Safety & Health
Basic First Aid & CPR
Complete Occupational Safety Program
Safety Committee Implementation
HIRACR—Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment & Risk Control
Fire Fighting Program
Environment And Iso 14001 EMS
Waste Management and Minimization Compliance to Environmental Quality (Scheduled Waste) Regulations, 2005
Environmental Pollution; Prevention and Compliance to Environmental Quality Act and Subsidiary Regulations
Environmental-ISO14001 Aspects and Impacts Assessment
Environmental Health and Safety Audit and Compliance
Occupational Safety And Health And Ohsas 18001
Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 &Regulations
EHS Management System
Emergency Response Plan and Preparedness
Accident Investigation and Prevention and Reporting
Chemical Health and Risk Awareness
Laboratory Hazard and Safety
Safe Work Permit and Contractor Management
Chemical and Gas Approval Permit
Radiation Safety and Protection
Laser Safety and Protection
Factory Machinery Equipment Safety Sign Off and Regulatory Compliance Program
Hazard Identification; Risk Assessment And Control
Environmental Health and Safety Consultancy Services
EQA Legal & Legislation Compliance
OSHA Legal & Legislation Compliance
Chemical Health and Risk Assessment
Industrial Hygiene (II) Engineering Control
Others Occupational and Environmental Monitoring
1. More about OCCUPATIONAL/ BASIC FIRST AID AND CRP
The Aims of this program is to equip participants with knowledge and skill on First Aid, CPR or Emergency Response to enable them with common injuries and life - saving skill at workplace.
On successful completion of this program, the candidate will be able to deliver emergency care services as First Aide or Emergency Response Team skill fully in your organization.
INTRODUCTION TO FIRST AID & CPR
The purpose of the programmed is to provide the basic knowledge of First Aid in relatively short period of time. It covers the essential aspects of First Aid such as Basic Life Supports, Wounds & Bleeding, Fractures, Burns, and Shock etc. It serves as an Introduction to First Aid and suitable for private agencies which do not have longer training hours. The objective is to prepare lay rescuers to recognize and manage common emergencies. It would serve well with the workers, teachers and members of the general public.
BASIC FIRST AID & CPR
This course covers a wider scope to include almost all the essential aspects if First Aid at the basic level. The objective is to provide the basic grounding in First Aid and to produce a qualified First Aide. It is highly recommended for Industries, hotel lines and major companies, which have longer training hours.
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (CPR )
The purpose of the programmed is to provide the basic knowledge of Basic Life Support (HCP) in relatively short period of time. It covers the essential aspects of Airway, Breathing, Circulation & Defibrillation (A B C & D ). You will learn how to relieve choking ( FBAO ). The skills you learn in this course will enable you to recognize emergencies such as sudden cardiac arrest and how to respond to them.
COURSE OUTLINE (2 days)
Scope of First Aid
• What is First Aid
• Qualities of a First Aider
• Primary Survey – ABC
• Secondary Survey – Head to Toe Examination
• Diagnostic signs of a victim
Wounds & Bleeding
Burns & Scalds, Poisoning
• Signs / Symptoms
• Rule of Nines
Fractures and Sport Injuries Management
Dressing and Bandaging
End of Day 1
• What is CPR
• Responsibilities of a Basic Life Supported
• Primary Survey – D.R.A.B.C.
CPR Skill Station (Practical)
• Adult CPR & Adult Choking
• Child CPR & Child Choking
• Infant CPR & Infant Choking
Mock Drill (Scenario based emergencies)
Life Like Mock Drill:
After going through all the theory and practical sessions, participants will be exposed to a few lifelike mock-drill stations (scenario based) which are created by a team of professional casualty make-up artists where multiple injuries will be seen such as bleeding, amputation, penetrating would, fracture, burn, scald and spine injuries.
Based on the scenario given, participants will ask to perform first aid treatment according to the injuries and a lot of hands-on experience will be gained through out the drill.
At the same time, participants will have the opportunity to handle complicated emergency situations, experience “panic” and finally get to know the strength and weaknesses of oneself.
This is the key factor in making oneself to become
a Competent First Aider!!!
• Written Exam
• Practical Exam
2. More about SCHEDULED WASTE MANAGEMENT
According to the Waste Management and Minimization Compliance to Environmental Quality (Scheduled Waste) Regulations, 2005, “Every waste generator shall ensure that all his employees involved in the identification, handling, labelling, transportation, storage, and spillage or discharge response for scheduled wastes attend training programmes.”
This same requirement for training applies to all employees of waste contractors involved in the handling, transportation and storage of scheduled waste.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
By the end of the training, delegates will learn:
basic understanding on storage and handling of scheduled wastes and its records keeping
working knowledge on the Scheduled Waste Regulations 2005
sound understanding on the importance of records keeping such as notification of scheduled waste (Second Schedule), inventory of scheduled wastes (Fifth Schedule), consignment notes for scheduled waste (Sixth Schedule), and the purpose and use of Seventh Schedule i.e. information of scheduled wastes practical knowledge of the e-Consignment Note.
By the end of the training, delegates will be able to:
understand, implement and ensure compliance to the EQA (Scheduled Waste) Regulations 2005;
scheduled wastes will be better managed in a systematic, effective and legal manner.
This course is beneficial for:
All individuals in organizations handling scheduled wastes
It is equally beneficial for ISO 14001 Working Committee
Legal Compliance Committee members
DURATION 1 day
Introduction to Waste Management (Building Mgmt)
Identification of scheduled waste
Sorting and segregation practices
Packing, storage and labeling requirement
Disposal and treatment of scheduled wastes
Special management of scheduled waste
Records keeping, training and emergency response plan
Quiz and evaluation
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