Health & Safety

OHSE Services and Training

  •            Walk through Site Inspections,
  •            Conduct HSE Training as Required including HSE Induction & HSE Representative to “New” & Existing Employees, 16.1 / 16.2,
  •            On Site Fire & Evacuation Drills as per Regulation,
  •             Initial compiling and Updating of a Site-Specific Health & Safety File including Appointment letters, Policies & Procedures etc,
  •            Regular Follow up site visits as per contract, including Inspections, Training & Reviewing & Updating of Site Files,
  •            Professional Support


HSE Compliance Training:

Occupational Health & Safety Act [Relevant Sections]:

Course Content: History of SA Health & Safety Legislation: Intro to Act and Reg: Basic Principles of Law: Definitions: Functions, Duties, Roles: Rights, Responsibilities and Requirements: Appointments and

Nominations: Structures, Procedures: Records, Evidence, Archives and

Penalties: Reporting Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment


  • Introduction to Electricity:

Course Content: Introduction to electricity: Legal requirements: Electricity is dangerous: Understanding electricity: Features of electricity: Using electricity: Protection from electrical hazards: Inspecting for hazards: Register Incident Investigator


  • Construction Regulations 2014:

Course Content: Applications, Permits, Notifications, Duties, Management

& Supervision, Risk Assessment, Fall Protection, Structures, Excavation,

Demolition, Tunneling Scaffolding, Platforms, Rope Access, Hoists, Bulk

Mixing Explosive, Vehicles, Mobile Plant, Installations and Machinery,

Flammable Liquids, Medical Certificate, Housekeeping, Safeguarding,

Stacking, Storage, Fire Precautions, Employees’ Facilities Basic Fire Awareness


  • Fire Prevention & Protection:

Course Content: Course Introduction: Chemistry of fire: Theory of fire prevention: Theory of fire protection: Theory of firefighting: Theory of emergency planning: Responding to an emergency: Fire inspections:

Registers & checklists: Reporting the findings


  • Supervisory Management Skills:

Course Content: Introduction to supervision: Theory of health & safety management: Introduction to legislation: Organization’s policy, rules & procedures: Supervisory leadership – styles: Project planning: Planned job analysis / observations: Organizing: Interpersonal communication:

Problem solving: Decision making: Supervisory control: Delegation:

Developing and motivating a team: Conclusion: Practical’s and exercises


  • 1st Aid Level 1 & 2 :

Course Content: Intro to Legal Requirements, Legal and Ethical

Considerations, The Law of Consent, Reporting of Injuries and Treatment: Intro to Health & Safety, Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing, First

Aid Kits and Equipment: Approaching an Accident Scene, Treating a

Collapsed Person, Rescue Breathing, CPR, Choking Drowning Shock,

Unconsciousness Fainting: Wounds & Control of Bleeding, Fractures,

Sprains & Dislocations, Head Injuries, Neck and Spinal Injuries, Lifting and

Carrying a Patient, Burns, Electrocution, Smoke, Chemicals and Poisons,

Bites and Stings, Eyes: Heart Diseases, Angina, Heart Attack, Stroke,

Diabetes, Asthma, Seizures, Epilepsy  


  • Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Regulations 2003:
  •            Unit Standard No: “Describe sources of and control measures for noise in a work place”
  •            Unit Standard No: 259602 Credits: 2 NQF Level: 1

Course Content: Overview of Sound, Noise And The Human Ear: Legal Requirements: Employer To Inform, Instruct & Train: Noise-Induced Hearing Loss – An Occupational Disease: Workplace Hazard Identification: Personal Medical Surveillance: Protective Control Measures: Hearing Protective Equipment [HPE].


HASREP – Health & Safety Representatives & Committee:

  •            Unit Standard: Describe the functions of the workplace health and safety representative.
  •            Unit Standard No: 259622 Credits: 3 NQF Level: 2

Course Content: Introduction to Occupational Health & Safety: Theory of risk management: Legal requirement: Risk & hazard identification: Inspections: Reporting the findings: Investigation: Committees  


INDUCTOR – Health & Safety Induction 

  •            Unit Standard: “Demonstrate knowledge pertaining to basic health & safety principles at work”
  •            Unit Standard No: 259639 Credits: 4 NQF Level: 2

Course Content: The reasons incidents occur: Legal requirements:

Organization’s rules and procedures: Occupational Health: Occupational Hygiene: Personal Hygiene: Occupational Safety: First Aid and medical facilities: Reporting: Emergency Planning  


HIRA – Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment

  •            Unit Standard: “Conduct a baseline risk assessment and take appropriate action”
  •            Unit Standard No: 244287 Credits: 7 NQF Level: 5

Course Content: Introduction to SAQA, NQF & SETA: Terms, Definitions and References: History of Occupational Safety, Health and Environment [SHE]: Extent of the Problem : Causes and Consequences : Management of Decisions : Reportable Incidents : Occupational Safety / Health / Environmental Hazards : Identifying Hazards – Examples : Cause, Control & Consequence Chain : Scale of Probability / Frequency / Severity :

Reasonable Mitigation of Hazards: Introduction to HIRA / Fundamentals: Research and Reference Material: The Funnel Method: RAG Tag – Basic


Recognition and Rating System: Types of Risk Assessments: Assessment Methodologies: Introduction to Bowtie Risk Analysis: When to perform a HIRA: Establishing the HIRA Team: Preparing to Conduct a HIRA: Process Flow Planning and Management: Performing the HIRA: Conducting a Risk Rating: Final Practical Exercise: Communicating the HIRA Findings: HIRA Inspection Checklist: HIRA Control Register: HIRA Cause, Control & Consequence Chain: HIRA Assessment Form.