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KwaZulu Private Emergency Care Training Academy

KwaZulu Private Emergency Care Training Academy

FIRST AID TRAINING COURSE

The Occupational Health & Safety act 85 of 1993 (GSR 3) states that an employer shall take all reasonable steps that are necessary under the circumstances to ensure that persons at work receive prompt first aid treatment in the case of injury or emergency Where there are 10 or more employees, employed in a workplace, the employer must appoint in writing a First Aider. The First Aider must be available during normal working hours and poses a valid certificate of competency (OHS Act 85 of 1993 – GSR 4) An Employer shall affix a prominent notice or sign in a conspicuous place at the workplace, indicating where the first aid box or boxes are kept as well as the name of the person in charge of such first aid box or boxes (OHS Act 85 of 1993 – GSR – 6)

First Aid Level 1:

Accreditation: HWSETA & DOL
Based on unit standard 120496 & Department of Labour requirements
NQF Level 2, Credits 5
Duration: 2.5 days
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Principals of first aid
  • Emergency scene management
  • Artificial respiration (ADULT)
  • Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Choking
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Shock, Unconsciousness and Fainting
  • Factures
  • Burns
  • Head and Spinal injuries

First Aid Level 2:

Accreditation: HWSETA & DOL
Based on unit standard 120496 & Department of Labour requirements
NQF Level 2, Credits 5
Duration: 4 days
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Principals of first aid
  • Emergency scene management
  • Artificial respiration
  • Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) – 1 and 2 rescuer
  • Choking
  • Pelvic and abdominal injury
  • Environmental illness and injuries
  • Burns
  • Management of foreign objects
  • Elementary anatomy and physiology
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Shock, Unconsciousness and Fainting
  • Factures
  • Head and Spinal injuries
  • Joint injuries and rescue
  • Chest, eye and hand injuries
  • Multiple injury management
  • Poison bites and stings
  • Chest pain and paralysis
  • Fits/epilepsy
  • Soft tissue injuries

First Aid Level 3:

Accreditation: HWSETA & DOL
Based on unit standard 120496 & Department of Labour requirements
NQF Level 2, Credits 5
Duration: 5 days
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Principals of first aid
  • Emergency scene management
  • Artificial respiration
  • Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) – 1 and 2 rescuer
  • Adult, child and infant resuscitation
  • Choking
  • Pelvic and abdominal injury
  • Environmental illness and injuries
  • Burns
  • Management of foreign objects
  • Elementary anatomy and physiology
  • Water accidents
  • Ethics related to emergency care
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Shock, Unconsciousness and Fainting
  • Factures
  • Head and Spinal injuries
  • Joint injuries and rescue
  • Chest, eye and hand injuries
  • Multiple injury management
  • Poison bites and stings
  • Chest pain and paralysis
  • Fits/epilepsy
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Emergency child birth
  • Behavioural emergency
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FIRE FIGHTING TRAINING COURSE

What You Need To Know About Fire Fighting In The Workplace:

All Workplaces Should Have The Following In Place:

  • Fire Protection (Fire Extinguishers, sprinklers, fire alarm etc.)
  • Fire Prevention (Rules & Policies)
  • Fire Fighting (Training)

Duties of the Employer (OHS Act 85 of 1993 Section 8) states that every employer shall provide and maintain a working environment, that is safe and without risk to the health of his employees.

Fire Fighting Course:

Course Title: Fire Marshall Training
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 252250
NQF Level 1, Credits 3
Duration: 1 Day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Fire introduction
  • The burning process
  • Procedure in case of a fire
  • The fire triangle
  • Extinguishing methods
  • Classes of fire
  • Getting out alive
  • Extinguishing mediums
  • How to operate a fire extinguisher
  • Housekeeping
  • Fire prevention
  • Practical use of a Fire Extinguisher
  • Practical use of a Hose Reel

Advanced Fire Fighting:

Course Title: Advanced Fire Fighting
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 252250
NQF Level 1, Credits 3
Duration: 2 Day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Fire introduction
  • The burning process
  • Procedure in case of a fire
  • The fire triangle
  • Extinguishing methods
  • Classes of fire
  • Getting out alive
  • Extinguishing mediums
  • How to operate a fire extinguisher
  • Housekeeping
  • Fire prevention
  • Rescue carries
  • Fire teams
  • PPE
  • Emergency evacuation procedures
  • Practical use of a Fire extinguisher
  • Practical use of a hose reel
  • Practical use of a Hydrant with drills
  • Fire blanket and buckets

Breathing Apparatus Induction:

Course Title: Breathing Apparatus Induction
Unit Standard: None
Duration: 1 Day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Introduction
  • General
  • Self-contained breathing apparatus
  • Body’s reaction while wearing SCBA
  • Limitation of the equipment
  • Limitation of the air supply
  • Working duration
  • Parts of Breathing Apparatus set
  • Steps for donning the face peace
  • Methods of donning a Breathing Apparatus set
  • Practical evaluation

Emergeny Preparedness & Evacuation:

Course Title: Emergency Preparedness & Evacuation
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 259597
NQF Level 2, Credits 3
Duration: 1 Day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Introduction
  • Emergencies and incidents
  • Emergencies and their effects
  • Types of alarms
  • Emergency Signage
  • Alarms and emergency procedure
  • Preparing for Emergency
  • Emergency Control Centre
  • Recording
  • Managing the emergency

HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING COURSE

What You Need To Know About Health & Safety Reps

The Occupational Health & Safety Act 85 of 1993 Section 17 states that every employer who has more than 20 employees in his employment at any workplace shall designate in writing for a specific period a Health & Safety Representative for such workplace, or for different sections thereof.

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If an Inspector is of the opinion that the number of Health & Safety representatives for any workplace or section thereof, including a workplace or section with 20 or fewer employees, is inadequate, he may by notice in writing direct the employer to designate such number of employees as the inspector may determine as health and safety representatives for that workplace or section thereof.

Health & Safety Committee

An employer shall in respect of each workplace where two or more health and safety representatives have been designated, establish one or more health and safety committees and, at every meeting of such a committee consult with the committee with a view to initiating, developing, promoting, maintaining and reviewing measures to ensure the health and safety of his employees.

Health & Safety Induction

Course Title: Health & Safety Induction
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 259639
NQF Level 2 Credits 4
Duration: 0.5 days
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Introduction to OHS Act 85 of 1993
  • Duties of the employer
  • Duties of the employee
  • Inspectors
  • Regulation and legislation
  • Workplace Hazards
  • Incidents
  • General Safety Rules
  • Signs and Symbols
  • PPE
  • Housekeeping
  • Emergency Procedures

Health & Safety Represtentation

Course Title: Health & Safety Representative
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 259622
NQF 2 Credits 3
Duration: 1 day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Health & Safety legislation pertaining to health and safety representatives
  • Definition and terminology of current legislation
  • The impact of current legislation on both employees and employer
  • Duties and functions of the health and safety representative
  • Duties and functions of the health and safety committee
  • Conducting safety, health and environmental activities in the workplace
  • Addressing safety, health and environmental related issues within the scope of authority
  • Resolution of Safety health and environmental issues in accordance to legislation and organisational policy and procedures

Accident/Incident Investigation

Course Title: Accident/Incident Investigation
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 259617
NQF 2 Credits 3
Duration: 1 day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Introduction to accident/incident investigation
  • Legal and organisational requirements
  • Requirements for an Investigator
  • Procedures to follow
  • Iceberg theory
  • Unsafe acts and conditions
  • Consequence of non-compliance
  • Gathering information
  • Recording evidence
  • Reporting procedure
  • Processing physical evidence

HIRA – Hazard Investigation Risk Assessment

Course Title: HIRA – Hazard Investigation Risk Assessment
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 120330
NQF Level 3 Credits 4
Duration: 1 day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • The need for SHE protection – Early days
  • Legal requirements
  • Examples of Code of Practice
  • Purpose of workplace inspections/li>
  • Hazards and Risks
  • Preparing to conduct a risk assessment
  • Conducting a risk assessment
  • Recording and reporting
  • Implementing and maintaining risk control measures
  • Implication of non-compliance

Legal Liability

Course Title: Health & Safety – Legal Liability
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 259604
NQF Level 2 Credits 4
Duration: 1 day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Definitions
  • Health and Safety Policy
  • General duties of Employers
  • General duties of Employees
  • Listed work
  • Duty to inform
  • Section 16 – Chief Executive Officer
  • Section 17 – Health and Safety Representative
  • Section 19 – Health and Safety Committee
  • General prohibitions
  • Reporting of incidents
  • Function of Inspectors
  • Powers of Inspectors
  • Investigation, formal /joint inquiries
  • OHS Act Regulations (General)
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COIDA – Compensation For Occupational Injuries & Disease Act

Course Title: COIDA – Compensation for Occupational Injuries & Disease Act
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 259610
NQF Level 2 Credits 2
Duration: 1 day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Introduction to COID Act
  • Legal requirements
  • Occupational injuries
  • Occupational disease
  • Application for compensation
  • Compensation procedures
  • Documentation

NEMA – National Environmental Management Act

Course Title: NEMA – National Environmental Management Act
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 119553
NQF Level 2 Credits 10
Duration: 2 day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • National Environmental Management principals
  • Institutions
  • Procedure for co-operative governance
  • Fair decision and conflict management
  • Integrated environmental management
  • International obligations and agreements
  • Compliance and enforcement
  • Administration of the Act
  • General and transitional provisions

Occupational Hygiene

Course Title: Occupational Hygiene
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Unit Standard: 259609
NQF Level 2 Credits 9
Duration: 2 day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • The concept of Occupational Hygiene in the workplace
  • Environmental factors that influence workplace conditions
  • Maintenance of acceptable occupational hygiene conditions in the workplace
  • Dealing with abnormal occupational hygiene conditions in the workplace

Health & Safety For Supervisors

Course Title: SHE Supervisor
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Registered Skills Programme – HW/SP/150114
NQF Level 2 Credits 6
Duration: 3 day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Occupational Health and Safety Act – 50 Sections
  • Regulations and legislation
  • General safety rules
  • Workplace Hazards
  • Unsafe Acts and conditions
  • Incident reporting and investigation
  • Overview of COIDA
  • Implementing and maintaining SHE legislation
  • Implementing and maintaining risk control measures
  • Emergency preparedness and Evacuation

SHEMTRAC – Safety, Health & Environmental Management Training Course (Safety Officer)

Course Title: SHEMTRAC – Safety Officer
Accreditation: HWSETA
Based on Registered Skills Programme – HW/SP/150467
NQF Level 2 Credits 15
Duration: 10 day
Cost: Enquire about this course

  • Occupational Health and Safety Act – 50 sections
  • Legal Liability
  • Health and Safety Representative & Safety Committee
  • Accident/Incident Investigation
  • HIRA – Hazard Investigation Risk Assessment
  • COIDA – Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Disease Act
  • NEMA – National Environmental Management Act
  • Occupational Hygiene
  • Emergency Preparedness and Evacuation

Our courses are presented at any one of our branches in KZN or at your workplace. Feel free to contact us for more information, our friendly and professional staff are always eager to assist you.

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