OSH Training 2018. HRDF claimable. CEP points and CCD points available.
OSH – Safety is smart business!
If you want to reduce the costs and risks associated with workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities, you should place as much emphasis on safety and health in your workplace as you do on other management issues such as production, sales, transportation and quality control. The old phrase, “Safety First”, may sound nice, but in reality, safety is more effective if it’s thought to be a priority. In a highly competitive environment priorities can change rapidly. To survive, a company must both produce and be safe. Turn safety into a core value that never changes. Change “Safety First” to “Safety Only.”
“Safety Only” emphasizes the idea that it’s fine to produce as hard and fast as you can, as long as you can do it safely. High productivity is desired, but if a safety hazard or practice is discovered that might cause serious physical harm or death, it should be corrected immediately, even if that means shutting down production. That’s commitment to safety!
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994, every employer has a legal obligation to furnish employment (work) and a place of employment (workplace) free from known hazards that could cause serious injury or death.
This course is designed to give you some ideas to help meet that obligation and apply effective management principles to the function of workplace safety. The ultimate goal is to help you understand these principles so that it affects your thinking, beliefs, decision and finally your actions to improve your company’s safety management system and leadership culture.
Duration: 2 days
Upon completion of this course, participants will gain some ideas to help meet OSH legal obligation and effective management principles to the function of workplace safety.
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