Integrated Rehabilitation of Security, Occupational Health and Safety Officials Course
Providing participants with advanced and up-to-date concepts of the rules and principles of the development of occupational health and safety management systems.
Enabling participants to acquire to practical skills in identifying and analysing risk sources and preparing practical plans and treatments to address them.
Providing participants with practical tools in the preparation of necessary emergency plans to address fire and emergency risks.
Providing participants with practical experiences and expertise on how to form an emergency management team and evacuation and rescue operations.
Who Should Attend?
Managers of the occupational security, health and safety sectors and units, their deputies, and those responsible for the sectors of guarding, industrial safety, OSH and environmental, quality, planning and organizational development units, human resource officers and all technicians, electricians and specialists in institutions of various industrial, service and knowledge fields, and those who are prepared and rehabilitated them for those positions and tasks, and those who are desirous to develop their skills and abilities in the field.
The concept of occupational health and safety
The concept and importance of occupational health and safety.
Tasks and duties of occupational health and safety officials.
International standards and conventions and occupational safety and health recommendations in various fields.
The concept, emergence and principles of American OSHA.
Occupational health and safety management system specifications
Occupational health and safety administrative system (OHSAS) 18001:1999.
Occupational health and safety system (NEBOSH).
Applying of safety standards according to the American OSHA system.
Regulating of the workplace, energy and electricity sources.
Fire hazards and how to prevent them.
Natural hazards and how to prevent them.
Chemical risks and how to prevent them.
First aid in the work environment.
Managing security and safety operations
Crisis management and evacuation plan.
Making the security crisis operations room.
The guard and emergency plan board and its graphic and accessories, it includes.
Tasks of the crisis management group.
Methods of regulating control and wireless communication rules.
Duties of gate guards, guard towers and patrol operators.
The duties of other members of the facility (employees/workers) in emergencies.
The means and equipment required to be available.
Training, drills and testing.
Evaluating of results.
The risks of working in accordance with the American OSHA standards
The method of risk analysis in the work environment according to the American OSHA standards.
Source and analysis of risk areas.
Risk analysis models.
Analysis of risk-handling methods.
Engineering and administrative preventive methods of risk.
Evacuation and fire-extinguishing plans
Emergency evacuation plan.
Tasks of the elements of the evacuation plan.
Common fire resistance mistakes.
The safety foundations that should be available in the fire and evacuation plans.
Portable handheld fire extinguishing equipment.
Stationary fire extinguishing equipment (automatic).
Fire prevention guide and how to behave in case of fire.
Inspection and periodic check of workplaces.
Components of a manual fire extinguisher and images of sophisticated extinguishers.