Competent Sastrac – Safety Administrative System Training Course 259601 + 120333 + 120335 + 120330

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This is a 10 day course, the learner will complete the full course (4 unit standards) to apply for Competent Certificate.
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On completion of the SASTRAC Safety Management Course, the participant will:

  • Understand the legal liabilities in the workplace.
  • Techniques to implement and evaluate the safety and health management programme in the workplace.
  • The legal and specified requirements for conducting continuous risk assessments at the workplace
  • The requirements for workplace safety, health and environmental incident investigations at the workplace.
  • Conducting, reporting and acting on audit inspection at the workplace.

Course Structure

Module 1:

  • What Management and Supervisory level legal liabilities entail?
  • Accident or incident prevention and control
  • The link between the OHS Act and a management system.
  • What a management system must have to be deemed to be OHSAS 18001 compliant.
  • The requirements for the implementation of a health and safety management programme.
  • How to implement the procedures for evaluating health and safety performance at the workplace.
  • To evaluate effectiveness of the system.
  • Motivate the use of a She Management system.

Module 2:

  • Discuss and apply the techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment at the workplace and implement remedial action and follow-up actions.
  • Link Safe working procedures and planned task observations with Hazard Identification and risk assessment
  • Describe requirements for workplace safety, health and environment incident investigation.
  • Auditing procedures for legal compliance.

SASTRAC Safety Management Course: Target Audience

  • She and Occupational health practitioners
  • All health and safety managers, engineers and other persons directly involved in the implementation and management of health and safety within any organisation.
  • All persons wishing to have a full understanding of OHS at the workplace, the purpose behind OHS and also how to successfully implement it.
  • Line Managers and supervisors
  • Department of Labour inspectors
  • She Representatives, committee members