COVID-19 Training for Health & Safety Officers

Start
June 2, 2020 11:00 am
End
June 2, 2020 2:00 pm
Address
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R950.00

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Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
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More than 51% Black Women Owned

Online Course : COVID-19 Training for Health and Safety Officers

About the Online Workshop

This 3-hour online workshop is aimed at capacitating delegates to comply with, and implement the “new normal” in their workplaces.

The Regulations and Directions under the Disaster Management Act, the Department of Employment and Labour as well as the Department of Health require very specific and comprehensive responsibilities of employers in respect of appointing and capacitating Covid-19 representatives/ appointees.

  • In order to meet their legal obligations as stipulated in the Directive issued by the Department of Employment and Labour, employers will require their Health & Safety Officers to be skilled in certain Covid-19-specific aspects
  • Employers operating in the e-Commerce space are specifically expected to have their designated Health and Safety Officers be “adequately trained”.

Who Should Attend

  • Health and Safety Officers;
  • Health and Safety Representatives;
  • Human Resource Managers;
  • Operations Managers;
  • Covid-19 Manager as per DOL Directive;
  • Covid-19 Compliance Officer appointed as per the Disaster Management Regulations

Workshop Details

Date:  2 or 9 June 2020

Venue:   Virtual (Via Zoom)

Time:   11:00 – 14:00

Cost:  R 950 (excl. VAT)

About the Presenters

Philippe Lapere is an Industrial Engineer and external consultant at Global Business Solutions

He is a training facilitator, consultant to industry on management software and a compliance expert.

Previously Manufacturing Excellence Business Partner at Yanfeng Global Automotive Interiors.

John Botha has been a lead negotiator (for Business) at NEDLAC, a Group Executive Director for the largest human capital solutions business on the JSE and an Employment Equity Commissioner.

His previous employment at Sasol meant he was himself an OHS representative and as such is able to combine business, labour relations and health & safety matters seamlessly and practically.

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Workshop Outline

The course will cover:

 

1.Unpacking the Hazard: basic knowledge on the nature and dose of SARS-CoV-2 to which an employee may be exposed, the suspected route of exposure, where it is present, the physical forms, the basics of Covid-19 effects on people, exposure duration, Hazardous Biological Agent classification

 

2. Containment Measures

  • Scientifically defined
  • Legally defined

 

3. The Risk Assessment in accordance with the HBA Regulations and the DEL Directive.

 

4. Covid-19 Worker Induction

 

5. Other Legal Considerations:

  • Covid-19 policy
  • Covid-19 Plan
  • Legal appointments
  • Health & Safety Committee involvement
  • Employee duties
  • Monitoring by Department of Employment & Labour
  • Sectoral guideline

 

6. Containment Practicalities

  • Minimisation of number and contact of workers
  • Social distancing controls
  • Symptom screening and temperature
  • Sanitising
  • Disinfection
  • PPE
  • Public access
  • Ventilation

 

7. Case Management

 

8. Monitoring and Supervision

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Event Details

Start
June 2, 2020 11:00 am
End
June 2, 2020 2:00 pm
Address
Online   View map

R950.00

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Online Course : COVID-19 Training for Health and Safety Officers

About the Online Workshop

This 3-hour online workshop is aimed at capacitating delegates to comply with, and implement the “new normal” in their workplaces.

The Regulations and Directions under the Disaster Management Act, the Department of Employment and Labour as well as the Department of Health require very specific and comprehensive responsibilities of employers in respect of appointing and capacitating Covid-19 representatives/ appointees.

  • In order to meet their legal obligations as stipulated in the Directive issued by the Department of Employment and Labour, employers will require their Health & Safety Officers to be skilled in certain Covid-19-specific aspects
  • Employers operating in the e-Commerce space are specifically expected to have their designated Health and Safety Officers be “adequately trained”.

Who Should Attend

  • Health and Safety Officers;
  • Health and Safety Representatives;
  • Human Resource Managers;
  • Operations Managers;
  • Covid-19 Manager as per DOL Directive;
  • Covid-19 Compliance Officer appointed as per the Disaster Management Regulations

Workshop Details

Date:  2 or 9 June 2020

Venue:   Virtual (Via Zoom)

Time:   11:00 – 14:00

Cost:  R 950 (excl. VAT)

About the Presenters

Philippe Lapere is an Industrial Engineer and external consultant at Global Business Solutions

He is a training facilitator, consultant to industry on management software and a compliance expert.

Previously Manufacturing Excellence Business Partner at Yanfeng Global Automotive Interiors.

John Botha has been a lead negotiator (for Business) at NEDLAC, a Group Executive Director for the largest human capital solutions business on the JSE and an Employment Equity Commissioner.

His previous employment at Sasol meant he was himself an OHS representative and as such is able to combine business, labour relations and health & safety matters seamlessly and practically.

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Workshop Outline

The course will cover:

 

1.Unpacking the Hazard: basic knowledge on the nature and dose of SARS-CoV-2 to which an employee may be exposed, the suspected route of exposure, where it is present, the physical forms, the basics of Covid-19 effects on people, exposure duration, Hazardous Biological Agent classification

 

2. Containment Measures

  • Scientifically defined
  • Legally defined

 

3. The Risk Assessment in accordance with the HBA Regulations and the DEL Directive.

 

4. Covid-19 Worker Induction

 

5. Other Legal Considerations:

  • Covid-19 policy
  • Covid-19 Plan
  • Legal appointments
  • Health & Safety Committee involvement
  • Employee duties
  • Monitoring by Department of Employment & Labour
  • Sectoral guideline

 

6. Containment Practicalities

  • Minimisation of number and contact of workers
  • Social distancing controls
  • Symptom screening and temperature
  • Sanitising
  • Disinfection
  • PPE
  • Public access
  • Ventilation

 

7. Case Management

 

8. Monitoring and Supervision

Category:

Status

Event Details

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Online Course : COVID-19 Training for Health and Safety Officers

About the Online Workshop

This 3-hour online workshop is aimed at capacitating delegates to comply with, and implement the “new normal” in their workplaces.

The Regulations and Directions under the Disaster Management Act, the Department of Employment and Labour as well as the Department of Health require very specific and comprehensive responsibilities of employers in respect of appointing and capacitating Covid-19 representatives/ appointees.

  • In order to meet their legal obligations as stipulated in the Directive issued by the Department of Employment and Labour, employers will require their Health & Safety Officers to be skilled in certain Covid-19-specific aspects
  • Employers operating in the e-Commerce space are specifically expected to have their designated Health and Safety Officers be “adequately trained”.

Who Should Attend

  • Health and Safety Officers;
  • Health and Safety Representatives;
  • Human Resource Managers;
  • Operations Managers;
  • Covid-19 Manager as per DOL Directive;
  • Covid-19 Compliance Officer appointed as per the Disaster Management Regulations

Workshop Details

Date:  2 or 9 June 2020

Venue:   Virtual (Via Zoom)

Time:   11:00 – 14:00

Cost:  R 950 (excl. VAT)

About the Presenters

Philippe Lapere is an Industrial Engineer and external consultant at Global Business Solutions

He is a training facilitator, consultant to industry on management software and a compliance expert.

Previously Manufacturing Excellence Business Partner at Yanfeng Global Automotive Interiors.

John Botha has been a lead negotiator (for Business) at NEDLAC, a Group Executive Director for the largest human capital solutions business on the JSE and an Employment Equity Commissioner.

His previous employment at Sasol meant he was himself an OHS representative and as such is able to combine business, labour relations and health & safety matters seamlessly and practically.

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

Workshop Outline

The course will cover:

 

1.Unpacking the Hazard: basic knowledge on the nature and dose of SARS-CoV-2 to which an employee may be exposed, the suspected route of exposure, where it is present, the physical forms, the basics of Covid-19 effects on people, exposure duration, Hazardous Biological Agent classification

 

2. Containment Measures

  • Scientifically defined
  • Legally defined

 

3. The Risk Assessment in accordance with the HBA Regulations and the DEL Directive.

 

4. Covid-19 Worker Induction

 

5. Other Legal Considerations:

  • Covid-19 policy
  • Covid-19 Plan
  • Legal appointments
  • Health & Safety Committee involvement
  • Employee duties
  • Monitoring by Department of Employment & Labour
  • Sectoral guideline

 

6. Containment Practicalities

  • Minimisation of number and contact of workers
  • Social distancing controls
  • Symptom screening and temperature
  • Sanitising
  • Disinfection
  • PPE
  • Public access
  • Ventilation

 

7. Case Management

 

8. Monitoring and Supervision

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