Course Description



Defensive Driving

It is a form of training for motor vehicle drivers that goes beyond mastery of the rules of the road and the basic mechanics of driving. Its aim is to reduce the risk of collision by anticipating dangerous situations, despite adverse conditions or the mistakes of others

The defensive driver training course is highly intensive course into learning and development. It involves pre-course reading and work during the course.

Core elements of the training include:

  • Safe Driving to  Standards
  • Route Planning
  • Threats & Risks
  • Hazards & Observations
  • Vehicle Security & Search Techniques
  • Anti-Ambush/Hi-jack Drills
  • Counter Surveillance
  • Convoy Drills
  • Day & Night Driving
  • Vehicle-Based First Aid
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Disaster Management

Disaster Management is the organization and management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies, in particular, preparedness, response, and recovery in order to lessen the impact of disasters.

The purpose of this Disaster Management course is to provide the knowledge and ability to:

  • Save lives and mitigate damages by making the right decisions
  • Train and rehearse your Incident Management System
  • Organize and deploy resources in a safe and efficient manner
  • Improve the flow of information and decision making
  • Strategically coordination of tasks
  • Apply Standard Operating Procedures for multi-service response
  • Facilitate continuity of operations
  • Prepare for large scale exercises
  • Enable better performance in live exercises and real situations
  • Practice Planning and Mapping for Command Post Staff


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Electrical Safety

The course will provide participants with the knowledge and information necessary to understand electricity and the dangers associated with it

A The purpose of this Disaster Management course is to provide the knowledge and ability to:

  • List the implications of the legislation on the use of electricity at work.
  • Identify electrical hazards in the workplace.
  • Describe protective measures against direct and indirect contact.
  • Identify methods of isolation and switching.
  • Use of Safety equipment’s
  • Raising awareness of the dangers of electricity.
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Emergency Management

Emergency managers understand the importance of managing risks during dynamic incidents. This course will provide you with an introduction to the concepts, issues, processes, and structures relevant to the management of risk during the emergency phase of an incident.

The Purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and ability to:

  • Identify Risk management and incident command systems
  • How to develop The incident timeline
  • Review incident and debrief processes
  • Knowledge of Decision-making and situational awareness
  • Evaluate the relationship between leadership and followership.
  • Explain what factors influence risk and why risk management is important to the incident manager.
  • Describe how people make decisions and how leadership and followership influence decision-making processes.
  • Explore why emergency incidents go wrong and why good situational awareness is so important in preventing disasters.
  • Describe various incident command systems.
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Evacuation Plan

Emergency evacuation training instructs employees on what to do and what not to do in the event of an emergency situation. Additionally, all businesses should have written emergency plans which clearly show the location of emergency equipment, exits, and evacuation procedures.

The Purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and concept of evacuation plan to:

  • Define and identify emergency situations
  • Understand the basics of Health and Safety in the workplace
  • Identify and locate emergency exit routes and assembly points
  • Evacuate the premises
  • Identify and locate emergency equipment
  • React to various emergency scenarios
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First Aid Training

Improve your ability to respond to emergencies by attending first aid training. This course is ideal for anyone who wants to learn basic first aid to help adults and children during emergency situations. Participants will learn to recognize life-threatening situations and be able to offer vital assistance until emergency services arrive.

The Purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge of first aid

  • Responsibilities of the first-aider
  • Assessing an incident
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Shock
  • Seizures
  • Dealing with minor injuries
  • Broken bones
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House Keeping

Keeping a clean and organized place is usually a daunting task for most people due to the busy schedules and lack of the necessary skills. Our team has worked smart to compile a list of housekeeping training courses that equip our domestic helpers with the essential skills and knowledge.

The Purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge of

  • Cleaning Kit & Organic Cleaning Kit
  • Creating a Routine & Timetables
  • Chemistry, Fundamentals, and Recipes
  • Products/Cleaning chemicals
  • Cleaning & Organizing Bathroom
  • Cleaning rooms & Closet Organization
  • Clean Laundry & Special Material Care
  • Furniture Care & Stain Removal of uniforms and equipment’s
  • Health and Safety
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Incident Investigation

This course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills required to carry out effective incident and accident investigations. It covers accident and incident investigation, the process of gathering evidence, interviews and the compilation of reports and recommendations. The course includes practical scenarios as well as instruction to cover all of the relevant points of incident investigation.

Course  syllabus consists of nine modules:

  • Accident causation
  • Analyzing information obtained in an investigation
  • Conducting a meaningful witness interview
  • Effective documentation in an investigation
  • Making effective recommendations for corrective actions
  • Reporting and report writing
  • Statistical analysis
  • The priorities when responding to an incident
  • The purpose of an investigation
  • The sources of information to include when gathering facts
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The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the world’s largest health and safety membership body. With 44,000 members in 99 countries, IOSH is committed to ensuring that global work practices are safe, healthy and sustainable. Students taking an IOSH course will benefit from excellent, high-quality facilities and outstanding tutors with industry experience. IOSH training courses help people in all sectors stay healthy and safe at work.

The Purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge of

  • Concept of  the Occupational health and safety system, Usage of Protective equipment’s
  • Having an IOSH certificate is also a great way to enhance your reputation with your clients and customers. The course is widely recognized; it will provide solid proof that your managers and supervisors are competent in health and safety.
  • Having your staff IOSH qualified will increase the productivity of your workplace. Fewer working hours will be lost due to accidents and sickness by having increased health and safety measures.
  • The course will assist in creating a safer working environment. Having someone at the top of a company who is health and safety conscious
  • therefore will help to create a happier and confident team which will be beneficial to the business in the long run.
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It is a multidisciplinary field concerned with the safety, health, and welfare of people at work.

The Purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge of

  • Safety and health policies, goals, and procedures
  • Functions of the safety and health program, Whom to contact with questions or concerns about the program (including contact information)
  • How to report hazards, injuries, illnesses, and close calls/near misses
  • What to do in an emergency
  • Provide information on the safety and health hazards of the workplace and the controls for those hazards.
  • Emphasize that the program can only work when everyone is involved and feels comfortable discussing concerns; making suggestions; and reporting injuries, incidents, and hazards.
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Fire Prevention Plan

The purpose of this course is  Fire Prevention Plan (FPP) is to eliminate the causes of fire, prevent loss of life and property by fire, and to comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) standard on fire prevention,

The purpose of the Fire Prevention Plan (FPP) course  is to provide knowledge of

  • How to eliminate the causes of fire, prevent loss of life and property by fire, and to comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) standard on fire prevention,
  • Information and guidelines that will assist the person in recognizing, reporting, and controlling fire hazards.
  • To identify materials that are potential fire hazards and their proper handling and storage procedures.
  • To distinguish potential ignition sources and the proper control procedures of those materials.
  • Make the plan describes fire protection equipment and/or systems used to control fire hazards.
  • To identify persons responsible for maintaining the equipment and systems installed to prevent or control ignition of fires.
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Scaffolding Safety

Whether you’re working in a plant, warehouse or construction site, it’s important that you’re aware of all federal, state, and local codes, regulations and ordinances covering the use of scaffolds. Fact is, scaffold requirements vary depending on which state or city you are. Also, remember that the kind of scaffold varies from one job to another. One thing shared by every job or industry is the hazard that comes with this equipment.

This training include:

  • Nature of hazards related to scaffolds like falls and electrocution
  • Appropriate use of scaffolds and handling of materials when using them
  • Procedures in dealing with different hazards, including the use of personal fall arrest systems and falling object protection systems
  • Proper inspection of the structure
  • Identify the Weight supported by a scaffold can make or break accidents in the workplace.
  • Identify anything happens that might affect their structure
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Work at Height

Our Working at Height Training Course has been one of our most popular to date. Ideal for anyone new to the industry or as an annual refresher, it highlights all the need-to-know facts about working safely from a height.

This course includes:

  • Identification of accident causation
  • Planning and organizing work at a height
  • Identification of potential hazards
  • Safety inspections and risk assessment
  • Reduces the risk of accident at work
  • How to creates a positive health and safety culture
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HSE basic awareness

This course introduces the candidate to many aspects of the Health & Safety at Work and is intended help raise safety standards and awareness. By the end of the course delegates will know how to manage safety effectively.

Employers have a legal responsibility to provide key safety information to staff. The Health & Safety Awareness Course will deliver exactly that and provide your business with legal compliance.

The purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and ability to apply the concept of health and safety measures i.e.

  • Introductions & Objectives
  • Hazard Spotting, Causes of accidents and ill health
  • Employee’s and Employer’s responsibilities
  • Risk Assessments
  • Manual Handling, reporting Injuries, Diseases & Dangerous Occurrences
  • Provision & use of Workplace Equipment
  • First Aid
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
  • Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations
  • Fire Safety & Electrical Safety
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Accident investigation

The process of analysis is extremely important in identifying and eliminating those conditions, behaviors and system weaknesses that result in workplace accidents.

In this training you will learn the various concepts, principles and procedures related to the analysis process so that you can, hopefully, transform your workplace, as close as possible, into a “risk free” zone.

The purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and ability to apply the concept of investigation during accidents:

  • The purpose of an accident investigation i.e. Fix the system not the blame!
  • The severity of an injury dependency
  • Incident and Accident Definition
  • Investigation Planning
  • What is the first thing that needs to happen before investigating an accident at work?
  • How to Gather Facts
  • Determining the causes & Sequence of Events
  • The Accident Report writing
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Risk analysis

Risk management is a process of the identifying, evaluating and prioritization of risks and formulate a procedure to minimize, Monitor and control the impact using various techniques and tools.

The risk management training courses offers the detailed overview of various methods and techniques of risk management and help you to learn to use them to implement and minimize the impact of risks on your business.

The purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and ability to apply the concept of risk analysis:

  • Perform a risk analysis, evaluation and assessment
  • Use standard risk assessment tools like FMEA, FTA, PHA, HAZOP and HACCP
  • Understand the fundamental and various techniques of risk analysis
  • Use the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis FMEA technique
  • Use the Fault Tree Analysis FTA technique
  • Use the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point HACCP technique
  • Use the Preliminary Hazard Analysis PHA technique
  • Use the Hazard and Operability Study HAZOP technique
  • Adapt and use the risk analysis techniques in a flexible way to virtually every field of work
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Method statement

A method statement must be written by a competent person familiar with the work processes. This method statement course covers all aspects used to specify the health and safety control measures needed to control the hazards identified by the risk assessment, which has been carried out for the task or operation.

The purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and ability to apply the concept of Method Statement:

  • Method statements are always ‘site specific’, and are used to control the operation
  • To ensure that all concerned are aware of the hazards associated with the work and the safety precautions that need to be taken.
  • To be familiar with the contents of a method statement
  • Know how to write a method statement report
  • Know how to identify common errors when reviewing method statements.
  • Need of a method statement?
  • method statement errors
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Prevention plan

A Prevention Plan is a regulatory approach to risk assessment and the coordination of preventive measures in the workplace or during an intervention by an outside firm within a facility

The purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and ability to apply the concept of Prevention plan to:

  • Provides employees with information and guidelines that will assist them in recognizing, reporting, and controlling potential hazards.
  • Identifies materials that are potential hazards (Physical, Biological & Chemical) and their proper handling and storage procedures.
  • Distinguishes potential ignition sources and the proper control procedures of those materials.
  • Make The plan describes use of protection equipment and/or systems used to control physical hazards.
  • Identify persons responsible for maintaining the Personal protective equipment and aware other about them.
  • Develop the Prevention plan identifies persons responsible for the control and accumulation of flammable or combustible material.
  • Describes good housekeeping procedures necessary to insure the control of accumulated flammable and combustible waste material and residues to avoid a fire emergency.
  • Develop the plan provides training to employees with regard to potential hazards Physical, Biological & Chemical) to which they may be exposed.
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Work permit

Work Permit Training are Instructions or procedures are adequate for most work activities, but some require extra care.

This course will provide the information and the necessary tools that you will need in order to recognize the risks associated with the hazardous jobs, you will learn the procedures to control and minimize risks through work permit system

The purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and ability to apply the concept of Work Permit to:

  • Design and develop a formal written procedure to give greater control over tasks that involve inherently higher risks.
  • When a permit to work is required? Issues of permit to work – Roles and responsibilities
  • Communication processes to complement permit systems
  • Training and competency, Documentation, records, and auditing.
  • Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
  • Plant isolation/lock out tag out procedures
  • To set out the precautions required to complete the work safely, based on a risk assessment.
  • Life Cycle of a Work permit which will develop knowledge to
    • Identify need for work permit
    • Prepare work site for authorized work
    • Raise and issue work permits
    • Monitor work for compliance
    • Receive end of day report
  • Work Permit system design which might include but not limited to:
    • Contractor working
    • Hot work
    • Working in confined spaces
    • Working at height/roof work
    • Working with hazardous substances
    • Work require energy (electrical, pneumatic etc.) isolation
    • Excavation
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MSDS Training

An MSDS or material safety data sheet is the backbone of a compliant hazardous chemical management system.

This MSDS training provides both workers and supervisors with a better understanding of how to interpret a Material Safety Data Sheet and describes specific requirements associated with MSDSs in the workplace.

The purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and ability to apply the concept of Material Safety Data Management to:

  • Why “Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)” Matters:
    • Material safety data sheets (MSDSs) are a critical component of OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200).
    • The MSDS is the vital link between employees and the information they need to work safely with chemicals.
    • Employees who don’t understand hazards and protections are more likely to have accidents and dangerous exposures.
    • cited for failing to make MSDSs readily available or failing to train their workers to interpret the safety and health information
    • contained in the MSDS.
  • All employees who need access to MSDSs must be trained to use the system effectively to quickly find a specific MSDS.
  • Make sure employees have unimpeded access. If you rely on one of the electronic MSDS systems, avoid OSHA violations by making sure to provide a backup system.
  • The MSDS is the foundation of chemical safety in the workplace.
  • Importance of MSDS in handling, storing, or disposing of any hazardous chemical.
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Fire warden

Fire Warden Training course delivers the depth knowledge on fire safety matters and security plans.

The purpose of the following course is to provide you with a necessary introductory grounding in the areas of exactly what a fire warden is, what their responsibilities are, and how best they should conduct themselves in the event of one of the most unthinkable emergencies, a devastating fire.

The purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and ability to apply the responsibility of fir warden to:

  • Understand the ingredients necessary for the creation of fires and how this information can lead to improving your workplace’s safety.
  • Gain relevant knowledge on what being a fire warden means in practice.
  • Discover how to assess the risks of your workplace and learn how you can review and possibly update the fire plan.
  • Use what you learn on this course to develop your workplace’s fire safety arrangements and procedures.
  • Identify potential hazards in your workplace and learn how to minimize or eliminate the risks.
  • Explore what the law says about fire safety to ensure your employer is doing their duties.


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Fire extinguisher

OH&S  requires employers who provide fire extinguishers in the workplace that are available for employee use to also provide an “educational program” for affected workers that covers the principles of fire extinguisher use as well as the hazards of incipient-stage (early stage) fire-fighting.

This fire extinguisher training courses cover basic fire safety and how to correctly handle and use equipment such as fire extinguishers, fire hose reels and fire blankets.

The purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and ability to apply the responsibility of fir warden to:

  • An overview of common types of fire protection equipment
  • A discussion of common extinguisher types
  • Education on common causes of fires
  • A review of current fire evacuation procedures
  • A review of current fire evacuation procedures
  • Fire hazard awareness training
  • Raising the alarm
  • Fire Safety & Evacuation
  • Types of Fire Extinguishers
  • Safety procedures when fighting fires
  • Firefighting Tactics
  • Practical Fire Extinguisher, Fire Blanket & Fire Hose Reel scenarios The different classes of fires


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