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  Maintaining Occupational Health & Safety & General Housekeeping

This course is accredited with the Transport Education Training Authority and covers unit standard “8016”
NQF level 3, 8 Credits
Duration:1 day course

Course Overview
A learner accredited with this unit standard will be able to demonstrate applied competence in occupational health, safety awareness of environmental issues and general housekeeping based on statutory and industry requirements.

Upon completion of the learning programme, learners will be able to use the correct protective clothing and equipment, implement and comply with relevant procedures and implement the selected mechanisms for the minimising of risks.

Learning Outcomes
  • Use the correct protective clothing and equipment
  • Implementing and complying with relevant procedures
  • Implementing selected mechanisms for the minimizing of risks
The learner can understand, explain and apply:
  • Legislation pertaining to general health, safety and environmental issues (e.g. OHS Act, NOSA) ISO 1400 local authority regulations and company policies and procedures.
  • Support systems and emergency services available.
  • The information sources available to maintain and improve awareness of the need for good housekeeping and health (e.g. AIDS Awareness) in the work place in line with statutory health and safety requirements.
  • Safety signs and symbols (national and, where applicable, international).
  • Safety, health and environmental awareness.
  • Potential safety, health and environmental hazards resulting from poor practices in housekeeping, hygiene and safety.
  • The complete range of assigned safety, health and environmental housekeeping duties for which the individual is accountable.
  • Hygiene issues in the workplace.
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