Accident Investigation This course is designed to advise members of an independent team on how to conduct route analysis in order to formulate final conclusions and recommendations to prevent similar accidents occurring in the future. days Environmental Audit This course is aimed to provide participants with sufficient understanding of the types, objectives and methods of conducting environmental audits to allow them to participate effectively in an audit team. days Environmental Impact Assessment The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a recognized tool for assessing the environmental consequences of a development before it is undertaken. Not only is it considered best practice internationally to undertake an EIA as early as possible in the planning stage of a project, but it is now a required process. days Waste Management Techniques This course is primarily targeted at technical staff and managers from waste producing companies and waste contractors. However, it will also be relevant to environmental regulators, insurance risk assessors, waste brokers and waste transporters. days Incident Command System Course ICS course has been recognized as an effective system of managing emergencies. It is the model for command, control and coordination of multi-agency response at site level. days Emergency Planning Course This course will introduce participants to the concepts of Emergency and crises Planning and provides a conceptual overview of planning as a means to anticipate, prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from any incident. days Specialized Modules © Safetek Consults Limited. All Rights Reserved. Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) This course provides basic for handling and precautions surrounding the use of chemicals, generic herbicides and pesticides, plus the type and correct use of PPE days Safety Audit and Inspection Most organizations have implemented an HSE Management System into their company. An essential part of any HSE-MS is to provide some means of measuring performance and to provide some means of measuring performance and to provide feedback for management review. HSE Audit and site inspections are essential elements in providing this function and auditors, regardless of experience, need to have the necessary experience in HSE to conduct an effective audit. days Behavioral Safety Audit Behavioral Safety Audit (BSA) is a line-management tool that uses a discussion-based approach to identify safety behaviors and reinforce them, identify unsafe behaviors and why they occur, and to promote a positive change in behavior. days Task Risk Assessment TRA is an essential tool for site management and site supervisors to carry responsibilities under the HSE Policy and the HSE-MS, by ensuring that the risks emanating from the various hazards are recognized, assessed and managed appropriately. days - Fork Lift Operators Safety In this course, emphasis is on individual operator responsibilities. The shift in liability from a company to the operator is stressed for those who are trained and obtain a license. Operators will be trained in safety precautions, avoiding accidents, proper material handling techniques and protecting equipment and stock. days Control of Work In this course, participants will learn more about work management techniques to ensure that each required task is completed safely. Three primary factors relating to the control of work addressed are planning of work, work rules, policies, standards or procedures, and ,management, both supervision and leadership. days Permit To Work Permit To Work system course provides detailed information covering the principles of Permit To Work Systems – Isolation – Objectives – Permit Monitoring – F=Different Types of permit – Application for the Issue of a Permit – Interaction and Crossreferencing – Pre-issue Precautions- Permit Signatories – Permit Display – Permit Validity – Permit Suspension – Shift Handover procedures – Completion of Work & Permit Closure. days Safe Cranege & Lifting Operation This course provides workers with the necessary knowledge and skills to safely locate and re-locate materials using cranes. It is also the intention of this course to provide information for both those operating a crane and those supervising operations regarding methods to make this work process safe and free from the potential of death and/or injury. days Lockout and Tagout Reviews commonly accepted practices for identifying and isolating power sources that could cause a sudden release of energy and cause injury. days Confined Space Entry Special hazards are presented when people must work inside a tank or other confined space. Practices and procedures for doing this type of work safely are covered in this module. days Line Breaking Dangerous materials can be released when opening pipelines or vessels. Special precautions and permitting are presented in this section for supervisors that can reduce exposure of these hazards to workers who must break into closed systems. days Hot Work/Welding This Module reviews procedures and systems for doing welding and burning work. It discusses permitting, checklists and individual responsibilities of all parties involved in doing jobs where flames, sparks or overheating might cause a fire or explosion. days Excavations Holes or ditches can easily cave in trapping people who must work within their confines. Precautions are reviewed for shoring, sloping and other practices which can significantly reduce the danger of being trapped underneath the dirt that may surround an area being dug or trenched. days Chemical Safety Nearly all industrial operations have some operations that require the handling of certain hazardous chemicals. Basic precautions are reviewed for understanding the different chemical hazards and the safe handling of these materials to prevent injury or illness from exposure. days Contractor Safety Contract employees may be used to do certain kinds of work in a plant. This module reviews some of the expectations for both the company and the contractor. Pre-work reviews, orientation to hazards and agreement of procedures should be part of a Contractor Declaration to reduce chance of accidents to both employees of the company as well as the contract employees. days Electrical Safety Basic precautions when working around electrical equipment such as switches, circuits, wiring and motors are the focus of this unit. It will help the supervisor get an understanding or voltage, current and levels of potential exposure that can produce from a tingle to electrocution. days Ergonomics Supervisors will study job and environmental factors that can influence how people do their work. This will include how production flows, types of tools and equipment, physical arrangement of work station and similar factors can introduce unnecessary stress or fatigue. Fire Prevention/Equipment When a fire occurs, do you know what to do until the fire brigade arrives on the scene. This module discusses some of the key things that a supervisor should know about fire protection equipment in his/her department that may prevent a small fire from becoming a disaster. days - days - Laboratory Safety Safety in the laboratory concerns all who work in or around a lab setting. Labs have many materials that may cause serious injury or illness if not properly handled. Handling techniques, mixing procedures, ventilation and special protective equipment are covered in this extensive Module. Material Handling and Lift Trucks More injuries are caused by material handling than by any other cause. Many of the hand and back injuries are the direct result of trying to move some item from one place to another. Lift trucks can reduce some of the physical manual handling, but require special precautions to operate them safely. Supervisors will learn how many of these dangers can be reduced. days - days - Office Safety Most people think of offices as being safe. But, many of the tripping, slipping, falling and material handling hazards are present in the office environment that may cause one of your people to be injured. Different exposures are reviewed and sound, basic actions for prevention are discussed. day Personal Protective Equipment Supervisors should be aware of the different personal protective equipment that are available as a last defense in protecting hearing, eyes, feet and the human body in general. The types of equipment and their proper use are reviewed in this unit. day Power and Mechanical Equipment Mechanical equipment may cause serious injuries because of the power these devices often have. Guarding methods such as barriers, interlocks, and restraints are discussed as specific ways of preventing workers from coming into action areas of machinery. day Worker's Compensation Supervisors should have a basic understanding of Worker's Compensation procedures. This Module reviews the role of the supervisor in getting required compensation of wages for injured or ill employees caused by exposure to work hazards. day Scaffolding Awareness Training Course day H2S Basic Course day Workshop Safety day Heat Stress Safety day Food Hygiene Course day Defensive Driving Course day Liquid Hydrocarbon Tank fires; prevention & response day Hazardous Substances in refineries, tank farms and refined products storage areas day day Basic First Aid day Hotel Fire Safety day Hazards of Water day +234 8025436653