Partner Courses

OVERVIEW

This course aims to introduce workers to recognize common safety and health hazards and take the necessary preventive measures to avoid injuries and diseases while working in the tunnels. Under the Factories (Safety Training Courses) Order 2001 which came into effect in June 2001, all workers, including Singaporeans, must undergo a Safety Orientation Course (Tunnelling) for Workers before they are allowed to work in tunnels.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE?

This course is designed for all workers carrying out work in a tunnel in building and engineering construction worksite.

COURSE CONTENT:

  • General Safety in Tunneling Works
  • Working Hazard in Tunneling
  • Free Air Tunneling
  • Compressed Air Tunneling
  • Tunneling Equipment & Machinery
  • Confined Space, Hot Work
  • Work in Compressed Air Environment
  • Toxic Vapours and Gases
  • Procedure for Safe Work in Tunneling
  • Incident Reporting and Risk Assessment
  • Accident Case Study

 

COURSE DURATION: 4.5 hours / ½ Day

TRAINER: TRAINEE RATIO 1 : 40

ASSESSMENT Written Test (MCQ)

CERTIFICATION

Upon successful completion of the course a certificate and safety pass issued by Partner Training Organization.

PRE-REQUISITES

Participant should successfully completed Construction Safety Orientation Course for Workers – General Trade (CSOC)

Course outline

  1.       Risk Management Concepts
  2.       Regulations and Code of Practice for Risk Management
  3.       Hazard Identification Process
  4.       Risk Evaluation Methods and Procedures
  5.       Risk Control Measures
  6.       ALARP Concept (As Low As Reasonably Practicable)
  7.       Implementation of Control Measures
  8.       Effectiveness of Control Measures
  9.       Risk Communication
  10.      Developing Workplace Risk Management Plan
  11.       Case Studies related to hazardous construction activities

Course Duration

15 hours (Training)
1 hours (Assessment/Exam)

Course Overview

This unit covers basic principles in working within/around confined space. It includes the knowledge and skills for the use of appropriate gas testing equipment and methods to obtain representative results for the assessment of atmospheric condition in confined space for safe entry and work. The skill and knowledge covered will enable the learners to be appointed as confined space safety assessor under the relevant regulations.

 

Who should attend this Course?

The target audience of this competency unit may include:

  • Persons who want to obtain the knowledge to be competent for taking up appointment of a confined space safety assessorWorkplace Safety and Health (WSH) professionals such as WSH Coordinators, Officers, and Auditors
  • Occupational Hygiene (OH) professionals such as OH Technicians etc

 

Course Content

  • Prepare for confined space assessment
  • Identify hazards and take measures in confined space
  • Conduct gas testing to ascertain the atmospheric condition in the confined space is safe for entry
  • Participate in risk control and emergency response for entry into and working in a confined space
  • Monitor the confined space conditions and control measures for safe working

 

Course Duration

37 hours (Training)

3 hours (Assessment/Exam)(Full-Time/Part-Time)

Trainer

Trainee Ratio1 : 20

 

Assessment

Individuals will be assessed through various methodologies such as written questioning, written assignment, case studies, practical and oral questioning etc.

 

Certification

A Statement of Attainment (SOA) will be awarded upon completion of each unit.

Pre-requisites

  • Literacy and Numeracy
  • WSQ Employability Skills Workplace Literacy and Numeracy Level 6 or Grade C6 in GCE ‘O’ Level Mathematics
  • Grade C6 in GCE ‘O’ Level Science (Chemistry and Physics)
  • Other relevant skills/ working experience
  • WSH Skills & Knowledge equivalent to Certificate in WSH; or
  • 3 years of relevant working experience in operations and co-ordination of safety work

In place of the Certificate in WSH, we also recognise the following courses as equivalent:

  • CWSH: WSQ Certificate in WSH
  • BCSS : Building Construction Supervisors Safety Course
  • SSC : Shipyard Supervisors Safety Course
  • BISH : Basic Industrial Safety and Health Course for Supervisors
  • OPISC: Oil/Petrochemical Industry Safety Course for Supervisors

 

Course Fees

$500/- (subject to GST)

After SDF Funding:S$54 (up to 90%, subject to WDA Terms and Conditions Apply)

 SDU Points

37 points

 Funding Information

To be eligible for funding, participants must attend at least 75% of each module of the course.

Overview 

This course is designed for persons who are working in WHS as workers’ representatives, safety assistant as well as person with little WSH background knowledge and skills but wish to enter into WSH profession.

Key Features

  • Follow safe work practices and risk control procedures
  • Identify common types of hazards at the workplace
  • Identify applicable WSH requirements and roles
  • Respond to WSH Incidents
  • Interpret and analyse information received

 

Target Audience

 This course is also relevant for small businesses operators or self-employed persons. For those who intent to attain a Certificate in WSH and employed as safety promoter or assistant, this course would be especially relevant to them as it is one of the core units required to be certified and recognized by the industry

Course Entry Requirements 

Level Course Entry Requirements Assumed Skills and Knowledge (ASK)
Nil ES Workplace Literacy and Numeracy Level 4 or Secondary 2 education;

• Completed ES WSH AND

• Preferably hold a WSH related

Appointment

 

 

 

 

 

Recommended Learning Hours (RLH) : 120 Hours

5 Cores + 1 Elective  

Sno Competency Unit Title Training Hours Assessment Hours Total Hours
5 Compulsory Core Units – Sequence of Coverage            
1 Identify Hazards and Maintain Risk Control Measures 22 2hrs 24hrs
2 Support WSH Legal Compliance and Incident Reporting 22 2hrs 24hrs
3 Participate in Implementing WSH Management Process 14hrs 2hrs 16hrs
4 Communicate and Relate Effectively at the Workplace (ES WSQ)

 

14hrs 2hrs 16hrs
5 Check and report outcome of WSH inspection 14hrs 2hrs 16hrs

 

Elective Unit
1 Work in a Team

 

22hrs 2hrs 24hrs

 To attain the Advanced Certificate in WSH, learners are required to complete the following competency units and be certified ‘COMPETENT. 

Level Qualification Requirements Job Title
Core Elective
A Certificate in WSH

(CWSH)

5 1 Safety

Promoter

 

Upon successfully completing the training programme, the learner will be awarded a Statement of Attainment (SOA) for the specific competency unit.

The number of attempts a candidate is allowed to be assessed isTWO. If still certified “NOT YET COMPETENT”, the candidate must be recoursed for the Module

 Recommended Class Size and Trainer-Learner Ratio

 The maximum Trainer-Learner Ratio is 1: 25.

Recommended Assessor-to-Candidate Ratio (Mandatory Section) 

S.No

 

Assessment Strategy

 

Assessor-to-Candidate

Ratio

1 Individual Project Assignment 1:1
2 Role Play 1:5
3 Case Study 1:25
4 Oral Question Interview 1:1
5 Written Test 1:25
6 Practical Performance 1:3

 Assessment Methods

No Competency Unit Title Total Assessment Hours Role Play Case Study Written Test Individual Work Assignment Practical Performance with Oral Test
Compulsory Core Units
1 Identify Hazards and Maintain Risk Control Measures 2hrs
45mins  60 Mins 15mins
2 Support WSH Legal Compliance and Incident Reporting 2hrs
45mins  60 Mins 15mins
3 Participate in Implementing WSH Management Process 2hrs
60mins 15mins 45mins
4 Communicate and Relate Effectively at the Workplace (ES WSQ) 2hrs
30mins 30mins 30mins 30mins
5 Check and report outcome of WSH inspection 2hrs
1hr 45mins 15mins
Elective Unit
1 Work in a Team

 

2hrs
30 mins 1hr 15mins 15mins

Course Overview

Work at Height course for workers is to provide course participants with the requisite WAH knowledge so that they can perform their WAH activities properly and safely.
Who should attend this Course?This MOM accredited Work at Height course for worker is mainly for all workers required to work at heights in their daily operations and work.

Course Content

  1. Relevant Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) legislations / approved codes of practice / Singapore standards applicable to WAH and roles and responsibilities
  2. WAH hazards and preventive measures related to WAH activities
  3. Demonstrate the understanding and use and care for the various fall arrest systems and equipment
    Conducted in Various Languages : English / Mandarin / Tamil

Course Duration 7.5 hours

Trainer : Trainee Ratio 1 : 20

Assessment

Written Test (MCQ) and Practical Performance

Certification: Upon successful completion of the course a safety pass issued by Partner Training Organization.

Pre-requisites Nil

Price

Course Fees $90/- (subject to GST) After SDF Funding:S$9 (up to 90%, subject to WDA Terms and Conditions Apply)

Funding Ref Code : CRS-N-0028436

Course Overview
Under the WSH Act 2006 (Scaffolds) Regulations: “The scaffold supervisor shall be a person who has undergone a course of training approved by the Commissioner” – Regulation 6(1). This course of training is the “Supervision of Metal Scaffold Erection Course”.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to identify and clearly explain the following:
  • Material Requirements for scaffolding
  • Safety in erection and dismantling of scaffold including hazard identification and risk assessment
  • The WSH Act 2006 (Scaffolds)
  • Prepare and implement the scaffold inspection checklist
  • Requirements, purposes and key points for consideration when selecting different types of scaffolds
Who should attend this Course?
This course is suitable for metal scaffold erectors who want to be metal scaffold supervisors.
Course Content
  1. Introduction to scaffold
  2. Material Requirement and Work platform requirement
  3. Material Requirement for Frame scaffold
  4. Birdcage Scaffolding Requirements
  5. Erection requirement of Tower scaffold and Modular scaffold
  6. Suspended scaffold and Special scaffold
  7. Scaffolds Regulations Scaffolds register and inspection checklist Safety in Erection and Dismantling of Scaffold
Course Duration
75 hours (Include 7.5 hours of assessment hours)
Trainer : Trainee Ratio
1 : 12
Assessment
Practical and Theory assessment
Certification
Upon successful completion of the course a certificate and safety pass issued by Partner Training organization.
Pre-requisites
Participants must provide a copy of their scaffold erector’s certificate from any MOM Accredited Training Provider.
Price
Course Fees
$690/- (subject to GST) After SDF Funding:S$69 (up to 90%, subject to WDA Terms and Conditions Apply)
Funding Ref Code : CRS-N-0030271
SDU Points
To be confirmed later.
Funding Info
To be eligible for funding, participants must attend at least 75% of each module of the course.
Course Overview
On completion of this unit, learners will have the knowledge and application skills to carry out hazard identification and risk assessment, comply with the safety and health management system, co-ordinate a permit-to-work system, and carry out safety inspections and investigations.
Who should attend this Course?
The job role(s) / occupations that this unit would be relevant to may include the following parties
related to / in the process industry (Oil and Petrochemical Industry).
  • Supervisor
  • Rescue personnel
  • Manager
  • Company Safety Personnel
  • Engineers
  • Technician / Operators
Course Content
  1. Identify duties and responsibilities of a Confined Space Supervisor under the WSH
    legislations and Codes of Practice
  2. Identify, prevent and control confined space hazards
  3. Carry out and comply with the requirements of the Confined Space Entry Permit System
    using a systematic approach
  4. Apply Gas Detection Instruments and other control measures when working in confined
    space
  5. Implement the safe use of personal protective equipment and respiratory protective
    equipment when in a confined space
  6. Assist in implementing an Emergency Response Plan
Course Duration
• 29 hours (Training)
• 3 hours (Assessment/Exam)
Trainer : Trainee Ratio
1 : 20
Assessment
Practical Performance
Written / Oral Questioning Session
Certification
A Statement of Attainment (SOA) will be awarded upon completion of each unit.
Pre-requisites
Literacy and Numeracy
1. GCE’N’ Level Or Equivalent
SDU Points: 32
Course Overview
On Completion of this course, the trainees should be able to recognise the safety hazards in Shipyard work, know the preventive measures to adopted, and the importance of observing Safety signs and safe work procedures. The SSIC also aims to educate workers on their rights And responsibilities.
Who should attend this Course?
This course is designed for all workers working in the shipyard.
Course Content
  1. Legal Obligations
  2. Fire and Explosion Hazards
  3. Prevention of Fires & Explosions
  4. Preventive Measures for Specialized Operations
  5. Preventive Measures for Material Handling
  6. Preventive Measures for Mechanical and Electrical Works
  7. Preventive Measures for Working at Height
  8. Preventive Measures for Working in Confined Space
  9. Personal Protective Equipment
Course Duration
8.5 hours
Trainer : Trainee Ratio 1 : 40
Assessment
Written Test (MCQ)
Certification
Upon successful completion of the course a certificate and safety pass issued by Partner Training Organization.
Pre-requisites
Nil
Price
Course Fees –  $30/- (subject to GST)
Respond to Fire Incidents in Workplace course aims to equip the learners with the skills necessary to handle a relatively simple fire incident which might happen anywhere in the workplace.

 

Who should attend this Course –

  1. Company Emergency Response Teams (CERT) from commercial, industrial and workplaces who are the first responders for incidents in their respective premises
  2. Persons who wants to be recognized as the competent person applying emergency response skills during an emergency incident in workplaces (Public and Industrial buildings without or store under the exemption limit of petroleum and flammable materials).
  3. This course aims to provide people already working in all industries with the skills and knowledge required to effectively respond to fire incidents in designated buildings/workplaces.
  4. It is targeted at individuals who are currently involved in their organization’s CERT in any capacity. The competency unit would be appropriate for those with tactical and operational responsibilities.

 

Course Outline

  • Introduce or reinforce the relevant legislations surrounding the formations and activation of CERT.
  • Familiarize participants with the various possible fire hazards and the usage of fire protection systems in buildings.

Course duration:              8 hours (including 1 hr assessment)

WSQ Apply Workplace Safety And Health In Process Plant (Oil/Petrochemical Safety Orientation For Workers OPSOC)

Course Overview

On completion of this unit, learners will have the skills and knowledge in applying workplace safety and health practices to ensure the safety of oneself and others at work in the Oil and Petrochemical Industry.

Who should attend this Course?

The job role(s) / occupations that this unit would be relevant to may include the following parties related to / in the process industry (oil / petrochemical industry).

  • Workers
  • Foremen
  • Supervisor
  • Technicians
  • Engineers
  • Managers

Course Content

  1.  Identify the roles and responsibilities under the Workplace Safety and Health Act
  2. Identify and prevent fire and explosion hazards at the workplace
  3. Comply with safe work practices and control measures for material handling
  4. Comply with safe work practices and control measures for mechanical and electrical works
  5. Comply with safe work practices and control measures when working on specialized operations
  6. Comply with safe work practices and control measures when working at Heights
  7. Comply with safe work practices and control measures when working in a confined space

Course Duration

• 8 hours (Training) • 1 hours (Assessment/Exam)

Trainer : Trainee Ratio1 : 20

Assessment
Practical Performance Written / Oral Questioning Session

Certification
Upon completion Safety pass will be issued to the participants with 100% attendance and passed the examination. Safety Pass valid for 3 years.

Pre-requisites : Nil

PriceCourse Fees
$90/- (subject to GST) After SDF Funding:S$9 (up to 90%, subject to WDA Terms and Conditions Apply) CRS-Q-0024268-PI

Funding Info

To be eligible for funding, participants must attend at least 75% of each module of the course.

 

Course Overview

The OFAC is a mandatory training course for Occupational First Aiders. The aim of the course is to train individuals to render first aid treatment to the casualty during an emergency or accident at the workplace.

 

Who should attend this Course?

Every person appointed as a first-aider

 

Course Content

  • Explain the duties and responsibilities of First Aider
  • List the legal requirements under Workplace Safety and Health
  • (First Aid) Regulations (Cap. 354A, Rg 4) Reg. 5 (2) for the workplace
  • Check and pack contents of First Aid Box
  • Apply first aid to accident victims in the workplace
  • Manage a medical emergency at the workplace
  • Manage victims of hazardous chemicals exposure
  • Identify common workplace accidents requiring first aid treatment

 

Course Language

English

 

Course Duration

23.5 hours – including 2 hours 40 mins of assessment

Learner must achieve 75% attendance for entire course, CPR + AED must achieve 100% attendance

 

Trainer

Trainee Ratio: 1:18

 

Assessment Written Test + Practical Performance

 

Passing rate for OFA MCQs = 70% Passing rate for CPR + AED MCQs = 80%

 

Certification

Upon successful completion of the course a  & safety pass issued by Partner Training Organization.

 

Pre-requisites Assumed Skills & Knowledge

ESS Workplace literacy and numeracy Level 5 and above

 

Course Fees

$300/- (subject to GST)

Course Overview

Metal Scaffold Erection course is to provide the participants with the fundamental knowledge and skills required in proper and safe procedures of erecting and dismantling of Metal Scaffolds used in construction industry.

Who should attend this Course?
This MOM accredited Metal Scaffold Erection course for workers who are required to erect and dismantle the metal scaffolds.

Course Content

  • Introduction to Metal Scaffolding
  • Ties and Braces
  • Static and Mobile Tower Scaffolds
  • Erection and Dismantling of Modular scaffold

Course Duration
37.5 hours

Trainer : Trainee Ratio 1 : 12

Assessment
Written Test (MCQ & Short answer) and Practical Assessment

Certification
Upon successful completion of the course a certificate and safety pass issued by Partner Training Organization.

Pre-requisites
1. Physically fit & Basic English knowledge

Course Fees
$315/- (subject to GST) After SDF Funding:S$31.50 (up to 90%, subject to WDA Terms and Conditions Apply) Funding Ref Code : CRS-N-0030215

Funding Info
To be eligible for funding, participants must attend at least 75% of each module of the course.

Course Overview

This course has been designed to meet the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Supervisors, Assessors or Managers in Singapore, as recommended in the WSH (Work at Heights) Regulations 2013 and the Approved Code of Practice for Working Safely at Height (2011).

 

Who should attend this Course?

The course is for anyone involved in the supervision, planning / assessment or management of work at height activities.

 

Course Content

The aim of the course is to provide Learners with the requisite WAH knowledge to manage work-at-height activities, so that work can be carried out safely. At the end of the course, the Learner shall be able to:

  • Identify, explain and apply the relevant Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Legislations / Approved Code of Practice / Singapore Standards applicable to Work-at-Heights (WAH).
  • Identify and explain the Roles & Responsibilities of stakeholders, competent and responsible persons.
  • Identify hazards, evaluate the risk, and implement control measures for WAH activities.
  • Review the necessary fall preventive / protective control measures for safe execution of WAH activities.

 

Course Duration

20.5 hours

 

Trainer

Trainee Ratio: 1:20 (Theory) & 1:10 (Practical)

Assessment Written and practical / Case study

Certification

Upon successful completion of the course a safety Pass and certificate issued by Partner Training Organization.

 

Entry Requirement

Assumed Skill and Knowledge – Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) Level 4 and above, or equivalent

 

Price:                                    $350/- (subject to GST)

After SDF Funding:          $35 (up to 90%, subject to WDA Terms and Conditions Apply)

Funding Ref Code:          CRS-N-0031276

SDU Points:                        20 points

Funding Info: To be eligible for funding, participants must attend at least 100% of the course.

  1. INTRODUCTION
  2. WSH ACT & SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATIONS
  3. ENERGY SOURCES
  4. ISOLATING & LOCK OUT DEVICES
  5. REQUIREMENTS OF AN EFFECTIVE LOTO SYSTEM
  6. LOTO PROCESS
  7. ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES OF KEY PERSONNEL
  8. FIVE STEP LOCK OUT PROCEDURE
  9. STEPS FOR RESTORING MACHINE BACK TO OPERATION
  10. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE COMPLIANCE
  11. TRAINING
  12. DISCIPLINARY MEASURES
  13. AUDITING
  14. CASE STUDY EXAMPLES

Course inclusive 30 mins of tea-break in between. (maximum of 25 participants each class.)

Course Overview
To familiarize participants on:
  • WSH Act & Subsidiary Legislation
  • Safety and Health hazards in the Construction Industry
  • How to prevent accidents in Construction Worksites
  • Implementation of Safety and Health Management system
This course is a mandatory training course for individuals who are appointed as a Project Manager to be in charge of all construction activities in building and engineering construction worksites of a contract sum of $10 million or more shall attend the Construction Safety Course for Project Managers before undertaking such project.
Who should attend this Course? – Project managers, project directors, construction managers, project engineers in the construction industry.

Course Content
1. Understanding Workplace Safety and Health legislations
2. WSH (WSH Committees) Regulations 2008
3. WSH (Construction) Regulations 2007
4. General Worksite Safety
5. Mechanical Material Handling and Scaffold
6. Excavation, Tunnelling Work and Compressed Air Environment
7. Occupational Health
8. An Overview of Risk Management
9. Accident Prevention and Investigation
10. Safety and Health Management System

Course Duration:34 hours

Trainer: Trainee Ratio – 1 : 20

Assessment:Written and practical / Role play / Case study

Certification: Upon successful completion of the course a certificate issued by Partner Training Organization.

Pre-requisites:
1. Knowledge of the construction industry activities
2. ESS Workplace literacy and numeracy Level 6 and above or equivalence
3. Must be holding the position of Chairman of Safety Committee, Project Manager,Project Engineer, Superintendent or equivalent post to be eligible to attend this course

 

Price of Course: $350/- (subject to GST)
After SDF Funding: S$35 (up to 90%, subject to WDA Terms and Conditions Apply),

Funding Ref Code: CRS-N-0025965
SDU Point: 34 points
PDU Point: 32 points

Funding Info – To be eligible for funding, participants must attend at least 75% of each module of the course.

WSQ Perform Work In Confined Space Operations( Safety Orientation Course For Manhole Workers SOC MH)( Safety Orientation Course For Manhole Workers SOC MH)

Course Overview

On completion of this unit, learners will be equipped with the necessary knowledge and expertise to perform the duties of an entrant and attendant when working in a confined space, use gas detection instruments and participate in an emergency situation.

Who should attend this Course?
Workers anyone need work as:

  • Confined Space Entrant
  • Confined Space Attendant

 

Course Content
1. Identify duties and responsibilities of all personnel involved in confined space work under the WSH Legislations and Code of Practice
2. Identify confined space hazards
3. Use Gas Detection Instruments for atmospheric monitoring
4. Comply with Permit-to-Work system and safe work procedures when working in confined space
5. Participate in an Emergency for confined space

Course Duration
• 12 hours (Training) • 2 hours (Assessment/Exam)

Trainer : Trainee Ratio
1 : 20

Assessment
Practical Performance Written / Oral Questioning Session

Certification
Upon completion Safety pass will be issued to the participants with 100% attendance and passed the examination. Safety Pass valid for 3 years.

Pre-requisites
Nil

Price
Course Fees
$115/- (subject to GST) After SDF Funding:S$11.50 (up to 90%, subject to WDA Terms and Conditions Apply)

Funding Info
To be eligible for funding, participants must attend at least 75% of each module of the course.

Course Overview

On completion of this unit, learners will acquire the knowledge and skills to be a WSHMS Program Lead for the organization in preparing a WSHMS implementation plan to meet the requirements of SS 506 and risk management code of practice and for recognition of bizSAFE Level 4 by Workplace Safety and Health.
It entails reviewing the current WSH policy, risk management plan and WSH program.

It also includes establishing frameworks for WSH management program and emergency preparedness and response plan in accordance with organization safety and health needs and WSH legal and other requirements.

Who should attend this Course?

The occupations that this unit would be relevant to include but not limited to:

  • Management
  • Health and Safety Personnel
  • Line Supervisors

Course Content

1. Review WSH policy and risk management plan for deficiencies against the requirements of SS506 and risk management code of practice
2. Apply hazard identification and risk assessment methodology to determine the controls necessary in reducing risks at source in accordance with requirements of SS506 and risk management code of practice
3. Set WSH objectives and determine specific program(s) to enable the achievement of WSH objectives for organization in alignment with WSH policy
4. Establish WSH management program framework for organization to embark on to meet the organization safety and health needs in accordance with WSH legal and other requirements
5. Establish a framework for organisational emergency preparedness and response plan in accordance with WSH legal and other requirements
6. Develop operational control to manage the WSH risks to an acceptable level in consistent with hierarchy of controls and comply with applicable WSH legal and other requirements
7. Develop processes for investigation and reporting of accident/ incident based on WSH legal and other requirements
8. Establish an internal audit program to evaluate the organization WSH management system for conformance to SS506 requirements and WSH legal and other requirements
9. Develop the WSH management system implementation plan based on the needed changes identified that fulfill SS506 requirements and risk management code of practice
10. Conduct management review of WSH management system to ensure its continuing stability, adequacy and effectiveness in accordance with SS506 requirements and WSH legal and other requirements
11. Present to stakeholders the developed WSH management system implementation plan for review in accordance with organization procedures

Course Duration

28 hours (Full-Time/Part-Time)

Trainer : Trainee Ratio ——-1 : 20

Assessment

Individuals will be assessed through various methodologies such as written questioning, written assignment, case studies, practical and oral questioning etc.

Certification

A Statement of Attainment (SOA) will be awarded upon completion of each unit.

Pre-requisites

Literacy and Numeracy
1. WSQ Employability Skills Workplace Literacy and Numeracy Level 5; or
2. GCE O Level or Equivalent

Course Fees
$600/- (subject to GST) After SDF Funding:S$60 (up to 90%, subject to WDA Terms and Conditions Apply)
SDU Points – 30 points

Funding Info
To be eligible for funding, participants must attend at least 75% of each module of the course.

Course Overview
Provide understanding of the WSH Act and its subsidiary legislations including
  • Workplace Safety and Health (Risk Management) Regulations and Code of Practice on Workplace Safety and Health Risk Management (RMCP)
  • Introduce the concept of bizSAFE
  • Enable top management to understand the role they play towards cultivating good safety culture in the workplace
  • Facilitate participants to prepare their own WSH policy
Who should attend this Course?
Top management, such as owner of the company, Director, CEO, MD or GM.
(Limited to the top 3 tiers of the company’s management hierarchy)
Course Content
1. Overview of WSH Act & Subsidiary Legilations
2. Introduction of RM Concept, BizSAFE concept & CSR
3. How to Create a Conductive Safety Culture
4. Financial Planning and Safety
5. Preparing a Suitable WSH policy
Course Duration : 3 hours
Trainer : Trainee Ratio 1 : 20
Assessment : There will be no Assessment.
Certification :
Upon successful completion of the course a Certificate issued by Partner Training Organization.
Pre-requisites
Top management, such as owner of the company, Director, CEO, MD or GM.
(Limited to the top 3 tiers of the company’s management hierarchy)
Price
Course Fees $90/- (subject to GST)

SCOPE OF THE COURSE

BTCC training course is designed for workers who are assigned to work at LTA work project, these workers must be train on how to control road traffic safely at their worksite entrance and along LTA road projects.

Under LTA Code of Practice requirements, only trained & competent personnel are allowed to be involved in roadwork related / traffic control & be fully conversant with safe methods of placing, operating, maintaining and removing devices on the road.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of training day, the trainee (s) who are attending this course will successfully complete the following:

  • INTRODUCTION LTA CODE OF PRACTICE TRAFFIC CONTROL AT WORK ZONE
  • INTRODUCTION TO RELEVANT SAFETY ACTS AND REGULATIONS
  • JOB AS TRAFFIC CONTROLLER (ROAD FLAGGER)
  • WORKER AND PUBLIC SAFETY
  • CHANNELISING & DELINEATION DEVICES
  • PROCEDURES IN EFFECTIVE LANE CLOSURE
  • EFFECTIVE PLACEMENT OF WARNING DEVICES AND SAFETY DISTANCES
  • TRAFFIC CONTROLLER/FLAGGER OPERATION REQUIREMENTS
  • THEORY TEST
  • PRACTICAL TRAINING ON STOP-GO OPERATIONS

Who should attend this Course?

Workers who need to conduct traffic control in their course of work.

Course Duration

  • 4 hours, including assessment hours

 Assessment

  • There will be a MCQ assessment

Certification

–     On completion of the course, a Certificate of Competency endorsed by partners will be issued to all participants.

 Price Fee

–     $140 (Subject to 7%GST)