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Ground/strata instability is one of the principal mining hazards associated with mining operations.
This is an issue for both metal lifers mines as well as coal mines. Mine operators must therefore be expressly directed to develop and implement measures to eliminate or minimize, so far as is reasonably practicable, the risks arising from this hazard for the purposes of meeting their primary duty under the Act. Those measures must be documented and retained in the form of a principal mining hazard management plan.

To ensure a comprehensive risk assessment is conducted at the design, operation and abandonment stages, mine operators must be required to consider the local geological structure and geotechnical conditions, seismic activity, subsidence at or outside the Mine, air blast and windblast potential and the adequacy of installed ground or strata support when developing the principal mining hazard management plan for ground/strata control.

Topic :

  • Ground/Strata Instability 
  • Inundation and Inrush 
  • Mine Shafts and Winding Operations 
  • Roads, other Vehicle Operating Areas and Traffic Management 
  • Air quality, airborne dust and other Airborne Contaminants 
  • Fire and Explosion 
  • Gas Outbursts 
  • Spontaneous Combustion
    Eligibility : Civil Engineers/Safety Officers with Construction Experience.

    Duration : 05 days

As a Safety Manager you will takes of mentoring on more duties with a higher level of responsibility and authority for your actions and decisions as well as the duties of mentoring safety officers in addition to understand the fundamentals of occupational health and safety.

Topics :

  • Leading, Managing and Following
  • Critical Thinking
  • Assertive Communication
  • Delegating
  • Time Management
  • Stress Management
  • Handling Conflicts
  • Substance Abuse Awareness
  • Evaluating Staff Performance
     

Eligibility : RSO qualified or Safety Officers with 3 years proven experience.
Duration : 3 days including examination.

The Registered Safety Officer (RSO) is knowledgeable of the fundamentals of occupational Health and Safety. The RSO is generally responsible for the day-to-day activities of managing a company’s health and safety program (this is an entry-level certification).

Topic :

  • Safety Terminology
  • Management’s Responsibilities
  • Hazard Recognition and Control Measures
  • Fire and Life Safety
  • Electrical Safety
  • Office and Fleet Safety
  • Compressed Gas Cylinders
  • Hazardous Materials / Waste
  • Safety Training
  • Motivation
  • Safety Inspections
  • Accident Investigations
  • Documenting Safety
     

Eligibility : Plus two or above

Duration : 05 days including examination

 

To an average air traveller, the importance of aviation safety is rarely recognized in conscious thought, we usually only consider aspects of safety when some horrific accident occurs. But on a daily basis, on thousands of commercial and military flights, the lives of countless passengers are dependent upon the implementation of safety regulations adopted to protect the public’s interest. The implications of aviation safety not only save lives while people travel through the air, but ensure the safety of everyone going about their daily business on the ground as well. An airplane crash into a large metropolitan area that is densely populated would most assuredly result in countless ground fatalities, and in retrospect it is amazing that those types of incidents are so few in number.


Eligibility : Graduation/Safety Officers with 3 years Proven Experience

Duration : 05 days

Topics :

  • Importance of Airport Safety
  • Airport Regulatory Requirements
  • Role and Responsibilities
  • Safety Terminology
  • Safety Management System
  • Human Factors
  • Aircraft Ground Operations
  • Flight line Maintenance Activities
  • Ground Vehicle Operations
  • Runway Incursions
  • Airport Safety and Security
  • Industrial Safety
  • Industrial Health
  • Industrial Activities
  • Safety Training

The Registered Safety Professional(RSP) provides recommendations and actions for the prevention of accidents and/or incidents, which may cause injury or illness to people, damage to property, or destruction to a community (environmental). They employ various analytical methods to identify physical and health hazards. Then recommend and / or implement appropriate control measures (engineer, administrative, work practice, and / or personal protective equipment) to eliminate or mitigate the hazard.
In addition to having a working knowledge of the fundamentals and application of occupational health and safety, a Registered Safety Professional® must be knowledgeable of science (physical, chemical, biological and behavioural), mathematics, business management, insurance, and performance of specially operation, such as construction, manufacturing, healthcare, etc.
Topics:

  • FUNDAMENTALS 
  • Domain 1 : Safety & Health Management 

               -  Identifying Applicable laws & Regulations
               -  Evaluate workplace for Hazards & Assess risk
               -  Demonstrate Compliance – written programs
               -  Design and Implement Safety Management Systems

  • Domain 2 : Environmental Management

               -  Identifying Applicable laws & Regulations
               -  Evaluate workplace for Hazards & Assess risk
               -  Development of written Programs
               -  Design and implement environmental management systems

  • Domain 3 : Administrative Management 

              -  Determine effectiveness of management systems
              -  Maintain recordkeeping system
              -  Establish working relationships with stakeholders
              -  Apply sound business practices and economic principles, such as cost benefit analysis

  • APPLICATION 
  • Given four actual case studies: case studies will be from: Construction, Amusement, Manufacturing and Environmental
     

Eligibility : RSM / Bachelor degree in Occupational Health and Safety/A level 6 diploma in OSH/An associate degree in OSH/Safety Officers with 5 years proven experience.

Duration : 3 days including examination.

 

 

This course provides an intermediate review of radiation safety and compliance topics directed at both beginners and those with more experience. Using unique learning techniques to enhance the student's understanding of these subjects, this course is ideal for anyone who will develop, manage or implement a radiation safety program.

Topics :

  • Introduction to lionizing Radiation
  • Units or radiation dose and activity
  • Background Radiation
  • Radiation Protection Principles
  • Biological effects of Radiation
  • Radiation detection instrumentation
  • Radiation Safety Officer Job
  • Responsibility
  • Leak Test Requirement
  • Tested and approved material
  • Security of Radioactive Material
  • Radiation Survey's
  • Dose limits
  • Emergencies
  • Disposals of Radioactive Materials
  • Transportation of radioactive materials
     

Eligibility : Science graduates or safety officers with five years’ experience.

Duration : 05 days  

IBOEHS –OSHA General Industry Standard provides basic knowledge of Health and Safety requirements at work place. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) govern the workplace by imposing standards and regulations, of which the employer is responsible for being in compliance.  Failure to be in compliance cannot only result in a financial penalty, but could be the cause of a death/injury producing accident.   

Eligibility : Plus two/Safety Officers

Duration : 03 days

Topics :

  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Walking, working surfaces
  • Scaffolds and ladders
  • Exit routes & emergency action plan
  • Occupational health & environmental controls
  • Compressed gases
  • Hazardous waste operations
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Sanitation
  • Safety colour coding
  • Accident prevention signs and tags
  • Confined spaces
  • Electrical – safe work practices
  • Control of hazardous energy (lotto)
  • Medical services and first aid
  • Fire protection & fire prevention plan
  • Material handling and storage
  • Powered industrial trucks (forklifts)
  • Machine guarding
  • Hand and portable powered tools
  • Welding and cutting (fire watch)
  • Hazard communication  

IBOEHS –OSHA Construction Industry Standard provides basic knowledge of Health and Safety requirements at work place. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) govern the workplace by imposing standards and regulations, of which the employer is responsible for being in compliance. Failure to be in compliance cannot only result in a financial penalty, but could be the cause of a death/injury producing accident. 
Eligibility : Plus two/Safety Officers

Duration : 03 days

Topics :

  • An Act
  • Congressional Findings & Purpose
  • Definitions
  • Applicability of this Act
  • Duties – General Duty Clause
  • Occupational Health & Safety Standards
  • Advisory Committees: Administration
  • Inspections, Investigations, & Records
  • Citations
  • Procedure for Enforcement
  • Judicial Review
  • Safety & Health Review Commission
  • Counteract Imminent Danger
  • Representation in Civil Litigation
  • Confidentiality of Trade Secrets
  • Variations, Tolerances, & Exceptions
  • Penalties
  • State Jurisdiction and State Plans
  • Federal Agency Safety Programs
  • Research and Related Activities
  • Training and Employee Education
  • NIOSH
  • Grants to States
  • Statistics
  • Audits
  • Annual Report
  • National Commission-State W.C.
  • Economic Assistance to Small Business
  • Additional Assist. to Secretary of Labour
  • Additional Positions
  • Rescinded
  • Reparability
  • Appropriations

The Arab states of the Persian Gulf are the seven Arab states which border the Persian Gulf, namely Kuwait, Bahrain, Iraq, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. All of these nations are part of the Gulf Cooperation Council. Through a general consensus these countries modelled their Health and Safety Laws from OHSAS 2007: 18001 standards. So prior to getting into the particulars for each country, we will review the OHSAS 18001 standard. In this course all the relevant rules and regulations pertaining to these countries are discussed. Gulf Countries regulatory agencies:

  • Bahrain – Ministerial Order: No 8 of 2013; Labour Code No.36 of 2012
  • Kuwait – Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour, Private Sector Labour Law No. 38
  • Oman – Ministerial decree No. 286 of 2008
  • Qatar – Labour Law No. 14 of 2004
  • Saudi Arabia – Royal Decree No. M/51, 23 Sha'ban 1426 / 27 September 2005

UAE – Federal Law No. 8 of 1980
OHSAS 18001
OHSAS (Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series) 18000 is an international occupational health and safety management system specification. OHSAS comprises of two parts, 18001 and 18002, and embraces a number of other publications. It is intended to help an organization to control and manage its occupational health and safety risks.
Eligibility: Graduates/safety officers
Duration: Two days  
​Topics:

  • Bahrain – Ministerial Order: No 8 of 2013; Labour Code No.36 of 2012
  • Kuwait – Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour, Private Sector Labour Law No. 38
  • Oman – Ministerial decree No. 286 of 2008
  • Qatar – Labour Law No. 14 of 2004
  • Saudi Arabia – Royal Decree No. M/51, 23 Sha'ban 1426 / 27 September 2005
  • UAE – Federal Law No. 8 of 1980  

This course covers the India Factory Act 1948, the factories amendment act 1987, building and other construction workers, National Building Code etc. 

Eligibility: Graduates/Safety Officers
Duration: Two days  
Topics:    

  • Preliminary  
  • The Inspecting Staff  
  • Health  
  • Safety  
  • Provisions relating to Hazardous processes  
  • Welfare  
  • Working hours of adults  
  • Employment of young persons
  • Annual leave with wages  
  • Special provisions  
  • Penalties and procedure  
  • Supplemental  

Environmental Health and Safety for Diploma in Safety Management is intended for individuals who chose Safety as a Profession. 

Qualification:  Plus Two

Topic: 

1. What is Safety in the Workplace?

2. Communicating Safety Effectively

3. Hazard Recognition and Control Measures

4. Fire Safety & Life Safety

5. Electrical Safety

6. Hand and Portable Power Tools

7. Machine Safeguarding

8. Material Handling

9. Compressed Gas Cylinders

10. Vehicular Safety

11. Office Safety

12. Hazardous Materials Management

13. Confined Spaces and Hot Work Permits

14. Excavations

15. Demolition and Explosives

16. Elevated Working Platforms

17. Audits and Safety Inspections

18. Motivation

19. Occupational Health

20. Accident Investigation

21. Documenting Safety