Other training programmes:

  • Training of Health and Safety Representatives
  • Train mine health and safety committees
  • Auditing of OHSAS 18001
  • Development and Implementation of ISO 17025
  • Laboratory Safety
  • Good Laboratory Practices
  • Good manufacturing practices
  • HIRA
  • Working at Heights
  • Yellow Plant

Assessment Services:

First stage audit/ Surveillance audit/ Customer audits/Second stage audits
Is your audit date set?

Are you ready for the audit?

LSQ Consulting can assist with the assessment of your QMS/FSMS/OHSMS/EMS, to ensure that the gaps are identified, closed and you go through first time in your audit.
We will ensure that you have an auditable system that meets the requirements of certification bodies and customer auditors.


Accredited Training Programmes

Basic Fire Fighting - 252250

Duration – 1 Day
  • Identify different types of fires. 
  • Explain and practice fire prevention
  • Operate basic firefighting equipment.
Perform basic firefighting procedures

Controlling of hazardous and Dangerous Goods - 8020

Duration – 1 day
  • Identify and classify hazardous/dangerous goods
  • Handle and store hazardous/dangerous goods.
  • Implement statutory requirements.
  • Take the appropriate actions in the event of accidents or incidents

First Aid - 119567

Duration – 2 day

  • 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.

    Convey Dangerous goods by road - 123259

    Duration – 1 day
  • Comply with relevant legal documentation requirements.
  • Apply safety and standard operating procedures during loading and off-loading in terms of SANS 10231. 
  • Apply safety procedures in the event of an incident.

    Maintaining occupational Health, safety and general

     Housekeeping – 8016

    The act and regulations
    • Department of labour
    • General duties of employers towards workers
    • The right of workers to be informed
    • Duty not to interfere with or misuse objects
    • Health and safety representatives
    • Health and safety committees
    • Colour coding and demarcation
    • Emergency procedures