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Defensive Driving

RM1,300.00 RM800.00

Defensive Driving ,

Introduction

The Defensive /Preventive – Driving –Training Course is designed to improve Driving Skills and techniques to avoid accidents that are on the increase, daily on the roads
The are intended to improve one’s Protective Skills including Road Safety Awareness, Concentration and attitude and increase emergency control while driving .
These Road Safety Training sessions will provide an insight into Defensive Driving – a practice that goes beyond mastery of the rules of the road and the basic mechanics of driving.

Objective

The overall outcome of the Training module is designed to achieve the terms of the skills and knowledge that the trainees will be able to demonstrate upon completion of the Course.
The trainees will acquire Defensive Driving and vehicle handling skills in accident avoidance.
The trainees will be aware of their responsibility on the roads and gain knowledge to acquire skills to face new road risks and hazards in managing safe driving and professional driver operations.
The Course evaluation would be judged from their individual commentary driving results.

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for the all light vehicle drivers and for those drivers whose profession requires extensive driving ( Light Vehicle ) and /or is provided with a company vehicle.

Methodology

This is a highly interactive training programme, whereby participants are to gain the learning points through experiential activities, Power point presentation, Questions and answer, Video presentation, Writing or oral participation, Group work or support / brainstorming, Demos and Practical sessions

Module

  • MALAYSIAN ROAD TRANSPORT SAFETY STATISTICS
  • DEFENSIVE DRIVING PRINCIPLES
  • DRIVER ATTITUDES BEHAVIOURS AND HAZARDS
  • PRE DRIVE INSPECTION (PDI) ,
  • TYRE MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE
  • EMERGENCY BRAKING TECHNIQUE
  • ACCIDENT EVASION
  • SYSTEM OF VEHICLE CONTROL
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Defensive Driving Training

RM2,600.00 RM1,000.00

Defensive Driving Training ,

Introduction

Driving a car safely requires the correct attitude and skills. It requires drivers to give their full attention, concentration and dedication. Lack of awareness, failure to practice safe driving procedures and fatigue are factors that can lead to traffic accidents.

Defensive driving is about practicing driving skills that would allow you to have more time to react to any given situation on the road. The premise of defensive driving is that you, as the driver, must be alert and able to react to all potentially dangerous situations.

A defensive driving programme is an advanced form of training for drivers, over and above the mastery of the rules of the road and the basic mechanics of driving. The goal of defensive driving is a proactive driver who can avoid dangerous road situations or the poor conduct of other drivers. This can be achieved through adherence to a variety of general rules as well as the practice of specific driving techniques.

This document aims to give you a better understanding of defensive driving and describes several tools that are used in defensive driving. However, this is not meant to be a training guide. It is recommended that drivers acquire the proper knowledge and skills by attending programmes conducted by professional Instructors.

Objective

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to:

  • Attributes of a Good Driver
  • Driver Condition
  • Common Driving Errors and Violations
  • See and Survive
  • Vehicle Safety and Recovery Systems
  • Before you drive (Pre-drive Checks)
  • Vehicle Control – Out on the Road

Who Should Attend

Employees, First-line supervisors, and Department managers

Methodology

  • Defensive driving techniques
  • Observation techniques
  • Hazard perception and risk management
  • Driver seating position
  • Vehicle dynamics
  • Braking techniques
  • Vehicle Pre-start
  • Commentary driving assessment

Module

  • CONCEPT OF DEFENSIVE DRIVING
  • 10 HABITS OF DEFENSIVE DRIVING
  • DEFENSIVE HAZARD PERCEPTION TECHNIQUE
  • DRIVER WITH FATAL VISION
  • DEFENSIVE DRIVING PREVENTIVE TECHNIQUES
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Developing High Performance With Minimal Stress ,
 Developing-High-Performance-With-Minimal-Stress-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

The 21st century offers employees with a business environment and landscape that are not static – in fact, dynamic and evolving on a regular basis. Employees who are able to adapt to changes will find this scenario stimulating. However, not everyone shares the same trait and sentiment. There will be those who are less adaptable to change, or require more time and reason to come out from their usual routine and to do differently. They require some form of help to enable them to understand what is happening, and to share their thoughts and concerns. Through regular engagements, for instance, they may also share their plans on how to manage the changing situation, and manage the stress that they may regularly experience.

How Will You Benefit

At the end of the training program, participants will be able to:

  • To facilitate participants to stay positive, confident, motivated, spirited and progressive regardless of the changes, challenges or stressors in the work environment
  • To facilitate participants to identify their strengths and weaknesses, and with the knowledge, to leverage on their strengths and achieve goals
  • To facilitate participants to find satisfaction in interdependence
  • To facilitate participants to practise key stress management techniques
  • To facilitate participants to manage their time efficiently and effectively

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for Supervisors, Executives and Managers

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximizes the understanding and learning through lecture, discussion, case studies and practical activities

Module

  • CHANGE – AN OVERVIEW
  • CHANGE TOWARDS SUCCESS, AND YOU
  • BEING A SUCCESS WITH MINIMAL STRESS
  • BEING A SUCCESS WITH MINIMAL STRESS (CONT’D)
  • ACTION PLAN – CHANGES FOR A WIN-WIN OUTCOME
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Effective Emergency Response Management System At Workplace ,
 Effective-Emergency-Response-Management-System-At-Workplace-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

A program that allows participants to identify, utilize and understand their responsibility and execute emergency response towards statutory regulation and requirement in Occupational Safety and Health (OSH).

The Program ensures that the participants understand the overview of Occupational Safety & Health Management System (OSH-MS), Emergency Response Management System (EMS) and Emergency Response Plan (ERP). The participant will able to learn “how to” enforce and activate the emergency response management system and execute an emergency response plan in their organization. This program is relevant in creating emergency responses awareness for themselves as well as to create an organization par excellence with proactive employees, precise teamwork and an effective and cohesive work environment to lead in their respective industry in a safer and secure environment. It creates awareness amongst the participants on the needs to comply and implement emergency response management system requirements at their workplace.

How Will You Benefit

To help the participants to:

  • Understand their individual responsibility towards Occupational Safety and Health Management System (OSH-MS)
  • Frame out Emergency Response Management System (EMS) and Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
  • Understand the causation, prone of accident at the workplace, emergency treats and prevention method in organization
  • Learn to manage Emergency Threats and situation to handle the treats in their organization
  • Understand the provision, requirement, compliance under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (OSH 94) and any other statutory requirement
  • Create an effective system control and recovery management system in an organization.

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for production or operation executives, supervisors and leaders, safety, health and environmental management committee members and other interested personnel who are involved in ERP.

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize understanding and learning through lectures, role plays, indoor group dynamics and discussions.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO EMERGENCY RESPONSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    • Understanding ERMS at the workplace
  • OVERVIEW OF YOUR ORGANIZATION EMERGENCY RESPONSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • EMERGENCY RESPONSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, PLAN & PREPAREDNESS
    • Emergency Response Plan Policy framework
    • Emergency preparedness, readiness and suitability
  • HAZARD AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN WORKPLACE
    • Know your workplace Risk Matrix
    • HIRARC (Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control)
  • DEVELOPING EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    • ERP Framework
  • EXERCISE ON DEVELOPING EMERGENCY RESPONSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
    • Scenario planning
  • KNOWING YOUR TYPICAL EMERGENCY THREATS
    • Types of emergency threats
    • Effective solution planning
  • EMERGENCY DRILL
    • Evacuation Planning & Layout
  • TRAINING REQUIREMENT ON ERP (EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN) AND ESTABLISHING ERT (EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM)
    • Handling various types of Possibilities Emergency scenario
  • BUSINESS RECOVERY AND CONTINUITY MANAGEMENT
    • Business recovery aftermath
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EHS Leadership For Supervisors

RM1,300.00 RM800.00

EHS Leadership For Supervisors ,

Introduction

This Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) Leadership workshop for Supervisors will focus specifically on EHS challenges within their section. This is a great opportunity for front line leaders to understand why the business is driving certain EHS programs and their critical role in driving a strong EHS culture within their respective sections.

This interactive workshop will provide you the opportunity for line leaders to share the following:

  • Corporate expectations
  • Employees Behaviors, Drift and Latent System Weaknesses
  • Error Traps
  • Effective EHS communication

Objective

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • An appreciation of the importance of EHS in achieving operations objectives
  • Understand your personal responsibility in driving EHS
  • Improved EHS communications
  • An actionable action plan to bring about EHS improvements in your operations.

Who Should Attend

This program is a must for line supervisors, foreman, team leaders, and safety team members or anyone with responsibility to manage a team or section within the operations.

Methodology

Session will be interactive with learning through experience, both from structured activities such as group exercises, videos, case studies, action planning and exploratory discussions.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION AND EHS RISK IDENTIFICATION
    • Introductions
    • Why EHS
    • EHS Responsibility
    • Company’s Reputation
    • Hazard / Risk Identification
  • EHS RISK MANAGEMENT – CHALLENGES
    • People And Processes
    • Human Performance, Deviations And Latent System Weaknesses
    • Strength Of Defenses
  • EHS RISK MANAGEMENT – CONTROLS
    • Near Miss / Concern Reporting
    • EHS Inspections And Auditing
    • Management Of Change
  • INCIDENT INVESTIGATION
    • Symptoms Versus Root Cause
    • Error Traps / Drift / Latent System Weaknesses
    • Incident Investigation Exercise
    • Strength Of Defenses Matrix
  • ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
    • Environmental Issues
    • Chemical Management And Control
    • Environmental Procedures And Permits
  • MOVING FORWARD
    • EHS Tools And Resources
    • Finalize EHS Action Plan
    • Present EHS Action Plan
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Emergency Evacuation Drill

RM2,600.00 RM850.00

Emergency Evacuation Drill ,
 Emergency-Evacuation-Drill-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

The Commercial Finance course has been developed to enhance the understanding of basic requirements in accounting processes in accordance to the accounting standards. It will provide a comprehensive platform for persons working in the accounts and finance departments to understand their role and responsibilities better. Learning these finance skills will allow the relevant department persons to adequately support the audit functions of a company or organisation with proper preparation of financial statements.

How Will You Benefit

With this programme participants will be able to conduct the following objectives:

  • Plan and prepare effective emergency response plans
  • Develop the hierarchy of commands to respond to an emergency
  • Lead and Contribute directly in emergency situations
  • Acquire knowledge and skills to safely conduct evacuations and emergency drills in the workplace
  • Conduct auditing for effectiveness of emergency plans

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable ALL personnel involved in the implementation of the organisation’s emergency response plan e.g. Emergency Coordinator/Commander, Emergency First Responders and Safety and Health Committee Members

Methodology

This Session will be delivered through a mixture of lectures, interactive questions and answers, knowledge sharing, group discussions and presentation, video clips and pictures viewing and practical exercises

Module

  • ELEMENTS OF THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANS
  • EMERGENCY FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT
  • ORGANISING EVACUATION DRILLS
  • DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING DRILLS
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Emergency Response Plan Workshop ,
 Emergency-Response-Plan-Workshop-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

In the event of a fire, individuals may panic or over-react. As such, early action should be taken to address the emergency. These actions need to be undertaken by a trained Emergency Response Team (ERT). The ERT is the first responder to the emergency while waiting for external emergency service providers such as Bomba to arrive at the scene. Management needs to ensure that the ERT is alert at all times for all types of emergencies.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the requirements for emergency response planning
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of the Emergency Response Team
  • Use the different types of emergency equipment as provided by management
  • Understand the importance of emergency information
  • Carry out emergency procedures as documented in the Emergency Response Plan

Who Should Attend

Safety & Health Officer, Safe & Health Committee Members, Emergency Response Team Members, Fire & Rescue Squad Members, First Aids Members, Spill Response & Control Team Members and OSH Practitioners

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize understanding and learning through lectures, role plays, indoor and outdoor group dynamics, discussions and assessment.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION
    • Statutory Requirements for Emergency Response in Malaysia
    • Objectives for Emergency Response Planning
    • Types of Emergencies
    • Levels of Emergencies
  • EMERGENCY ORGANIZATIONS AND CONTROL CENTRES
    • Organizations for Emergencies
    • Roles and Responsibilities for Emergency Response Team
    • Emergency Control Centre
  • EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION
    • Emergency Equipment
    • Emergency Information
  • EMERGENCY DETECTION, ALARM, INITIAL RESPONSE AND COMMUNICATION
    • Detection, Alarm and Initial Response
    • Emergency Communication
  • ACTIVATION, EVACUATION, ROLL-CALL, SEARCH AND RESCUE PROCEDURES
    • Activation of Emergency Response Plan
    • Evacuation Procedures
    • Roll-Call Procedures
    • Search and Rescue Procedures
  • EMERGENCY FIRST AID AND SECURITY MEASURES
    • Emergency First Aid
    • Security Measures
  • TERMINATION AND POST EMERGENCY DEBRIEFING
    • Termination of Emergency
    • Post Emergency Debriefing
  • PRACTICAL EXERCISES
    • Exercise for Emergency Organizations
    • Exercise for Identification of Emergency Equipment
    • Exercise for Emergency Equipment Readiness
    • Exercise for Emergency Activation and Termination
    • Exercise for Emergency Communication
    • Exercise for Fire Squad
    • Exercise for Spill Control Squad
    • Exercise for Evacuation and Roll-Call
    • Exercise for Rescue Squad
    • Exercise for First Aiders
    • Exercise for Security Measures
    • Exercise for Emergency Recordings
    • Exercise for Post Emergency Debriefing
    • Questions & Answers
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Emergency Response Planning

RM2,600.00 RM1,200.00

Emergency Response Planning ,

Objective

Upon completion of this program, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the basic of occupational safety and health and the principle of accident prevention
  • Provide participants with the information they need to prepare for emergencies in the workplace• Develop the hierarchy of commands and control during emergency
  • Plan and prepare effective emergency plans
  • Lead and contribute directly in emergency situations

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for all employees of an organization. It defines the duties and responsibilities of any organization and explores the role of everyone in Emergency Preparedness and Response.
Through this intensive program exposure, it is expected that personnel attending this program will be able to relate the various responsibilities and tasks that are integrated in their standard operating procedures and guidelines.

Methodology

This course is essentially participative and practical, emphasizing learning through experience, both from structured activities on the program eg. Role plays, group work, video screening, case studies and discussion from individual experience.

Module

  • OVERVIEW OF SAFETY AND HEALTH
  • INTRODUCTION TO EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE
  • EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
  • EMERGENCY PLANNING
  • DESIGNING & CONDUCTING TRAINING, DRILLS AND EXERCISES
  • BODY LANGUAGE 101
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Emergency Response Preparedness

RM1,300.00 RM850.00

Emergency Response Preparedness ,
 Emergency-Response-Preparedness-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

No workplace is immune to potential emergencies. Every workplace should have a plan for dealing with these situations. Failing to react appropriately in an emergency situation can result in severe injury or loss of life and serious damage to property or the environment. A clearly defined and systematic approach of the control of emergency situations can limit their impact and may prevent an emergency from turning into a disaster.

How Will You Benefit

This course highlights the need for emergency preparedness in the workplace. The course will provide participants with the information needed to set up an emergency preparedness program in their own workplace. It also explains the requirements of the OSHA, as well as other relevant laws, regulations, standards and guidelines.

Who Should Attend

All employees responsible for workplace fire-fighting and appointed workplace fire fighters, or persons that want to gain more knowledge in basic fire prevention.

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize understanding and learning through lectures, video shows, practical & mock drill.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION
    • What is Safety?
    • Hazards & Risk
    • Accident
    • Malaysian OSH Legislations (OSHA, 1994)
  • EMERGENCY & DISASTER
    • Worldwide Industrial Disaster Cases
    • What is Emergency?
    • Emergency Events
    • Levels of Emergency
    • Sources of Industrial Disaster
    • Probability & Level of Loss
    • Outcome of Industrial Disaster
  • EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
    • What is Emergency Management?
    • Objectives of Emergency Management
    • Stages in Emergency Management
    • Level of Emergency Management
    • The Emergency Plan:
      •  Planning
      • Chain of Command
      • Communication
      • Accounting for Personnel
      • Emergency Response Team
      • Response Activities
      • Training
      • Personnel Protection
      • Medical Assistance
      • Security
    • The roles of Outside Agencies
    • Recovery & Restoration
  • INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS)
    • History of ICS
    • ICS Management Structure
    • Command Centre
    • Roles & Responsibilities of ERT Members:
      • Information Officer
      • Liaison Officer
      • Safety Officer
      • Legal Officer
      • Operation Section
      • Planning Section
      • Logistic Section
      • Finance
      • Evacuation Leader
      • Fire Floor Marshall
      • Fire Fighting Team
      • Search & Rescue Team
      • First Aid Team
      • Plant Shutdown Operator
      • Security Controller
    • Mock Drill with Scenario
    • A fire drill is a method of practicing the evacuation of a building from a fire or other emergency. The emergency alarm is activated and the building is evacuated as though a real fire has occurred. Time for all ERT activities is taken & measured to ensure that it occurs within a reasonable length of time.
  • REVIEW & CLOSING
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Essentials of Facility Management for Plant and Services ,
 Essentials-of-Facility-Management-for-Plant-and-Services-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

The facilities management (FM) function continues to evolve, as do the range of responsibilities and the methods employed to deliver services. This workshop covers the entire FM range, offering the latest thinking in the profession. It confronts head-on the practical problems encountered on the ground and offers real solutions. Key to the success of individuals in this arena is the ability to deal with people and manage change, hence the workshop format of this course which enables participants to confront the implications of their actions in a ‘safe’ environment.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to:

  • An update on current best practice in FM
  • Greater awareness of the customer / financial / organizational context in which the FM function operates
  • A complete view of the role and responsibilities of the FM function
  • Practical advice and guidance on selection and management of suppliers
  • Greater awareness of health and safety compliance issues, risk management and business continuity
  • An appreciation of the importance and benefits of good project management

Who Should Attend

The course is intended primarily for FM teams (including building services and estate managers) but, depending on the nature of the organization, it can also be a very useful opportunity to bring in other personnel who would benefit from a greater insight into the FM function or service, eg, procurement, commercial, contracts, accounts and project managers and staff.

Methodology

This program will be conducted with blended adult learning approach consisting of group discussions and presentations, short quiz, random knowledge check Q&A will be used. Participants will have numerous opportunities to apply new knowledge/technique/concept.

Module

  • DEFINING FM
  • ESTABLISHING CONTROL OF SUPPORT SERVICES
  • FOCUSING ON THE CUSTOMER
  • MANAGING THE BUDGET
  • UNDERSTANDING SERVICE CONTRACTS
  • CONTROLLING THE TENDER PROCESS
  • MOBILIZATION OF SERVICE
  • COMPLIANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT
  • MANAGING A PROJECT (EG, A RELOCATION)
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Facility Management Maintenance Program ,
 Facility-Management-Maintenance-Program-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

The Facility Management Maintenance Program is about managing the facility; a hotel, a power plant, a factory, or any site which has multiple internal functions such as managing utilities. A basic requirements for any new engineers, technicians or management trainees embarking in the area of facility management where the fundamentals of planning, methods of maintenance and the utilization of budget to control expenditure will be discussed.

How Will You Benefit

At the end of the training program, participants will be able to:

  • The Job Environment
  • Basic Financial Management Ratios
  • The Definition Of Assets In An Engineering Perspective
  • Of How To Set Up Maintenance Systems
  • Of How To Develop An Effective Maintenance Plan
  • The Basic troubleshooting and fact finding

Who Should Attend

Designed for newly graduated engineers, new maintenance engineers and technicians entering the job market as well as finance personnel hoping to understand the way engineers think

Methodology

This program is essentially participative. There will be group interaction and lectures.

Module

  • THE ENVIRONMENT
  • BASIC FINANCE
  • UNDERSTANDING MAINTENANCE
  • MAINTENANCE SYSTEM/PLANNING
  • EFFECTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL
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Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment And Risk Control Program (HIRARC) ,
 Hazard-Identification-Risk-Assessment-And-Risk-Control-Program-HIRARC-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

A 2 day Personalized Experiential Learning Program that allows participants to identify, utilize and understand their responsibility towards statutory regulation and requirement in Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) and cause for accident occurs in any industry for any organization.

The Program ensures that the participants understand the overview of OSH and learn “how” accident occur at jobsite and identify the root cause for incident and accident occurred at job site. The exposure to conduct initial hazard identification shall be based on the fundamental of OSH with legislative requirement and learn to create safe system of work in organization. Hazards in workplace can arise from a number of sources. The process for hazard identification is designed to identify all situations where people may possibly be exposed to injury, illness and disease arising from all sources. Prior to the introduction of any plant, substances, processes or work practices in the workplace, it is essential for the hazard identification process to be carried out to identify whether there is any potential for injury, illness or disease associated with such introduction. The program will allow the participants to understand a hazard identification process will be carried out on any plant, substances, and processes or work practices that have potential to cause a risk to health and safety that currently exit at workplace. The participants will familiarize themselves with the potential hazards and any eliminating or minimizing requirements.

How Will You Benefit

To help the participants to:

  • Understand their individual responsibility towards Occupational Safety and Health (OSH).
  • Frame out accident investigation and preventative measurement with safe system of work
  • Understand the causation, prone of accident in workplace and prevention method through safety and health committee
  • Learn to manage business risk in their organization
  • Understand the provision, requirement, compliance under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 for accident investigation and prevention (OSH 94)
  • Create an effective system of control thru accident prevention in organization

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for Managers, Supervisors, Engineers and Members of Safety and Health Committee

Methodology

Lecture, Role Play, Indoor Group, Dynamics And Discussions

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT 1994 AND FACTORY AND MACHINERY ACT 1967
  • OSH LEGISLATIVE
  • INTRODUCTION TO OSH MANAGEMENT
  • WORKPLACE INJURIES AND TYPE OF INJURIES
  • ACCIDENT PREVENTION PRINCIPLE
  • INTRODUCTION TO HAZARD AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN WORKPLACE
  • ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT PRINCIPAL
  • WORKSHOP / SCENARIO PLANNING
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