NEBOSH IGC UK
ASNT NDT LEVEL II
BASIC OHS TRAINING
HABC FIRST AID AT WORK
BASIC FIRE FIGHTING TRAINING
SCAFFOLDING INSPECTOR TRAINING
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY & RESCUE COURSE
SAFE USE OF CRANE TRAINING
IOSH is popular because of its short-term courses that it gives to all participants, as less time and money is invested in this course every industry prefer such courses need to be taken in their organisation.
- Module -1: Introducing managing safely
- Module-2: Assessing risks.
- Module -3: Controlling risks.
- Module -4: Understanding responsibilities.
- Module -5: Understanding hazards.
- Module -6: Investigating incidents.
- Module -7: Measuring performance.
Who Should Attend
- IOSH Managing Safely is an ideal course for any individual in a supervisory or management position to understand why and how to manage safety within their organization effectively.
- IOSH Managing Safely takes participants through the essential steps in effective health and safety management, from identifying and assessing risks and developing control methodologies, to understanding personal and corporate responsibilities.
- The course also includes vital information on the importance of incident investigations and how to conduct an investigation, to identify the root causes of incidents to reduce the risk of repeating similar incidents.
- IOSH Managing Safety provides critical information on how to set leading and positive performance goals and track success against these to drive positive health and safety culture within organizations.
The course includes relevant videos and written course material. Delivery of the course involves significant amounts of group discussion and small group work, with participants expected to feed back their assessments to the wider group for discussion.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Implement risk assessment methods to identify and rank health and safety risks within their business
- Develop controls to reduce or mitigate these risks to minimize business exposure
- Understand both personal and corporate responsibilities relating to health and safety
- Have an understanding of how to investigate incidents to reduce the likelihood of reoccurrence.
- Develop methods of measuring performance against health and safety targets.
- IOSH Managing Safely is designed for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organization worldwide. The course provides the knowledge, skills and tools to tackle the safety and health issues that they’re responsible for.
- Importantly, Managing Safely makes a powerful case for safety and health being an integral part of day-to-day management and business.
- Hazard identification
- Risk assessment and risk ranking
- Health and safety critical control selection and implementation
- Incident investigation tools
- Performance measurement
Successful participants are awarded an IOSH Managing Safely certificate.
International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety
NEBOSH IGC Course Details. The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) is an UK based Board found in 1979, provides a numerous education program in which NEBOSH IGC is the most admired and wanted course by a number of people and HSE professionals.
Assessment Type Assessment Time
Question Papers(IGC 1) 2 hours
Practical Assessment(IGC 2) 3 hours
About the course
NEBOSH International General Certificate is a globally recognized health and safety qualification intended for companies or individuals working to international standards with regards to Health, Safety & Environment. This course focuses on the International Labor Standards (ILO) codes of practice. Upon successful completion of the certificate, delegates can apply for a membership with Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and/or International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) as its qualification meets the academic requirements for Technician Membership (Tech IOSH) of IOSH and Associate membership (AIIRSM) of the IIRSM.
Unit IG1: Management of Health and Safety
- Why we should manage workplace health and safety.
- How health and safety management systems work and what they look like.
- Managing risk – understanding people and processes.
- Health and safety monitoring and measuring.
Unit IG2: Risk Assessment
- Physical and psychological health.
- Musculoskeletal health.
- Chemical and biological agents.
- General workplace issues.
- Work equipment.
- Unit IG1 is assessed by a two-hour written examination.
- Unit IG2 is assessed by a three hour practical assessment carried out in your workplace (or another suitable workplace).
ASNT LEVEL II – NDT COURSES OVERVIEW
Dye Penetrant Testing:
Dye penetrant testing (DPT) or liquid penetrate testing (LPT) is a widely applied and low-cost inspection method used to check surface-breaking defects in all non-porous materials (metals, plastics, or ceramics). The penetrant may be applied to all non-ferrous materials and ferrous materials, although for ferrous components magnetic-particle inspection is often used instead for its subsurface detection capability. LPI is used to detect casting, forging and welding surface defects such as hairline cracks, surface porosity, leaks in new products, and fatigue cracks on in-service components.
Magnetic Particle Testing:
Magnetic Particle Testing (MPT), also referred to as Magnetic Particle Inspection, is a nondestructive examination (NDE) technique used to detect surface and slightly subsurface flaws in most ferromagnetic materials such as iron, nickel, and cobalt, and some of their alloys. Because it does not necessitate the degree of surface preparation required by other nondestructive test methods, conducting MPT is relatively fast and easy. This has made it one of the more commonly utilized NDE techniques.
Ultrasonic testing (UT) is a family of non-destructive testing techniques based on the propagation of ultrasonic waves in the object or material tested. Ultrasonic testing is often performed on steel and other metals and alloys, though it can also be used on concrete, wood and composites, albeit with less resolution. It is used in many industries including steel and Aluminum construction, metallurgy, manufacturing, aerospace, automotive and other transportation sectors.
Radiographic Testing (RT) is a nondestructive examination (NDE) technique that involves the use of either x-rays or gamma rays to view the internal structure of a component. In the petrochemical industry, RT is often used to inspect machinery, such as pressure vessels and valves, to detect for flaws. RT is also used to inspect weld repairs.
Occupational Health & Safety Training
This course introduces the candidate to many aspects of the Health & Safety at Work and is intended help raise safety standards and awareness. By the end of the course delegates will know how to manage safety effectively.
|Legal Requirement & Code of Practice|
|Responsibilities of Employer and Employee|
Basic terms and definition
Basic classification of Hazards
Relevant principle methods of basic classifications
|Fire Safety & Protection Awareness|
|Basic First Aid Awareness|
|Proper Handling, Storage and Transportation of Goods|
|Fall Prevention & Protection Awareness|
|Loading/Offloading of Equipment’s from Low-Bed|
|Safe Handling of Tools & Equipment|
|Basic Scaffold Erection & Dismantling|
|Fire Safety&Electrical Safety|
|Substance (Drug & Alcohol) Abuse|
|Working at Height Safety|
|Proper Usage of PPE|
|Video & Practical Demo|
Basic First Aid Training and Certification
The provide participants knowledge in basic first aid that can be applied in the work area and relevant regulations and Accepted Code of Practice. At the end of the training, the participants will be able to learn and apply the below course contents.
|1||Legal Requiements & Code of Practice|
|2||Defining first aid& Duty Of care|
|6||Cardio pulmonary resuscitation|
|8||Bleeds and wounds|
|10||Burns / chemical&Medical emergencies, diabetes, epilepsy, and poisoning|
|11||Video & Practical Demo|
The purpose of this basic firefighting training is to give participants skills, knowledge and expertise that will enable them to identify the conditions capable of causing fire, know how to use a fire extinguisher, respond appropriately to fire emergencies and follow the fire evacuation plan, adequately implement fire emergency procedures.
|1||Legal Requirements & Code of Practice|
|2||Introduction to Fire &Classification of Fire|
|3||Fire Fighting System|
|4||Components of Fire Fighting System|
|5||Active and Passive Fire Protection|
|6||Fire Alarm Systems and Fire Hose Reel Cabinet|
|7||How to use a Fire Extinguisher|
|8||Fire emergency Preparedness|
|9||Video & Practical Demo|
The aims and objectives of Scaffolding Inspector training is to provide candidates with the working knowledge and skills in the methods of the basic safe erection and dismantling of basic scaffolds.
|1.||Legal Requirements & Code of Practice|
|2.||Definition of Scaffolds|
|3.||Duty classes of scaffolding & Types|
|4.||Planning scaffolding work|
|5.||Hazard Associated with scaffolding|
|6.||Ties & Braces|
|7.||Inspection and maintenance|
|8.||Types of scaffolding clamps & Inspection checklist|
The Training provides Information on Safety Measures and Precautions to be taken before entering a Confined Space whenever job demands. Confined Space openings are limited primarily by Size or Location with opening is perhaps as small as 18 inches diameter and to access/egress is difficult. Information includes Potential Hazards and Risks associated with Confined Space Entry, Safety Precautions and on Personal Protective Equipments.
|1||Legal Requirments & Code of Practice|
|2||Potential Hazards and Risks &Risk Assessment|
|3||Safety Precautions and Mitigation|
|4||Atmosphere in a confined Space|
|7||Isolation of the System|
|8||Disconnection of Electrical / Outside Connections|
|9||Usage of Personal Protective Equipments|
|10||Competency of the Worker|
|11||Presence of poisonous Gas/ Materials&Incident Reporting|
|12||Video & Practical Demo|
To provide the basic skill requirements, practical application and associated job safety knowledge to personnel involved in Crane operations and signalingprocedures. At the end of the course, successful delegates should be able to operatecrane both safely and efficiently.
|1||Legal Requirements & Code of Practice|
|4||Types Cranes & Hoists|
Handling the load
Various types of load
Types of rigging and slings
|7||Standard Hand signals|
|8||Safe Maintenance Practice|
|9||Selection & Usauge of Lifting accessories|
|10||Emergency preparedness&Usage of PPE’s|
|11||Hazards Involved in Operation|
|12||Safe handling technique&Operator competency|