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Management of Occupational Safety and Health Systems and Preparation of Perational Plans



Occupational safety and health systems include standards that all aim to protect production elements, foremost of which is the human element in the organization, from exposure to accidents and injuries during work. Business organizations pay special attention to safety and occupational health systems and work on strategies to manage human resources accordingly. The safety of that workforce is of great importance, and it must be given priority when talking about any matter related to work or production.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • Identify and assess hazards in the workplace
  • Select and implement appropriate control measures
  • Develop and implement a training and communication plan
  • Investigate incidents
  • Conduct audits and identify areas for improvement

Targeted Audience:

  • Managers, engineers and supervisors in the field of occupational safety and health.
  • Safety inspectors and safety officers at various work sites.
  • Supervisors who have occupational health and safety responsibilities.
  • Managers, engineers and supervisors of construction and development projects.
  • Operations and maintenance supervisors, shift heads and work groups.
  • Engineers and supervisors in building and construction sites.
  • Engineers and technicians (all specializations).

Course Outlines:

Unit 1:

  • General introduction to OSHA and construction standards
  • Means of escape - electrical hazards.
  • The system of isolating power from the equipment and placing signs on it.
  • Locations classified as hazardous – and barriers and protection for equipment.

Unit 2:

  • Occupational health - diseases related to blood.:
  • Prevention and protection from the risk of falling - scaffolding and ladders.
  • Personal protective equipment. Respiratory protection programme.
  • Manual equipment and machinery - excavation work.

Unit 3:

  • The use of explosive materials in construction operations.
  • Fire fighting - extinguishers - classification.
  • Materials used in extinguishing fires.

Unit 4:

  • Modern alarm systems for fires.:
  • Automatic fire extinguishing systems.
  • Communicate information about hazardous chemicals.
  • Ergonomics - welding and cutting works.

Unit 5:

  • Radiation safety - flammable / combustible materials.:
  • Cranes, excavators, cranes, elevators and conveyor belts.
  • Applications, models and practical cases.
  • Workshop.

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