SHE Rep: Apply Safety, Health and Environmental Procedures O,NCB,S13223)
Learners will be equipped with learning and understanding of relevant safety, health and environmental protection procedures in their place of work and what it requires to maintain a safe and productive work area. They are able to explain safety, health and environmental objectives, standards and regulations at the workplace, perform safety inspections, and identify and report on unsafe conditions.
Target Market: Who Should Attend
All new and existing Health and Safety Committee Representatives requiring their new or updated SHE REP compliance certificate
All entrepreneurs, the youth and anyone wishing to upskill themselves for a potential career in health and safety.
Any wishing to become a serving Health & Safety Representatives in a company in the future
A Certificate Of Online Completion will be issued by Rhens Training Institute on completion of all assessments linked to the online course
The relevant SETA will issue a Certificate Of Competence for the credits linked to this credit bearing option selected which will require the Learner to submit a Portfolio Of Evidence that will be moderated by the SETA in an independent process.
NB Note: SETA’s can take up to 12 months to Moderate and issue transcripts and Certificates Of Competence and this time factor is outside the control of the Training Provider.
Certificate Validity Period For NonCredit Bearing Course
1 Years, SETA
List Of All Training Delivery Options To Choose From
F: Face to Face, physically at a venue with other learners (1 day);
O, NCB: Online, non-credit bearing, self-paced learning course with a 1 year validity certificate from date of issue (*This course)
O,CB: Online, credit bearing, self-paced learning course with a 2 year validity certificate from date of issue.
O,F: Online, Face to Face via an online social media platform eg ZOOM for a pre-agreed period of time dependent on the unit standards and / or length of the course
The Occupational Health and Safety Act of 1993 require staff members to be appointed as health and safety representatives to inspect the workplace. The employer is required to provide health and safety training in order for them to perform their duties.
Health & Safety at the Workplace requires not only Understanding and Knowledge, but most of all a healthy amount of communication throughout the Workforce.
It is the Health & Safety Representative’s Responsibility to prevent potential Threats and non-compliance Issues, to report certain findings to Management, to then discuss possible solutions in carefully structured Health & Safety Meetings, and finally to ensure the achievement of set goals.
In order to give Management a more realistic view of Happenings on the work floor, non-managerial Representatives are of vital importance to this progress.
These Representatives must have a thorough knowledge and understanding of the legislative requirements (OSH Act), they must be aware of their Duties and Responsibilities, and they must be familiar with all Administrative Requirements involved in their Quest for Safety at the Workplace.
Responsibilities of Employees & Management towards Safety, Health and Environmental Procedures in the workplace
Responsibilities of all parties towards safety of people, clients, products, services from a workplace safety risk – management legislative perspective
Requirements & Procedure of Appointment
Legal Requirements and Functions
Investigation, Cause – finding
Health & Safety Inspections and Reporting
Identification of Incidents, their Prevention & Reporting
Identification of Risks and Hazards
Basic Fire Prevention
Legal Document Completion
Learners will have a better understanding of the functions and responsibility of a SHE Representative
Learner will be able to carry out basic inspections and participate in SHE Rep committee procedures
By the end of the course, the learner will be able to explain:
the general purpose and broad content of the OHS Act
the election/nomination process
the functions and responsibilities of HSE representatives
the purpose, structure and responsibilities of an HSE committee
the common causes of incidents in the workplace
the basic principles of incident prevention
participate effectively in HSE committee procedures
carry out a basic inspection of their work area
identify areas where information is required from the employer to support specific workplace inspection needs
identify additional training needs.
An assessment during and at the end of the course will be required to qualify for the 1 year validity (from date of issue) ‘course completed’ certificate
MEDICAL HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL FACILITATORS & TRAINING PARTNERSHIP
Rhens Training Institute has a partnership agreement with Heart Guardians Emergency Training Centre headed by Helene Basson who is accredited with, amongst others, SAIOSH, RCSA, AHA, SAIOSH, Intrasafe and who has served the Emergency Medical Services community for almost 12 years; she leads a team of instructors delivering courses in Emergency Medical Care, First Aid and Health & Safety; she works as a Clinical Assessor at a globally recognized medical facility, is a certified Assessor and Moderator for all health and safety courses, a BLS Instructor working with Healthcare Professionals to instruct American Heart Association (AHA) and Resuscitation Council of South-Africa (RCSA) courses; a CPG instructor for the pre-hospital medical staff; current with ACLS- advanced cardiac life support; worked in COVID-19 ICU; is currently busy with her COVID-19 ventilator course through Harvard University and COVID for Healthcare workers course through Stanford University and has ITLS- International Trauma Life Support Instructor status.
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