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Health and Safety Plan Development Course

2 days – NQF Level 3

Safety Plan is a necessity when working on a construction site. South Africa is in a construction boom. This has however  lead to an increase of construction-related incidents over the past period. We need to work safer – Health and Safety knowledge is power.

One of the most contentious issues currently on sites are the safety files that are expected to be compiled, maintained and available by the contractor/sub-contractor. The average contractor views this file as a one to five page document (which cannot be further from the truth).

The problem in general is that the emerging contractor who normally knows very little about Health and Safety knows even less about what a Safety file or a Health Safety Plan is, and what it must contain.

This workshop will provide the delegate with the necessary information towards understanding this process more effectively.

Target Group

This course is aimed at all delegates who have had limited previous knowledge and experience  in terms of developing, implementing & maintaining a Health and Safety plan.

Pre-Requisites

Working experience on a construction site; in a construction related environment or dealing with contractors.

Course Objectives

To equip the learner with the necessary knowledge and skill to understand and implement a Health and Safety plan, or for a contractor company effectively to ensure legal  and company compliance.

Course Outcomes

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Compile a Health and Safety plan.
  • Differentiate between a Health Safety plan and a Health & Safety file.
  • Analyze the components of a Health and Safety plan.
  • Synthesize the components of a Health and Safety plan in a workable solution.
  • Discuss a Health and Safety plan.
  • Discuss a Health and Safety file.

Learning Material

Delegates will use the Health Safety plan course material as provided.

Language

This course is presented in the English language.

Course Requirements

It is advisable and highly recommended to have prior knowledge and skill in terms of Health & Safety within an organizational structure before enrolling unto this course.

It is always much more effective if we use your own company documentation during training.

It is suggested that you bring your relevant information and documents with you, such as your current Health and Safety file, current Health Safety Plan, Appointments, Registers, Health and Safety policy statement, Risk assessment methodology etc.

Certification & Assignment

You will be issued with a Certificate of Competence on successful completion of this course which include the building of a portfolio during the 3-day facilitation session.

Dates

Please refer to the Advantage ACT Health Safety Course Schedule.

Venue

Advantage ACT Training Centre Pretoria

Cost

R1500 .00(excluding VAT)/person

Contact

Please contact us on 012 809 4210/1  or training@advantageact.co.za

Advantage ACT supplies each delegate with morning & afternoon tea/coffee, LIGHT lunch and filtered water. Should you have requirements beyond what we provide, kindly make sure you make provision accordingly.

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Recent Events & Blog Posts
What is happening with ISO 45001?

Advantage ACT would like to update our clients on the development of ISO 45001, which is expected to replace OHSAS 18001.

Following publication of the Draft International Standard (DIS) in February 2016, The International Committee met in Toronto from 6-10 June 2016 to discuss over 3,000 comments which had been submitted during the ballot. It was agreed at the closing plenary session to move to publication of a 2nd DIS, which is expected in December 2016 or January 2017. The final standard is now expected in the second half of 2017.

The discussions during the committee meeting centered around minor changes needed to some key ‘Terms and Definitions’ such as the definitions relating to  ‘worker’, ‘participation’ and the definition of hazard. Minor changes were also proposed relating to areas such as ‘Participation and consultation’, ‘awareness’ and ‘the hierarchy of controls’. The next International Committee meeting is scheduled for October 2016 where the remainder of the comments submitted will be discussed and the content of the 2nd DIS finalised.

Recognizing how vital OH&S is to keeping employees safe and healthy around the world, Advantage ACT is committed to keeping our clients and all other interested parties up-to-date regarding the status of this process.  While waiting for the new standard, we continue to support our clients to help reduce risk, protect workers and maintain compliance.


NEWSLETTER JULY 2016

Imminent Changes to the South African OHS Training Landscape

by Joep Joubert

Background

Most of our readers are by now aware of imminent changes to the South African training landscape. When the SAQA Act was introduced in 1995, it started a long and laborious process to better regulate the SA training landscape, to amongst others, redress the inequalities of the past. This lead to things like the National Qualifications Framework (NQF), unit standards and unit standard based qualifications, which we complained about, but today is as much part of our day as having a meal.

Most of us did not realise the impact at the time, but our landscape is again in the process of changing due to the introduction of the NQF Act, 67 of 2008, that replaced the SAQA Act and introduced the concept of three quality councils, namely Umalusi, the Council for Higher Education (CHE) and the one that concerns us most, the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations or the QCTO as more commonly known. This article would like to briefly explore some of the more pertinent changes to the OHS training and qualification landscape that will soon start impacting on us all.

Click here to read the full article

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