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Training

  • General / Introductory She Training Courses

  • Applying Safety, Health and Environmental Principles and Procedures Course

    Applying Safety, Health and Environmental Principles and Procedures Course

    Course Outline: Explain and apply safety, health and environmental requirements in a workplace. SHE system planning. PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Implementing a SHE system. Incident prevention. Education and training. Procedural controls. Meaning of colours. Premises and housekeeping. Health, environmental and safety control. Occupational health. Environmental awareness. Mechanical and electrical safeguarding. Management of fire and other...

  • Environmental Awareness Course

    Environmental Awareness Course

    Course outline: The environment. Water, air, soil and people. The company and environment. My influence on the environment. Our community and the environment. Results of a better environment.

  • Nosa SHE (Safety, Health, Environment)Representative Training Courses

  • Preliminary Incident Investigation Course

    Preliminary Incident Investigation Course

    Course outline: Explain the specified requirements pertaining to conducting a preliminary investigation into workplace incidents. Gather information for the preliminary investigation. Identify incident causes.

  • Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) Representative Course

    Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) Representative Course

    Successful learners will be able to: Explain basic legal requirements pertaining to the SHE representatives, SHE committees, Inspectors, employer and employees. Participate effectively in SHE inspections and committee procedures. Promote SHE procedures in the workplace. Identify hazards.

  • Nosa Specialised / Advanced SHE (Safety, Health, Environment) Training Courses

  • ITIS (Conduct Targeted Training & Development) Course

    ITIS (Conduct Targeted Training & Development) Course

    The course deals with training and facilitation techniques with the focus on outcomes-based learning principles. Learners are guided to facilitate adult learning. This course is a prerequisite for licensee registration to present selected NOSA courses.

  • Procedures and Observations Course

    Procedures and Observations Course

    Course outline: Purpose of planned task observations. Identify tasks and task analysis. Writing an SOP / WSWP. Types of task observation. Conducting task observation. Recording and communicating findings.

  • SHE Incident Investigation Level 3 Course

    SHE Incident Investigation Level 3 Course

    Successful learners will be able to: Describe the basic causes of incidents in the workplace. Report incidents. Prepare an investigation kit. Identify the members of an investigation team. Follow a systematic investigation process. Identify the root cause of an incident. Make recommendations to prevent reoccurrence of an incident.

  • Hazard Identification and Assessment (HIRA) Course

    Hazard Identification and Assessment (HIRA) Course

    Explain the hazard identification and risk assessment process. Explain the different types of hazard identification and risk assessments in the workplace. Select the appropriate hazard identification and risk assessment method for different circumstances. Describe and apply the techniques used in hazard identification and risk assessment in the workplace. Conduct a Risk Assessment using the HIRA methodology. Identify applicable control measures.

  • Advanced Occupational Health and Safety Act Course

    Advanced Occupational Health and Safety Act Course

    Course outline: To provide in-depth knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. To provide an understanding of the procedures and regulations pertaining to the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

  • A-Z of the Occupational Health and Safety Act Course

    A-Z of the Occupational Health and Safety Act Course

    Course outline: Legal liabilities of employers and contractors. The difference between common law and legislation. Responsibilities and rights of various role players. The intention and meanings of the sections of the Act and Regulations. Introduction to Interpretation of Statutes. Approaching Statutory Authorities. The Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993. General Administrative Regulations. Facility Regulations. Environmental Regulations for...

  • Introduction to SAMTRAC Course

    Introduction to SAMTRAC Course

    Course outline: Discuss and apply the techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment in the workplace. Identify and understand SHE management system procedures. Develop SHE management system procedures and work instructions. Identify SHE management system monitoring and measurement requirements. Develop SHE objectives, targets and management programmes.

  • Safety, Health and Environmental Management Training Course (SAMTRAC)

    Safety, Health and Environmental Management Training Course (SAMTRAC)

    Course outline: Describe risk management as a process and discuss different risk control measures.  Evaluate different incident prevention theories.  Motivate the use of SHE management system to prevent incidents in the workplace.  Advise on different legislative requirements with regard to safety, health and the environment.  Determine when compensation is payable and calculate the amount of compensation payable to employees. ...

  • Strategic Risk Planning Course

    Strategic Risk Planning Course

    Course outline: Corporate Governance principles. Risk Management. Global development in Government. Causes of governance failures. Evaluation of Corporate Governance. Checks and balances. Sustainability. The human side of Corporate Governance. Corporate Governance in SA.

  • NOSA Auditors Course

    NOSA Auditors Course

    Course outline: Auditing and the NOSA System. Measuring effectiveness. The Audit Process. 10 step audit methodology.

  • Nosa ISO / OHSAS Training Courses

  • ISO 9001:2000 - Internal Auditors Course

    ISO 9001:2000 - Internal Auditors Course

    Course outline: The only way to be sure that a Quality Management System is operating effectively, in accordance with ISO 9001, is to audit it on a regular basis. This interactive course will be of benefit to you when conducting your organisation's Internal Audits. The learning process includes a series of tutorials, interactive class sessions, a main case study and role-playing exercises. The course describes how to schedule, plan and perform an audit,...

  • Introduction to ISO 14001:2004 Course

    Introduction to ISO 14001:2004 Course

    Course outline: Provide learners with insight into the requirements of ISO 14001:2004 and enable them to participate effectively in EMS development and related activities. Structure of ISO 14001:2004. Benefits of having an EMS. Key requirements for EMS. EMS principles and EMS standards. Developing EMS.

  • ISO 14001 - EMSImplementation Course

    ISO 14001 - EMSImplementation Course

    On completion of the course, learners will be able to: Have an understanding of the requirements of Environmental Management Systems Standard ISO 14001 and EMS. Be able to carry out an initial preliminary review. Appreciate environmental impacts and effects. Have a range of techniques for the implementation of an EMS in their organisation.

  • ISO 14001 - EMSInternal Auditors Course

    ISO 14001 - EMSInternal Auditors Course

    Course outline: ISO 14001:2004 states that internal audits of the environmental management system must be performed. This will enable an organisation to determine not only the degree of compliance with its system, but also opportunities for improvements. This course takes learners through the whole system of planning and preparing for audits, through performing audits to reporting the findings in an effective manner which is beneficial to the...

  • Introduction to OHSAS 18001 Course

    Introduction to OHSAS 18001 Course

    Course outline: This practical workshop brings learners up to date with current thinking on Occupational Health and Safety and thoroughly explores the Management System Framework defined in OHSAS 18001:2007. Beginning with a comparison with other internationally recognised management systems (ISO 9000/ISO 14000), learners work through implementing a management system to enable continuous improvement of OH&S performance linked to third party...

  • OHSAS 18001 - Implementation Course

    OHSAS 18001 - Implementation Course

    Course outline: This practical workshop brings learners up to date with current thinking on Occupational Health and Safety and thoroughly explores the Management System Framework defined in OHSAS 18001:2007. Beginning with a comparison with other internationally recognised management systems (ISO 9000/ISO 14000), learners are made familiar with the requirements of OHSAS 18000:2007.

  • OHSAS 18001 - Internal Auditors Course

    OHSAS 18001 - Internal Auditors Course

    Course outline: Learners will be given a thorough introduction to the principles of health and safety management, continual improvement and the requirements of current legislation. The OHSAS 18001 approach to Occupational Health and Safety is interpreted in detail. Procedures for hazard identification, risk management, emergency planning, training, communication, consultation, accident reporting and management review are discussed and defined. Using...

  • Nosa Training Courses - Internationally Aligned

  • NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety

    NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety

    The NEBOSH International General Certificate in Health and Safety, a worldwide recognised health and safety qualification focuses on internationally recognised health and safety standards and priorities (ILO/18001) and best practice controlling hazards. It offers an excellent basic grounding in the essentials of health and safety. Unit IGC 1 - Management of international health and safety. Unit IGC 2 - Control of international workplace hazards. Unit IGC...

  • NEBOSH Construction Certificate

    NEBOSH Construction Certificate

    The NEBOSH Construction Certificate comprises 3 units: NGC1 Management of Health and Safety. NCC1 Managing and Controlling Hazards in Construction Activities. NCC2 Construction Health and Safety Practical. The course provides employees in the construction industry with the essential knowledge required to enable them to take an active part in the management of health and safety in their workplace and the best way to integrate risk management into daily...

  • Safety for Senior Executives

    Safety for Senior Executives

    Course outline: Understand the health and safety role and responsibilities of senior executives. Recognise the importance of integrating health and safety objectives with other business objectives in order to minimise the overall risk. Take account of health and safety aspects during strategic planning, decision making and effective supply chain management. Know the consequences of failing to manage health and safety effectively. Understand the...

  • NOSA Training

    NOSA Training

    NOSA Training is an accredited training provider and is ISO 9001 registered. We have a proud track record of 60 years of quality training enjoyed by thousands of students across the globe. We continue to offer outstanding training programmes based on modern occupational risk management principles that equip employees of all levels, with knowledge and skill to reduce workplace incidents, create healthier workplaces and identity and manage environmental...