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Diploma in HSE

Diploma in Health Safety Environment

Industrial Safety.
Construction Safety.
Oil & Gas Safety.
Maintenance Safety.
Management Safety.
Mining Safety.

International Safety Courses

NEBOSH.
IOSH.
OSHA.
First Aid Training.
100% Job Training.

What is safety?

Safety is the state of being “Safe” the condition of being protected from harm or also refer to the control of reorganized hazards in order to achieve an acceptable level of risk.

Why safety is Important?

safety is very important for each and every employee in the industry, construction & Workplace because all the workers desire to work in a safe and protected atmosphere. Health and safety is the key factor for all the industries in order to promote the wellness of both employees and employers. It is a duty and moral responsibility of the company to look after the employee’s protection.

  • Aware of the surroundings.
  • Reduction in cost
  • Reduce workplace stress.
  • Decreased lost time.
  • To meet legal requirements rules and regulation
  • Overall safety professional can help clients to develop a positive safety culture on their job
  • keep crisis exits which are easily accessible.
  • Update Your Supervisor about the unsafe conditions.
  • Stay Alert
  • Wear the right safety equipment’s.

CONTENTS

  1. Foundations in health and safety
  2. Health and safety management system – plan
  3. Role of the health and safety policy
  4. Health and safety roles and responsibilities
  5. Health and safety management systems
  6. Health and safety culture
  7. Principles and practice of risk assessment
  8. Sources of information on health and safety
  9. Developing and implementing safe systems of work
  10. Permit to work systems
  11. Emergency procedures
  12. First aid
  13. Health and safety management systems – Check
  14. Investigation and incidents
  15. Recording and reporting incidents
  16. Health and safety auditing
  17. Review of health and safety performance
  18. Workplace hazards and risk control
  19. Violence at work
  20. Working at height
  21. Transport hazards and risk control
  22. Safe movement of vehicles in the workplace
  23. Driving at work
  24. Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
  25. Work-related upper limb disorders
  26. Manual handling hazards, risks and control measures
  27. Manually operated and powered load handling equipment
  28. Hand-held tools and portable power tools
  29. Machinery hazards
  30. Mechanical and non-mechanical hazards
  31. Electrical safety
  32. fire
  33. Fire classification and spread
  34. Fire risk assessment
  35. Fire prevention
  36. Fire alarm system
  37. Fire fighting arrangements
  38. Evacuation of a workplace
  39. Chemical and biological health hazards
  40. Forms of chemical agents
  41. Forms of biological agent
  42. Specific agents
  43. Safe handling and storage of waste
  44. Vibration
  45. Radiation
  46. Stress
  47. Emergency Evacuation Procedure.
  48. Emergency Response Team
  49. Emergency Response Plan
  50. Cranes
  51. Types Of Cranes
  52. H.I.R.A.R.C
  53. Personal Protective Equipment.
  54. Material Safety Data Sheet
  55. C.S.D.S.
  56. Accident Investigation Report.
  57. Job safety analysis (J.S.A)
  58. Scaffolding.
  59. Types of scaffolding
  60. House Keeping
  61. Check List System And Procedure
  62. Electrical Hazards And Safety Controls
  63. Environment Safety
  64. Transport Safety
  65. Confined Space
  66. Induction
  67. Safety Policy
  68. Site management
  69. Safety management
  70. Near miss
  71. Signs & types of signs
  72. Barricades & types of barricades
  73. Ladder & types of ladder
  74. Night work safety
  75. Excavation, Trench & Shoring
  76. Slings & Types of slings
  77. Hand tools & small tools
  78. Power tools & Electrical tools
  79. Work at Height
  80. Chemical safety
  81. Abbreviation
  82. Welfare facilities
  83. Safety committee meeting
  84. Security procedure
  85. A fixed fire protection system
  86. Road safety
  87. Penalty
  88. Ventilation
  89. Radiation
  90. Storage of material.
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