Safety Supervisor

Safety Supervisor
Introduction
A Safety Supervisor screens work environment exercises to guarantee that specialists follow organization principles and government security controls. The part of this occupation differ by boss, however security Supervisor normally have obligations identified with arrangement advancement, wellbeing preparing, security investigations and consistence with the government Occupational Safety and Health Administration, by and large known as OSHA. Some wellbeing Supervisors commonly in the development business, must have quite a while of field involvement keeping in mind the end goal to fit the bill for this employment.

General Information
Course Industry:
Safety Supervisor
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Instructor:
Mr. Nazir Ahmed, Mr. Tahir Ahmed Khawaja, Mr. Riaz Ahmed Malik
Prerequisites:
Intermediate or Graduate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses.
Course Fee:
20000 PKR ($400)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to:

  •  Talk about and break down danger evaluation strategies including hazard examination methods, for example, HAZOP, FMEA, risk lists, issue trees,  occasion trees, unwavering quality examination, measurable investigation furthermore, likelihood.
  •  Explore the effect of enactment and modern relations on the administration of OHS, including the direction of physical, organic, and synthetic perils.
  •  Learn about the way of materials with respect to disappointment, flame, and blasts and how to design suitable security frameworks including capacity,  taking care of and transport of perilous materials.
  •  Analyze the hypothesis and routine of OHS administration and how the structure of an association,
  •  Its surroundings, and potential misfortune exposures add to hazard administration.
  •  Understand the part of ergonomics in improving OHS and profitability, and create aptitudes in breaking down the connections between the specialist,  the work space, and nature.
  •  Explore wellbeing dangers in the work environment which can bring about infection and scatters, including  word related skin conditions, respiratory  infections, psycho-social anxiety, musculoskeletal wounds also, the requirements of exceptional gatherings.
  •  Learn about toxicology and the acknowledgment, assessment and control of concoction and physical dangers and how to give proficient judgment in exploring, dissecting, and assessing working environment perils.

 

Instructional Techniques                

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training: Half an hour daily               (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                     One (01) hour daily              (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                 Six (06) hour daily                (65%)

 
COURSE CONTENTS

Familiarize

  •         Occupational Safety and Health Introduction
  •         Poor safety disadvantages
  •         Glossary of OSH terms
  •         Hazard and hierarchy of controls

Occupational Safety and Health Legislation

  •         Occupational Safety and Health Act;
  •         OSHA Standards ( 29 CFR 1926, 29 CFR 1910)
  •         Inspection and Complaint Procedure

Safety Management

  •         Safety and health management system
  •         Principles of safety management
  •         Risk management
  •         Occupational safety and health management systems
  •         Basic elements in a safety management system

Worksite Analysis

  •          Safety testing methodology and reporting
  •          Accident investigation and reporting
  •          Personnel Safety training
  •          Court attendance
  •          Safety audits

Hazard Prevention and Hierarchy of Controls

  •          Proactive and Reactive Approaches
  •          Elimination
  •          Substitution
  •          Isolation
  •          Engineering Control
  •          Administrative Control
  •          Personal Protective Equipments

Record Keeping

  •          Injury and illness report form
  •          OSHA Log form 300
  •          Summary of injury and illness

Core Subjects (in alphabetic order)

  •          Compressed gas and gas cylinder
  •          Confined space entry
  •          Crane safety
  •          Electrical safety
  •          Excavation safety
  •          Fire safety
  •          Forklift safety
  •          Hazard communication
  •          Hazard recognition and Controls
  •          Job hazard analysis
  •          Job Safety Analysis
  •          Lock out – tag out
  •          OSHA and its standards
  •          Risk Assessment
  •          Slip, Trip and Fall
  •          Permit to work system
  •          Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  •          Risk assessment
  •          Scaffolding safety
  •          Slings safety
  •          Tools safety
  •          Walking – working surfaces (slip, trip and falls)
  •          Welding and cutting safety