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LEGAL LIABILITY Occupational Health & Safety Act

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The INTRA e-Learning training was created specifically for South African employers and employees.

COVID-19 work-from-home protocols established e’Learning as a permanent feature in the education landscape.

This course content can be accessed, consumed and shared at a time and place that best suits the learner.

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

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