Short Course: Health Management And Administration
Course Title: Advanced Occupational Health and Safety
Venue: Mbabane, SWAZILAND
Learning Duration: 2 weeks
Starting: 6 Nov 2017 Ending: 17 Nov 2017
Fees: 1500 USD
Payment Details: to cover tuition and training materials only.
Advanced program is designed to develop leaders in the area of Occupational Health and Safety with specialized technical health and safety skills. Leading organizations work hard to provide their employees with safe, healthy workplaces. They know that anything less could reflect poorly on them and risk penalties for non-adherence to regulations. This certificate program will equip you with the knowledge and skills to develop, implement and manage strong health and safety systems. Whether you work in human resources or aspire to, or have joined a health and safety committee or task force, you'll learn how to ensure your workplace meets all the required health and safety requirements in a tight regulatory framework. You'll discover what organizations can do to prevent costly accidents that impair productivity and engage more employees in proactive health and safety measures. The intent of the program is to broaden managerial skills as well as deepening technical skills. A differentiating theme will be a focus on "system thinking" rather than "incident thinking".
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
Deepen your knowledge of occupational health and safety systems;
Get to know the managerial issues surrounding occupational health and
Understand the costs and causes of workplace accidents;
Become familiar with accident prevention strategies.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The course is designed for supervisors, managers, and OHS leaders. It includes advanced programming in Occupational Health & Safety as well as courses in health leadership and management.
Systematic approach to managing OHS
OHS information and data analysis;
Reporting and recording OHS incidents
Analyze and evaluate OHS risk
Application of ergonomic principles to control OHS risk
Application of occupational hygiene principles to control OHS risk
Developing and implementing crisis management processes