To know is to be aware; to be aware is the first step in safety. All personnel in every type of company or enterprise must have a sound basic understanding of what safety stands for and how each individual can be an asset or a liability to the company or enterprise. This EuroMaTech training course will motivate personnel to achieve greater safety performance standards because of the knowledge gained within the training course. There will come the realisation that safety is not a number but a value and the value has a direct effect on all personnel. The ultimate goal is that everyone returns home safely at the end of each working day.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- This Working Safely training course is suitable for all personnel within the company either as part of a refresher training course or as an introduction to safety
- Recognise their duties and responsibilities
- Determine what is a hazard and how risks are controlled
- Demonstrate how to react in case of emergencies
- Explain why all Incidents should be investigated
This EuroMaTech training course is presented face to face with power point presentations. Quizzes and videos keep the delegates active and fully involved, on the ball and never bored.
The Working Safely Training course will cover the foundations and reason for working safely. The methods for controlling risks and outline the common hazards that are encountered every day. The importance of investigating incidents as well as emergency procedures will also be discussed.
Day 1 - Introduction to Safety
- What is Safety?
- Why is safety important?
- Who is responsible for safety?
- Safety and the Law
- The Safety Policy
- Hazard and Risk
Day 2 - Common Hazards and Controls
- The control of hazards
- The evaluation of Risk
- Common Hazards
- Noise, Vibration, Temperature, Manual Handling, Violence and Bullying, Work Equipment Hazards, Transport Hazards, Electricity, Slips and Trips, Work at Height, Chemical and Biological Hazards, Stress
Day 3 - Incident Investigation, Fire and Emergency procedures
- Incident Investigation
- Why investigate Incidents
- When to investigate Incidents
- Fire and fire spread
- Fire classification
- Emergency procedures
- Programme evaluation