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- Understand the fundamental principles of basic and advanced first aid.
- Effectively perform CPR.
- Use effectively the AED.
- Safe transport of the victim .
- Promote recovery of the victim.
- Deal with medical emergencies.
- Deal with complications e.g. dislocations ,
fractures & bleeding
- Formulate effective report.
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Enable participants to:
• Understand the structure of the emergency response plan
• Prepare emergency plan (basic)
• Understand the company emergency procedure and systems
• Manage and cope with emergency situation
• Make a decision in an emergency situation
• Understand legislation government liaison
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Industrial firefighting course that meets HSE requirements
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Provide the required knowledge, skills and confidence to ensure each participant carries out their assigned duties in a safe and proactive manner.
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The participant will acquire knowledge about the controls provided through the permit to work system and the procedures followed for permit issuance.
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- Understanding of safety theory and the necessity of its implementation through individual behavior.
- Ability to Identify differences between traditional safety versus Behavioral Based Safety (BBS).
- Knowledge of “when and when not” to implement BBS.
- Ability to explain why most traditional safety programs don’t work.
- Ability to understand why positive reinforcement is much more powerful than negative reinforcement.
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Highlight the company's standpoint and policy towards safety by introducing participants to the safety systems in the company in order to improve the safety and the working environment, with focus on the individual persons own attitude towards safety.
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Introduction to the general health and safety and environment.
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• Introduction to risk assessment
• Definitions of hazards and risks
• Qualitative risk assessment
• Semi- qualitative risk assessment
• Quantitative risk assessment
• Risk acceptance criteria
• Preliminary Hazard analysis (PHA)
• Hazard and Operability analysis (HAZOP)
• Hazard Identification (HAZID)
• Failure Modes and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
• Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH)
• What-if analysis
• Safety Integrity Level (SIL) review
• Simple case study
• Detailed case study
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• Understanding of risk and hazard theory
and risk acceptance criteria
• Understanding of different qualitative risk
assessment and analysis techniques;
• Technical understanding of hazard
identification & risk assessment detailed
• Technical understanding of developing of
• Technical understanding of risk elimination and
• Technical understanding of monitoring of control measures and their adequacy.
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- Understanding of risk and hazard theory and risk acceptance criteria.
- Understanding benefits of qualitative risk
- Technical understanding of hazard identification and risk assessment detailed technical issues.
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Provide delegates with
• Understanding of risk and hazard theory and risk acceptance criteria;
• Understanding of different qualitative risk assessment and analysis techniques;
• Understanding of different quantitative risk assessment and analysis techniques;
• Technical understanding of hazard identification and risk assessment detailed technical issues.
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This program will identify the process and
the different techniques that can be used to
Effectively perform a Job Hazard Analysis.
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• Learn how to recognize, report, differentiate and minimize Workplace hazards
. • Learn how to inspect worksites, recognize and prioritize critical tasks
• Learn how to find the ""Hidden F's"" in their worksite.
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- An understanding of different qualitative risk analysis techniques;
- Knowledge of Hazard and Operability study (HAZOP);
- Introduction to major P&IDs hazards and operability problems.
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Aim to increasing employee's ownership of safe manual handling practices.
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• To increase awareness to duties & responsibilities in connection with working at heights
• To know the principles of working at heights
• To have a comprehensive understanding
of current 'best practice' in working at
heights and understand how that might
Translate to safe working practice.
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Understand ASME Code requirements for Pressure vessel.
Understand the terminology used in ASME code.
Know which code section is applicable for the type of Boiler or Pressure vessel
Understand the establishment of design requirements and general design rules and formulas established by Section VIII Div. 1.
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Areas where a potential exists for dropped objects, shall be identified by the trained professionals at regular intervals recommended by inspection book to verify the structural integrity and ensure objects are adequately secured. Where ever possible the site managers and the safety professional shall be trained to perform the in-house inspection services. Nevertheless all the people working at site shall undergo drops awareness training.
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This Lock Out Tag Out Health and Safety Program is designed to prevent electrically related injuries and property damage. Employees performing certain tasks or working at certain types of facilities may have occupational exposure to electrical systems. Electricity and other energized materials have long been recognized as a serious workplace hazard, exposing employees to such dangers as electric shock, electrocution, fires, crushing, burning, scathing and explosions. This program applies to all employees who may have occupational exposure to electricity and other energized equipment such as steam, hydraulic, tension, gravity, etc.
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The aim is to ensure all electrical personnel remain current with changes to applicable electrical codes, technology and safe work practices.
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Know the minimum electrical safety requirements for electrical work on site, understand hazards associated with arc flash, identify and manage electrical hazards within the designated area of work
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1 - Theoretical training
a- Introduction to MEWP Operation and terms and definitions.
b- MEWP Types and classifications.
c- MEWP Operational risk control measures.
d- MEWP daily inspection.
2- Practical training include
a- PPE and fall protection equipment use for MEWP operation.
b- MEWP operational control.
c- MEWP Operational control in case of Power loss and emergency.
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- Legal requirements
_ Using Multimeter
_ Class 1 Appliances
_ Class 2 Appliances
_ Prospective Fault Current
_ 110V, 230V & 400V Commando Plugs
_ CTE Transformer
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1- Theoretical part
- Terms and definitions.
- Types of Cradles.
- Cradles' Accidenets.
- Hazard and risk.
- Control the risk.
2- Practical training on site
- Use of PPE.
- Pre operation inspection.
- Cradle operation control.
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_ Flagman duties
_ Traffic control device and operation
_ Dressing for the job
_ How to flag
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The aim of this course is to offer an understanding of common hazards at construction stage, their control measures, different statutory obligations on HSE on construction sites and sharing safe work best practices.
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Tailored training: you need to establish training programs that educate your own employees and your supply chain partners about health & safety, environmental and quality issues in the workplace.
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