Fire Safety Training

Fire safety training for employees is one of the best investments you can make in your company. Not only will it help keep your workers safe, but it will also help prevent fires. Fire safety training is important because it gives your employees the valuable knowledge and skills they need to prevent fires and get out of burning buildings. During any emergency, confusion, and panic can often be almost as dangerous as the emergency itself. If your employees are not familiar with your fire suppression systems, they do not have a set evacuation routes, or they do not have a detailed emergency action plan, the chances of confusion, injuries, and unnecessary damage will increase 

Fire safety training can help them to remain calm under pressure, using the available tools to suppress the fire and ensure everyone evacuates safely. Not only is it best practice to have a team that is prepared for an emergency, it’s often required by OSHA and local agencies to have at least some safety training, including how to use fire extinguishers.

  • Supervisor
  • Security Guard
  • Store Man/Keeper
  • Safety Professional
  • Engineer
  • HR Professional
  • Interested Party and others

8 hrs approx.

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Fire initiation, classification and spread
  • Fire risk assessment
  • Fire prevention and prevention of fire spread
  • Fire alarm systems and fire-fighting arrangements
  • Evacuation of a workplace

  1. Hand Out
  2. Note Pad
  3. Pen
  4. Group Certificate
  5. More

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Fire First Responder

To fight the Fire and tackle situation in emergency

  • Fire Marshall
  • Medical First Aider
  • Traffic and Police services
  • Supervisor
  • Security Guard
  • Store Man/Keeper
  • Safety Professional
  • Engineer
  • HR Professional
  • Interested Party and others

3 day approx.

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

Theory:

1.Fire and Classification, Extinguishing methods, Fire Extinguishers, type and suitability, Fire Prevention and Protections, Do and Don’ts,

  1. Safety measures and Safety equipments and uses,
  2. Medical First Aid, Medical Triage, CPR, Stretcher, Transportation of Casualties,
  3. Traffic Controls, Police and Administration.

Practical:

  1. Fire Extinguisher’s operating methods, use of fixed installations and Fire & Rescue Tools and Vehicles.
  2. Safety precautions at site and use of PPEs.
  3. Medical First Aider, Bleeding controls, Fractures & injuries, CPR etc.
  4. Duties of Traffic Police and Administration assistance i.e. VIP / Media.

  1. Hand Out
  2. Note Pad
  3. Pen
  4. Group Certificate
  5. More

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

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First Aid & CPR Training

It saves lives: First aid training provides your staff with the confidence and capability to react immediately to an incident, injury or illness. In the event of a medical emergency, when properly trained, a fellow employee can administer basic medical treatment or CPR (as needed)

  • Fire Marshall
  • Medical First Aider
  • Traffic and Police services
  • Supervisor
  • Security Guard
  • Store Man/Keeper
  • Safety Professional
  • Engineer
  • HR Professional
  • Interested Party and others

8 hrs. approx.

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  1. Introduction of first Aid
  2. Scene Safety Vital signs, Primary Survey
  3. BLS,CPR Recovery Position
  4. Choking
  5. Bleeding
  6. Electric Shock
  7. Burn
  8. Bone and Joint Injuries
  9. Spine Injuries
  10. Emergency Transfer and Victim Transfer
  11. Drowning
  12. Animal Bites
  13. Extreme Temperature
  14. Suspension Trauma

  1. Hand Out
  2. Note Pad
  3. Pen
  4. Group Certificate
  5. More

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Work at Height

Falls from height are one of the most common causes of injury at work. They can result in serious injuries and fatalities to people at work and others passing by, including those carrying out construction and maintenance as well as members of the public. Therefore, it's important that anyone carrying out work at height activities understands how to work safely and responsibly and in accordance with the law.

This Working at Height training course helps you to comply with the Work at Height Regulations by providing employers and employees with the necessary information needed to be able to successfully deal with working at height risks and control measures. This includes an understanding of how to undertake a working at height risk assessment to effectively control and manage risks, how to use access equipment safely and how to ensure that employees can reduce their risk of falls from height

Anyone who works at height in any place, including a place at or below ground level, is required to undertake training to prove that they are competent and safe in their work.

It is the employer’s duty to ensure that this training is provided: Regulation states that employers must ensure all employees engaged in any work at height activity must be competent to do so. This includes, but is not limited to, professions such as:

  • Gutter cleaning.
  • Solar panel installation.
  • Putting up displays.
  • Minor roof work.
  • Shelf stacking.
  • Window cleaning.
  • Unloading a vehicle.
  • Machine maintenance.
  • Excavations.

This online training course provides awareness education. Depending on your company risk assessment, further training may be required to complete the all-round skills and knowledge to carry this forward practically in your organisation.

8 hrs. approx.

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

The risks, Work at Height Regulations, employer duties, and employee duties.

What is a risk assessment?, identifying hazards, deciding who may be harmed, evaluating risks, recording findings, and reviewing and updating.

Avoiding work at height, preventing falls, reducing the consequences of a fall, personal protective equipment, selection of work equipment, fragile surfaces, vehicles, training, inspection of work equipment, and emergency procedures.

  1. Hand Out
  2. Note Pad
  3. Pen
  4. Group Certificate
  5. More

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Farm Tocli

FARM-ToCli is a training module focused on in-depth knowledge of working safely at height. It is targeted for the Engineers / Technicians / Riggers deployed by the Contractors or Vendors of Vodafone and other Telecom majors for tower climbing and working safely on heights.

Supervisors and workers who are engaged in work at height related activities.

8 hrs approx.

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

Getting Started: Introduction
• Case Study of an Accident, Root Cause Analysis and Cost Iceberg of Accident
• Common Telecom Hazards, Risk Assessment and Control Measures
• Absolute safety rules
• Role of supervisor and tool box talk
• Fall Protection Plan & PFPE
• Anchor Points, Basics of Rigging & Slinging and Knots
• Equipment Inspection
• Fall Factor & Minimum Free Space
• Set-up and inspection of rescue equipment
• Rescue ascent & descent with various rescue devices and techniques
• First responder techniques and responsibilities
• Hands-on practical exercises with skilled instructors as monitors
• Assessment

  1. Hand Out
  2. Note Pad
  3. Pen
  4. Group Certificate
  5. More

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Facade Cleaning Safety

Window cleaning can be potentially hazardous but you can be assured that we are fully compliant with all current health and safety legislation. We can design a practical and cost effective window cleaning program to meet your individual site requirements; we will then deliver a consistent quality service, efficiently and above all safely.

Contractor, Manager, Engineer,Worker and supervisor

6 hrs approx.

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

Controlled descent

Use of back-up system

Short ascent

Change from one rope to another

Knots, elementary safe rigging, rope management

Selection of safe anchor points

Equipment care and pre-use checks

Safety of third parties

Elementary rescue.

First Aid

  1. Hand Out
  2. Note Pad
  3. Pen
  4. Group Certificate
  5. More

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Statuary Requirements

The basic aim of the concerned law making and amending authorities is to devise laws which provide safety standards to protect the basic needs of workers and take care of their welfare. These laws are flexible enough to create rather than destroy jobs, and increase the overall wellbeing of workers.

The main objectives of OHS related legislation are:

 Providing a statutory framework including the enactment of a general enabling legislation on OHS in respect of all sectors of economic activities, and designing suitable control systems of compliance, enforcement and incentives for better compliance.

Providing administrative and technical support services. 

Providing a system of incentives to employers and employees so that they achieve higher health and safety standards.

Establishing and developing research and development capabilities in emerging areas of risk and effective control measures.

Reducing the incidence of work related injuries, fatalities and diseases. 

Reducing the cost of workplace injuries and diseases.

Increasing community awareness regarding areas related to OHS.

Safety Professional, Supervisor, Engineer, Manager and Contractor etc.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Factory Act, 1948
  • Central Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and Rules 1989.
  • Environmental Protection Act , 1986 and rules , 1986 amended till 2008.
  • Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous chemicals rules , 1989 amended in 2000
  • Bio- Medical waste ( Management and Handling ) Rules , 2016
  • Hazardous waste ( Management, Handling and Trans – boundary Movement ) Rules, 2016
  • Explosives Act, 1884 and Rules - Explosive Rules , 2008, Gas Cylinder Rules , 2016 ; Static and Mobile Pressure Vessels ( Unfired ) Rules,2016
  • Petroleum act , 1934 and Rules, 2002
  • Indian Electricity Act , 2003 and Rules , 1956 amended 2005
  • Indian Boilers Act , 1923, Indian Boiler Regulations
  • BOCW A, 1996, Central Rules , 1998.
  • The Workmen’s Compensation Act
  • The Employees’ State Insurance Act

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Hot Work

Workers performing hot work such as welding, cutting, brazing, soldering and grinding are exposed to the risk of fires from ignition of flammable or combustible materials in the space, and from leaks of flammable gas into the space, from hot work equipment

Safety Professional, Supervisor, Engineer, Manager and Contractor etc.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Introduction
  • Training Objectives
  • What is Hot Work?
  • Managing Hot Work
  • Required Training
  • Fire Hazards
  • Physical Hazards (Arc Flashes)
  • Hot Work Preparation
  • Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety
  • Fire Watch Requirements
  • Fire Watch
  • PPE
  • Flammable Material
  • Housekeeping
  • Signage
  • Hot Work Permits
  • Confined Spaces
  • Permit Criteria
  • Summary
  •  

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

BBS-Behaviour Based Safety

The course will guide participants on learning BBS Concepts, Observation and Feedback processes and implementation of BBS in an organization. The program implementation will help in reducing incidents/ accidents.

 

The Objectives of this training is to

 

  • Understand the concept of behaviour based safety.
  • The need of behaviour based safety.
  • Importance of safety culture, basis of behaviour based safety.
  • Implementation behaviour based safety program.

Safety Professional, Supervisor, Engineer, Manager and Contractor etc.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Course Introduction
  • What is behaviour safety?
  • Why focus on behavioural safety?
  • Why do the people behave the way they do?
  • BBS principles
  • Core elements of BBS program
  • Advantages of BBS
  • Safety culture- Total culture and different safety cultures
  • Different approaches to managing behaviour- Employee driven (Bottom up approach), Management driven (Top down approach) Collective approach (Holistic approach
  • Why Accidents happen? Heinrich’s Triangle, Hierarchy of controls, Swiss Cheese model, Causes of accidents.
  • Basis of Behavioural Safety- Six fundamental pillars.
  • Behavioural improvement model/Human errors and violations, training. requirements, motivation
  • Methodology for implementation of BBS program

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Crane Safety

The basic aim of the concerned law making and amending authorities is to devise laws which provide safety standards to protect the basic needs of workers and take care of their welfare. These laws are flexible enough to create rather than destroy jobs, and increase the overall wellbeing of workers.

The main objectives of OHS related legislation are:

 Providing a statutory framework including the enactment of a general enabling legislation on OHS in respect of all sectors of economic activities, and designing suitable control systems of compliance, enforcement and incentives for better compliance.

Providing administrative and technical support services. 

Providing a system of incentives to employers and employees so that they achieve higher health and safety standards.

Establishing and developing research and development capabilities in emerging areas of risk and effective control measures.

Reducing the incidence of work related injuries, fatalities and diseases. 

Reducing the cost of workplace injuries and diseases.

Increasing community awareness regarding areas related to OHS.

Safety Professional, Supervisor, Engineer, Manager and Contractor etc.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Factory Act, 1948
  • Central Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and Rules 1989.
  • Environmental Protection Act , 1986 and rules , 1986 amended till 2008.
  • Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous chemicals rules , 1989 amended in 2000
  • Bio- Medical waste ( Management and Handling ) Rules , 2016
  • Hazardous waste ( Management, Handling and Trans – boundary Movement ) Rules, 2016
  • Explosives Act, 1884 and Rules - Explosive Rules , 2008, Gas Cylinder Rules , 2016 ; Static and Mobile Pressure Vessels ( Unfired ) Rules,2016
  • Petroleum act , 1934 and Rules, 2002
  • Indian Electricity Act , 2003 and Rules , 1956 amended 2005
  • Indian Boilers Act , 1923, Indian Boiler Regulations
  • BOCW A, 1996, Central Rules , 1998.
  • The Workmen’s Compensation Act
  • The Employees’ State Insurance Act

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Rigging Safety

The basic aim of the concerned law making and amending authorities is to devise laws which provide safety standards to protect the basic needs of workers and take care of their welfare. These laws are flexible enough to create rather than destroy jobs, and increase the overall wellbeing of workers.

The main objectives of OHS related legislation are:

 Providing a statutory framework including the enactment of a general enabling legislation on OHS in respect of all sectors of economic activities, and designing suitable control systems of compliance, enforcement and incentives for better compliance.

Providing administrative and technical support services. 

Providing a system of incentives to employers and employees so that they achieve higher health and safety standards.

Establishing and developing research and development capabilities in emerging areas of risk and effective control measures.

Reducing the incidence of work related injuries, fatalities and diseases. 

Reducing the cost of workplace injuries and diseases.

Increasing community awareness regarding areas related to OHS.

Safety Professional, Supervisor, Engineer, Manager and Contractor etc.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Factory Act, 1948
  • Central Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and Rules 1989.
  • Environmental Protection Act , 1986 and rules , 1986 amended till 2008.
  • Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous chemicals rules , 1989 amended in 2000
  • Bio- Medical waste ( Management and Handling ) Rules , 2016
  • Hazardous waste ( Management, Handling and Trans – boundary Movement ) Rules, 2016
  • Explosives Act, 1884 and Rules - Explosive Rules , 2008, Gas Cylinder Rules , 2016 ; Static and Mobile Pressure Vessels ( Unfired ) Rules,2016
  • Petroleum act , 1934 and Rules, 2002
  • Indian Electricity Act , 2003 and Rules , 1956 amended 2005
  • Indian Boilers Act , 1923, Indian Boiler Regulations
  • BOCW A, 1996, Central Rules , 1998.
  • The Workmen’s Compensation Act
  • The Employees’ State Insurance Act

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Scaffold Safety

Scaffold training is required under all  standards. Scaffolding is one of the leading causes of injury in the workplace. Everyone that is working on or around the scaffolding should be properly trained in accordance with the safety regulations. All it takes is a single person that doesn’t know what to do around scaffolding to cause serious damage either to themselves or another worker.

This training is useful for Managers, Supervisors and Operatives who are responsible for inspecting scaffolds and completing reports in accordance with statutory regulations.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

Basic safe erection and dismantling of scaffolding

Advance Safe erection and dismantling of scaffolding

Parts of the scaffolding

Type of the scaffolding e.g. Cup lock type

An independent scaffolding

Mobile scaffolding

Base supported scaffolding

Installation of ladder

Installation of Gin wheel

Inspection, maintenance and tagging system

Tie of the scaffolding

Risk, Hazard and control of the scaffolding

PPE

Inspection check list

HIRA (Hazard Identification Risk Assessment)

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Road Safety

Defensive Driving

Electrical Safety

Emergency Preparedness

The basic aim of the concerned law making and amending authorities is to devise laws which provide safety standards to protect the basic needs of workers and take care of their welfare. These laws are flexible enough to create rather than destroy jobs, and increase the overall wellbeing of workers.

The main objectives of OHS related legislation are:

 Providing a statutory framework including the enactment of a general enabling legislation on OHS in respect of all sectors of economic activities, and designing suitable control systems of compliance, enforcement and incentives for better compliance.

Providing administrative and technical support services. 

Providing a system of incentives to employers and employees so that they achieve higher health and safety standards.

Establishing and developing research and development capabilities in emerging areas of risk and effective control measures.

Reducing the incidence of work related injuries, fatalities and diseases. 

Reducing the cost of workplace injuries and diseases.

Increasing community awareness regarding areas related to OHS.

Safety Professional, Supervisor, Engineer, Manager and Contractor etc.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Factory Act, 1948
  • Central Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and Rules 1989.
  • Environmental Protection Act , 1986 and rules , 1986 amended till 2008.
  • Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous chemicals rules , 1989 amended in 2000
  • Bio- Medical waste ( Management and Handling ) Rules , 2016
  • Hazardous waste ( Management, Handling and Trans – boundary Movement ) Rules, 2016
  • Explosives Act, 1884 and Rules - Explosive Rules , 2008, Gas Cylinder Rules , 2016 ; Static and Mobile Pressure Vessels ( Unfired ) Rules,2016
  • Petroleum act , 1934 and Rules, 2002
  • Indian Electricity Act , 2003 and Rules , 1956 amended 2005
  • Indian Boilers Act , 1923, Indian Boiler Regulations
  • BOCW A, 1996, Central Rules , 1998.
  • The Workmen’s Compensation Act
  • The Employees’ State Insurance Act

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Ergonomics

The basic aim of the concerned law making and amending authorities is to devise laws which provide safety standards to protect the basic needs of workers and take care of their welfare. These laws are flexible enough to create rather than destroy jobs, and increase the overall wellbeing of workers.

The main objectives of OHS related legislation are:

 Providing a statutory framework including the enactment of a general enabling legislation on OHS in respect of all sectors of economic activities, and designing suitable control systems of compliance, enforcement and incentives for better compliance.

Providing administrative and technical support services. 

Providing a system of incentives to employers and employees so that they achieve higher health and safety standards.

Establishing and developing research and development capabilities in emerging areas of risk and effective control measures.

Reducing the incidence of work related injuries, fatalities and diseases. 

Reducing the cost of workplace injuries and diseases.

Increasing community awareness regarding areas related to OHS.

Safety Professional, Supervisor, Engineer, Manager and Contractor etc.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Factory Act, 1948
  • Central Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and Rules 1989.
  • Environmental Protection Act , 1986 and rules , 1986 amended till 2008.
  • Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous chemicals rules , 1989 amended in 2000
  • Bio- Medical waste ( Management and Handling ) Rules , 2016
  • Hazardous waste ( Management, Handling and Trans – boundary Movement ) Rules, 2016
  • Explosives Act, 1884 and Rules - Explosive Rules , 2008, Gas Cylinder Rules , 2016 ; Static and Mobile Pressure Vessels ( Unfired ) Rules,2016
  • Petroleum act , 1934 and Rules, 2002
  • Indian Electricity Act , 2003 and Rules , 1956 amended 2005
  • Indian Boilers Act , 1923, Indian Boiler Regulations
  • BOCW A, 1996, Central Rules , 1998.
  • The Workmen’s Compensation Act
  • The Employees’ State Insurance Act

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Chemical Safety

Biological Safety

Radiation Safety

COSHH

Safety Orientation

Health and safety orientation is a vital component of any company’s health and safety management system. It is the process of introducing new, inexperienced, transferred and returning employees to a safe and healthy workplace. Orientation provides employees with necessary safety information about their job and tasks, informs them of specific details about workplace hazards and provides an opportunity to learn about the company and their colleagues, ask questions and to clarify new or confusing information.

Every one at the at the workplace

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Employer and Employee Rights and Responsibilities

  • Health & Safety Procedures and Codes of Practice Related to the Employee’s Assigned Job Tasks .
  • First Aid and Reporting Illnesses & Injuries
  • Accident/Incident Reporting Procedures
  • Emergency Preparedness – Get Ready Now.
  • Emergency Preparedness – Get Ready Now.
  • Personal Protective Equipment.
  • Hazard and risk available at work place

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

Safety Management System

For all workers and organizations, health and safety should be an expressed value. Studies show that organizations committed to health and safety excellence achieve success through a strong HSMS. Many benefits are associated with the development and implementation of an HSMS. Most importantly, an effective HSMS can help prevent injuries and property loss, reduce costs, and support due diligence. Developing a proactive approach to health and safety through an HSMS and its essential elements results in long-term financial and cultural benefits.

Safety Professional, Supervisor, Engineer, Manager and Contractor etc.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

The occupational safety and health management system in the organization

  1. Policy
  2. Occupational safety and health policy
  3. Worker participation
  4. Organizing
  5. Responsibility and accountability
  6. Competence and training
  • Occupational safety and health management system documentation
  1. Communication
  2. Planning and implementation
  3. System planning, development and implementation
  4. Occupational safety and health objectives
  • Hazard prevention
  1. Prevention and control measures
  2. Management of change
  3. Emergency prevention, preparedness and response
  • Procurement
  • Contracting
  1. Evaluation
  2. Performance monitoring and measurement
  3. Investigation of work-related injuries, ill health, diseases and incidents, and their impact on safety and health performance
  • Audit
  1. Management review
  2. Action for improvement
  3. Preventive and corrective action

Continual improvement

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

HIRA

The aim of risk assessment is to ensure that hazards are eliminated, or risks minimised by the correct application of relevant standards.

The objectives of risk assessment are to prevent:

  • Death and personal
  • Other types of loss
  • Breaches of statute law, which might lead to enforcement action and/or

The direct and indirect costs that follow on from accidents

Safety Professional, Supervisor, Engineer, Manager and Contractor etc.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Factory Act, 1948
  • Central Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and Rules 1989.
  • Environmental Protection Act , 1986 and rules , 1986 amended till 2008.
  • Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous chemicals rules , 1989 amended in 2000
  • Bio- Medical waste ( Management and Handling ) Rules , 2016
  • Hazardous waste ( Management, Handling and Trans – boundary Movement ) Rules, 2016
  • Explosives Act, 1884 and Rules - Explosive Rules , 2008, Gas Cylinder Rules , 2016 ; Static and Mobile Pressure Vessels ( Unfired ) Rules,2016
  • Petroleum act , 1934 and Rules, 2002
  • Indian Electricity Act , 2003 and Rules , 1956 amended 2005
  • Indian Boilers Act , 1923, Indian Boiler Regulations
  • BOCW A, 1996, Central Rules , 1998.
  • The Workmen’s Compensation Act
  • The Employees’ State Insurance Act

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training

House Keeping

Store Safety

Construction Safety

You should always make sure that all aspects of health and safety have been considered before you step foot on the construction site. Health and safety in construction are particularly important because the industry is prone to hazardous situations and can be dangerous at times.

Safety Professional, Supervisor, Engineer, Manager and Contractor etc.

8 hrs

PPT and Audio-visual presentation of scenarios, so that participant can easily visualize the things when required.

  • Safety Management System
  • Site planning and layout
  • Excavation  
  • Scaffolding  
  • Ladders
  • Hazardous process
  • Vehicle
  • Movement of material  
  • Working position tools and equipment 

  • The working environment  
  • Personnel protective equipment (PPE)
  • Fire Safety
  • Basic First Aid
  • Working at Height
  • Electrical Safety
  • LOTO (Lockout and Tag out)
  • Safe Forklift Operation
  • Waste Management
  • Hazard Communication
  • Hot Work
  • PTW Permit to Work

  • Hand Out
  • Note Pad
  • Pen
  • Group Certificate
  • More
  •  

Pre & Post Assessment

Smart Card for Completion of Training