Introduction to Supervision and Incident Management Course, Unit standard 259639 and 259617 aligned (S2C)

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Course Overview

Supervision & Incident Course: This unit standard is for those people giving an induction of health and safety principles to new personnel and the person credited with this unit standard is able to explain the duties of both the employees and employers with regard to Occupational Safety and Health in the workplace. It will also enable learners to apply basic health and safety legislation in the form of standards and procedures governing health and safety in the workplace, to ensure that they contribute to a safe, healthy environment for themselves and others.

SAQA unit standard aligned:

Supervision & Incident Course

Understanding the OHS Act: Purpose, and implications in the workplace.

Safety Communication: The program emphasizes the importance of effective safety communication in the workplace, including conducting safety meetings, preparing safety reports, and promoting a safety culture.

Legal Compliance and obligations of employers and employees under the OHS Act, and the consequences of non-compliance.

Risk Assessment: Identify potential hazards in the workplace and assess the risks associated with them. This could include machinery, chemicals, work processes, and even ergonomic risks.

Implement Control Measures.

Emergency preparedness: How to respond to emergencies in the workplace.

SAQA unit standard aligned:

Supervision & Incident Course:

Unit standard 259639 Explain basic health and safety principles in and around the workplace. 

Certificate of Successful Completion:

In order to receive a “certificate of successful completion” you need to fulfill the following requirements:
  • Attend the full 2 days training;
  • Compile and submit a portfolio of evidence that demonstrates your learning during the course.

Upon completion of the program, participants are indeed equipped to serve as SHE Representatives. As they step into this role, they become the guardians of safety, acting as a bridge between management and employees. This training course allows them to identify potential hazards, recommend solutions, and advocate for safety policies.

“It’s a testament to the fact that when it comes to safety, every individual matters, and every action counts. So, let’s champion safety together