2300 SAR 4000

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Course language : Arabic
Start Date : 2024-May-05
Expiry Date : 2024-May-09
Course Level : Secondary certificate
Lectures : 30 Hour
Course Timing : 12:00:00am

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Occupational safety and health in accordance with OSHA standards

Description of the training program (training course)

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration designed this general industry safety program specifically for managers, experts, consultants and other individuals responsible for various industrial activities to give them a comprehensive overview of general industrial safety. This program gives the opportunity to view and use OSHA standards for general industries in addition to occupational safety and health standards.

The general objective of the training program
Introducing the participants to OSHA and its legislation and providing the participants with the latest information related to the principles of occupational safety and health, which qualifies them to understand and control the various types of risks at work sites in industrial sites and define the responsibilities and duties of both workers and employers with regard to occupational safety and health.

Detailed objectives of the training program:
Full knowledge of:-
• Introduction to OSHA.
• Safety standards in construction
• Safety standards in general industry.
• Occupational health.
• Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

• Training course outline:


•    First day
• Introduction to OSHA:
• OSHA's history and goals
• OSHA structure and functions
• Key OSHA laws
• Rights and duties of employers and employees
• OSHA programs to encourage workplace safety


•    the second day
• Safety standards in construction:
• OSHA standards for fall prevention
• Safety requirements to protect workers from the dangers of heavy equipment
• Electrical safety standards in construction sites
• Safety standards for working in drilling
• Safety standards for fire prevention


•    the third day
• Safety standards in general industry:
• OSHA standards for preventing machinery hazards
• Safety requirements to protect workers from the dangers of chemicals
• Safety standards for noise prevention
• Safety standards to prevent lighting hazards
• Safety requirements to protect workers from the dangers of working in confined spaces


•    the fourth day
• Occupational health:
• Identify common occupational health risks
• Monitor and evaluate occupational health risks
• Occupational disease prevention programs
• Safe work practices to prevent occupational injuries
• Occupational health and injury management programs


•    The fifth day
• Occupational Safety and Health Administration:
• Occupational safety and health management systems
• Assess risks in the workplace
• Training programs on occupational safety and health
• Accident investigation and prevention
• Safety communication and consultation programmes

 Advantages of applying the creative thinking program and innovation techniques

• Reducing the risk of occupational injuries and deaths: which reduces health care costs and compensation for injured workers, and contributes to uninterrupted business continuity.
• Improving productivity: A safe work environment motivates employees to work more efficiently, which enhances productivity and contributes to achieving the company’s goals.
• Reducing insurance costs: Workers' compensation insurance companies typically offer premium discounts to companies that have effective occupational safety and health programs.
• Enhancing the company's image and reputation: A company that implements occupational safety and health programs shows its concern for the safety of its employees, which enhances its image and reputation in the market.
• Reducing the risk of legal liability: Occupational safety and health programs reduce the risk of employers being held liable in the event of occupational injuries or illnesses.

 Target groups
Workers in the field of occupational safety and health and workers in industrial and petroleum sites, such as: (consultants - experts - managers - heads of departments) in all service or production institutions in the public or private sector.

 Personal skills:

• Extensive knowledge of occupational safety and health laws and regulations.
• A deep understanding of occupational safety and health risks in various workplaces.
• Risk assessment skills and implementation of occupational safety and health plans.
• Ability to investigate occupational accidents and pests.
• Communication skills with regulatory and law enforcement agencies.

 Institutional benefit:

• Maintaining employee health: The OSHA program aims to provide a safe work environment that reduces the risk of occupational injuries and illnesses, which keeps employees healthy and reduces health care and compensation costs for injured workers.
• Maintaining business continuity: Occupational safety and health programs contribute to reducing absences from work due to injuries and illnesses, which maintains uninterrupted business continuity and reduces employee replacement costs.
• Safe work environment: A safe and comfortable work environment motivates employees to work more efficiently, which enhances productivity and contributes to achieving the organization’s goals.
• Reducing stress and anxiety: Occupational safety and health programs reduce stress and anxiety levels among employees, improving their focus and productivity.
• Safe work environment: A safe and comfortable work environment motivates employees to work more efficiently, which enhances productivity and contributes to achieving the organization’s goals.
• Reducing stress and anxiety: Occupational safety and health programs reduce stress and anxiety levels among employees, improving their focus and productivity.

• Training course outline:


•    First day
• Introduction to OSHA:
• OSHA's history and goals
• OSHA structure and functions
• Key OSHA laws
• Rights and duties of employers and employees
• OSHA programs to encourage workplace safety


•    the second day
• Safety standards in construction:
• OSHA standards for fall prevention
• Safety requirements to protect workers from the dangers of heavy equipment
• Electrical safety standards in construction sites
• Safety standards for working in drilling
• Safety standards for fire prevention


•    the third day
• Safety standards in general industry:
• OSHA standards for preventing machinery hazards
• Safety requirements to protect workers from the dangers of chemicals
• Safety standards for noise prevention
• Safety standards to prevent lighting hazards
• Safety requirements to protect workers from the dangers of working in confined spaces


•    the fourth day
• Occupational health:
• Identify common occupational health risks
• Monitor and evaluate occupational health risks
• Occupational disease prevention programs
• Safe work practices to prevent occupational injuries
• Occupational health and injury management programs


•    The fifth day
• Occupational Safety and Health Administration:
• Occupational safety and health management systems
• Assess risks in the workplace
• Training programs on occupational safety and health
• Accident investigation and prevention
• Safety communication and consultation programmes

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