Safety Courses

Safety Courses

This course aims to thoroughly understand what a chemical is, and its classifications based on understanding what a Material Safety Data Sheet and through safety signs and labels, based on this classification what are the potential hazards of the chemical and how they can be controlled through risk assessment, and in the event of any emergencies what are the first steps which can be taken to preserve life, prevent further injury, and promote recovery.​

Emergencies can occur by any means, whether it is the workplace or at home. Medical emergencies oftentimes are drastic, require immediate and safe intervention, and quick access to emergency services. All individuals in any scenario require first aid skills to effectively understand the medical emergency at hand by identifying it effectively, providing concise and adequate information needed for the emergency services, and assessing their knowledge to perform the specific first aid techniques needed for that scenario to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, and promoting recovery. Workers must also establish the extent of their knowledge from this course, as medical intervention without interruption is critical to save injured personnel. Learners shall also be stressed to follow hygiene and health procedures during and after treatment.​

This qualification is aimed at anyone involved in the management of fire safety who is based in any area where there is a potential risk of fire. Learners gaining this qualification will know that fire safety is the responsibility of everyone and will recognize the causes of fire as well as know common hazards, the steps in a fire risk assessment, and how to reduce the likelihood of fires. The types of fire are also discussed, with the types of extinguishers which are needed to put them out respectively. Trainees are also assessed on how to use the fire extinguishers effectively and when to use them in times of danger. Based on that, the trainees are also assessed on what to do if a fire occurs and how they should save themselves and others if need be. Throughout the entire course, the trainer will be taught to stress the importance of the course objectives to be done correctly, to teach the trainer how to engage with their respective audience or attendees, and to stress on practical implications of these objectives, and how to follow them effectively to avoid accidents or injuries due to a fire.

This course is designed to provide the delegates with the knowledge and competencies required to carry out gas testing of atmospheres in confined spaces for pre-entry and on an ongoing basis.
To provide those personnel preparing for a gas tester role with the knowledge to safely conduct gas tests for oxygen levels, flammable and toxic gases. In addition, this course also equips the delegates with the knowledge necessary to conduct gas testing within confined spaces and an awareness of associated confined space hazards.​

Working At Height is considered to be any type of operation that exceeds 1.8 meters above or below ground. Workers must fully understand and asses the conditions which require working at height, the procedures which must be assessed to make sure the workplace is does not contain any additional hazards which can injure the worker or harm equipment while working at a height and provide the adequate controls and equipment for the worker to make sure workers shall not be injured while working at a height.​

This course will define minimum requirements for safely isolating energy sources associated with equipment and operating processes and project sites to ensure the protection of personnel and assets during maintenance, inspection, and testing of equipment.​

Many workplaces contain spaces that are considered “confined” because their configurations hinder the activities of employees who must enter, work in, and exit them. Confined spaces can be very dangerous places unless proper procedures are followed before and during entry. Confined spaces include, but are not limited to underground vaults, tanks, storage bins, manholes, pits, silos, process vessels, and pipelines.​

This course will provide participants with the information needed to understand the potential hazards at the workplace and the elements necessary to control those hazards.​

 The DROPS interactive training will assist companies in achieving this objective. This course is designed for those required to manage safely and effectively in compliance with both their organization’s policy and best practice in health and safety. Participants will be encouraged to apply all theories learned to their current work environment​

The objective of this course is to provide learners with knowledge and skill to manage incidents, with specific emphasis on the identification of the root causes and applying the RCAM (root cause analysis method), taking corrective action, and implementing control measures to prevent the reoccurrence of incidents. Root Cause Analysis practice tries to solve problems by attempting to identify and correct the root causes of events, as opposed to simply addressing their symptoms. By focusing correction on root causes, problem recurrence can be prevented. RCFA (Root Cause Failure Analysis) recognizes that complete prevention of recurrence by one corrective action is not always possible. Root cause analysis is not a single, sharply defined methodology; there are many different tools, processes, and philosophies for performing RCA. In our course, we will present a clear understanding of different RCA tools, and sequences and undergo exercises that will pave the road for the immediate application of the RCA concepts into your everyday operations.​

The aim of the course is to understand the dangers of Hydrogen Sulphide in natural and industrial areas. This can be done by understanding the properties, the limit values, how to detect these limit values through equipment and monitoring the side effects associated with each value and concentration, and the adequate controls from administrative controls to personal protective equipment and how they should be enforced in the workplace in order to prevent injuries, accidents, and/or death in the workplace.​

The aim of the course is to assess the trainee on the importance of identifying hazards in the workplace, particularly those that are chemical based.
Students are assessed on the different types of hazards, how they can occur based on the nature of the workplace, and the steps to the HAZCOM Plan.
The HAZCOM plan is then implemented as controls that the student is taught and then there are adequate examples of it in the workplace.

Driving safely in any route and in any situation is preferable and recommended in order to avoid accidents which can lead to injury or even death. It is, therefore, important to assess the importance of being able to drive safely and making sure to take of your safety alongside the safety of others on the road. Throughout the entire course, the trainer will be taught to stress on the importance of each technique to be done correctly, to teach the trainer how to engage with their respective audience or attendees and to stress on practical implication of these techniques, and implicate on how to drive safely for themselves and to also practically teach these techniques to other trainees.​

Workers loading and unloading materials should be instructed in safe procedures appropriate to the material they handle. Truck or rail tank car loading or the unloading of flammable/combustible liquids is one of the most hazardous operations likely to be undertaken at any manufacturing or storage facility.
Workers engaged in the loading or unloading of suspension-type highway trailers may be at an increased risk of injury due to the inability of damaged trailers to support the weight of the powered industrial truck used to load or unload the trailer. 
Basic Loading and Unloading course will provide you with an overview of how to safely prepare, lift, position and restrain goods on a vehicle platform and then unload goods at the destination.​

Driving safely in any route and in any situation is preferable and recommended in order to avoid accidents which can lead to injury or even death. It is, therefore, important to assess the importance of being able to drive safely and making sure to take of your safety alongside the safety of others on the road. Throughout the entire course, the trainer will be taught to stress on the importance of each technique to be done correctly, to teach the trainer how to engage with their respective audience or attendees and to stress on practical implication of these techniques, and implicate on how to drive safely for themselves and to also practically teach these techniques to other trainees.​

This course is designed to provide the operator with training in how to safely erect and dismantle mobile cranes; describe principles of crane operation; identify quadrants of crane operation; read crane load charts; identify crane capacity factors; identify roles and responsibilities for crane setup, assembly and disassembly; describe mobile crane operating procedures; identify requirements for working near power lines; safely erect, climb, dismantle and transport tower cranes; hoist personnel in crane man baskets; and identify derricks and other types of cranes.

Confined Spaces are high-risk areas. Therefore, trainees must understand how to not only work in these conditions but how to also rescue personnel in the confined space safely without risk to workers and other personnel. This course helps to assess the importance of identifying different types of confined spaces, based on the permit-to-work system. The roles and responsibilities of all personnel in the confined space are defined. Risks and hazards with confined space systems are also assessed, based on the type of confined space and the nature of the work being done, shall also be assessed.

Driving safely on any route and in any situation is preferable and recommended to avoid accidents that can lead to injury or even death. It is, therefore, important to assess the importance of being able to drive safely and making sure to take of your safety alongside the safety of others on the road. Throughout the entire course, the trainer will be taught to stress the importance of each technique to be done correctly, to teach the trainer how to engage with their respective audience or attendees and to stress on practical implications of these techniques, and implicate how to drive safely for themselves and to also practically teach these techniques to other trainees.

Emergencies can occur by any means, whether it is the workplace or at home. Medical emergencies oftentimes are drastic, require immediate and safe intervention, and quick access to emergency services. All individuals in any scenario require first aid skills to effectively understand the medical emergency at hand by identifying it effectively, providing concise and adequate information needed for the emergency services, and assessing their knowledge to perform the specific first aid techniques needed for that scenario to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, and promoting recovery. Workers must also establish the extent of their knowledge from this course, as medical intervention without interruption is critical to save injured personnel. Learners shall also be stressed to follow hygiene and health procedures during and after treatment.

The course aims to allow forklift drivers to understand how to utilize a forklift and how to avoid accidents while using it by understanding its controls, how to operate it, how to take care of the engine and motor operation. One of the most important things to asses as well is the forklift’s vehicle capacity in terms of how high the forklift can go, how much weight the forklift is supposed to carry, and how the driver’s competency is critical to prevent accidents while using the forklift. Throughout the entire course, the trainer will be taught to stress the importance of each technique to be done correctly, to teach the trainer how to engage with their respective audience or attendees to stress on practical implications of these techniques, and how to make sure every attendant is keen on how to use a forklift properly.​

Asbestos awareness training is required to be given to employees whose work could foreseeably expose them to asbestos. In particular, It should be given to all demolition workers and those workers in the refurbishment, maintenance, and allied trades where it is foreseeable that their work will disturb the fabric of the building because ACMs may become exposed during their work. Exemption from this requirement would apply only where the employer can demonstrate that work will only be carried out in or on buildings free of ACMs.

The aim of the course is to understand the dangers of Hydrogen Sulphide in natural and industrial areas. This can be done by understanding the properties, the limit values, how to detect these limit values through equipment and monitoring the side effects associated with each value and concentration, and the adequate controls from administrative controls to personal protective equipment and how they should be enforced in the workplace in order to prevent injuries, accidents, and/or death in the workplace. We are keen to relay the importance of these points to the trainee. Throughout the entire course, the trainer will be taught to stress the importance of the course objectives to be done correctly, to teach the trainer how to engage with their respective audience or attendees to stress on practical implications of these objectives, and how to follow them effectively to avoid accidents or injuries due to chemical exposure and exposure to Hydrogen Sulphide in the workplace.​

This course will provide participants with the information needed to understand the potential hazards at the workplace and the elements necessary to control those hazards.

This course will define minimum requirements for safely isolating energy sources associated with equipment and operating processes and project sites to ensure the protection of personnel and assets during maintenance, inspection, and testing of equipment.​The course indicates the importance of Lockout/Tag out by teaching what it is, why it is important, and how it can be adequately implemented. The course will provide a student with the extensive knowledge to preform proper lockout tagout, including the six steps for LOTO, develop a Hazardous Energy Control Program (HECP), and identify proper Energy Isolating Device (EIDs) and LOTO devices. The student will be able to understand when group LOTO is necessary and understand the requirement for contractors, communication, and training. Throughout the entire course, the trainer will be taught to stress on the importance of the course objectives to be done correctly, to teach the trainer how to engage with their respective audience or attendees and to stress on practical implication of these objectives, and how to follow them effectively to avoid accidents or injuries due to lack of implementation of Lockout/Tagout.​

The student should be able to assess the risks associated with manual handling by understanding how repetitive physical tasks can cause injury to the upper body such as sprains, fractures, ligament pain, and bone pain. Based on that, and based on the nature of their work, the student begins to understand the controls for manual handling based on the hierarchy of controls and maintain personal controls such as understanding how to plan the lift and how to use mechanization or lifting equipment to help in decreasing the hazard.​

The aim of this course is to prepare the delegates to enter the Saudi Aramco Work Permit course. The work permit system authorizes specific construction, maintenance, inspection, or repair activities to be conducted that pose a hazard to personnel, damage to equipment or facilities, disruption of operations, or harm to the environment.​

This lifting and rigging training will empower dele gates with an understanding of the legal requirements applicable to lifting and rigging operations, the requirements for pre-use, preventive and planned maintenance, disposal criteria of lifting equipment, the SWL and WLL to ensure delegates employ lifting equipment and accessories in compliance with safety standards. Throughout the entire course, the trainee will be taught the importance of each technique to be done correctly, apply the practical implications of these techniques, and use these properly to avoid injuries and accidents.​

Upon completing this training, participants should be able to:

  • Define Learning, Training, and the factors which affect these processes
  • Discuss the different types of learning
  • Understand how different learning types influence the perception of knowledge and executing the training session
  • Understand the learning curve and the attention span
  • Understand the importance of asking questions
  • Understand how to prepare for a session
  • Discuss how to deal with potential difficulties
  • Discuss how to deal with different students​
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