DIPLOMA INDUSTRIAL

DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING HYDERABAD

DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING HYDERABAD

ABOUT COURSE ( DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY )

This course make a person competent by imparting knowledge and skills needed for job roles motioned below .All programs and certifications are recognized and accepted internationally.

WHO NEEDS THIS QUALIFICATION?

This qualification is targeted at individuals who want to build their career in occupational health insurance and safety ,Fire Fighting / Fire safety thus giving solid foundation in the field of Occupational Safety and health.

JOB ROLES

  • Fire watch
  • Fire warden
  • Fire Marshall
  • Hole watch
  • Safety Watch
  • Safety Inspector
  • Safety Engineer
  • Safety Coordinator
  • Safety Manager

DURATION

1 Year/ 120 hours 6 months / 60 hours 3 months

ASSESSMENT

  • Descriptive / MCQ
  • Theory- 60%
  • Practical – 40%

COURSE CONTENT

1.1 Hands and Power Tools Safety

1.2 Hazards

1.3 Basic Tool Safety Rules

1.4 Hand Tool Hazards

1.5 Hand Tools – Protection

1.6 Power Tools

1.7 Power Tools – Precautions

2.1 Lock Out & Tagout

2.2 Why use LOTO?

2.3 Way to obtain hazardous energy

2.4 Equipment found in Lock Out Tag Out

2.5 Types of Lock Out Devices

2.6 Obligations of Designated Person

2.7 Duties of Authorized Person

2.8 LOTO Process

2.9 The “Fatal Five” Main Factors behind Lockout/Tagout Injuries

2.10 HOW MOST INJURIES OCCUR

2.11 FACTORS BEHIND INJURY

2.12 REASONS FOR Products NOT BEING TURNED OFF

2.13 Launch FROM LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

2.14 IMPORTANT ELEMENTS TO A HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PROGRAM

3.1 WELDING & CUTTING

3.2 POTENTIAL HAZARDS

3.3 Welding

3.4 Safe Operation Process of Cutting Operations

3.5 P E

3.6 Cutting

3.7 Safe Operation Process of Cutting Operations

3.8 General Safety rules

4.1 The Control of Substances Hazardous to Wellness COSHH

4.2 What you should do

4.3 COSHH assessment: Identifying hazard and assessing risk

4.4 Chemical security data sheets

4.5 Workplace exposure limits

4.6 Control steps to avoid or limit contact with hazardous substances

4.7 Permits to work

4.8 Monitoring the control of contact with hazardous substances

4.9 Health surveillance

4.10 Emergency Preapredness

5.1 Introduction to Occupational hazards

5.2 The Work Permit System The Work Permit Program : When?

5.3 The Work Permit System: Why?

5.4 The Work Permit System: How?

5.5 The Work Permit System : Requirements

5.6 The Work Permit System : Advancement of work procedures

5.7 The Work Permit Program : Work Planning

5.8 The Work Permit Program : Work Execution

5.9 Permit issuer’s responsibilities

5.10 The Work Permit Program : Permit acceptor responsibilities

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Description of confined space and good examples of c s

6.3 Permit required, non permit required, confined space

6.4 Hazards of confined space

6.5 Hazards control

6.6 Confined space access permit

6.7 Basic entry requirements

6.8 Permit cancellation and issue

6.9 Duties of access supervisor

6.10 Duties of entrants

6.11 Stand-by man

6.12 Safe working guidelines

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