Saiosh accreditation: 5 CPD Credits

Candidates will be able to:

  • demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of the relevant legislation

  • explain the requirements for compliance as stipulated in the current legislation

  • identify deviations from the plan and control measures required to achieve compliance are given

  • monitor activities necessary to ensure that control

  • measures are assessed and reviewed

  • demonstrate knowledge and understanding of record

  • keeping required by legislation

  • explain the legal obligation of the employer in terms of training and communication

Candidates will be able to:

  • understand the health and safety role and responsibilities of senior executives

  • recognize the importance of integrating

  • health and safety objectives with other business objectives

  • take account of health and safety aspects during strategic planning and decision making

  • understand the principles of health and safety management.

On completion of the course, the successful learner will be able to explain and apply safety, health and environmental requirements in the workplace. 

Candidates will be able to:

· understand the requirements of ISO 14001 and enable them to participate effectively in EMS development and related activities
· understand the structure of ISO 14001
· know the benefits of having an EMS
· understand key requirements for an EMS
· understand EMS principles and EMS standards · develop an EMS
· understand the requirements of environmental management
· implement systems Standard ISO 14001 and EMS carry out an initial preliminary review appreciate environmental impacts and effects · adopt a range of techniques for the implementation of an EMS in their Organisation.

TARGET GROUPS
· Managers who need practical understanding of EMS development
· Individuals appointed to develop an EMS
· Quality or safety auditors who need to cover environmental issues
· Trainee environmental consultants · Employees

Saiosh accreditation: 2 CPD Credits

Candidates will be able to:

· Legal terminology
· Driving forces for legal compliance
· Criminal and civilliability – common law
· Casestudies
· COID Act – case law
· Delict recovery of damages
· Indemnity agreements
· OHS Act and legislative criminal liability
· Employers duties
· Duties of manufacturers
· Inspectors powers and investigation/inquiries
· Contractors
· Duties of client and agent
· Duties of designer
· Duties of principal contractor and contractor
· Environmental law
· Corporate governance Legal compliance strategy

This course focuses on distinguishing between various types of law, legislation and liability. Employers and Employees will be able to understand the need for the COID Act and the role this act plays In the workplace.

Candidates will be able to:

· Distinguish between Common Law and Legislation
· Distinguish between Criminal and Civil Liability
· Describe where the COID Act fits into the broader legal responsibilities for SHE
· Justify the necessity for the COID Act
· Identify who is an employer and employee in terms of the COID Act.
· Identify an accident in terms of the COID Act
· Discuss what happens after an accident
· Analyses the right to compensation
· Distinguish between the various types of disability
· Compare occupational diseases to injuries
· List the employer’s administrative duties

TARGET GROUPS
Health and safety managers
Health and Safety Superintendents
Health and safety representatives
Compliance managers
HSE officials
SHE Systems officer
SHE Policy development officer
Anyone that wants to assume the role of SHE Manager

This National Environmental Management course (NEMCOR) is designed for managers, supervisors and employees who are responsible for managing environmental issues as part of their work, and focuses on Legal obligations of the Employer and Employee. This course further provides an understanding of Environmental Management systems. NEMCOR also provides an understand of how to set up environmental management systems and tools.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Understanding the physical and living environment.

  • Understanding the global environmental problems being experienced by the planet.

  • Understanding pollution control strategies (air, ground and water technologies)

  • Understanding methods of managing waste.

  • Understanding the physical and living environment.

  • Understanding the global environmental problems being experienced by the planet.

  • Understanding pollution control strategies (air, ground and water technologies)

  • Understanding methods of managing waste.

  • Understand the legal obligations of employer and employee

  • Work with environmental laws (read, interpret, navigate, etc)

  • Understand environmental management systems.

  • Set up policies and procedures to manage the environment (EMS: 14001; SRA SHE)

Saiosh accreditation: 2 CPD Credits

This course focuses on distinguishing between various types of law, legislation and liability. Employers and Employees will be able to understand the need for the COID Act and the role this act plays In the workplace.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Distinguish between Common Law and Legislation

  • Distinguish between Criminal and Civil Liability

  • Describe where the COID Act fits into the broader legal responsibilities for SHE

  • Justify the necessity for the COID Act

  • Identify who is an employer and employee in terms of the COID Act

  • Identify an accident in terms of the COID Act

  • Discuss what happens after an accident

  • Analyses the right to compensation

  • Distinguish between the various types of disability

  • Compare occupational diseases to injuries

  • List the employer’s administrative duties

    TARGET GROUPS
    Health and safety managers
    Health and Safety Superintendents
    Health and safety representatives
    Compliance managers
    HSE officials
    SHE Systems officer
    SHE Policy development officer
    Anyone that wants to assume the role of SHE Manage

This course will provide an understanding of the parameters and requirements of the Health and Safety
Series within the workplace.
COURSE OUTLINE
Covers a basic understanding and the requirements of the SHE SYSTEMS series
OUTCOME 1:
Understanding the statutory obligations of an employer in terms of Management Systems.
OUTCOME 2:
Understanding the systematic process of the Implementing Health and Safety Systems.
OUTCOME 3:
Explore the framework of the Health
and Safety series.

This course focuses specifically on the legal liability pertaining the requirements of the Occupational Health
and Safety Act 85/1993, The Construction Regulations and workplace Risk Assessments.

The legal compliance within a company is reliant on the competence of the management and supervisory team.
It is imperative that for the Team to have a clear vision and understanding what the legal liabilities of the company and individuals encompasses. In the absence of such knowledge it would be difficult to establish legal compliance in the work environment.

This course will further enable learners to conduct and support safety, health and environmental risk
assessments at work.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Introduction to the South African Legislation

  • Legal Terminology

  • South African Legal Framework

  • Legal Interpretation

  • Liability in the Law

  • Working with Statutes

  • Historical Development and Requirements of the Health and Safety Laws

  • Construction Regulations

  • Case studies

  • Describe the importance for risk assessments at work

  • Describe the legal requirements regarding risk assessments at work

  • Describe and identify workplace hazards and the associated risks

  • Describe the risk management process

  • Execute an Integrated SHE Risk Assessment

This course focuses on the implementation of a system whereby there is continuous improvement culture. A 5S system assist to streamline rules in order to eliminate waste and maintain an efficient, safe and clean work environment. The 5S methodology is simple and may be adopted by any company to improve workflow within an organisation. This practical global system does not require any Technical analysis and can be implemented in Companies across all sectors as well as both private and government Organisations. The methodology is simple, practical and its visual nature makes it an engaging aid for operators, directors and customers.

COURSE OUTLINE

· Streamlining processes
· Benefits of the 5 S

· 7 Waste streams (lean management)
· Integration of the 5 S into  SHEQ
· KATA
· The 5S Methodology
· Auditing the 5S Program

For a facility to operate safely and efficiently within a multi-shift cycle, it is necessary to apply best Practices for multi-shift working. Multiple-shift Operations generate many risks such as human fatigue, communication breakdown, production line errors, quality non-conformances, lack of accountability, employee morale and other incidents. This can result in a significant risk to operational efficiencies, employee wellness, productivity, business image, criminal /civil liability and other degrading events to the sustainability and growth of a business.

COURSE OUTLINE
· Introduction to Shift Work
· Occupational Risks with Shift work
· Managements’ roles and responsibilities
· Managing Shift Work
· Applied Communication into Shift Work
· Applied Ergonomics into Shift Work
· International Systems supporting Shift Work
· Continuous Improvement for 24 Hour Shift Work

TARGET GROUP

  • Health and safety managers

  • Health and Safety Superintendents

  • Health and safety representatives

  • Compliance managers

  • HSE officials

  • SHE Systems officer

  • SHE Policy development officer

  • Anyone that wants to assume the role of managing or working in the shift process

Basic Food Hygiene course focuses on highlighting vital elements such as hygiene, cleanliness, nutrition, and basic health care that encourages and promotes to health living. This course also highlights the importance of cleaning within a wholesale and retail outlet especially in areas where food is prepared, stored, packed and refrigerated. Candidates will learn to maintain a safe and healthy environment for food in the workplace, understand basic legislation, and the importance of the prevention of food contamination and temperature control. Candidates will also be trained on the maintenance of personal hygiene, health and presentation which will play a vital role in overall food safety in their work environment. 

This course will contribute further to increase the levels of Personal and product safety. This will in turn create a cohesive understanding on the handling of food and related products. This will enable the candidate to acquire the understanding of not only personal safety, but also product Safety and life skills.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Personal hygiene
  • Personal health, nutrition and recreational activities for a healthy lifestyle
  • Personal grooming and presentation
  • The importance of clothes requirements and maintenance in the food industry
  • Understanding organisational housekeeping standards
  • The impact of housekeeping standards on the customers
  • Use, care and storage of cleaning machinery, equipment and chemicals
  • Housekeeping standards and methods of cleaning various areas in the workplace
  • Applicable standards of Health, Safety and Environmental legislation
  • Personal hygiene standards required by law and industry
  • Personal protective clothing and equipment
  • Food Safety practices
  • Cleaning and maintenance of equipment, fittings and fixtures
  • Forms of micro-organisms that can contaminate food and work surfaces

  • How micro-organisms spread and how they can be eliminated

  • How to determine the presence of pests

  • The effects of unsafe food on the customers and the Organisation

  • Critical control to prevent food contamination

  • Personal grooming and presentation

  • Understanding life skills within the food industry

  • Safe and hygiene handling of food

 

COURSE OUTLINE

Module 1:
ISO 45001 : 2018 Occupational Health & – Safety Management Series.
Understanding the ISO Annex SL edition.
Understanding the key management criteria within the ISO 45001:2018 series.
Understanding the process approach.
 
Module 2 : Systems Framework.
De-compiling the ISO 45001:2018 series
Identifying the scope of the management system. Developing a company specific management framework. Integrating the framework into legislation.
 
Module 3: ISO 45001 : 2018 Systems Development,
Implementation and Maintenance
(Practical: Documentation)
· Policy
· Risk assessments
· Legal registers
· Procedures
· Work instructions
· Registers
· Checklists
· Appointments
· Planners
· Internal audits
COURSE OUTLINE
· Auditing fundamentals
· Auditing Teams
· Auditing Envidence
· Sampling techniques
· Auditing considerations
· ISO 45001 series
The Six Sigma approach focuses on customers. This approach Identifies and understands how the work gets done (the value stream), how to manage, improve and for ease of the process flow. The Approach removes repetitive and obsolete processes and reduces waste. This approach is managed by facts and reduces variation.
 
COURSE OUTLINE
· Introduction to Six Sigma
· Statutory Obligations within the Quality Domain
· Behavioral sciences within the Quality Domain
· Root cause analysis
· Six Sigma support
· Six Sigma