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Overview of OHS Law & Legal Liabilities COURSE KNOWN AS – OHS Act & Legal Liabilities Course WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE: Managers, GMR 2 Appointees, SHE Practitioners. SHE Coordinators, SHE Representatives, Line Managers, Supervisors SHE Management System Appointees, Staff LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING None COURSE OUTCOMES: Persons who have attended this learning programme are able to explain in detail the legal requirements and compliance tools that can be utilized to demonstrate conformity to the Occupational Health & Safety Act & Associated Regulations. Attendees will also gain a thorough understanding of the RSA legal framework and legal liabilities of employers and employees. Candidates who wish to be certified will write a 2-hour exam on the course work COURSE CONTENT: (All relative to Occupational Health & Safety Law) • OHS Law History • RSA Legal framework • Types of liability • Appointments & legal liability • Occupational Health & Safety Act • COID Act • Basic Conditions of employment Act relative to OHS law • Tabacco Products Controls Act • Labour Relations Act • Construction Regulations 2014 • General Safety Regulations • Environmental Regulations for Workplaces • Certificates of Competency Regs • General Administrative Regulations • General Machinery Regulations • Driven Machinery Regulations • Electrical Installations Regulations • Electrical Machinery Regulations • Hazardous Chemical Substances Regs • Hazardous Biological Agents Regs • Lead Regulations • Asbestos Regulations • Hazardous Work for Children • Major Hazardous Installations Regs • Facilities Regulations • Noise Induced Hearing Loss Regs • Pressure equipment Regulations • Lift Escalator & Passenger Conveyor Regs 100.00 13/04/2017 16/03/2021 5
Mango 9 - Advanced User Course The following course and assessments have been developed to demonstrate the effective use of the Mango Compliance software. Mango is an incredible compliance software tool You will be required to watch and listen to the tutorial videos Completion certificates will be issued upon successful completion 0.00 14/04/2017 18/03/2021 4
Manual Handling The purpose of this Health & Safety short course is to inform and equip employees, contractors and visitors with an understanding of hazards and risks related to manual handling, and ways of reducing the risks to ensure that the tasks are performed safely to prevent injury or ill health in the workplace. 0.00 27/04/2017 16/03/2021 4
Mango 9 - Basics User Course The following course and assessments have been developed to demonstrate the effective use of the Mango Compliance software. Mango is an incredible compliance software tool You will be required to watch and listen to the tutorial videos and then log into the Mango system and complete a task (leaving evidence in the test site). You will also be required to complete and online assessment Completion certificates will be issued upon successful completion 0.00 08/05/2017 18/03/2021 4
Internal SHEQ Auditor COURSE KNOWN AS – SHEQ Internal Auditors WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE: SHEQ Practitioners. SHEQ Coordinators, Line Managers, Supervisors SHEQ Management LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING ISO 9001, ISO 14001& OHSAS 18001 Awareness COURSE OUTCOMES: Persons attending this learning programme will be able to facilitate internal Occupational Health & Safety management system audits based on the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 standard and ISO 19011 Standard for management system auditing Plan and facilitate audits, set and recommend corrective actions, follow up and close out audit findings. COURSE CONTENT : • History of SHEQ • The Deming Model – PDCA • The principles of SHEQ, Principles and techniques of auditing • ISO 19011 • Planning o Hazards , Risks Aspects & impacts o SHEQ Policy o Compliance obligations o Objectives, targets and programs • Implementing o Product & Service Realization o Resources Roles Responsibility Accountability & Authority o Competency Training & awareness o Communication consultation & participation o Documents o Operational Control o Emergency Planning • Checking o Monitor & measure o Evaluation of compliance o Incident investigation o Improvement o Control of records o Internal Audits • Management Control o Management review Unit standard No: NA NQF & Credits NA Duration:3 Days Included in course: Manual & Certificate (upon successful completion) 100.00 10/05/2017 21/04/2021 5
Basic Firefighting Course COURSE KNOWN AS – Basic Fire Fighting WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE: SHE Practitioners, SHE Coordinators, SHE Representatives, Line Managers, Supervisors SHE Management System Appointees, All Staff LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING None COURSE OUTCOMES: Persons who have attended this learning program are able to explain the principles of the fire triangle, causes of fire, fire spread, types of fire appliances Application of basic handheld fire appliances Fire Prevention controls COURSE CONTENT: - Fire triangle - Fire prevention - Fire spread - Fire appliances - Fire extinguisher - Hose reels - Resumption of operations BENEFITS; Great for fire awareness for staff and the general public Unit Standard No: NA NQF & Credits NA Duration: 4 Hrs Included in course: Certificate (upon successful completion) 100.00 22/06/2017 10/11/2020 5
How to use the SRM Virtual Compliance Academy LMS Please watch the following short video on how to use the LMS 0.00 24/07/2017 21/04/2021 6
Incident Investigation Course Description: SHE Incident Investigation root cause analysis; corrective and preventive action Learners credited with this unit standard will be able to demonstrate the ability to conduct investigations into workplace SHE incidents. The competency includes all the activities required to successfully conduct incident investigations, as per S 24 OHS Act , GAR 8 & 9. Course Content: • Explain the specified requirements pertaining to conducting an investigation into workplace incidents. • The relevant hazards and risks likely to be encountered during the investigation are described. • The purpose of conducting investigations into workplace incidents is described.. • Gather and evaluate data. • The prevailing conditions at the scene of the incident are determined by using accepted data gathering methods. • Methods for gathering data must include: • Inspection of the incident scene. Interviews of witnesses. Gathering of documents, procedures, practices and process evidence. Drawing of plans, taking photographs. Collecting physical evidence for forensic analysis. • The causes of the incident are identified through interpretation of these variances. • Investigation into the incident must include: Immediate causes. Basic causes. Lack of control. • Perform post-investigation functions. • The findings, recommendations and remedial action are reported. • Remedial action is evaluated and recorded accordingly. Required competencies or prior learning: • Communication at NQF Level 2 • Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 2 WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE: SHE Practitioners . SHE Coordinators , SHE Representatives , Line Managers, Supervisors SHE Management System Appointees, Staff Unit standard No: UNIT STANDARD REFERENCE 120355 - Conduct an investigation into workplace incidents. NQF & Credits NQF LEVEL 3 AND CREDITS 5 Duration: 3 Days (with some pre course work and evening reading) Included in course: Manual & Certificate (upon successful completion) 100.00 07/08/2017 10/11/2020 5
Safety Health & Environmental Induction 0.00 19/04/2018 10/11/2020 4
Gateway Contractor Induction & OHS Requirements Contractor Induction and Work Permit Requirements 0.00 25/05/2018 19/06/2018 4
Mango 9 - System Administrator Course The following course has been developed to equip Mango Administrators, with the skills to effectively manage Mango System Administration. 0.00 29/05/2018 18/03/2021 4
Grinder Safety This video has been provided to educate operators of Grinding Machinery in regards to the hazards, risks and safe use of Bench & Portable Grinders 0.00 30/05/2018 10/11/2020 7
Ladder Safety The following course has been developed to educate users of ladders in the hazards, risks and safe use of ladders to prevent injury. 0.00 30/05/2018 18/03/2021 7
Portable Drill Safety The following course has been developed to educate users of Portable Drills in the hazards, risks and safe use of Portable Drills to prevent injuries & ill health. 0.00 30/05/2018 10/11/2020 7
Safe and correct use of Grinders The following course has been developed to equip employees with the following in regards to the safe use of grinders: - Understanding of applicable legislation - Understanding hazards & risks created by Grinders - Understanding of risk controls - Understanding of emergency planning requirements 0.00 05/06/2018 21/04/2021 9
ISO 45001:2018 Awareness Course The following course will provide the learner with a sufficient working knowledge to be able to understand and ISO 45001:2018 OHS Management System 100.00 14/08/2018 18/03/2021 4
ISO 14001:2015 Awareness & Implementation(ISO14001) COURSE KNOWN AS – ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System Awareness & Implementation WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE: SHEQ Practitioners. SHEQ Coordinators, Line Managers, Supervisors SHEQ Management LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING ISO 14001:2015 Awareness COURSE OUTCOMES: Persons attending this learning programme will be able to facilitate implementation of environmental management systems based on the ISO 14001 standard Understand the fundamental principles behind the Deming Model of Plan, Do, Check, Act with regards to environmental management systems. COURSE CONTENT : • History of EMS • The Deming Model – PDCA • The principles of EMS • Planning o Aspects & impacts o EMS Policy o Compliance obligations o O&T • Implementing o Resources Roles Responsibility Accountability & Authority o Competency Training & awareness o Communication o Documented information o Operational Control o Emergency Planning • Checking o Monitor & measure o Evaluation of compliance o Non conformity , corrective and preventive action o Internal Audits • Management Control o Management review Unit standard No: NA NQF & Credits NA Duration: 3 Days Included in course: Certificate (upon successful completion) 100.00 20/06/2019 18/03/2021 4
ISO 9001:2015 Awareness & Implementation - Updated The following course is designed to make candidates aware of the ISO 9001:2015 requirements and principles. This course will also equip the candidate with the skills to be able to establish, implement and maintain a Quality Management System 100.00 20/06/2019 18/03/2021 4
HIRA Risk is a part of everyday life, and even quite straightforward jobs can have a range of ‘hazards’. It’s impossible to eliminate all risk. But what you must do is make sure you know about the most common and dangerous hazards that affect you, and what you need to do to manage them responsibly to control the risk. This course will help you identify the most common hazard types and provide practical techniques to help you manage them and make your workplace a safer place for all. This course is for: The Hazard Identification & Risk Control course is designed to cover a wide range of risks and hazards and is therefore ideal for complex organisations who may have both office and field staff. By utilising creative animation and accelerated learning techniques, the course ensures all employees receive training that is appropriate to their needs. 0.00 01/07/2019 10/11/2020 5
Safety, health, environmental and quality (SHEQ) management What is this course about? This 10 week course focuses on equipping safety, health, environmental and quality (SHEQ) personnel with an understanding of: Fundamental safety, health, environment and quality issues and related legal frameworks; How to effectively evaluate any business’ SHEQ risk profile and institute a risk management program; and How to use management systems to manage SHEQ risks. These skills lay the platform for delegates before they can proceed to any more specialized courses such as implementing ISO 9001; ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 management systems. Is this course for you? If you are responsible for managing SHEQ risks in your organisation, this course is for you. Course Entry Requirements A Grade 12 certificate and preferably also: Relevant tertiary education in a field of SHEQ management; or Basic knowledge of/and relevant experience in a field of SHEQ management 1036.14 25/07/2019 10/11/2020 5
Construction OHS Managers Training Course topics include: OHS Law and Liability Overview of regulations The construction process Policies and procedures OHS specification Hazard identification and risk assessment Fall protection and prevention OHS Plan OHS File OHS Auditing 150.00 22/08/2019 18/03/2021 5
Control of Hazardous Chemicals Course Topics include: Legislation related to hazardous chemicals Chemical purchasing and inventory Hazard identification systems Chemical hazards and risks Understanding labels and MSDs Safe storage Controlling chemical exposure Occupational exposure limits Evaluating exposure Emergency preparedness Spill response Waste storage and disposal Training 150.00 22/08/2019 05/03/2021 5
Retsol - Procedures and Policies 0.00 22/08/2019 22/08/2019
COVID-19 10.00 07/04/2020 10/11/2020 9
COVID-19 isiZulu 10.00 24/04/2020 10/11/2020 9
Health and Safety Representative DESCRIBE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE SAQA UNIT STANDARD ID 259622 NQF LEVEL 02 CREDITS 03 Welcome to this SHE Representative Course. Before we start we would like for you to read and acknowledge the following; An internet connection is required to complete this course as it consists of Scorm content A pre-course workshop has to be completed before you can commence with the actual course. The are no right or wrong answers, so keep calm and carry on This SHE Rep course has a total of four modules. Each module will be followed with questions which forms part of the formative assessments. Once all answers are completed, you will then gain access to the next module All four modules are interactive which requires you to engage and complete all "task" before you can gain access to the next section of the module You will be required to complete a summative assessment which will form part of you portfolio of evidence Once accredited with this unit standard you will be able to understand the objectives and statutory requirements pertaining to health and safety in the workplace. You will be able to explain the rights, powers, functions and duties of the workplace health and safety representative and how any errant health, safety and environmental issues may be handled. You will also be able to participate in the safety, health and environmental structures and measure these activities according to health, safety and environmental requirements. Please see below some important information; Formative assessment The goal of formative assessment is to monitor student learning to provide ongoing feedback that can be used by instructors to improve their teaching and by students to improve their learning. More specifically, formative assessments: help students identify their strengths and weaknesses and target areas that need work, during the course Help the facilitator recognize where students are struggling and address problems immediately Examples of formative assessments include asking students to: draw a concept map in class to represent their understanding of a topic submit one or two sentences identifying the main point of a lecture turn in a research proposal for early feedback Summative assessment; The goal of summative assessment is to evaluate student learning at the end of the course by comparing it against some standard or benchmark (Model Answer) Examples of summative assessments include: An end of course exam a final project a paper Credit ‘Credits’ are an indicator of the volume of learning required for the completion of a module / course / qualification and are based on the concept of a notional hour. A ‘notional hour’ includes any activity in which a student is involved that relates to their mastering of an outcome (e.g. this could include: set readings, contact hours, preparing for and writing an assignment, individual study, assessment, and so on). Credits are independent of the mode of teaching and learning (e.g. face-to-face; distance; on-line; etc.). The standard of TEN notional hours equaling ONE credit has been adopted following the models used in the UK and Australasia. i.e. a 3 Credit Course = 30 Notional Hours of work Moderation: Moderation ensures that people who are being assessed are assessed in a consistent, accurate and well-designed manner. It ensures that all assessors who assess a particular unit standard or qualification, are using comparable assessment methods and are making similar and consistent judgments about learners’ performance. Moderation of assessment occurs at both the level of the provider (internal moderation), and at the level of the ETQA (external moderation). SRM Moderates 50 % of all course work prior to results being distributed Appeal and Dispute Process: If at any stage you are unhappy with the assessment process you are encouraged to raise and appeal. The process is as follows: Raise the appeal with appeals@srmc.co.za The appeal is then evaluated by the SRM Moderator Then if not closed out by an external moderator If still not closed out to the Dept of Labour All the way up to the Minister of Labour as the final arbitration source Please enjoy this interactive learning experience, and most of all have fun. The content is subject to copyright as per the Copyright Act 98 / 1978 [as amended], and is the property of SRM. It is specifically recorded no part of any of this course may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including copying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system without the express written permission of SRM. 100.00 27/01/2021 23/04/2021 5
First Aid Level 1 Preform Basic life support and first aid procedures 119567, NQF Level 1 Credits 5 Welcome to this First Aid Level 1 Course. Before we start we would like for you to read and acknowledge the following; A internet connection is required to complete this course as it consists of Scorm content A pre-course workshop has to be completed before you can commence with the actual course. There are no right or wrong answers, so keep calm and carry on This course has a total of nine modules. Each module will be followed with questions which forms part of the formative assessments. Once all answers are completed, you will then gain access to the next module All four modules are interactive which requires you to engage and complete all "task" before you can gain access to the next section of the module You will also be be required to complete a summative assessment. Dates for the practical application will only be set once all theory has been completed. Please contact sales@srmc.co.za to set your practical date Please see below some important information; Formative assessment The goal of formative assessment is to monitor student learning to provide ongoing feedback that can be used by instructors to improve their teaching and by students to improve their learning. More specifically, formative assessments: help students identify their strengths and weaknesses and target areas that need work, during the course Help the facilitator recognize where students are struggling and address problems immediately Examples of formative assessments include asking students to: draw a concept map in class to represent their understanding of a topic submit one or two sentences identifying the main point of a lecture turn in a research proposal for early feedback Summative assessment; The goal of summative assessment is to evaluate student learning at the end of the course by comparing it against some standard or benchmark (Model Answer) Examples of summative assessments include: An end of course exam a final project a paper Credit ‘Credits’ are an indicator of the volume of learning required for the completion of a module / course / qualification and are based on the concept of a notional hour. A ‘notional hour’ includes any activity in which a student is involved that relates to their mastering of an outcome (e.g. this could include: set readings, contact hours, preparing for and writing an assignment, individual study, assessment, and so on). Credits are independent of the mode of teaching and learning (e.g. face-to-face; distance; on-line; etc.). The standard of TEN notional hours equaling ONE credit has been adopted following the models used in the UK and Australasia. i.e. a 3 Credit Course = 30 Notional Hours of work Moderation: Moderation ensures that people who are being assessed are assessed in a consistent, accurate and well-designed manner. It ensures that all assessors who assess a particular unit standard or qualification, are using comparable assessment methods and are making similar and consistent judgments about learners’ performance. Moderation of assessment occurs at both the level of the provider (internal moderation), and at the level of the ETQA (external moderation). SRM Moderates 50 % of all course work prior to results being distributed Appeal and Dispute Process: If at any stage you are unhappy with the assessment process you are encouraged to raise and appeal. The process is as follows: Raise the appeal with appeals@srmc.co.za The appeal is then evaluated by the SRM Moderator Then if not closed out by an external moderator If still not closed out to the Dept of Labor All the way up to the Minister of Labour as the final arbitration source Please enjoy this interactive learning experience, and most of all have fun. The content is subject to copyright as per the Copyright Act 98 / 1978 [as amended], and is the property of SRM. It is specifically recorded no part of any of this course may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including copying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system without the express written permission of SRM. 100.00 29/01/2021 23/04/2021 5