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Creating a World Class Safety Culture Preventing Slips,Trips and Falls
Defensive Driving Principles of Occupational Safety & Health
Flagger (Instructor) Process Safety Management
Flagger (novice)
Safety Management Techniques
Incident Investigation
   
 
Creating a World Class Safety Culture  
   
Make safety the shared value of every employee. Put safety behind every strategy, every decision, every operation, every action.
This course addresses practical approaches to forming strategies for a safety culture, leading in a safety culture, gaining employee involvement through safety contact and observation, and measuring the success of safety initiatives. All of this is done in the context of continuous improvement.
 
Training Goal
  • Recognize the four requirements for creating a positive safety culture: leadership, employee involvement, measurement systems, and a continuous improvement process.
  • Recognize management’s role in leading and implementing a safety culture.
  • Gain employee involvement through use of a safety observation and contact process that is focused on recognizing and reinforcing safe behaviors
  • Use measurement tools to evaluate and quantify the effectiveness of your organization’s safety culture
  • Use continuous improvement to improve safety efforts
  • Build a positive safety culture by using the tips, techniques, and tools acquired in the training program.
Course Outline
  • The Strategies for Creating a Safety Culture
  • Leadership and Safety Culture
  • Employee Involvement Through Safety Contact and Observation
  • Measuring Program Success
  • Continuous Improvement and Safety Culture
  • Using Program Materials in Your Business
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Exercises
Who should attend

This course is intended for a business owner, manager, engineer, supervisor, or employee with responsibility for implementing safety initiatives.

 
Collaborator

National Safety Council, USA

 
Duration
1 day (8 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Defensive Driving  
 
Training Goal
Improve defensive driving skills to reduce accidents and preserve life and property
 
Course Outline
  • Understand the benefits of skillful observation in safe driving
  • Understand the vehicle characteristics and emergency procedures
  • understand the factors that affect safe driving and responsibilities of the Driver
  • Understand how road and weather conditions have an impact on safe driving
  • Understand the safe way to drive on a graded road and soft sand
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend
Anyone who possess valid driving license and drive vehicles
 
Collaborator
National Training Institute
 
Duration
1 day (7 hours)
 
Language
English / Arabic
 
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Flagger (Instructor)  
   

Controlling traffic through work zones is one of the most important and dangerous operations in road construction and maintenance. The National Safety Council's 2-day Instructor Course for the Flagger Training Program will train you to teach standardized flagging procedures. Upon completion of the course you will be able to apply the resources and information learned to protect your own crew and the public.

 
Training Goal

The Flagger Training Instructor Course is a train-the-trainer type course. You will learn to teach work zone crews standard flagging procedures and how to provide safe passage in and around work areas. Get certified to deliver the Flagger Training Course to your work zone crews. No prerequisites required.

 
Course Outline
  • The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)
  • ANSI standard ISEA-107-1999
  • How to get students involved in the course
  • How to use course materials
  • Administrative responsibilities
  • Adult learning needs
  • Developing effective teaching skills
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Exercises
Who should attend

Engineers, Supervisors, and HSE personnel with responsibilities for safety and health in highway and street construction; bridge, tunnel, water or sewer construction; concrete, utilities, or paving industries; state transportation, and county or municipal street / public works departments.

 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
2 days (16 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Flagger (novice)  
   

Controlling traffic through work areas is one of the most important -- and dangerous - operations in construction maintenance. The National Safety Council's Flagger Training Course is a comprehensive skill-building session that meets federal industry guidelines: the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) guidelines and the ANSI standard ISEA-107-1999. The Office of Highway Safety, the Federal Highway Administration, and several state Departments of Transportation have reviewed this program.

 
Training Goal

The primary objectives of the program are to train flaggers to provide safe passage of traffic through and around work areas and to minimize confusion by bringing standard flagging procedures to highways. To get your crew members trained and certified in safe flagging techniques in just four hours.

 
Course Outline
  • Thorough understanding of flagging procedures and proper use of required equipment
  • Improved flagging skills from hands-on training, classroom activities and a flagging skills test
  • Increased ability to coordinate traffic movement through the work zone.
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Exercises
Who should attend

Engineers, Supervisors, and workers responsible for road construction work.
This course is a must for novice construction work zone flaggers in both one- and two-person flagging operations. Experienced flaggers can attend this course as a refresher.

 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
1 days (6 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Hazard Communication  
   

More than 32 million workers are exposed to 650,000 hazardous chemicals in more than 3 million workplaces. And hundreds of new chemical products are introduced every year, each with its own particular health and physical hazards.

OSHA implemented the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to help employers and employees protect themselves from chemical hazards, and reduce the incidence of related illness and injuries.

The National Safety Council created the Hazard Communication Compliance Course to help you comply with the HCS in your own facility. In this course, we'll walk you through the key elements of the HCS, and show you how to protect your employees and your business.
 
The course covers
  • How to determine if hazardous chemicals are present in your workplace
  • Steps for setting up an effective hazard communication program
  • Guidelines for labeling hazardous chemicals
  • Using Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) to evaluate hazardous chemical exposures
  • Promoting responsibility for initial and ongoing hazard communication activities
  • Assessing gaps between the HCS and your workplace program, and identifying key actions for closing the gaps
You will be able to
  • Empower your employees to identify - and avoid - potential problems
  • Assess situations where exposure to chemicals has occurred
  • Reduce chemical-related illnesses and injuries throughout your facility
  • Save on workers' comp and related costs
Who should attend
All levels of management, safety practitioners, safety team / committee members, and individuals responsible for Hazard Communication. Engineers, supervisors, inspectors, operation and maintenance personnel, construction supervisors, safety coordinators, and personnel involved with safety of workforce.
 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
1 day (8 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Incident Investigation  
 
Training Goal

To focus on techniques for gathering complete, accurate and objective incident / accident data used to arrive at true root causes and determine corrective action. To further examine and analyze data as a means of preventing injuries, property damage and financial losses.

 
You will learn to
  • Employ effective investigation and interview techniques
  • Analyze incidents / accidents to identify "true" root causes
  • Describe human relations issues affecting accident reporting
Participants examine
  • Incidents to investigate
  • On-site investigation process
  • Data to include in investigation reports
  • Witness interview techniques
  • Post action: hazard control measures and follow-up
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend
All levels of management, safety practitioners, safety team / committee members, and individuals responsible for investigating accidents (incidents). Engineers, supervisors, inspectors, operation and maintenance personnel, construction supervisors, safety coordinators, and personnel involved with safety of workforce.
 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
1 day (8 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Job Safety Analysis  
 
Training Goal

Job Safety Analysis (JSA) / Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) is a proven process for controlling operating hazards and costs. Get a step-by-step overview of the process, and define your role in making it effective. Through lecture, demonstrations, and workshops, you'll learn how to develop and manage a JSA / JHA program in your workplace. You'll also learn how to enlist participation from line employees, supervisors, and upper management.

Better processes make a safer workplace - and that means improved production and higher profits. Participants will be able to conduct / develop / review the Job Safety Analysis / Job Hazard Analysis.

 
Course Outline
  • Recognize and use important safety and health terminology
  • Understand JSA / JHA's relation to continuous improvement in your organization
  • Identify and communicate the safety and financial benefits of using JSA / JHA
  • Gain support for and participation in the process from line employees, supervisors, and upper managements
  • Identify the key requirements for a successful JSA / JHA
  • Recognize the hazards inherent in task performance
  • Develop appropriate solutions and hazard controls
  • Complete a JSA / JHA form correctly
  • Use JSA / JHA to develop efficient procedures that reduce personal injuries and operation costs
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend

Engineers, supervisors, inspectors, operation and maintenance personnel, construction supervisors, managers, safety practitioners, safety team members, safety coordinators, human resources personnel and personnel involved with safety of workforce.

 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
1 day (8 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Making Sense of Safety  
   

This one day training program will help you understand how safety can reduce your workers’ comp and health care costs through proactive management. Making Sense of Safety gives you the tools to make educated decisions about the direction of your safety program.

 
Training Goal
  • Contain soaring workers’ compensation rates
  • Improve morale
  • Reduce injuries, illnesses and related healthcare costs
  • Increase employee retention
Course Outline
  • Evaluate the role that worker safety plays in the total profitability of your business
  • Understand the business motivation for safety and sell it to your organization
  • Implement proven safety processes step-by-step
  • Introduce a balanced approach to safety that empowers employees, inspires continuous improvement, and satisfies OSHA requirements
  • Understand how to benchmark your safety performance
  • Learn to identify if you are a candidate under OSHA’s targeting program.
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Exercises
Who should attend

This course is intended for a business owner, manager, engineer, supervisor, and Human Resource professionals

 
Collaborator

National Safety Council, USA

 
Duration
1 day (8 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Managing Safely  
   

The ‘Managing safely’ course is for those required to manage safely and effectively in compliance with both their organization’s policy and best practice in health and safety.

 
Training Goal

To ensure that safety requirements are appreciated by people employed as line managers / supervisors, and to enable them to review their own Company systems for safety, introducing new controls or implementing changes as appropriate to ensure safety in the workplace.

 
Learning Objective
On successful completion of the course, delegates should be able to:
  • explain ‘working safely’
  • explain the component parts of a recognized safety management system such as BS 8800 and OHSAS 18001
  • identify the data and techniques required to produce an adequate record of an incident and demonstrate the procedure for an accident investigation, recognizing the human factors involved
  • describe methods of basic trend and epidemiological analysis for reactive monitoring data
  • define ‘hazard’ and ‘risk’, and describe requirements for risk assessment
  • demonstrate a practical understanding of a quantitative risk assessment technique and the data required for records
  • describe workplace precaution hierarchies
  • prepare and use active monitoring checklists and implement schedules for active monitoring, recording results and analyzing records
  • outline relevant health and safety legislation, codes of practice, guidance notes and information sources.
 
Course Outline
Module 1 - Introduction and overview
  • Course aims and overview
  • Assessment details
  • IOSH certification
  • Introduction to the concept of a safety management system described in BS 8800, OHSAS 18001
  • Role of risk assessment

Module 2 – Reactive monitoring

  • Data required for an adequate record of an incident
  • Methods of basic trend and epidemiological analysis of reactive monitoring data
  • The procedure for accident investigations
  • The human factors information required for an adequate investigation
  • Investigation techniques, including interviewing and recording details of the site
  • Techniques of report writing

Module 3 – Risk assessment and risk control

  • Requirements for risk assessment, meaning of ‘hazard’ and ‘risk’
  • Data required for an inventory and techniques of inventory preparation
  • Hazard identification techniques
  • Human factors information required for effective hazard identification
  • A basic numerical risk rating technique
  • Types of workplace precaution and workplace precaution hierarchies
  • Criteria to be used in selecting workplace precautions
  • Data required for an adequate record of a risk assessment
  • Risk assessment review procedures

Module 4 – Health and safety legislation

  • Source of complete listings of all health and safety legislation
  • Use of Approved and other codes of practice, guidance and other information resources
  • Means of access to sources of advice and guidance, including the HSE

Module 5 – Common hazards

  • Fire, Electricity, Work equipment
  • Movement of people, Vehicles
  • Poor housekeeping, Manual handling
  • Display screen equipment
  • Noise, Chemicals and substances

Module 6 – Active monitoring

  • The purposes and techniques of active monitoring
  • The methods of developing and maintaining checklists and aides
  • The methods of developing and maintaining schedules for active monitoring
  • Data required for an adequate record of active monitoring
  • Methods of basic trend and epidemiological analysis of active monitoring data

Module 7 – Safety management systems

  • The elements of a safety management system
  • The nature, purposes and techniques of management review
  • The nature, purposes and techniques of health and safety audit
Who should attend

Any person who has to manage safety, risk and resources within their organization. All levels of management, safety practitioners, and individuals responsible for safety, health and the environment protection. Engineers, supervisors, inspectors, operation and maintenance personnel, construction supervisors, safety coordinators, and personnel involved with safety of workforce.

 
Collaborator
Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), UK
 
Duration
5 days course (8 AM to 3 PM)
 
Language
English
 
Certification
An IOSH ‘Managing safely’ certificate is awarded to all those who attend the course and successfully complete both the written and practical assessments. Understanding of the course material is evaluated by means of a 45-minute written assessment paper consisting of 20 multi-format questions and a practical assessment.
 
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OHSAS 18001  
 
Training Goal
Participants will gain an understanding of the new OHSAS 18001 safety and health assessment specification. They will learn how to evaluate, implement, and manage an occupational safety and health management system to the OHSAS 18001 requirements. Practical workshop will enhance knowledge of how to implement and manage system requirements to various types of industries (Petrochemical, chemical, construction, service etc)
 
Course Outline
  • Structure of the Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series 18001 Specification and all its specification requirements.
  • Risk assessment and Management
  • HSAS 18001 management review
  • Managing Safety the systems way
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend
Safety and health professionals, managers, engineers, industrial hygienists, medical and health professionals, operation / maintenance / project engineers, supervisors or anyone who is associated with hazardous industrial activities
 
Duration
2 days (14 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls  
   

This one day program tackles a major risk for all companies, regardless of size, industry or number of employees by helping to identify, evaluate and control workplace hazards that cause or contribute to slips, trips and falls. Participants’ learn facts about falls and actions that directly impact the bottom line.

 
Training Goal
  • Identify the impact of slips, trips and falls on the workplace.
  • Recognize the various types of slips, trips and falls.
  • Recognize the OSHA regulations and other industry standards relating to slips, trips and falls.
  • Recognize the specific hazards at your workplace.
  • Conduct a baseline evaluation of your workplace.
  • Identify specific actions to be taken once you return to your job.
Course Outline
  • Effective training and education strategies
  • Systematic recognition of hazards
  • Evaluation techniques of hazards
  • Appropriate controls of hazards
  • Action planning and using resource materials in your business.
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Exercises
Who should attend
This course is intended for business owners, employers, managers, supervisors, HSE professional, employees and / or their representatives who have responsibility for managing workplace slips, trips and falls.
 
Collaborator

National Safety Council, USA

 
Duration
1 day (8 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Principles of Occupational Safety & Health (POSH)  
 
Training Goal
Attendees will be able to apply principles of occupational safety and health to their day to day on the job activities in order to achieve ‘incident free operation' thereby leading to enhanced productivity.
 
Course Outline
  • Principles of Occupational Safety & Health Management
  • Hazard Recognition, Evaluation & Control
  • Safety Communication
  • Employee Involvement
  • Incident Reporting & Investigation
  • Job Safety Analysis
  • Safety Training
  • Safety Teams
  • Safety Inspections
  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene
  • Hazard Communication
  • Ergonomics
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Injury & Illness Record Keeping
  • Emergency Action Plan
  • Creating a Safety & Health Plan for Managing Actions
  • Safety Management Systems
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend
Safety and health professionals and managers, engineers, industrial hygienists, medical and health professionals, operation / maintenance / project engineers, supervisors or anyone who is associated with hazardous industrial activities.
 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
5 days (40 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Process Safety Management  
 
Training Goal
Attendees will be able to apply skills learned from this training course at a practical level to manage hazards effectively and achieve incident free operation.
 
Course Outline
  • Process Safety Management and Risk Management
  • Process Hazard Analysis; Process Safety Information.
  • Management of Change 
  • Mechanical Integrity. 
  • Pre-startup safety review.
  • Emergency Planning and Response.
  • This course introduces the participants to a range of techniques used in industries such as:
    • Hazard & Operability Studies (HAZOP)
    • Failure Mode & Effect Analysis (FEMA)
    • Fault Tree Analysis
    • Event Tree Analysis
  • Participants receive practical experience in using the learned skills through the use of case studies.
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend
Safety and health professionals, managers, engineers, industrial hygienists, medical and health professionals, operation / maintenance / project engineers, supervisors or anyone who is associated with hazardous industrial activities
 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
5 days (40 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Safety Inspection  
 
Training Goal

Upon completion of the Safety Inspection course, you will be able to:

  • Plan and conduct a safety inspection
  • Complete inspection reports
  • Develop recommendations and follow-up
  • Manage an effective inspection program
Course Outline
  • Pre-inspection tasks
  • What to inspect and where to gather information
  • Recording observations
  • Handling employee reactions to the inspection process
  • Developing inspection reports
  • Analyzing data and setting priorities

This workshop provides an overview of the safety, environment and health inspection process, and then examines specific techniques to improve the process. Participants learn to develop and use checklists in continuous and formal safety inspections.

 
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend

Those responsible for conducting or supervising safety inspections and those responsible for training industrial safety and / or health inspectors, engineers, supervisors, inspectors, operation and maintenance personnel, construction supervisors, managers, safety practitioners, safety team members, safety coordinators, and personnel involved with safety of workforce.

 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
1 day (8 hours)
 
Language
English
 

Continuing Educational Units (CEUs) from National Safety Council, USA: 0.6

(The CEUs will help in award of the ‘Advanced Safety Certificate’ from the National safety Council, USA)

 
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Safety Management Techniques  
 
Training Goal
Attendees will be able to apply safety management techniques to their day to day on the job activities in order to achieve 'incident free operation' thereby leading to enhanced productivity.
 
Course Outline
  • Managing effective health and safety systems
  • Planning for health and safety management
  • Analyzing the scope of the Health and Safety professional
  • Leading the safety & health effort
  • Managing the safety & health audit process
  • Using interviewing & consulting skills
  • Addressing individual & organizational dynamics
  • Influencing & managing change
  • Problem solving & decision making
  • Working with an Health & Safety committee
  • Budgeting for safety & health
  • Analyzing case studies from a management perspective
  • Creating a safety & health management action plan
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend
Safety and health professionals, managers, engineers, industrial hygienists, medical and health professionals, operation / maintenance / project engineers, supervisors or anyone who is associated with hazardous industrial activities.
 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
5 days (40 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Supervisors' Development Program (SDP)  
 
Training Goal

Upon completion of the Supervisors' Development Program (SDP), you'll be able to:

  • Approach safety and health as a management process
  • Apply safety and health education and training methods that promote safe and healthful actions by employees
  • Recognize hazards in the workplace and identify ways to control them
  • Encourage communication between employees and promote employee interest and involvement in safety and health issues.
What you will learn

Supervisor’s Development Program (SDP) has been designed to integrate safety, health and environmental training within companies that have traditional supervisors. The program addresses safety, health and environmental issues from the perspective of people in these roles. SDP takes an interactive approach, involving participants with lecture and discussion, case studies, readings and group exercises.

Supervisors' Development Program focuses on the identification and assessment of hazards, incident prevention, and the participant's role in the safety, health and environmental program at their facility. Continuous emphasis is placed on how the knowledge and skills developed transfer to the participant's everyday work experiences.

 
Course Outline

Topics covered in Session 1

  • Safety management
  • Communication

Topics covered in Session 2

  • Human performance management
  • Safety and health training
  • Promoting safety and health
  • Safety, health and environmental auditing
Topics covered in Session 3
  • Accident investigation
  • Ergonomics
  • Materials handling and storage

Topics covered in Session 4

  • Hazard communication
  • Environmental management
  • Industrial hygiene
  • Personal protective equipment

Topics covered in Session 5

  • Machine safeguarding
  • Hand tools and portable power tools
  • Electrical safety
  • Fire safety
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Exercises
Who should attend

Attend Supervisor’s Development Program (SDP) if you are a supervisor, manager, team leader, human resource manager, or have responsibility for making improvements in the areas of safety, health and the environment.

 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
5 days (40 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Supervising Safety  
 
Training Goal
Attendees will be able to apply skills learned from this training course to supervise and ensure execution of work safely and more effectively contributing to the overall safety of organization.
 
Course Outline
  • Behavior based safety analysis for accident causation
  • Explain the importance of good supervision by process of leading by example
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the HEMP
  • Design a safe system of work
  • Describe the principles of the safety, health and environmental management system and the application of managing safety within operations
  • Describe roles, responsibilities and accountabilities of the supervisor associated with the principles of safety ,health and environmental management system
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend
Safety and health professionals, managers, engineers, industrial hygienists, medical and health professionals, operation / maintenance / project engineers, supervisors or anyone who is associated with hazardous industrial activities
 
Collaborator
National Training Institute
 
Duration
3 days (21 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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Team Safety  
   

Team Safety shows you how to make group safety efforts work for your organization. You’ll learn how to build an effective safety team, or get the most from the team you’ve already got. The course includes a self-assessment of your level of understanding, and interactive exercises for an opportunity to use your newly learned concepts.

 
The Result
The more effective your safety team, the more measurable improvements for your organization.
 
What you will learn
  • Recognize and use key safety and health terminology, as well as team safety concepts and techniques
  • Plan for and create an effective safety team
  • Identify training and development needs of team members
  • Practice communication skills to conduct productive meetings with your team
  • How to help your team influence your organization
  • Build stronger meeting management skills
  • Give your team the tools to make a positive impact on your organization’s safety culture.
Who should attend
All levels of management, safety practitioners, and individuals responsible for putting together safety teams. Engineers, supervisors, inspectors, operation and maintenance personnel, construction supervisors, safety coordinators, and personnel involved with safety of workforce.
 
Collaborator
National Safety Council, USA
 
Duration
1 day course (8 AM to 3 PM)
 
Language
English
 

Continuing Educational Units (CEUs) from National Safety Council, USA: 0.6

(The CEUs will help in award of the ‘Advanced Safety Certificate’ from the National safety Council, USA)

 
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Temporary Traffic Control - Design and Supervision  

 

Training Goal

Temporary Traffic Control in Highway Work Zones - Design and Supervision prepares work zone supervisors to interpret, adapt, and implement Traffic Control Plans. It focuses on specific job responsibilities and covers information in parts I, V, and VI of the Federal Highway Administration's Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).

 
Course Outline
  • Become familiar with the MUTCD and learn to use it as a reference
  • Get the skills and knowledge to interpret a Traffic Control Plan (TCP)
  • Learn to verify the accuracy of existing TCPs and adapt or modify them using the MUTCD
  • Learn to implement a safe TCP
  • Local regulations as well as federal guidelines
  • Temporary Traffic Control is based on the most current federal regulations, and reviewed by the leading industry experts.
Training Method
  • It's based on real-world situations. Experienced instructors lead students through problem-solving exercises, using the MUTCD and state guidelines.
  • Discussions, lectures, and brainstorming
Who should attend

Engineers, Supervisors, and workers responsible for:

  • Establishing and maintaining traffic control devices in or near vehicle right-of-way
  • Keeping workers safe while in or near vehicle right-of-way
  • Installing signs and warning devices
  • Controlling traffic flow in construction, maintenance, or utility work zones
Collaborator

National Safety Council, USA

 
Duration
2 days (16 hours)
 
Language
English
 
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We are authorized to arrange and deliver National Safety Council, USA training courses. You may visit the National Safety Council, USA website through the following link:

http://www.nsc.org/train/index.cfm
 
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