2 WSQ – APPLY WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH IN PROCESS PLANT (OPSOC)

WSQ – APPLY WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH IN PROCESS PLANT (OPSOC)

WSQ – APPLY WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH IN PROCESS PLANT (OPSOC)

WSQ – APPLY WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH IN PROCESS PLANT (OPSOC)

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COURSE PRICE

$90.00

COURSE SCHEDULE

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OVERVIEW

This “Apply Workplace Safety and Health in Process Plant course” is previously known as Oil and Petrochemical Safety Orientation Course (OPSOC). On completion of this unit, learners will have the skills and knowledge in applying workplace safety and health practices to ensure the safety of oneself and others at work in the Oil and Petrochemical industry.

This course is mandatory to all personnel who are working in the Oil and Petrochemical plants in Singapore.

  • Understand legal obligations to Apply Workplace Safety and Health.
  • Provision of Environmental Control Officer (ECO)
  • Identify hazards in oil and petrol chemical plant and other sites within the premises.
  • Recognize all types of industrial safety signs.
  • Put on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Take safety precautions when working with different hazards.
  • Respond in case of fire or emergency.

On completion of this unit, learners will have the skills and knowledge in applying workplace safety and health practices to ensure the safety of oneself and others at work in the Oil and Petrochemical Industry

9 hours/ 1 Day
Classroom Training
English, Mandarin
Practical Performance Written / Oral Questioning Session
Upon completion Safety pass will be issued to the participants with 100% attendance and passed the examination. Safety Pass valid for 3 years.

Learners must be able to apply numbers, listen, read, speak & write English at a proficiency level equivalent to the Employability Skills System (ESS-Level-2)

1. Training Partners Gateway Course Reference Code : CRS-Q-0024268-PI

2. For companies applying for funding, the training grant applications will be submitted up to 30 days before the course start date via Training Partners Gateway.