The course offers a 10-day learning experience covering a number of topics that fall under Safety Management Training in an extensive study of the relevant act and regulations.
Day 1 and 2 will focus on an overview of the O.H.S Act in terms of its development, principle and rights to name but a few aspects.
Day 3 and 4 lends itself to General Administrative Regulations from definitions to incident reporting and documentation. We also focus on General Safety Regulations such as, for example, first aid requirements and supervision of construction work.
Day 5 and 6 gives us a chance to look at Environmental Regulations and General Machinery Regulations during which time we’ll address topics like lighting, ventilation, precaution against flooding and/or fire as well as safeguarding and operation of machinery.
On days 7 and 8 we look at Electrical Machinery and Installations as well as Driven Machinery Regulations, Environmental Regulations and General Machinery Regulations. Finally on days 9 and 10 we will focus on Facilities Regulations, Vessels Under Pressure Regulations and Hazardous Chemical Regulations.
Completion of the course consists of an open-book exam.