2 WSQ Workplace Safety and Health Control Measures

WSQ Develop A Risk Management Implementation Plan (bizSAFE Level 2) as WSQ Workplace Safety and Health Control Measures

WSQ Develop A Risk Management Implementation Plan (bizSAFE Level 2) as WSQ Workplace Safety and Health Control Measures

WSQ Develop A Risk Management Implementation Plan (bizSAFE Level 2) as WSQ Workplace Safety and Health Control Measures

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COURSE PRICE

$340

COURSE SCHEDULE

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OVERVIEW

On completion of this course, learners will acquire the knowledge and skills to be a Risk Management Champion for the organisation in reducing risks at source by managing the risk management process at workplace and for recognition of bizSAFE level 2 by Workplace Safety and Health Council.

It involves developing a practical risk management implementation plan for the organisation which identify specific actions to be taken, by whom and time for their completion.

It also entails formation of risk management team, risk assessment, controlling and monitoring the risks, communicating these risks to all persons involved and in compliance with the Risk Management Code of Practice (RMCP)

A Risk Management (RM) Champion who is appointed by the company to chart out the company’s RM Implementation Plan

  • Management
  • Health & Safety personnel
  • Line Supervisors
  • Team Leaders
  • Risk Management Champions
  • RM Team Leader
  • RA Team Leader
  • Any personnel responsible for Risk management at the workplace

1. Organizational Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) policy
2. Workplace Safety and Health (Risk Management Regulations) requirements
3. Expectations of a Risk Management (RM) Champion
4. Risk management process
5. Risk assessment plan
6. Hazard identification methodology
7. Classification of WSH hazards
8. Hazards associated with tools, equipment, materials and machines
9. Hazards associated with work processes / activities, workplace conditions and environment
10. At-risk behavior
11. Concept of risk assessment
12. Risk assessment methodology
13. Risk control measures methodology
14. Concept of ALARP (as low as reasonably practicable)
15. Development of risk management plan
16. How to communicate the implemented risk control measures

Learners will be provided with a physical copy of Learner’s Guide on the first day of class.

  1. On completion of this unit, learners will acquire the knowledge and skills to be a RM Team Leader/Risk Management Champion for the organisation in reducing risks at source by managing the risk management process at workplace.
  2. Learners will be able to;
    1. Verify the expectations of a risk management champion with relevant person in accordance with organizational Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) policy
    2. Form a risk management team based on organizational WSH policy and in compliance with WSH (Risk Management) regulation’s requirements
    3. Establish hazard identification methodology for the workplace to identify WSH hazards associated with any work activity or trade
    4. Establish risk assessment methodology for the workplace to determine the risk levels of the identified hazards associated with any work activity or trade
    5. Establish risk control measures methodology for the workplace to manage the identified risks to a level as low as reasonably practicable by following the principles of hierarchy of control
    6. Develop a workplace risk management plan to implement the hazard identification, risk assessment, and risk control measures in accordance with organizational WSH policy
    7. Present the risk management plan to relevant stakeholders for consideration in accordance with organizational procedures
    8. Communicate the identified hazard, risk evaluated, and implemented risk control
    9. Understand and adhere to SG Secure programme and requirements

2 Days, 15 hours (Training) + 1 hours (Assessment)
Classroom Training
English
Individuals will be assessed through various methodologies such as written questioning, written assignment, case studies, practical and oral questioning etc.
A Statement of Attainment (SOA) will be awarded by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) upon completion.

Literacy and Numeracy

  1. WSQ Employability Skills Workplace Literacy and Numeracy Level 5; or
  2. GCE O Level or Equivalent
Certifiable courses Funding Support
SCs and PRs (Self-sponsored individuals must be at least 21 years old) Up to 50% of course fees
SCs aged ≥ 40 years old (SkillsFuture Mid Career Enhanced Subsidy) Up to 70% of course fees
SMEs (Enhanced Training Support for SMEs) Up to 70% of course fees
  • From 1st Jan 2022, SkillsFuture course funding has been revised to a baseline of up to 50% of the Course fee for certifiable courses approved by SSG.
  • Enterprises and individuals who qualify for SSG’s enhanced subsidy schemes (SkillsFuture Mid-career Enhanced Subsidy and Enhanced
    Training Support for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)) will receive an enhanced subsidy of up to 20% – points above the baseline course fee subsidies.
  • For Singaporeans aged 25 and above, you can choose to tap on your SkillsFuture Credit to offset out-of-pocket expenses for this training

Please contact us at 62970118 for more information.