Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Training

Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Training Course Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Training
By Anslem Chow
Occupational Safety & Health (OSH):

Occupational Safety & Health Management in the Workplace

“Provide valuable and high quality insights into the safety and health requirements expected of an employer and employee.”

Anslem Chow


Master Degree Of Environmental Engineering • PSMB Certified Trainer
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Course Title:
Occupational Safety & Health Management in the Workplace
Training Category:
Health & Safety
Target Audience:
All departments from all industries.
Duration:
2 Days
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Delivery Methods
  • Language: English
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Group Discussion
  • Presentation Handouts
  • Indoor Activities
  • Participant Presentation
  • Video Presentation
  • Case Studies
  • Certificate of Participation
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Course Introduction ›

Recent significant changes to safety legislation place the onus firmly on employers to ensure a safe working environment for all employees. Employees have certain duties and responsibilities. This two-day intensive Occupational Safety & Health Management training program will provide valuable and high quality insights into the safety and health requirements expected of an employer and employee.

Management needs to understand the fundamentals to reduce accident rate in the workplace. Under current safety and health laws, the employers’ duties include a safe workplace and safe processes.

Course Objectives ›

After completing of this Occupational Safety & Health Management training program, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the legal obligations of employers/employees towards safety & health
  • Comprehend the fundamentals of loss control & to apply suitable control measures to reduce or eliminate risks
  • Ensure that the employer is aware of safety & health fundamentals
  • Ensure that the employee is aware of his responsibilities
  • Understanding the safety legal requirements & safety management techniques
  • Prepare a safety program
  • Enable safety & health committee members to perform their duties more effectively
  • Ensure the setting up & functioning of the safety & health committees are in compliance with the Regulations

Course Outline ›

DAY 1

MALAYSIAN SAFETY & HEALTH LAWS & REGULATIONS

  • Factories and Machinery Act 1967
  • Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 and Regulations
  • Relevant provisions of both the Acts

COMPANY SAFETY: PREPARATION OF A SAFETY & HEALTH PROGRAM

  • Understanding safety & health requirements for management
  • The duties & responsibilities of employers & employees
  • Employers commitment to making Occupational Safety & Health Policy
  • statement and to display the policy prominently
  • Above all the Act requires self regulation & the co operation between employer & employee to ensure the work place is all the time safe, healthy and free of hazards that may endanger the safety, health and life of everyone

LOSS PREVENTION & LOSS CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS

  • Multi causative accident factors
  • HW Heinrich domino theory
  • Frank Bird loss control theory

A SAFE SYSTEM AT WORK

  • Identification& assessment
  • Controls, review, & evaluation
  • Problem solving using risk management technique
  • Hazard identification and risk assessment
  • Hazard identification & control
  • Job safety analysis

ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION

  • The role of accident / incident investigation
  • Cost of accidents
  • Causes of accidents
  • Identifying workplace hazards - methodology, developing check-lists, etc
  • How to correctly investigate accidents - techniques, training required, etc
  • Learning from OSH system failures - preventing re-occurrences
  • Establishing a Rehabilitation Policy & Procedures
  • Rehabilitation Case Studies
  • Group Discussion & Sharing of Ideas
DAY 2

ACCIDENT DATA COLLECTING AND COLLATING

  • Evaluation & assessment
  • Performance measurement
  • Case Study

CASE STUDY MACHINERY AND MECHANICAL HAZARDS AND HUMAN FACTORS

  • Relevant provisions of the Factories and Machinery Act 1967.
  • Loosing your arms or your legs
  • A real life case study of 2 workers involved in the manufacturing industry who lost limbs from machinery accidents
  • The role of legislation in machinery safety
  • Selecting the appropriate equipment
  • The role of training
  • Waiting for the accident
  • What happens after the accident
  • Why are we so reactive?

SETTING UP THE SAFETY AND HEALTH COMMITTEE IN-ACCORDANCE WITH THE REGULATIONS

The advent of Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 imposes a requirement for employers and self-employed to establish a safety and health committee when the workforce exceeds 40. The employer/self employed owe a duty towards the committee. The functions of the committee must be in-accordance with the legal requirements.

  • The formation of Safety & Health Committee requested by both management & employee representatives. The Occupational Safety & Health Committee should be effective, ongoing & proactive
  • Developing management commitment
  • Safety and Health committee organizations & functions
  • Occupational Safety and Health (Safety and Health Committee) Regulations
  • 1996
  • Some duties of the Safety & Health Committee
  • Case Study & Practical Session

WRITING THE SAFETY AND HEALTH POLICY: DEVELOPING BASIC OSH SYSTEMS/PROCEDURES

  • Establishing key elements of an Occupational Safety, Health & Rehabilitation
  • Management System
  • Ensure that OSH objectives are consistent with corporate vision & objectives
  • The role of Quality Assurance in OSH
  • Developing & implementing OSH management systems, policies & procedures
  • Auditing - OSH policy
  • Safety inspection

AN EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAMME/PLAN

  • Defining an emergency
  • Who needs an emergency plan
  • Hazard analysis to identify potential emergencies
  • Minimizing the potential outcome of the emergencies
  • Equipment, Procedures, People
  • Control organisation including communications

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