Designed to make employees aware of the key health and safety issues and the part they should play in keeping themselves and others free from harm in the workplace.
Designed for managers, supervisors and senior safety personnel to enable them to review their departmental systems for safety, introducing new controls or implementing changes as appropriate to ensure safety in workplace
Examines health and safety from a supervisory perspective.
Provides a basic understanding of workplace fire safety and prevention
Provides employees with a good understanding and knowledge of health and safety in the health and social care setting.
Provides essential information about manual handling hazards and their control as part of a full health and safety training programme
Prepares employees to contribute to the safer use of hazardous substances.
- Level 1 – Provides Food Safety and Hygiene Awareness for food handlers
- Level 2 – Food Safety and Hygiene for supervisory staff (2 days)
Introduction to Waste Management (1 day)
Designed to cover general health and safety issues within a construction context as well as placing emphasis on the specific construction issues that make the industry among the most dangerous in which to work.
Specialized Occupational Health
Services & Training
Occupational Hygiene Surveys
The assessment of health risks in the workplace; through qualitative assessments as well as quantitative exposure measurement surveys which includes but not limited to: vibration, ergonomic, ventilation, illumination, noise and hazardous chemical substance indoor air quality survey, ergonomics, check presence of asbestos in buildings etc.
Basic Principles in Occupational Hygiene
Occupational hygiene focuses essentially on a preventative approach through the minimisation of exposure to chemical, physical and biological agents in the work environment and the adoption of good ergonomic practices. Participants will learn exposure measurements, different instruments used and calculations
Audiometric & Spirometry Training
This equips health professionals offering occupational health services including health screening with necessary skills. Some industrial processes have the potential to affect workers’ hearing and lung function, either temporarily or permanently. So it is imperative to conduct Spirometry (lung function), which makes it possible to identify low or declining pulmonary ability,