Working at Heights & Confined Space

Description

Confined spaces can be below or above ground. Confined spaces can be found in almost any workplace. A confined space, despite its name, is not necessarily small.  Working in a confined space can be very dangerous and there is a lot of knowledge to be learnt to preserve OHS for those involved. Occupational Health and Safety is all about duty of care to be owned by everyone in a workplace so that they can look after one another and live in a safe, healthy and hygienic workplace environment. The awareness aims to give an overview of the common hazards when working in  a confined space and learn how to put in place the preventative measures to control it therefore minimizing accidents and occupational illness. We also train workers to understand the intent and rationale under the OHS legislations so that everyone including supervisors and workers comply and conform to their OHS Management System procedures and processes.

Objectives:

  • Explain the intent and rationale of the OHS Philosophy and OHSMS
  • Explain duties of care of employers, workers, suppliers, manufacturers, installers & others
  • Understand the legal and general OHS requirements when working at heights and in confined spaces
  • Understand the criteria of a confined space
  • Explain some common hazards and risks when working at heights and in a confined space
  • Demonstrate the legal compliance under the HASAW (General Workplace Conditions Regulations 2003)
  • Demonstrate the system conformance to OHSMS to foster a safe work environment in a confined space setting and general principles of safety when working at heights
  • WAH Hazard Management which include risk assessment, control measures and investigation

Content:

  •  The important of OHS in the Workplace
  • Introduction to Human Dimension
  • Understand the key Legal Requirements of the HASAW (GWC) Regulations 2003
  • Understand what is a confined space?
  • Understand some common hazards working in a confined space setting
  • Learn how to identify Hazard and assess the risks working in a confined space setting
  • Fall arrest and restraint
  • Scaffolding and structured frames
  • Demolition of above ground structure
  • Roof work
  • Learn the Hierarchy of Control measures to prevent accident and illness
  • Introduction to manage OHSMS in the working in a confined space workplace
  • Learn how to resolve issues arises in the workplace
  • Learn the basic OHSMS Audit and preventative processes
Course ID
WHS07
Duration
1 Day
CPD Hours
6
Fee
F$250.00

2020 Training Schedule

Suva
Jul 31, Mar 31
Nadi
Not Offered
Lautoka
Not Offered
Labasa
Not offered

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If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask us. Please also call us or email us before visiting to make sure that you will be served with our best services.

GENERAL ENQUIRIES

+679  331 2297
[email protected] 

TRAINING ADVISE:

Naomi Coalala
Manager – Business Development
+679  331 2193
[email protected] 

IN-HOUSE REQUESTS:

Vishal Parkas
Marketing & Admin Officer
+679  331 2193
[email protected] 

CORPORATE LEARNING SOLUTIONS 

Verleshwar Singh
Head – Workforce Development Training Unit
+679  331 2195 / +679  999 3659
[email protected] 

 

TRAINING REGISTRATION FORM

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Descriptions

What exactly makes a decision ethical? The problem with ethics is that what may seem morally right (or ethical) to one person may seem appalling to another. This workshop will not provide you with an easy way to solve every ethical decision you will ever have to make. It will, however, help you define your ethical framework to make solving those ethical dilemmas easier. We’ll also look at some tools that you can use when you’re faced with an ethical decision. And, we’ll look at some techniques you can use so you don’t get stuck in an ethical quandary. Best of all, we’ll look at a lot of case studies so that you can practice making decisions in a safe environment.

Objectives:

  • Understand the difference between ethics and morals
  • Understand the value of ethics
  • Identify some of your values and moral principles
  • Be familiar with some philosophical approaches to ethical decisions
  • Identify some ways to improve ethics in your office
  • Know what is required to start developing an office code of ethics
  • Know some ways to avoid ethical dilemmas
  • Have some tools to help you make better decisions
  • Be familiar with some common ethical dilemmas

Content:

  • What are ethics? Why bother with ethics?
  • Taking your moral temperature
  • Kohlberg’s six stages
  • Philosophical approaches
  • Avoiding ethical dilemmas
  • Pitfalls and excuses
  • Developing an office code of ethics
  • 22 keys to an ethical office
  • Decision making tools
  • Handling dilemmas with company policy, co-workers, clients, and supervisors
  • What to do when you make a mistake
Course ID
WHS07
Duration
1 Day
CPD Hours
6
Fee
F$250.00

2020 Training Schedule

Suva
Jul 31, Mar 31
Nadi
Not Offered
Lautoka
Not Offered
Labasa
Not offered

Register now to secure your spot ! Register on the right >>

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask us. Please also call us or email us before visiting to make sure that you will be served with our best services.

GENERAL ENQUIRIES

+679  331 2297
[email protected] 

TRAINING ADVISE:

Naomi Coalala
Manager – Business Development
+679  331 2193
[email protected] 

IN-HOUSE REQUESTS:

Vishal Parkas
Marketing & Admin Officer
+679  331 2193
[email protected] 

CORPORATE LEARNING SOLUTIONS 

Verleshwar Singh
Head – Workforce Development Training Unit
+679  331 2195 / +679  999 3659
[email protected] 

 

TRAINING REGISTRATION FORM

Training Registration Form
First
Last
We need 1 valid ID for maintaining your student records.