This course is designed for employees who are engaged in operations where there is a potential risk of H2S being present. H2S trained individuals might include employees of an oil and gas company (well drilling, servicing, work over, down hole maintenance, plug and abandonment procedures etc.) or individuals involved in the storage and transports of such substances that release H2S. It is a highly toxic gas that can kill or seriously harm human health even at low concentrations (e.g.10 ppm). It is also flammable, thus it is a fire hazard.
IOSH Managing Safely
This flexible course is ideal for getting managers up-to-speed on the skills they need to tackle safety and health issues in the workplace. A practical program, full of step-by-step guidance, managing safely has a sharp business focus and helped a huge range of businesses to raise standards of safety and health.
IOSH Working Safely
This course is for people at any level, in any sector, that need a grounding in health and safety. Ideal for introducing staff to why health and safety is important, working safely shows how everyone can make a difference to their own well-being and that of others through everyday behaviors.
NEBOSH International General Certificate (IGC)
The NEBOSH International General Certificate (IGC) in Occupational Health and Safety is an internationally recognized qualification that will provide you with a broad understanding of key health and safety issues. The NEBOSH IGC is also suitable for those embarking on a career in health and safety, offering a solid platform on which to progress to either of the NEBOSH Diploma courses. No prior health and safety knowledge is needed.
OSHA/NSC 30-Hour General Industry
This course is designed for Safety and Health managers, coordinators, specialists and other full-time safety practitioners, training center personnel, operations managers, or anyone else with safety and health responsibilities in general industry. It provides a working knowledge of fundamental OSHA 1910 General Industry standards as well as OSHA policies and procedures. Upon the successful completion of this course, participants will be able to identify the most common hazards associated with general industry workplaces, locate applicable Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards and requirements, and suggest abatement methods for these hazards and violations of these standards.
This course examines the hazards associated with electricity and safety measures to reduce the risk of injury.
Working at Heights
The course is designed to satisfy the training and awareness requirements of relevant legislation and regulations including the Working at Height Regulations and Health and Safety at Work.
This course examines basic workplace safety tenets and examines the specific stages and procedures of the Lock-out / Tag-out process. The basic tenets of safety are explained as the specific stages and procedures of the Lock-out / Tag-out process.
Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
This course examines the role of PPE in protecting the health and safety of workers and describes how to properly use specific types of PPE which may be used in the workplace.
This course teaches participants the importance of safety guards and devices on heavy machinery to prevent machine related injuries. Employee injuries due to exposure to unguarded or inadequately guarded machines is preventable and this course focuses on recognizing and controlling general hazards associated with the operation of machinery.
This course identifies types of fires, types of fire extinguishers, and proper technique related to the use of a fire extinguishers. Topics covered also include workplace practices that can reduce the risk of fire and safety strategies that should be followed in the event of a fire.
This course focuses on driving to save lives, time and money in spite of the conditions around you and the actions of others. Developing defensive driving habits means: making safe and legal driving decisions; creating a safe, stress-free personal driving space in and around your vehicle; driving to your destination safely – without a ticket or a crash, and without affecting other drivers’ safety; practicing common sense, courtesy and cooperation; and recognizing the risks of hazardous driving behaviors and conditions.
NEBOSH - HSW