Objective of Trainings
Training and instructions to your employees ensures that they are able to carry out their tasks safely and without risks to health. Training is helping and showing employees what they should and should not do when they carry out their workplace activities.
Employees should be suitably trained in all aspects of their job from the most menial to the riskiest activities in the workplace.
First Aid Training
One of the most obvious benefits of first aid training is that it helps
improve your workplace safety. When your employees are trained in
first aid procedures and safety protocols, they’re more aware of safety
issues around them. That level of safety awareness lets them be more
careful in the workplace and spot problems before they can take a turn
for the worse.
- Confined Space Legislation
- Risk Assessment
- Control Measures
- Emergency Procedures
- Case Study
Fire Fighting Training
A competent understanding of Fire Safety is required to understand the hazards associated with fire and reduce the potential destruction that can be caused by fire including risk to life. Our training program aims to provide a thorough understanding of the causes for fire, the hazards associated with fire, and fire fighting strategies and considerations.
- What is Chemistry of Fire
- Intro to Fire Classification
- Intro to Fire Prevention & Protection
- Active & Passive fire protection
- What are portable & fixed firefighting installations
- Responding to Fire Emergency
- Hands-on with use of Extinguishers, hydrant system, components of FH system
- Case Study Video
- Syndicate Exercise
Process Safety Management (PSM) Training
Process Safety Management is designed to manage the integrity of operating systems and processes handling hazardous substances by applying good design principles, engineering, and operating practices. Process Safety Management is designed to manage the integrity of operating systems and processes handling hazardous substances by applying good design principles, engineering, and operating practices.
- Process safety plan
- Material hazard information
- Process hazard information & risk assessment
- Design information & process safety plan
- Provision from emergencies arising due to external events
- Inventory management
- Operating procedures
- Skill development & evaluation
- Work safe system
- Employee participation
- Work permits
Behaviour Based Safety Training
Behaviour Based Safety is an ongoing effort; not ‘once-off’ provisions, but a new way of working that the safety leader must continually promote for sustainable, positive results. Behaviour Based Safety Training is not a substitute for an already existing comprehensive health and safety programme; it is a supplementary tool that will enhance the effect of already existing practices, and will allow for an objective measurement system.