maintain workplace safety

Maintain Workplace Safety and Health Policies and Procedures (Synchronous e-learning) (16 hrs)

Course Code: CRS-Q-0022091-ES

*Online Course*

The course aims to provide an understanding of the workplace safety and health policies, procedures and programmes. Participants will be equipped with the technical knowledge to educate workers on workplace safety and health policies, procedures and programmes. In addition, participants will be able to implement and control workplace safety and health management programmes as well as risk management programmes.

Participants who fulfil all requirements will receive a Statement of Attainment (SOA) issued by the SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG).

  • Interpret workplace safety and health policies, procedures and programmes
  • Educate workers on workplace safety and health policies, procedures and programmes
  • Implement and control workplace safety and health management programmes
  • Implement workplace risk management programmes
  • Maintain workplace risk control measures
  • Responsibilities of a general worker, workplace safety and health committee and supervisory personnel
  • Workplace safety and health policies, procedures, programmes and related information
  • Providing information on the safety and health policies, procedures and programmes
  • Providing information on the provision of personal protective equipment and safety devices on the machinery and equipment
  • Types of emergencies at the workplace
  • Dealing with emergencies at the workplace
  • Implement procedures for WSH participation and consultation effectively to ensure that workers have the opportunity to contribute
  • Issue resolution through consultation
  • Emergency response and evacuation exercises
  • Supervision and maintaining order in the event of emergency at the workplace
  • Monitor change in work practices or procedures at the workplace
  • Communication to those who may be at risk in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Workplace Safety and Health Act
  • Identify and report hazards in the workplace
  • Implement work procedures for risk assessment and control as well as procedures for emergency situations
  • Participate in the investigation of emergency situations to identify their cause
  • Control measures to prevent recurrence and minimise risk of emergency situations based on the hierarchy of control
  • Identify WSH training needs for work group members and facilitate training programmes
  • Monitor compliance to work procedures for risk assessment and control as well as to emergency preparedness
  • Assess the adequacy of resource allocation for implementation of risk control measures
  • Review and document workplace risk control measures resolution in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Workplace Safety and Health Act

The course will be conducted through online LIVE streaming via Zoom. Group discussions will be integrated into the course to enhance the learning process. Participants will be given mini-exercises to test their understanding of the course, which may include written and verbal reports.

This course is suitable for supervisors, individuals in small businesses, and those with supervisory responsibilities for others.

Duration : 2 days (16 hrs)
Time : 9:00am – 6:00pm

Course Fee : $250.00
Nett Fee Incl. 7% GST : $267.50
Nett Fee after Training Grant* : $42.50 (SMEs) | $67.50 (Non-SMEs / Self-Sponsored)
Nett Fee after MCES* : $42.50

Enhanced Absentee Payroll (w.e.f 1st May 2020)

For SMEs / Non-SMEs (90% of hourly basic salary, capped at $10 per trainee-hour) : $160.00

* Please click HERE for detailed information on general terms and conditions.

* Please click HERE for detailed information on course fee funding schemes, SkillsFuture credit, and complete listing of funded courses. This course is eligible for use of SkillsFuture credit.

Key Benefits
  • Interpret workplace safety and health policies, procedures and programmes
  • Educate workers on workplace safety and health policies, procedures and programmes
  • Implement and control workplace safety and health management programmes
  • Implement workplace risk management programmes
  • Maintain workplace risk control measures
Course Contents
  • Responsibilities of a general worker, workplace safety and health committee and supervisory personnel
  • Workplace safety and health policies, procedures, programmes and related information
  • Providing information on the safety and health policies, procedures and programmes
  • Providing information on the provision of personal protective equipment and safety devices on the machinery and equipment
  • Types of emergencies at the workplace
  • Dealing with emergencies at the workplace
  • Implement procedures for WSH participation and consultation effectively to ensure that workers have the opportunity to contribute
  • Issue resolution through consultation
  • Emergency response and evacuation exercises
  • Supervision and maintaining order in the event of emergency at the workplace
  • Monitor change in work practices or procedures at the workplace
  • Communication to those who may be at risk in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Workplace Safety and Health Act
  • Identify and report hazards in the workplace
  • Implement work procedures for risk assessment and control as well as procedures for emergency situations
  • Participate in the investigation of emergency situations to identify their cause
  • Control measures to prevent recurrence and minimise risk of emergency situations based on the hierarchy of control
  • Identify WSH training needs for work group members and facilitate training programmes
  • Monitor compliance to work procedures for risk assessment and control as well as to emergency preparedness
  • Assess the adequacy of resource allocation for implementation of risk control measures
  • Review and document workplace risk control measures resolution in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Workplace Safety and Health Act
Learning Methodology

The course will be conducted through online LIVE streaming via Zoom. Group discussions will be integrated into the course to enhance the learning process. Participants will be given mini-exercises to test their understanding of the course, which may include written and verbal reports.

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for supervisors, individuals in small businesses, and those with supervisory responsibilities for others.

Course Details

Duration : 2 days (16 hrs)
Time : 9:00am – 6:00pm

Course Fee : $250.00
Nett Fee Incl. 7% GST : $267.50
Nett Fee after Training Grant* : $42.50 (SMEs) | $67.50 (Non-SMEs / Self-Sponsored)
Nett Fee after MCES* : $42.50

Enhanced Absentee Payroll (w.e.f 1st May 2020)

For SMEs / Non-SMEs (90% of hourly basic salary, capped at $10 per trainee-hour) : $160.00

* Please click HERE for detailed information on general terms and conditions.

* Please click HERE for detailed information on course fee funding schemes, SkillsFuture credit, and complete listing of funded courses. This course is eligible for use of SkillsFuture credit.

Course Application

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