Occupational Safety and Health Specialist Course

The technological development witnessed by the world today and the accompanying development of industries have created many dangers that one should know and take caution and caution against falling into their causes. No one wishes to have an accident that loses the enjoyment of the health and well-being and safety of members, it may be due to lack of attention or neglect even for a few moments and is sufficient to make it suffer for long periods of up to years. Natural in terms of high temperature rotary machines, sensitive devices and rapid reactions, toxic substances etc. It is also a complex of gases, liquids and solids. Safety is the responsibility of every individual in his workplace and linked to his relationship with those around him such as people, machinery, tools, materials, methods of operation and others.

Objective of the Unit: Introduction to the procedures for occupational health and safety management (OSHA) to protect workers in different work sites.
1. How to provide a safe and healthy workplace for employees.
2. Know the rights of employees under.
3. Describe the employer's responsibilities under.
4. Know how to use safety standards.
5. How to conduct inspections.
6. Benefit from staff safety and health resources.
 Second: walking and work surfaces and protection from falling.
Objective of the unit: To identify the risks that may exist in the work surfaces and the reasons for their existence and how to prevent them.
1. Define different types of walking surfaces.
2. Protection from the risk of slipping and falling.
3. Identify workplace hazards associated with walking and work surfaces.
4. How to eliminate and control the risks associated with walking surfaces and work in the workplace.
5. How to eliminate and control the risk of falling and control in the workplace.
 Third: Exit routes, emergency action plans, fire prevention and fire protection plans.
Objective of the unit: Definition of plans for emergency and fire situations and how to escape.
1. Emergency planning, setting effective evacuation standards.
2. Develop fire prevention strategies and methods of protection from dangerous situations.
3. Develop an emergency action plan.
4. How to identify the elements of the fire prevention plan.
5. Identify the circumstances in which evacuation procedures may be necessary in emergency situations and how to provide shelter.
6. Determine the characteristics of an effective escape route in an emergency.
7. Fire extinguishers, fire types.
8. Maintenance requirements for portable fire extinguishers.

The course is an advanced qualifying training program that qualifies for the certificate of a specialist safety and occupational health accredited by Ushacademy American and the program contains 14 axis qualifies the trainee to get 9 certificates and pass card
Registration Fees include scientific material, training and seat reservation fees

Occupational safety and health officials.

Persons wishing to specialize in occupational safety and health.

Human Resources Officers.
School agents, teacher monitors and teachers

Objective of the unit: Protection against electricity hazards and injuries or deaths in the workplace and to identify ways to protect against electrical hazards.
1. Identify the main electrical hazards
2. Describe the electrical hazards
3. Description of electrical protection methods
4. Identify the requirements of the employer to protect workers from electrical hazards
Fifth: Personal protection equipment
Objective of the unit: To identify the equipment of personal protection and protection and how to choose the appropriate equipment for the common risks in various areas of work.
1. The hierarchy of controls for personal protection equipment.
2. Types of personal protective equipment commonly used in various fields.
Training requirements for personal protective equipment.
4. Employer responsibilities towards personal protection equipment.
5. Employee responsibilities towards personal protection equipment.
 Sixth: Risk communication
Objective of the Unit: Identify risk communication responsibilities, including GHS requirements.
1. Responsibilities of the employer under the communication standard regarding risks and training requirements.
2. Identify the components of the risk communication program.
3. Requirements for different types of risk communication labels.
4. Find relevant information on chemicals on labels, including other risk communication methods, to ensure the “right to understand” provisions of the GHS requirements.
Seventh: Handling of Hazardous Materials
Objective of the unit: To identify hazardous materials in the workplace and preventive measures to be taken to protect against the risks of dealing with them.
1. Identify risks (eg physical, health, and environmental) associated with hazardous substances, including injuries that may occur when dealing with them.
2. Methods to eliminate physical hazards of hazardous chemicals.
3. Ways to eliminate the health risks of hazardous chemicals.
4. Health Risks
Methods of introducing chemicals into the body (inhalation, absorption, ingestion, injection)

Explain the regulations and laws of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), and train workers to be able to prevent injuries, diseases and deaths in the workplace in various fields.

At the end of this course, each trainee will be able to learn:

Reduce work risks and implement occupational health and safety programs

Increase awareness of occupational safety and health

Knowing the different risks to which the worker or the institution may be exposed

Evaluation and control of different working conditions

Knowledge of work accidents and injuries and the effects of their cans

Knowledge of advanced fire fighting systems

Know the working instructions and storage conditions in different conditions

Equivalent to 44 hours

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