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SHE Representative (SS) AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 550.00 29/08/2020 27/07/2021 59
Basic Fire (SS) Apply fire fighting techniques AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 450.00 16/02/2021 28/07/2021 59
SHE Representative (CPD Points) ILT Describe the functions of the workplace health and safety representative - Certificate of Successfully completed (5 CPD Points) 2 Day Unit Standard 259622 Training course Outcomes Describing the framework of workplace health and safety legislation pertaining to health and safety representatives. Explaining the specified requirements to conduct safety, health, and environmental representation activities at a working place. Addressing safety, health, and environment-related issues within their scope of authority. Complying with the activities within safety, health, and environmental structures. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 650.00 16/02/2021 28/07/2021 60
Incident Investigation (Accredited) ILT Conduct an investigation into workplace safety, health, and environmental incidents - Certificate of Successfully completed (5 CPD Points) 2 Day Unit Standard 259617 and 259610 Training course Outcomes Describing requirements for workplace safety, health, and environment incident investigation. Gathering information for workplace safety, health, and environment incident investigations. Conducting post-investigation activities. Providing an overview of the current, relevant legislation pertaining to compensation for occupational injuries and diseases. Describing the compensation procedure for occupational injuries and diseases. Completing Compensation Commissioner documentation for occupational injuries and diseases. UNIT STANDARD REQUIREMENTS LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING Communication at NQF Level 1 or equivalent. Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 1 or equivalent. Notional Hours - Notional learning hours are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course unit or program. 4 Credits = 40 hours = 4 days Total 2 days theory (Class time) 3 days Practical Notional learning time includes teaching contact time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical's, workshops, fieldwork etc.), time spent on preparing and carrying out formative and summative assessments (written coursework, oral presentations, exams, etc.) and time spent on private study, workplace Implementation. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 1250.00 18/02/2021 28/07/2021 58
SHE Inspection (SS) AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 350.00 18/02/2021 27/07/2021 59
Incident Investigation (SS) AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 750.00 19/02/2021 28/07/2021 59
Basic Fire (Accredited) ILT Apply fire fighting techniques and Communication - Competency Certificate 1 Day Unit Standard 252250 PURPOSE OF THE UNIT STANDARDS A learner credited with this unit standard will be capable of identifying, containing, preventing, and extinguishing different types of fires by operating basic fire fighting equipment.   UNIT STANDARD REQUIREMENTS LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING • Communication at ABET Level 3 or equivalent. • Mathematical Literacy at ABET Level 3 or equivalent. Notional Hours - Notional learning hours’ are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course unit or program. 3 Credits = 30 hours = 4 days Total 1 days theory (Class time) 3 days Practical Notional learning time includes teaching contact time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical's, workshops, fieldwork etc.), time spent on preparing and carrying out formative and summative assessments (written coursework, oral presentations, exams, etc.) and time spent on private study, workplace Implementation. TRAINING COURSE OUTCOMES Unit Standard 252250 • Identifying different types of fires. • Explaining and practice fire prevention. • Operating basic fire fighting equipment. • Perform basic fire fighting procedures AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 650.00 14/03/2021 28/07/2021 58
Basic Fire (CPD Points) ILT Apply fire fighting techniques - Certificate of Successfully completed (CPD Points) CPD Points Apply firefighting techniques and Communication - Certificate of Successfully completed (CPD Points) 1 Day Unit Standard 252250 Training course Outcomes • Identifying different types of fires. • Explaining and practice fire prevention. • Operating basic firefighting equipment. • Perform basic firefighting procedures AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 550.00 14/03/2021 27/07/2021 60
SHE Representative (Accredited) ILT Functions of the health and Safety Representative and workplace Safety Inspection - Certificate of Successfully completed (5 CPD Points) 2 Day Unit Standard 259622 and 259619 Training course Outcomes Describing the framework of workplace health and safety legislation pertaining to health and safety representatives. Explaining the specified requirements to conduct safety, health, and environmental representation activities at a working place. Addressing safety, health, and environment-related issues within their scope of authority. Complying with the activities within safety, health, and environmental structures. Explaining the relevant legal requirements to conduct Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections. Planning Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections. Conducting inspections to identify non-compliance in the workplace. Reporting on Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections. UNIT STANDARD REQUIREMENTS LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING Communication at NQF Level 1 or equivalent. Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 1 or equivalent. Notional Hours - Notional learning hours are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course unit or program. 6 Credits = 60 hours = 4 days Total 2 days theory (Class time) 4 days Practical Notional learning time includes teaching contact time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical's, workshops, fieldwork etc.), time spent on preparing and carrying out formative and summative assessments (written coursework, oral presentations, exams, etc.) and time spent on private study, workplace Implementation. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 850.00 13/07/2021 27/07/2021 58
Incident Investigation (CPD Points) ILT Conduct an investigation into workplace safety, health, and environmental incidents - Certificate of Successfully completed (5 CPD Points) 2 Day Unit Standard 259617 Training course Outcomes Describing requirements for workplace safety, health, and environment incident investigation. Gathering information for workplace safety, health, and environment incident investigations. Conducting post-investigation activities. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 900.00 15/07/2021 28/07/2021 60
First Aid Level 1 (SS) AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 650.00 19/07/2021 28/07/2021 59
First Aid Level 1 (CPD Points) ILT Perform basic life support and first aid procedures - Certificate of Successfully completed (CPD Points) 2 Day Unit Standard 119567 Training course Outcomes Demonstrate an understanding of emergency scene management Demonstrate an understanding of elementary anatomy and physiology Assess an emergency situation Apply First Aid procedures to the life-threatening situation Treat common injuries AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 750.00 23/07/2021 28/07/2021 60
First Aid Level 1 (Accredited) ILT Perform basic life support and first aid procedures - Certificate of Successfully completed (CPD Points) 2 Day Unit Standard 119567 Training course Outcomes Demonstrate an understanding of emergency scene management Demonstrate an understanding of elementary anatomy and physiology Assess an emergency situation Apply First Aid procedures to the life-threatening situation Treat common injuries AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 850.00 23/07/2021 27/07/2021 58
SHE Inspection (CPD Points) ILT Conduct workplace Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections - Certificate of Successfully completed (CPD Points) 1 Day Unit Standard 259619 Training course Outcomes Explaining the relevant legal requirements to conduct Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections. Planning Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections. Conducting inspections to identify non-compliance in the workplace. Reporting on Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 450.00 23/07/2021 27/07/2021 60
SHE Inspection (Accredited) ILT Conduct workplace Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections - Certificate of Successfully completed (CPD Points) 1 Day Unit Standard 259619 Training course Outcomes Explaining the relevant legal requirements to conduct Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections. Planning Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections. Conducting inspections to identify non-compliance in the workplace. Reporting on Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 450.00 23/07/2021 27/07/2021 58
HCS (Accredited) ILT Monitor and make recommendations on the application of health and safety principles regarding hazardous substances in the workplace - Competency Certificate 2 Day Unit Standard 120370 PURPOSE OF THE UNIT STANDARD This unit standard requires of learners to demonstrate the ability to monitor, advise and report on compliance with legislation regarding hazardous substances. Learners credited with this unit standard are capable of: Monitoring, advising, and reporting on the scope and understanding of the specified requirements as regards hazardous substances in a workplace. Demonstrating knowledge pertaining to the application of methods in preventing exposure to hazardous substances in a workplace. Demonstrating knowledge pertaining to the classification, physical state, health effects, and disposal methods of hazardous substances in a workplace. LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING The Unit Standard outcomes and credits are based on the assumption that learners attempting this Unit Standard can already read, write and communicate at NQF Level 3 or equivalent. Notional Hours - Notional learning hours are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course unit or program. 3 Credits = 30 hours = 4 days Total 2 days theory (Class time) 2 days Practical in a workplace Notional learning time includes teaching contact time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical's, workshops, fieldwork etc.), time spent on preparing and carrying out formative and summative assessments (written coursework, oral presentations, exams, etc.) and time spent on private study, workplace Implementation. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 1500.00 24/07/2021 28/07/2021 58
HCS (CPD Points) ILT Monitor and make recommendations on the application of health and safety principles regarding hazardous substances in the workplace - Competency Certificate 2 Day Unit Standard 120370 PURPOSE OF THE UNIT STANDARD This unit standard requires of learners to demonstrate the ability to monitor, advise and report on compliance with legislation regarding hazardous substances. Learners credited with this unit standard are capable of: Monitoring, advising, and reporting on the scope and understanding of the specified requirements as regards hazardous substances in a workplace. Demonstrating knowledge pertaining to the application of methods in preventing exposure to hazardous substances in a workplace. Demonstrating knowledge pertaining to the classification, physical state, health effects, and disposal methods of hazardous substances in a workplace. LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING The Unit Standard outcomes and credits are based on the assumption that learners attempting this Unit Standard can already read, write and communicate at NQF Level 3 or equivalent. Notional Hours - Notional learning hours are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course unit or program. 3 Credits = 30 hours = 4 days Total 2 days theory (Class time) 2 days Practical in a workplace Notional learning time includes teaching contact time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical's, workshops, fieldwork etc.), time spent on preparing and carrying out formative and summative assessments (written coursework, oral presentations, exams, etc.) and time spent on private study, workplace Implementation. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 1250.00 24/07/2021 28/07/2021 60
HCS (SS) Monitor and make recommendations on the application of health and safety principles regarding hazardous substances in the workplace - Successfully completed the course 2 Day Unit Standard 120370 PURPOSE OF THE UNIT STANDARD This unit standard requires of learners to demonstrate the ability to monitor, advise and report on compliance with legislation regarding hazardous substances. Learners credited with this unit standard are capable of: Monitoring, advising, and reporting on the scope and understanding of the specified requirements as regards hazardous substances in a workplace. Demonstrating knowledge pertaining to the application of methods in preventing exposure to hazardous substances in a workplace. Demonstrating knowledge pertaining to the classification, physical state, health effects, and disposal methods of hazardous substances in a workplace. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 900.00 24/07/2021 28/07/2021 59
Legislation and Legal liability (Accredited) ILT Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of relevant current occupational health and safety legislation Participate in the implementation and evaluation of a safety and health management program in the workplace - Competency Certificate 5 Day Unit Standard 120344, 259601 PURPOSE OF THE UNIT STANDARDS Learners found competent in this unit standard will be able to explain the basic principles of relevant current health and safety legislation and the consequences of non-compliance. Learners credited with this unit standard will be able to explain the importance of integrating safety and health considerations in routine activities within the workplace and identify the critical areas in order to prevent incidents from taking place. Learners will be able to measure safety performance against established objectives, deal with any deviations from the set objectives and make recommendations on the development of the safety and health management program. UNIT STANDARD REQUIREMENTS LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING Communication at NQF Level 2 Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 2 Course Outcomes Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of the relevant legislation. Explain the requirements for compliance as stipulated in the current legislation. Determine the management controls required under legislation to achieve compliance. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of record-keeping required by the legislation. Explain the legal obligations of the employer in terms of training and communication. Explaining the requirements for the implementation of a safety and health management program in the workplace. Implementing the procedures for evaluating safety and health performance in a workplace, as required by the safety and health management program. Evaluating performance of workplace safety activities required by the safety and health management program. Notional Hours - Notional learning hours are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course unit or program. 4 Credits = 40 hours = 5 days Total 2 days theory (Class time) 3 days Practical Implementation in the Workplace Notional learning time includes teaching contact time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical's, workshops, fieldwork etc.), time spent on preparing and carrying out formative and summative assessments (written coursework, oral presentations, exams, etc.) and time spent on private study, workplace Implementation. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 1450.00 02/08/2021 02/08/2021 58
Legislation and Legal liability (CPD Points) ILT Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of relevant current occupational health and safety legislation - SAIOHS Endorsed Certificate 5 Day Unit Standard 120344 PURPOSE OF THE UNIT STANDARDS Learners found competent in this unit standard will be able to explain the basic principles of relevant current health and safety legislation and the consequences of non-compliance. UNIT STANDARD REQUIREMENTS LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING Communication at NQF Level 2 Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 2 Course Outcomes Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of the relevant legislation. Explain the requirements for compliance as stipulated in the current legislation. Determine the management controls required under legislation to achieve compliance. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of record-keeping required by the legislation. Explain the legal obligations of the employer in terms of training and communication. Notional Hours - Notional learning hours are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course unit or program. 4 Credits = 40 hours = 5 days Total 2 days theory (Class time) 3 days Practical Implementation in the Workplace Notional learning time includes teaching contact time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical's, workshops, fieldwork etc.), time spent on preparing and carrying out formative and summative assessments (written coursework, oral presentations, exams, etc.) and time spent on private study, workplace Implementation. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 1100.00 02/08/2021 02/08/2021 60
Legislation and Legal liability (SS) Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of relevant current occupational health and safety legislation - SAIOHS Endorsed Certificate 5 Day Unit Standard 120344 PURPOSE OF THE UNIT STANDARDS Learners found competent in this unit standard will be able to explain the basic principles of relevant current health and safety legislation and the consequences of non-compliance. UNIT STANDARD REQUIREMENTS LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING Communication at NQF Level 2 Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 2 Course Outcomes Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of the relevant legislation. Explain the requirements for compliance as stipulated in the current legislation. Determine the management controls required under legislation to achieve compliance. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of record-keeping required by the legislation. Explain the legal obligations of the employer in terms of training and communication. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: ▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. ▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter. ▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 850.00 02/08/2021 02/08/2021 59
Safety Officer NQF Level 5 SAFETY OFFICER NQF 5 46 Credits Notional Hours - Notional learning hours are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course unit or program. 46 Credits = 460 hours = 58 days Total 18 days Theory and 40 Practical at a workplace Notional learning time includes teaching contact time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical's, workshops, fieldwork etc.), time spent on preparing and carrying out formative and summative assessments (written coursework, oral presentations, exams, etc.) and time spent on private study, workplace Implementation. Unit Standard Requirements Learner Assumed to be in place of: Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 4. Communication at NQF Level 4. Course Outcomes Plan, organize, implement and control record-keeping systems Create a record-keeping system Maintain and update the record-keeping system Locate and provide records to users on request Identify responsibilities of a team leader in ensuring that organizational standards are met Explaining the role of a team leader. Explaining the purpose of a team. Contracting with a team to obtain commitment. Monitoring the achievement of team objectives. Facilitate the development, implementation, and maintenance of a Safety, Health, and Environment management system Discussing fundamental issues pertaining to occupational safety, health, and environment. Demonstrating an understanding of Safety Theories and Principles. Applying the fundamentals of Risk Management. Applying safety, health, and environment management systems. Demonstrate understanding of occupational health and safety legislation in the workplace Discussing pertinent occupational health and safety legislation applicable to a specific workplace. Discussing and explaining the application of the common law principles pertinent to health and safety in the workplace. Explaining the principles of the law of delict and of criminal law applicable to an accident occurring in the workplace. Applying the current Act for compensation for occupational injuries and diseases in the workplace. Conduct a baseline risk assessment and take appropriate action Explaining the specified requirements to conduct a baseline risk assessment. Preparing for a baseline risk assessment. Conducting a baseline risk assessment. Initiating remedial actions for hazards identified and risks assessed. Apply specialist incident investigation techniques to a specific incident in a work environment Explain the theory and principles of incident investigation. Explain the initial response required at an incident scene. Investigate the incident, gather evidence, and describe the review/follow-up processes. Conduct, report, and follow up on a pre-use, safety, and/or audit inspection Monitoring the achievement of team objectives. Prepare for the inspections. Conduct pre-use, safety, and audit inspections. Initiate immediate remedial action where necessary. Report on and follow up on inspection results. AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on: ▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards ▪Legal Requirements ▪Best Practices The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content: Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements. We include relevant articles on the subject matter. We include descriptive images of the subject matter. Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter. Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa 20000.00 02/08/2021 04/08/2021 61