Online Health & Safety and Part-time Training Courses
E-Learning provides the flexibility needed to allow full-time employees, breadwinners, parents and other busy learners to learn in their own time and at their own pace, without being tied to a classroom or classroom hours.
A blended learning approach to teach the learner the principles of basic firefighting. On completion of the course, the successful learner will be capable of identifying, containing, preventing and extinguishing different types of fires by operating basic firefighting equipment.
SAMTRAC for Mining E-Learning is a health, safety and environmental (HSE) training course that enables mining companies to set a single standard of training across their global operations. The course provides learners with the foundational and fundamental knowledge critical to HSE application, valuable and practical insight into HSE management as well as an interactive, state-of-the-art e-Learning platform.
A comprehensive practical and theoretical programme on road safety and defensive driving for light motor vehicles. It aims to improve driving skills and driver attitudes, and to increase their knowledge and understanding of road safety. This is to prepare them to react in the best possible way when faced with unexpected situations, and to become more aware of other road users.
The first international standard for occupational health and safety (OHS) from ISO. It has been developed to provide guidance and to help organisations improve work safety and occupational health in the workplace (from head office to satellite operations), reducing workplace injuries and diseases. Replacing OHSAS 18001, the new standard also took cognisance of, and includes, the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) OSH standards, guidelines and conventions (ILSs).
Upon completion of the course, the learner will possess both foundational and fundamental knowledge critical to occupational HSE management. SAMTRAC E-Learning covers the integration of occupational HSE management, and students are taken through the practical process of implementing and maintaining an occupational HSE management system, using the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle.
A blended learning approach to teach the learner the ability to distinguish between an emergency and an incident as well as understanding the different types of emergencies that may take place in the workplace. The learners will be able to explain the types of emergency alarms in the workplace, the procedures for responding to them and the methods and procedures, which need to be applied in an assembly area after an alarm.
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