, this presentation contains new information on risk analysis and assessing the load, in compliance with the latest guidelines. The service and retail sectors offer a wide range of jobs in shops, restaurants, offices, distribution and entertainment. Many are physically demanding, and workers in these sectors are particularly at risk from back and upper limb disorders.       
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    The Spine
•    Reasons for Muscular Skeletal Disorder
•    Risk Assessment
•    Correct Manual Handling Techniques
•    Back Exercises
•    Summary


Manual Handling (Warehouse)
    
General Information:


Unsafe manual handling is the most common cause of work related injuries. These injuries cause personal suffering and loss of income, and also cost businesses and national economies. Manual handling is any activity involving the use of muscular force (or effort) to lift, move, push, pull, carry, hold, throw or restrain any object. It covers more than lifting heavy weights and affects more than the back. 
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Musculoskeletal Disorders
•    It Could Happen to You!
•    Manual Handling Risk Factors
•    Principles of Safe Manual Handling
•    Summary


Meetings (How to Run it Successful)

General Information:


Successful meetings produce results that enable organisations to progress and grow. Unless properly planned and executed, meetings can be a terrible waste of precious resources.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Planning a Meeting
•    Meeting Set Up
•    Running a Meeting
•    Meeting Follow Up
•    Summary


Noise and Hearing Loss Prevention
    
General Information: 


Noise in the workplace accounts for the vast majority of noise induced hearing loss in the community. Hearing loss usually occurs gradually, over years, and it’s mostly painless, so by the time the damage is done, it is too late. While there is no cure for hearing loss, it can be prevented by proactively managing exposure to hazardous noise levels. based on the harmonised Work Safety, health, environment and quality  Regulations and Codes of Practice, this training resource is suitable for personnel at all levels and reinforces the fundamental concepts that underpin all successful noise management programmes.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Understanding How Sound Works
•    Hearing Loss and Health Effects
•    Hazardous Noise
•    Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
•    Reducing Noise
•    Personal Hearing Protection
•    Proper Use of PPE
•    Audiometric Testing
•    Summary


Noise Safety Essentials
    
General Information:


Having an effective Noise Control programme is a vital part of most companies’ health & safety programmes. Key aspects of such a programme are examined & guidance on noise reduction methods is given in this programme. It is important for your personnel to understand the basic characteristics of noise and how your ear handles sound. These aspects are covered in detail in this programme.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Noise & When Is Noise Dangerous?
•    Noise Control Programme
•    Reducing Noise Exposure
•    Ear Protection
•    Maintenance & Storage
•    Hearing at Home & at Play
•    Summary

 

Performance & Wellbeing: For Managers
    
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There is an array of factors that can accumulate stress and burnout in your workplace. Organisational change, higher demand with workloads, high competition, a lack of communication and overall interpersonal conflict between staff. Whatever the factor, stress and burnout will create undesired outcomes in worker performance, safety, morale, retention, health and absenteeism. Such outcomes can put serious strain on your staff and your organisation.  This program aims to help diminish the potential for stress amongst your staff and prevent them from experiencing burnout in their working life.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Common Causes of Stress
•    Stress in the Workplace
•    Stress Management
•    Causes of Staff Burnout
•    Signs of Burnout & Recovering from Burnout
•    Preventing Stress and Burnout
•    Risk Assessment and Legal Implications
•    Summary


Powered Hand Tools Effectiveness & Safe Operation    

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There is no doubt that powered hand tools make our working lives easier. So much so, that they can be easily taken for granted. Despite these advantages, bad work practices, such as rushing, taking short cuts, and a general lack of knowhow, can quickly turn those advantages into disasters. This presentation will demonstrate how to avoid such mistakes, and is suitable for personnel at all levels who use Powered Hand Tools in their workplace.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Electric and Battery Hand Tools
•    Tool Safety and Risks
•    Personal Protective Equipment
•    Common Tools and Safety
•    Pneumatic Hand Tools
•    Tools and your Surroundings
•    Summary

 

 

Powered Hand Tool Safety
    
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From electric sanders to pneumatic jackhammers, powered hand tools are widely used across a huge range of industries. When operated improperly powered hand tools can inflict injuries from minor to life threatening. This program explains general safety principles related to the use of a wide range of electric and pneumatic tools as well as risks, safety procedures and personal protective equipment applicable to particular tools. Included are demonstrations.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Tool Skills
•    Safety Essentials
•    Personal Protective Equipment
•    Electric Hand Tools
•    General Safety
•    Pneumatic Hand Tools
•    Dangers of the Work Environment  
•    Summary


PPE Essentials
    
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Failure to wear PPE, use PPE properly & use compatible PPE results in accidents & fatalities that cost organisations & the community millions per year. If personnel understand & follow the principles of PPE safety the risk of serious injuries can be significantly reduced. This training package provides a training resource to help educate and refresh personnel at all levels.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Types of PPE
•    Head Protection
•    Foot Protection
•    Hand & Arm Protection
•    Eye & Face Protection
•    Hearing Protection
•    Body Protection
•    Respiratory Protection
•    Fall Protection
•    Risk Control
•    Summary


Quality and Safety

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This unique presentation focuses on the important role which workers have to play in the pursuit of quality. This presentation clearly demonstrates the benefits of a quality approach to both work and safety for all personnel, from the shop floor to top management. The close and important link between quality and safety is stressed. A variety of personnel in different industries are asked: What does quality mean to you and what do you consider are the benefits from taking a quality approach to work & safety.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    What is quality?
•    What’s my role in quality?
•    What’s in it for me?
•    The link between quality and safety
•    Summary 


Risk Assessment for Industry    

General Information:


This fast-paced production is designed to help organisations minimize injury in the workplace. 
This program covers in new detail: 


•    Identifying the Hazards. 
•    Assessing the Risks.  
•    Controlling the Risks.    

Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Identifying the Hazards
•    Assessing the Risks
•    Controlling the Risks
•    Summary


Risk Assessment for the Office
    
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When hazards are left uncontrolled in the office environment, it’s only a matter of time before people are harmed & business suffers. This program explains the 5-step risk assessment control process for your office. Ill health, accidents, damage to equipment and materials and reduced efficiency will inevitably result when hazards are not properly addressed.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    What Is Risk Assessment?
•    Step 1 - Identify the Hazards
•    Step 2 - Identify Who Might Be Harmed
•    Step 3 - Evaluate & Control
•    Step 4 - Record Findings
•    Step 5 - Review & Revise
•    Summary 


Safety at Work (Understanding)
    
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The consequences of poor industrial safety practices can result in serious injury, increased absenteeism, sick days and even death. This program highlights the A-Z of industrial safety at your workplace. An ideal induction program for new personnel and contractors and a great refresher for experienced staff.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Risk Assessment
•    Housekeeping
•    Slips, Trips and Falls
•    Hazardous Substances
•    Electrical Hazards
•    Work Equipment Safety
•    Personal Protective Equipment
•    Noise & Manual Handling
•    Fire & Confined Spaces
•    Outdoor Work 
•    Summary


Safety Awareness
    
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Safety Awareness is a high-impact presentation for personnel at all levels. It focuses on the trainee’s role in reducing the risk of incidents in their workplace. This training package uses a clear, concise format to raise awareness of general safety issues, while educating trainees on the practical concepts they need to identify hazards & assess risks on a daily basis.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Common Hazards
•    Hierarchy of Risk Controls
•    Hazard Identification
•    Case Studies
•    Summary

Safety Culture Awareness

General Information:


A Safety culture is the collection of the beliefs, perceptions and values that employees share in relation to risks within an organization, such as a workplace or community. A good safety culture reduces risk.
Topics Covered:


•    Occupational health and safety (OHS) as a top priority
•    Visible management commitment to OHS
•    Increasing visibility around OHS
•    OHS reporting
•    Employees and contractor’s involvement
•    Create  a learning culture
•    Provide recognition
•    Open culture
•    Effective communication
•    OHS management systems


Safety in the Office (Understanding)    


General Information:


If you think office work is completely safe, think again. Every year thousands of office workers are involved in accidents that result in long term injuries. Poor health & safety practices can increase costs & decrease your organisation’s productivity. Potential hazards in the office can be avoided by taking simple precautions. Office Safety is essential to your success & the success of your organisation.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Office Housekeeping
•    Your Workstation
•    Safety Around the Office
•    Manual Handling
•    Emergency Response
•    Office Security
•    Aggression Response
•    Summary

Slips, Trips and Falls

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"“The most common cause of workplace injuries is also the most preventable”
Every year, thousands of people are involved in slip and trip accidents and falls from height at work. These incidents are the most common cause of workplace injuries, but are also amongst the most preventable. This programme explores the range of factors that contribute to slips and trips, while clearly defining the methods for controlling risks in the workplace.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    A Case Study
•    Causes of Slips & Trips
•    Preventing Slips & Trips
•    Fall prevention
•    Ladders & Stepladders
•    Summary

 

Warehousing and Storage Safety Essentials 

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Working in the warehousing and storage industry presents a variety of hazards. Collisions between vehicles and pedestrians, musculoskeletal injuries, and slips and trips are amongst the most common causes of time off work and lost productivity. This program provides a training resource to help educate and refresh personnel at all levels. It discusses common hazards in the workplace, with a focus on day-to-day safety awareness and the fundamental methods for managing risk at work.    
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction
•    Workplace safety
•    Forklifts, Traffic & pedestrians
•    Loading docks
•    Fire safety
•    Slips & trips
•    Working at height
•    Safe storage
•    Manual handling, ergonomics
•    Summary


Welder on Site - Be Aware
    
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This presentation aims to educate people in the workplace about safe welding practice. The presentation includes rescue techniques & first aid for accidents such as electrocution and skin burns. Common industry and maintenance welding processes - Oxyacetylene, Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG), Tungsten Inert Gas Welding (TIG) and Electric Arc Welding - are featured.
Topics Covered:


•    Introduction & Fire prevention
•    Common welding processes
•    Care for welding equipment and gas cylinders
•    Gases used in welding processes
•    Toxic fume effects
•    Personal Protective Equipment
•    Tag and lock during maintenance
•    Height and confined space work 
•    First aid for work accidents
•    Summary


Work Ethics Awareness

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Personally, accountable and responsible for your work: Work ethic is a cultural norm that advocates being personally accountable and responsible for the work that one does and is based on a belief that work has intrinsic value.  Characteristics of work ethic can be summarized using three terms, interpersonal skills, initiative and being dependable.
Topics Covered:


•    Care 
•    Productivity
•    Self-Management
•    Discipline
•    Responsibility
•    Accountability
•    Commitment
•    Honesty
•    Acceptance of Authority
•    Hard Working
•    Reliability
•    Ownership
•    Dedication
•    Attitude
•    Respect
•    Attendance
•    Punctuality

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