• 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
  • Deductions
  • Reporting to the chief inspector
  • Prosecutions
  • Occupational health and safety legislation
  • Steps to ensure health and safety in the workplace
  • Incident management system
  • Colour coding and demarcation
  • Emergency procedures

Introduction to OHSAS 18001

Duration – 1 day

• Provide learners with insight into the requirements of ISO 14001 and enable them to participate effectively in OHSAS development and related activities.

• Structure of ISO 18001

• How will OHSAS have an effect on daily basis duties?

Internal Audit for ISO 18001

Duration – 3 days
  • Learners will be given a thorough introduction to the principles of health and safety management, continual improvement and the requirements of current legislation.
  • The OHSAS 18001 approach to Occupational Health and Safety is interpreted in detail.
  • Procedures for hazard identification, risk management, emergency planning, training, communication, consultation,  and management review 
  • Using OHSAS 18001 as a model, learners will be able to define roles and responsibilities of auditors and lead auditors, and plan, co-ordinate and perform OHSAS audits.