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PROFESSIONAL GENERAL CERTIFICATE IN HSE

 

COURSE OVERVIEW

 

Aims                                               

To introduce participants to General HSE and give an understanding of how HSE matters will affect their work and their responsibilities at their level of operation. To ensure participants understand and apply the HSE Management System within the work environment under their control, with a particular focus on the practical application and integration of HSE in the workplace.

Benefits for the staff

  • Increased awareness regarding the safety standards and requirements.
  • Reduced frequency of errors.
  • Up-gradation in the knowledge.
  • Convenient learning because of the Video & slide shows.

Benefits for the Organizations

  • Maintaining the records regarding the safety classes conducted.
  • Increased reputation.
  • Lesser supervision required after the completion of the training.
  • Uniform training of innumerable staff members in house through this pack.

Outcomes
On completion of this training session, each participant will:

  • Ensure that HSE Policy and Strategic Objectives influence working practices within their area of control
  • Organize work so that it is done by competent people to an approved process
  • Apply the Hazards and Effects Management Process (HEMP) to minimize and manage risks in the planning and implementation of work
  • Use and apply agreed processes for the planning of work
  • Ensure plans are implemented and results monitored to ensure compliance
  • Contribute to the audit process and verify risk control within their own work area
  • Understand Occupational Health and Environmental issues and management
  • Describe a responsible approach to HSE management.
  • Describe their role in providing leadership and in showing commitment to improving HSE performance,
  • State the intent of the HSE Policy and Objectives,
  • Describe their responsibilities with regard to work planning and the implementation of procedures,
  • Apply the Hazards & Effect Management Process to a variety of work activities,
  • Describe their HSE responsibilities when carrying out work and state the purpose of their responsibilities for work verification,
  • Demonstrate visible leadership and commitment to support the HSE Management System
  • Ensure the HSE Policy and Strategic Objectives influence working practices within their area of control
  • Ensure the organizational infrastructure is in place to manage the HSE system
  • Ensure the necessary documentation and control procedures are in place and used, to assure the integrity of HSE-MS
  • Communicate useful HSE-MS information to staff, check understanding, stimulate and respond positively to feedback on HSE issues
  • Actively promote the use of the HEMP process to minimize and manage risks in the planning and implementation of work processes
  • Contribute to the audit process and take positive action in response to audits received for processes within their own work area
  • Understand the approach to practice of occupational heath, environment and sustainable development
  • State the common causes of fire.
  • Describe fixed and mobile fire extinguishing system.
  • Operate fire extinguishers, fire hose reels and fire blankets,
  • State the nature of fire
  • Select and operate different types of fire extinguisher
  • Use fire blankets and hose reels
  • Demonstrate the actions when escaping and evacuating a smoke filled environment
  • Demonstrate basic emergency first aid i.e. ABC’s and CPR
  • Carry out self rescue without respiratory protection from areas subject to smoke.

Synopsis
Fundamentals of Health, Safety and Environment          

  • Introduction                                                                                                          
  • The Scope of Occupational Health, Safety and Environment                
  • HSE Concerns                                                                                         
  • HSE Legislations                                                                                      
  • HSE Management Systems                                                                                
  • HSE Policy                                                                                                          
  • Organizing                                                                                                
  • Planning and Implementation                                                                              
  • Measuring Performance                                                                          
  • Auditing and Reviewing Performance                                                     
  • Hazards and Effects Management Process (Hemp)                                          
  • HSE – MS and Control Measures                                                                       
  • Risk Management                                                                                                           
  • Hazard                                                                                                                 
  • Risk Assessment                                                                                     
  • Supervise                                                                                                                         
  • Job Safety (Hazard) Analysis (JSA )                                                      
  • Permit to Work System                                                                                                   
  • Safety Meetings                                                                                       
  • HSE Communication                                                                                           
  • Security Issues                                                                                        
  • Counter Security Measures                                                                                 
  • Contingency Management                                                                                  
  • Environmental Issues                                                                                          
  • Community Affairs Issues                                                                                   
  • Safety Statistics and Reports                  

Workplace Health, Safety and Environment

  • Accidents                                                                                                 
  • Accident Investigation and Record Keeping                                                       
  • Health and Hygiene                                                                                             
  • Workplace Hazards                                                                                             
  • Chemical Safety                                                                                      
  • Electrical Safety                                                                                      
  • Lock Out and Tag Out                                                                             
  • Confined (Permit) Space Entry                                                               
  • Personal Protective Equipment                                                               
  • Respiratory Protection                                                                             
  • Machine Safety                                                                                       
  • House Keeping                                                                                        
  • Slips, Trips and Falls                                                                                            
  • Manual Handling and Safe Lifting                                                                       
  • Water Safety                                                                                                        
  • Road Safety                                                                                                         
  • Office HSE                                                                                                          

First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

  • Introduction                                                                                                          
  • First Aid-DRABC                                                                                     
  • Scope of First Aid                                                                                    
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation                                                              
  • Hypoxia                                                                                                    
  • Airway Obstruction                                                                                              
  • Shock                                                                                                                   
  • Wounds                                                                                                    
  • Bleeding                                                                                                   
  • Sudden Illness                                                                                          
  • Stroke                                                                                                                  
  • Seizures                                                                                                   
  • Head Injury                                                                                                          
  • Fracture                                                                                                   
  • Dislocation                                                                                                           
  • Sprain                                                                                                                   
  • Strain                                                                                                                    
  • Spinal Injury                                                                                                         
  • Burns                                                                                                                    
  • Eye Injury                                                                                                 
  • Electrical Injury                                                                                        
  • Effects of Heat                                                                                        
  • Snake bite                                                                                                

Fire Prevention, Protection and Emergency Response

  • Introduction                                                                                                          
  • Elements of Fire                                                                                      
  • Classes of Fire                                                                                         
  • Incipient Level Fires                                                                                             
  • Causes of Fire                                                                                                     
  • Principles of Fire Prevention                                                                               
  • Principles of Fire Extinguishment                                                            
  • Fire Extinguishing Agents                                                                        
  • Fire Protection Technologies                                                                               
  • Fire Detection Equipments                                                                                  
  • Fire Fighting Equipment                                                                           
  • Color Coding        
  • Emergency Response Procedures                                                         
  • PASS Techniques

Program Modes

  • Straight week program -( weekday  lectures, practical and examination)
  • Weekend program- Saturdays only ( weekend lectures, practical and examination)
  • Distance learning program- Revisions contacts, practical and examination)

Examination
We have sets of EXAMS for each of the package in addition to practical assignments which you must pass before certification. Pass mark is 50%. If you fail any of the exams, you would be required to re-sit it at the cost N3000 per paper.

Payment Method
Payment in any convenient instalment is allowed, however candidate must complete payment before any specified examination date. Rush and register now. All payment shall be paid with POS in our office or transferred directly into any of our banks accounts or by cheque made in favor of Safeguard Resources and Technologies Limited. See bank details below:

NAIRA ACCOUNT NAME

BANK ADDRESS

ACCOUNT NO.

Safeguard Resources and Technologies Limited

Guaranty Trust Bank Plc

0039 7002 71

Safeguard Resources and Technologies Limited

First City Monument Bank

0454 2340 12

The course fee covers: registration, examination fee, tuition, course materials, tea break and lunch break. After payment and registration, you will receive the complete course material ahead of the training.

The course fee covers: registration, examination fee, tuition, course materials, tea break and lunch break. After payment and registration, you will receive the complete course material ahead of the training.

Duration, Delegates and Responsibilities
The duration of the course is 4 days. The course is delivered in our Full Multi-Media, Air-conditioned Training Laboratory. The course can also be delivered as an in- House Training Program in your premises. For in-house training, the minimum number of persons required per class is 6 persons, if you are training a class that is less than 6 persons, your payment may cover payment for 6 persons.

We shall execute the program as presented in this schedule with our materials, equipment and instructors, and issue certificates to participants at the end of the program. If the training is holding at our Training Laboratory, we shall serve tea/coffee with snacks and lunch during the program.

If you want the training to hold in your company premises, you are to provide the training hall and serve tea/coffee with snacks and lunch during the program. If the training location is outside Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt, an additional cost to cover logistics at such a location will be added to the total cost unless provided or specific arrangement is made by the company.

TRAINING LOCATIONS
QHSE qualifications in Nigeria (Port Harcourt, Lagos and Abuja) are provided by Safeguard Resources and Technologies Limited. We offer these Courses in 3 of our training centers in Port Harcourt, Lagos and Abuja as an in-house program in company premises.

If you want the training to hold in your company premises, you are to provide the training hall and serve tea/coffee with snacks and lunch during the program. If the training location is outside Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt, an additional cost to cover logistics at such location will be added to the total cost unless provided or specific arrangement is made by the company. For information on dates and fees for each location click on the Date/Fee tab or chat with us.

  • Port Harcourt Training Center: #6 Forces Avenue, Before SPAR Back Gate, Old G.R.A Port Harcourt
  • Lagos Training Center: Office & Spaces, 122A Obadina Street, Omole Phase 1 Ikeja, Lagos.
  • Abuja   Training Center: Suite 106A, Samfa Plaza Ndola Crescent, Wuse Zone 5, Abuja.

 

 ACCREDITATION AND AFFILIATION
Our programs are approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria; we are also affiliated with many other organization and government agencies:

  • National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)
  • International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA)
  • Chartered Quality Institute (CQI)
  • National Industrial Safety Council of Nigeria (NISCN)
  • Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON)
  • Department of Petroleum Resources
  • St. John Ambulance
  • Nigeria Red Cross Society
  • Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)
  • Federal Fire Service
  • National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA)
  • National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA)
  • Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)
  • National Fire Prevention Project
  • Fire Protection Association
  • Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment
  • Federal Ministry of Health
  • Federal Ministry of Environment
  • Federal Ministry of Transport

ADVANTAGE

  • Our instructors are top indigenous and expatriate professionals who have spent large number of years in the safety industry and are therefore able to temper academic theory with practical experience. They are also are acclaimed and renowned with impeccable record and experience spanning several years in safety practice.
  • With our multi-media training laboratory and our training facilities, we are ever ready to offer you training programs of the highest possible standards and which meet internationally recognized level of performance.
  • Our success story has made us an exceptional Training Center in Nigeria.  
  • Whether you are highly experienced or just taking up a new career in safety, you can take advantage of our comprehensive tutorial and excellent instructorship which put you at good standing for success in exams.
  • Only well-tutored and prepared delegates succeed in exams.

 
DATE, FEES AND REGISTRATION

The registration fee per person is N45,000.00 for Individuals N60,000.00 for  companies. To register, click appropriately as required. A hard copy of the form is available in our office and can also be mailed to you. Once we receive your registration form and payment, you will immediately receive an acknowledgment including an e-receipt and other details about the training including the training materials.

HIGHLY DEMANDED
QUALITY, HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PROGRAM
PROFESSIONAL GENERAL CERTIFICATE IN HSE

COST PER PERSON- INDIVIDUAL:N40,000.00 COMPANIES: N60,000.00

TRAINING DATES ARE AVAILABLE, PROVIDED OR ARRANGED ONLY ON DEMEND

PLEASE CALL: 0703-0162747, 0817-037 6332 or 0817-037 6331  TO BOOK OR CONFIRM DATE

YOU NEED TO FILL AND SUBMIT THE REGISTRATION FORM AND REGISTRATION CLOSES 14 DAYS BEFORE COURSE COMMENCEMENT

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