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Occupational health and safety act

LEGAL LIABILITY Occupational Health & Safety Act Training Material

R5,495.00

Present legal-compliance training with our customisable ‘Legal Liability Training Material’.

With your order, you receive:

  • Facilitator Guides
  • Facilitator PowerPoints
  • Learner Guides
  • “Certificate of Attendance” template, etc.

Unit Std: 242668 “Knowledge of Occupational Health & Safety Act & management responsibilities”
Credits: 4
NQF Level: 4

Course Content

  • Contents
  • Facilitator’s
  • Guide
  • Facilitator Support
  • Introduction to SAQA
  • Introduction to SAQA, NQF & SETA
  • NQF (National Qualifications Framework)
  • SETA (Sector Education and Training Authority)
  • OBE (Outcome Based Education)
  • Unit Standards
  • Alignment to Unit Standard 242668
  • Pre-Assessment Questionnaire
  • Assignment / PoE (Portfolio of Evidence) Workbook
  • Assignment – PoE (Portfolio of Evidence) Marking Procedure
  • Appeals Process
  • SAQA US ID 242668 [OPTIONAL]
  • Introduction to Legislation in South Africa
  • Courts in South Africa
  • Definitions and Terminology
  • Common Legal Terms
  • Terminology Confusion
  • Legislated Definitions
  • Development of OH&S Legislation in SA
  • Structure of the Act
  • The Act
  • Regulations
  • Anticipated Legislation
  • Standards and Certification
  • Other Legislation
  • Principles of Law – Overview
  • Principle of Vicarious Liability
  • Principle of Relationships [Diligens Pater Familias]
  • Health and Safety Management System
  • System Vs Symptom
  • Organisational Structure
  • Overview of Occupational Health
  • Overview of Occupational Hygiene
  • Overview of Occupational Safety
  • Collective Consultation
  • Introduction to OHS Management Systems
  • Phase 1 – Appointments and Structure
  • Phase 2 – Risk Determination
  • Phase 3 – Implementation of Controls
  • Phase 4 – Incident Management
  • Phase 5 – Monitor and Audit the System
  • Phase 6 – Develop an OHS Culture
  • Stakeholder Lethargy and Distraction
  • Introduction to the OH&S Act
  • Purpose of the Act
  • Important Sections of the Act
  • Sect 01 -Terminology and Definitions
  • Sect 01 – This Act shall not apply in respect of
  • Sect 02 – Advisory Council for Occupational Health and Safety [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 04 – Constitution of the Council [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 06 – Establishment of Technical Committees [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 07 – Health and Safety Policy [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 08 – General duties of Employers to their Employees
  • Sect 08 – Employer to conduct a HIRA
  • Sect 08 – What is a HIRA?
  • Sect 08 – Mitigating Hazards Via the Hierarchy of Control
  • Sect 08 – Provide Information, Instructions, Training
  • Sect 08 – Provisional list of Mandatory / Legal Compliance training
  • Sect 08 – Mandatory / Legal Compliance vs SETA Accredited Training
  • Sect 08 – Employer not to permit any employee to do certain work
  • Sect 08 – Employer to enforce such measures
  • Sect 08 – Employer to ensure supervision by a person trained to understand the hazards
  • Sect 08 – Employees to be informed
  • Sect 09 – Duties of Employers and Self-Employed Persons to Persons Other Than Their Employees
  • Sect 10 – Duties of Manufacturers and Others Regarding Articles and Substances for Use at Work
  • Sect 11 – Listed Work [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 12 – General Duties of Employers Regarding Listed Work [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 13 – Duty to Inform
  • Sect 13 – Risk Specific Information Sessions
  • Sect 14 – General Duties of Employees at Work
  • Sect 15 – Duty not to Interfere with, Damage or Misuse Things
  • Sect 16 – Chief Executive Officer charged with certain duties
  • Sect 17 – Health and Safety Representatives
  • Sect 18 – Functions of Health and Safety Representatives
  • Sect 19 – Health and Safety Committees
  • Sect 20 – Functions of Health and Safety Committees
  • Sect 21 – General Prohibitions [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 22 – Sale of Certain Articles Prohibited
  • Sect 23 – Certain Deductions Prohibited
  • Sect 24 – Report to Inspector Regarding Certain Incidents
  • Sect 25 – Report to Chief Inspector Regarding Occupational Disease
  • Sect 26 – Victimization Forbidden
  • Sect 27 – Designation & Functions of Chief Inspector [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 28 – Designation of Inspectors by Minister [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 29 – Functions of Inspectors [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 30 – Special Powers of Inspectors
  • Sect 31 – Investigations by inspector [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 32 – Formal Inquiries [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 33 – Joint Inquiries [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 34 – Obstruction of investigation or inquiry or presiding inspector or failure to render assistance
  • Sect 35 – Appeal against Decision of Inspector
  • Sect 36 – Disclosure of Information
  • Sect 37 – Acts or Omissions by Employees or Mandataries
  • Sect 38 – Offences, penalties and special orders of court [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 39 – Proof of Certain Facts
  • Sect 40 – Exemptions [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 41 – This Act Not Affected by Agreements
  • Sect 42 – Delegation and assignment of functions [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 43 – Regulations [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 44 – Incorporation of Health and Safety Standards in Regulations [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 45 – Serving of Notices [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 46 – Jurisdiction of Magistrates’ Courts [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 47 – State bound [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 48 – Conflict of Provisions [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 49 – Repeal of laws [OPTIONAL]
  • Sect 50 – Short title & commencement [OPTIONAL]
  • Annexure 1 Recording & Investigation of Incidents
  • Letter of Appointment

Methodology

Step 1 – Prepare

Customise to address your unique “Risk-Profile”. Add logo, SWPs, SDS, policies, procedures, photos, etc.

Step 2 – Print

Print unlimited quantity of Learner material. [All material to always reflect the publisher’s © copyright].

Step 3 – Present

Follow icon driven instructions. Experienced trainers can present the training with nominal preparation.

Key Benefits

  • Material suited to OHS Act & Regs requirements
  • Guaranteed plagiarisation-free content
  • Association with a recognized brand
  • Co-branding and use of INTRA Logo, trademarks
  • Cut course development time, effort, and cost
  • Dedicated and substantive research
  • Digital delivery of material
  • NQF Unit standard Alignment of certain Materials
  • Participation in webinars & online support
  • Right to customize the material to include your identity,
  • Photos, procedures, etc.
  • Right to modify material to suit the “Risk-Profile”
  • Right to reproduce unlimited Learner Workbooks

Unique Features

  1. Reproduction Rights – You receive the material in a Word for Windows and PowerPoint format allowing legitimate unlimited reproduction of certain material(*) for profit or not if all such documents reflect the publisher’s copyright.
  2. Capacity to Customise – Based on your risk profile, you have access to the author’s material, enabling modification and adaptation to suit your specific risk-based needs.
  3. Ready to Run – All the material to present the programme/s is supplied in a comprehensive format, allowing immediate use. This material can also be included in other internal courses such as technical, supervisory, management, quality, and technical training.

Who is This Training Material Suitable For?

All employees, contractors and sub-contractors covered by the Occupational Health & Safety Act.

Which Industries is This Training Material Suitable For?

Commerce, Industry, Education, Hospitality, Government, Agriculture, etc.

The training material is generic by nature and is ideal for most organizations.

You add the specifics.

Delivery

The training material will be delivered to you in its entirety via Google Drive once payment has been received.

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