Health and Safety at Work in Industrial and Service Sectors

Health, Fitness and Wellness

Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute
Module 1: Introduction to Industrial Safety and Health Management
Module Objectives
By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
Enumerate the objectives of safety and health management.
Distinguish the salient feature of safety and health.
Determine the role of safety and health manager in the corporate structure.
Specify the resources that are readily available in the workplace.
Be familiar with the mandates of workersa ™ compensation.
Know the techniques for effective recordkeeping.
Explain the concept of accident cause analysis.
Establish the importance of organization of committees in maintaining the health and safety of workers in the industrial and service sectors.
Relate the concept of safety and health economics.
Conduct workersa ™ training.
Perform job placement testing in his organisation.
Value the importance of maintaining a smoke-free workplace.
Elucidate the concept of bloodborne pathogens in relation to the workersa ™ safety and health.
Know the efficient means of handling and resolving workplace violence.
Identify several ways of avoiding hazard through the use of the following approaches:
a The Enforcement Approach
a The Psychological Approach
a The Engineering Approach
a The Analytical Approach
a Hazard-Classification Scale
Contents, Concepts and Issues
a The Safety and Health Manager
a Development of the Safety and Health Function
a Concepts of Hazard Avoidance
Module 2: Insuring Workersa ™ Safety in the Industrial Setting:
Federal Regulation and Safety Standards
Module Objectives
By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
Ascertain the standards set forth in federal regulation pertaining to the health and safety of the workers in the industrial and service sectors.
Understand the underlying concept of NIOSH.
Enforce the mandate of the federal regulation within their organisation.
Learn how to deal with public uproar.
Specify the role of the states in protecting the health and safety of the workers in the industrial and service sectors.
Determine the current political trends in light of the federal regulation.
Know the rights of immigrant workers under the federal regulation.
Develop an efficient hazard communication program and strategy.
Exhibit a heightened understanding of the applicable international standards in the information system as it relate to the workersa ™ safety and health.
Realise the role of Environmental Protection Agency.
Determine the function of Department of Homeland Security.
Develop effective computer information systems relative to workersa ™ safety and health.
Recognise the importance of process information.
Conduct process analysis.
Specify and suggest different operating procedures in dealing with the safety and health of the industrial workers.
Conduct training to efficiently implement the safety process and instil disaster preparedness among them.
Determine the importance of contractor personnel.
Know how to deal and resolve different acts of terrorism.
Learn how to maintain workplace security.
Maintain buildings and facilities to guarantee workersa ™ safety and health at the workplace in terms of the following:
a Walking and Working Surfaces
a Exits
a Illumination
a Miscellaneous Facilities
a Sanitation
Module 2: Insuring Workersa ™ Safety in the Industrial Setting:
Federal Regulation and Safety Standards
Contents, Concepts and Issues
a Impact of Federal Regulation
a Information Systems
a Process Safety and Disaster Preparedness
a Process Safety and Disaster Preparedness
Module 3: Prioritising Workersa ™ Health and Safety Interest
While in the Workplace
Module Objectives
By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
Establish the link between ergonomics and workersa ™ health and safety.
Identify the facets of ergonomics.
Ascertain the causes of workplace musculoskeletal disorders and develop ways to enable workersa ™ to avoid having it.
Enumerate the affected industries.
Familiarise themselves with the ergonomics standards and be able to apply these in their organisation.
Understand the concept of WMSD Management Programs.
Perform ergonomic risk analysis within their organisation.
Learn NIOSH Lifting Equation.
Specify the different sources of ergonomic hazards.
Conduct baseline examinations of health and toxic substances.
Identify the different toxic substances.
Know the underlying concept of measures of exposure.
Recognise the importance of standards completion project.
Learn how to Detect Contaminants.
Observe proper ventilation in the workplace.
Apply the concept of ASHRAE Standards and Indoor Air Quality.
Identify ways to combat industrial noise.
Devise ways to avoid too much workersa ™ exposure over radiation.
Know how to handle with precaution the different kinds of flammable liquids.
Enumerate the various sources of ignition.
Explain the concept of standards compliance.
Obtain information about:
a Combustible Liquids
a Spray Finishing
a Dip Tanks
a Explosives
a Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Draft a protection need assessment for their organisation.
Know how to conduct Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training.
Demonstrate a heightened understanding about the following:
a Hearing Protection
a Eye and Face Protection
a Respiratory Protection
a Confined Space Entry
a Head Protection
Identify the different miscellaneous personal protective equipment.
Teach how to conduct first aid in cases of accident at the workplace.
Module 3: Prioritising Workersa ™ Health and Safety Interest
While in the Workplace
Contents, Concepts and Issues
a Ergonomics
a Health and Toxic Substances
a Environmental Control and Noise
a Flammable and Explosive Materials
a Personal Protection and First Aid
Module 4: Safety Precautions and Emergency Incident Risk Management
Module Objectives
By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
Learn about mechanics of fire.
Determine the concept of industrial fires.
Identify ways for effective fire prevention.
Find out the cause of dust explosions.
Learn the proper way of conducting emergency evacuation.
Be familiar with the following systems and equipment:
a Fire Brigades
a Fire Extinguishers
a Standpipe and Hose Systems
a Automatic Sprinkler Systems
a Fixed Extinguishing Systems
Ascertain the correct ways of storing materials to guarantee the workersa ™ safety.
Determine the precautions which must be observe in terms of the following:
a Industrial Trucks
a Passengers
a Cranes
a Slings
a Conveyors
a Lifting
Learn the basics of machine guarding
Know how to safeguard the point of operation.
Determine how the following can promote workersa ™ safety:
a Power Presses
a Heat Processes
a Grinding Machines
a Saws
a Miscellaneous Machine Guarding
a Miscellaneous Machines and Processes
a Industrial Robots
Apply risk management concept in their organisation to promote workera ™s safety and health.
Ascertain how risks are retained.
Identify different kinds of risk.
Conduct risk evaluation.
Name the different risk control techniques
a Learn the basics of risk assumption and financing.
Module 4: Safety Precautions and Emergency Incident Risk Management
Contents, Concepts and Issues
a Fire Protection
a Materials Handling and Storage
a Machine Guarding
Related Software Programs or Products: None
Related Awards, Degrees or Certifications: Diploma - Postgraduate
Related Jobs or Careers: Safe and Health Manager Supervisors, workers, safety directors and others responsible for safety on individual job site
This is primarily ilt training
on-line e-learning cbt (computer based)This is an online eLearning or CBT training program
instructor led trainingThis class may be available at a classroom in London, London,
Course Level:basic
Duration:20 days
Training Presented in:English
Master's Degree Program Provided by Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute
Health and Safety at Work in Industrial and Service Sectors
Course Programme for
Health and Safety at Work in Industrial and Service Sectors
Leading to Diploma-Postgraduate in Health and Safety at Work in Industrial
and Service Sectors (Quad Credit)
Module 1: Introduction to Industrial Safety and Health Management
Module Objectives
By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
Enumerate the objectives of safety and health management.
Distinguish the salient feature of safety and health.
Determine the role of safety and health manager in the corporate structure.
Specify the resources that are readily available in the workplace.
Be familiar with the mandates of workers compensation.
Know the techniques for effective recordkeeping.
Explain the concept of accident cause analysis.
Establish the importance of organization of committees in maintaining the health and safety of workers in the industrial and service sectors.
Relate the concept of safety and health economics.
Conduct workers training.
Perform job placement testing in his organisation.
Value the importance of maintaining a smoke-free workplace.
Elucidate the concept of bloodborne pathogens in relation to the workers safety and health.
Know the efficient means of handling and resolving workplace violence.
Identify several ways of avoiding hazard through the use of the following approaches:
The Enforcement Approach
The Psychological Approach
The Engineering Approach
The Analytical Approach
Hazard-Classification Scale
Module 1: Introduction to Industrial Safety and Health Management
Contents, Concepts and Issues
The Safety and Health Manager
A Reasonable Objective
Safety versus Health
Role in the Corporate Structure
Resources at Hand
Development of the Safety and Health Function
Workers Compensation
Recordkeeping
Accident Cause Analysis
Organization of Committees
Safety and Health Economics
Training
Job Placement Testing
The Smoke-Free Workplace
Bloodborne Pathogens
Workplace Violence
Concepts of Hazard Avoidance
The Enforcement Approach
The Psychological Approach
The Engineering Approach
The Analytical Approach
Hazard-Classification Scale
Module 2: Insuring Workers Safety in the Industrial Setting:
Federal Regulation and Safety Standards
Module Objectives
By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
Ascertain the standards set forth in federal regulation pertaining to the health and safety of the workers in the industrial and service sectors.
Understand the underlying concept of NIOSH.
Enforce the mandate of the federal regulation within their organisation.
Learn how to deal with public uproar.
Specify the role of the states in protecting the health and safety of the workers in the industrial and service sectors.
Determine the current political trends in light of the federal regulation.
Know the rights of immigrant workers under the federal regulation.
Develop an efficient hazard communication program and strategy.
Exhibit a heightened understanding of the applicable international standards in the information system as it relate to the workers safety and health.
Realise the role of Environmental Protection Agency.
Determine the function of Department of Homeland Security.
Develop effective computer information systems relative to workers safety and health.
Recognise the importance of process information.
Conduct process analysis.
Specify and suggest different operating procedures in dealing with the safety and health of the industrial workers.
Conduct training to efficiently implement the safety process and instil disaster preparedness among them.
Determine the importance of contractor personnel.
Know how to deal and resolve different acts of terrorism.
Learn how to maintain workplace security.
Maintain buildings and facilities to guarantee workers safety and health at the workplace in terms of the following:
Walking and Working Surfaces
Exits
Illumination
Miscellaneous Facilities
Sanitation
Module 2: Insuring Workers Safety in the Industrial Setting:
Federal Regulation and Safety Standards
Contents, Concepts and Issues
Impact of Federal Regulation
Standards
NIOSH
Enforcement
Public Uproar
Role of the States
Political Trends
Immigrant Workers
Information Systems
Hazard Communication
International Standards
Environmental Protection Agency
Department of Homeland Security
Computer Information Systems
Process Safety and Disaster Preparedness
Process Information
Process Analysis
Operating Procedures
Training
Contractor Personnel
Acts of Terrorism
Workplace Security
Process Safety and Disaster Preparedness
Walking and Working Surfaces
Exits
Illumination
Miscellaneous Facilities
Sanitation
Module 3: Prioritising Workers Health and Safety Interest
While in the Workplace
Module Objectives
By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
Establish the link between ergonomics and workers health and safety.
Identify the facets of ergonomics.
Ascertain the causes of workplace musculoskeletal disorders and develop ways to enable workers to avoid having it.
Enumerate the affected industries.
Familiarise themselves with the ergonomics standards and be able to apply these in their organisation.
Understand the concept of WMSD Management Programs.
Perform ergonomic risk analysis within their organisation.
Learn NIOSH Lifting Equation.
Specify the different sources of ergonomic hazards.
Conduct baseline examinations of health and toxic substances.
Identify the different toxic substances.
Know the underlying concept of measures of exposure.
Recognise the importance of standards completion project.
Learn how to Detect Contaminants.
Observe proper ventilation in the workplace.
Apply the concept of ASHRAE Standards and Indoor Air Quality.
Identify ways to combat industrial noise.
Devise ways to avoid too much workers exposure over radiation.
Know how to handle with precaution the different kinds of flammable liquids.
Enumerate the various sources of ignition.
Explain the concept of standards compliance.
Obtain information about:
Combustible Liquids
Spray Finishing
Dip Tanks
Explosives
Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Draft a protection need assessment for their organisation.
Know how to conduct Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training.
Demonstrate a heightened understanding about the following:
Hearing Protection
Eye and Face Protection
Respiratory Protection
Confined Space Entry
Head Protection
Identify the different miscellaneous personal protective equipment.
Teach how to conduct first aid in cases of accident at the workplace.
Module 3: Prioritising Workers Health and Safety Interest
While in the Workplace
Contents, Concepts and Issues
Ergonomics
Facets of Ergonomics
Workplace Musculoskeletal Disorders
Affected Industries
Ergonomics Standards
WMSD Management Programs
Ergonomic Risk Analysis
NIOSH Lifting Equation
Sources of Ergonomic Hazards
Health and Toxic Substances
Baseline Examinations
Toxic Substances
Measures of Exposure
Standards Completion Project
Detecting Contaminants
Environmental Control and Noise
Ventilation
ASHRAE Standards and Indoor Air Quality
Industrial Noise
Radiation
Flammable and Explosive Materials
Flammable Liquids
Sources of Ignition
Standards Compliance
Combustible Liquids
Spray Finishing
Dip Tanks
Explosives
Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Personal Protection and First Aid
Protection Need Assessment
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training
Hearing Protection
Eye and Face Protection
Respiratory Protection
Confined Space Entry
Head Protection
Miscellaneous Personal Protective Equipment
First Aid
Module 4: Safety Precautions and Emergency Incident Risk Management
Module Objectives
By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
Learn about mechanics of fire.
Determine the concept of industrial fires.
Identify ways for effective fire prevention.
Find out the cause of dust explosions.
Learn the proper way of conducting emergency evacuation.
Be familiar with the following systems and equipment:
Fire Brigades
Fire Extinguishers
Standpipe and Hose Systems
Automatic Sprinkler Systems
Fixed Extinguishing Systems
Ascertain the correct ways of storing materials to guarantee the workers safety.
Determine the precautions which must be observe in terms of the following:
Industrial Trucks
Passengers
Cranes
Slings
Conveyors
Lifting
Learn the basics of machine guarding
Know how to safeguard the point of operation.
Determine how the following can promote workers safety:
Power Presses
Heat Processes
Grinding Machines
Saws
Miscellaneous Machine Guarding
Miscellaneous Machines and Processes
Industrial Robots
Apply risk management concept in their organisation to promote worker s safety and health.
Ascertain how risks are retained.
Identify different kinds of risk.
Conduct risk evaluation.
Name the different risk control techniques
Learn the basics of risk assumption and financing.
Module 4: Safety Precautions and Emergency Incident Risk Management
Contents, Concepts and Issues
Fire Protection
Mechanics of Fire
Industrial Fires
Fire Prevention
Dust Explosions
Emergency Evacuation
Fire Brigades
Fire Extinguishers
Standpipe and Hose Systems
Automatic Sprinkler Systems
Fixed Extinguishing Systems
Materials Handling and Storage
Materials Storage
Industrial Trucks
Passengers
Cranes
Slings
Conveyors
Lifting
Machine Guarding
General Machine Guarding
Safeguarding the Point of Operation
Power Presses
Heat Processes
Grinding Machines
Saws
Miscellaneous Machine Guarding
Miscellaneous Machines and Processes
Industrial Robots
Introduction to Risk Management
Risk Retention
Risk Identification
Risk Evaluation
Risk Control Techniques
Risk Assumption and Risk Financing
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