COVID-19: Compliance Officer Training (rti236338)
Purpose Of This Course
The responsibilities of the COVID-19 Compliance Officer is to oversee the implementation of the COVID-19 workplace plan, to ensure adherence to the workplace measures that were put in place to manage the risk of COVID-19 infections, and to communicate important information to workers plus to address their concerns. It is essential that the COVID-19 Compliance Officer understands the role he or she needs to fulfil, be trained on the relevant regulations and requirements, and is equipped to implement the plan.
It is recommended that HIRA training must be combined with a SHE Rep US13223 course as leaders, HR, SHE Reps and Covid-19 Compliance Officers must know how to do a proper Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) to roll-out HIRA and related Covid-129 compliance linked duties in the workplace.
Online, self – paced learning.
Certificate Validity Period
Issued by an authorised training provider accredited to offer Covid-19 courses post successful completion and attaining the qualifying score in the online- assessment.
Covid-19 Protocols As Directed
COVID-19 protocols and regulatory compliances are strictly observed and included in the training methodology and outcomes.
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Government regulations regarding the management and mitigation of COVID-19 infections in the workplace requires that every workplace appoints a COVID-19 Compliance Officer. Covid-19 Compliance officers (also a role as directed requiring compliance to implement in workplaces) must also receive the correct HIRA training procedures to conduct hazard identification and risk assessments and have the relevant authority and support to suggest and implement control measures. The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 places significant focus on hazard identification and risk assessment (HIRA) to reduce injuries in the workplace hence the importance of HIRA training. Section 8 refers to compliance to ensure a safe workplace by taking steps to eliminate and mitigate against risks. Section 10 instructs ensuring that products are without risk. Section 12 instructs employers to identify risks which may pose danger to employees. Section 18 mentions hazard identification and risk assessment as a function of the Health & Safety Representative. Throughout the Regulations reference is continuously made to identifying hazards and reducing risks.
Covid-19 Compliance Officers, Health and Safety Committees, SHE REPS, eadership and senior management teams of companies and organisations eg churches, event management spaces etc as strategic decisions around biohazzard and serious risk and disaster management decisions must be taken at the highest level, The course is also highly recommended as part of a H&S career-choice and entrepreneurship model for unemployed youth, women, community volunteer-NGO workers and anyone interested in health, safety, and saving lives.
Training Methodology and Philosophy
A foundation of mentorship, raising awareness, respect and vigilance for health, safety, security and protection of spaces and places where people live, work, meet and gather.
Rhens is in partnership with Heart Guardians Emergency Training Centre headed by Helene Basson, a Clinical Facilitator who heads up our our Covid-19 course facilitation. Helene is supported by Sister Ingrid Watson (click here) who heads our Frontline Healthcare Professional Advisory Panel Of Experts. Both have worked in COVID-19-ICU wards during the peak of the global pandemic and are highly qualified to lead this area as expert frontline healthcare professionals.
It is highly recommended that employers ensure that all staff who work off – site are trained in first-responder eg. First Aid & Fire-Fighting Level 1 as a minimum, in case of an injury ‘on duty’ in the absence of ‘traditional, on-site first responders’ when medical emergencies arise out of office. This recommendation is supported by the ILO’s ‘An employers’ guide on working from home in response to the outbreak of COVID-19′ (for quick reference to health and safety for remote workers, refer to page 19,20 and 21 ).
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Click here for some ‘Emergency Medical Statistics’ and an invitation to support the Community Safety Champions campaign, a skills-entrepreneurship-mentorship based turn-around strategy by ‘communities for communities‘ to rapidly improve health & safety socio-economic conditions in poorer (WC) communities with a focus on youth, women, the frail and aged, victims of GBV and PWD.