Health & Safety Seminars

SEMINARS

Attending a seminar has numerous benefits, including improving communication skills, gaining expert knowledge, networking with others and renewing motivation and confidence.

Half Day Health & Safety Seminars

Book your place on any of these exciting seminars now!

Please Note: Group Bookings Only

 

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Venue: Our Offices

Number of Delegates Required: 5

Venue: On Site

Number of Delegates Required: 5

Duration

08h30 – 12h00 or 12h00 – 15h30

Location

PST Rosenpark, Bellville or On Site.

Dates

On Request

Includes

  • Seminar handouts
  • Training Folder and Pen
  • Refreshments
  • Attendance Certificate (PDF)
HIV / Aids & TB Awareness

HIV/Aids & Tuberculosis (TB) Awareness

  • What is HIV & AIDS?
  • What are Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI’s)
  • You can get HIV from?
  • You cannot get HIV from?
  • Signs of HIV Infection
  • How to protect yourself against STI’s, HIV & AIDS
  • Learn the ABC of Safe Sex
  • Steps to use a Condom (Male & Female)
  • Advantages & Disadvantages of using Condoms
  • Infections associated with HIV/Aids
  • Relationship between HIV/STI’s and Tuberculosis (TB)
  • What is Tuberculosis (TB)?
  • Symptoms of TB
  • How to get tested for TB
  • TB Treatment
  • Prevent TB to spread
Sexual Harassment

Workplace Harassment (incl. Sexual Harassment)

  • Types of harassment
    • Quid pro Quo
    • Hostile environment
  • What is sexual harassment?
    • Loss of dignity
    • Conduct
    • Favours
    • Hostile environment
  • Results of sexual harassment
    • Productivity
    • Morale
    • Law suits
  • Forms of sexual harassment and sexual
    • Favouritism
    • Physical
    • Verbal
    • Non-verbal
  • Subjects
    • Behaviour
    • Why?
    • Who and how to identify
    • Attraction vs Harassment
    • Victims
    • Claimants
    • Prevention
  • Case Studies
  • Safe working conditions
    • Policy
    • Awareness
    • Confidentiality
    • Education
    • Complaints and disciplinary process
  • Prevention
    • Exercises
Overview of OHS Act

Overview of the OHS Act

  • Purpose of the Act
  • Role Players in the OHS Arena
  • Definitions (Employer / Employee)
  • Occupational Hygiene
  • OHS Act: Section 7 – OHS Policy
  • OHS Act: Section 16 – Responsibility/Accountability of the CEO
  • OHS Act: Section 8 – Duties of the Employer
  • OHS Act: Section 9 – Duties of the Employer towards persons other than employees
  • OHS Act:  Section 13 – Duty to Inform
  • OHS Act: Section 14 – Duties of Employees
  • OHS Act:  Section 17 – Appointment of the OHS Representatives
  • OHS Act:  Section 38(2) – Offences and Penalties
  • General OHS Principals:  Unsafe Conditions
  • General OHS Principals:  Unsafe Acts
  • General OHS Principals:  Symbolic Safety Signs
  • Unsafe Acts = Accidents
  • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
  • Establishment of Health & Safety Committees
  • Health & Safety Committee Meetings
  • Scenarios:  What’s Wrong & How to Fix it
OHS Act: Management Responsibilities

OHS Act: Management’s Responsibilities

  • Introduction – Occupational Health & Safety Act 85, 1993
  • The Purpose & Aims of the Act
  • The Act & Relations
  • Management & Worker Involvement
  • Responsibilities of the Health & Safety Representative
  • Responsibilities of Managers/First-Line Supervisors
  • Hazards encountered by Employees while working
  • Management’s Health & Safety Obligations
  • OHS Act Sections:
    • Section 16.1 – Duties of CEO (Employers)
    • Section 16.2 – Duties of Managers
    • Section 8.2(i) – Duties of Supervisors
    • Section 14 & 15 – Duties of Workers
    • Section 29 – Functions of Inspectors
    • Section 30 – Special Powers of Inspectors
  • Reporting of Incidents & Occupational Diseases
  • Investigation of Incidents & Accidents
  • Purpose of Health & Safety Committees
  • Access the Level of Health & Safety Monitoring & Auditing
  • Evaluate the Level of Health & Safety Monitoring & Auditing
  • Occupational Health & Safety Implementation Plan