NSC Safety Management Techniques (SMT)

NSC Safety Training Methods (SMT)

NSC Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis

NSC Safety Inspections

NSC Risk Assessment

NSC Safety Management System Audit Training

NSC Supervisors Safety Development Program

NSC Defensive Driving

Confined Space Awareness and Gas Testing

Confined Space Train the Trainer

NSC Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Instructor Course

NSC HAZOP Leadership

OSHA Standard Construction

NSC Safety Management Techniques (SMT)

Introduction

																		Our newly revised 5-days course does more than show what an effective safety manager does. It shows how to do it through a balanced approach to safety management, addressing administrative, technical and cultural elements of safety. 
Students will learn how to lead safety in the organization, and how to get the team involved in safety and health efforts.

																	

Program Objectives


																		
•	Identify the fundamental principles of safety management.
•	Recognize the key elements of NSC's safety management system.
•	Determine your role as a safety and health professional and define line management's safety and health responsibilities.
•	Identify leadership strategies that contribute to your success as a manager.
•	Recognize the dynamics of organizational safety culture.
•	Recognize strategies and steps to create organizational and individual change.
•	Enhance your interviewing, consulting and influencing skills to enlist support from key people in your organization.
•	Use measurement tools to track the progress of your organization's safety management system.
•	Identify the steps for preparing a successful safety management audit.
•	Establish a business case for a safety management system.
•	Use problem solving and decision making skills to resolve your organization's safety and health issues
•	Create an action plan to improve safety management in your organization.
•	Dynamics of Organizational Safety Culture
•	Safety Performance Measurements
•	Defining Roles and Responsibilities
•	Business Case for Safety Management System

																	

Program Contents

																		Module 1:	A historical perspective on Safety Management
Module 2:	Initiating a Safety Management System
Module 3:	Defining role and responsibilities
Module 4:	Leading the safety management Process
Module 5:	The dynamics of safety culture
Module 6: 	Using interviewing and consulting skills
Module 7:	Managing the Safety and Health Audit process
Module 8:	Influencing and managing change
Module 9:	Safety performance measurements
Module 10:	Business case for a safety management system
Module 11:	Problem solving and decision making
Module 12:	Creating a safety and health management action plan
Module 13:	Analyzing case studies from a management perspective

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		Assessment comprises a multiple choice exam followed by practical basement. Candidates will be awarded Safety Management Certificate from National Safety Council which carries 2.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) towards advance certificate.
																	

Target Audience

																		Attend this course if you are coordinating, supervising, or managing safety and health efforts at your facility/company. Designed for the safety leader, this course meets the needs of safety and health committee leaders, supervisors, and middle/upper managers.

																	

Course Dates

10 March 2019

NSC Safety Management Techniques (SMT)

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NSC Safety Training Methods (SMT)

Introduction

																		Whether you're coordinating training development, purchasing materials from vendors, contracting with trainers, or conducting training yourself -- you'll find this course valuable. 
Safety Training Methods is a course that focuses on the knowledge and skills required to assess your training needs, as well as plan, organize, create, and deliver performance-based safety and health training programs. While emphasis is on developing and delivering instructor-lead/classroom training, you'll become acquainted with other instructional methods and media used to effectively train employees on safety and health issues. 

This course is a challenging and interactive learning experience. Combined with information, numerous group and independent learning activities provide opportunities to apply newly learned concepts to a variety of safety and health training scenarios. 

																	

Program Objectives


																		Upon completion of the Safety Training Methods course, you'll be able to 
Improve the safety performance of your workforce.  
Make educated decisions about the safety and health training needs of your workforce -- needs analysis, performance objectives, instructional strategy and methods, content, media, delivery, evaluation, and costs. 

																	

Program Contents

																		Module 1:	Impacting Performance in the Safety & Health Setting
Module 2:	Analyzing Training & Non-Training Problems
Module 3:	Addressing Adult Learning Needs
Module 4:	Assessing Training Needs
Module 5:	Writing Performance Objectives & Evaluating Learning Progress
Module 6: 	Developing Preliminary Content
Module 7:	Identifying Instructional Strategy & Methods
Module 8:	Using Facilitation Skills & Handling Difficult Situations
Module 9:	Selecting, Designing, & Using Media
Module 10:	Developing the Training Program
Module 11:	Delivering the Training Program:  Preparation, Presentation,
	              & Evaluation
Module 12:	Calculating Training Costs
Module 13:	Planning Future Training Efforts

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		After successful completion of the course and assessment, candidates will be awarded the Safety Training Methods Certificate from the NU National Safety Council.
																	

Target Audience

																		
If you are a manager, supervisor, human resource representative, or employee who is responsible for the planning, development and/or delivery of safety and health training programs, attend the Safety Training Methods course.
																	

Course Dates

24 November 2019

NSC Safety Training Methods (SMT)

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NSC Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis

Introduction

																		
Root Cause Analysis is one of the most important tasks and responsibilities of the HSE people. It helps them to remove hazards or reduce the level of its risk by adding precautions or control measures, as necessary. Participants will learn how to employ effective investigation and interview techniques, Analyze accidents to identify "true" root causes, and describe human relations issues affecting accident reporting. By doing so, they have created a safer and healthier workplace. 
																	

Program Objectives


																		
To focus on techniques for gathering complete, accurate and objective accident data used to arrive at true root causes and determine corrective action. To further examine and analyze data as a means of preventing injuries, property damage and financial losses.
																	

Program Contents

																		
MODULE 1: Introduction to Incident Investigation: Root Cause Analysis
MODULE 2: Respond to and Investigate the Incident 
MODULE 3: Analyze the Data and Recommend Corrective Action
MODULE 4: Implement Recommendations and Follow Up

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		
Assessment comprises exercises and a multiple choice exam followed by practical basement. Candidates will be awarded Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis Certificate from National Safety Council which carries 0.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) towards advance certificate.
																	

Target Audience

																		
All levels of management, safety practitioners, safety committee members, and individuals responsible for investigating accidents (incidents).
																	

Course Dates

NSC Safety Inspections

Introduction

																		This workshop provides an overview of the safety and health inspection process, then examines specific techniques to improve the process. Participants learn to develop and use checklists in continuous and formal safety inspections. 
The course also covers such topics as: 
•	Pre-inspection tasks 
•	What to inspect and where to gather information 
•	Recording observations 
•	Handling employee reactions to the inspection process 
•	Developing inspection reports 
•	Analyzing data and setting priorities 



																	

Program Objectives


																		Upon completion of the Safety Inspections course, you will be able to: 
•	Plan and conduct a safety inspection 
•	Complete inspection reports. 
•	Develop recommendations and follow-up. 
•	Manage an effective inspection program.


																	

Program Contents

																		Module 1: 	Introduction to Safety Inspections
Module 2:	Planning for Safety Inspections
Module 3: 	Conducting Safety Inspections
Module 4: 	Reporting and Following Up

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		After successful completion of the course and assessment, candidates will be awarded the Safety Inspections Certificate from the US National Safety Council.
																	

Target Audience

																		This course is suitable for those responsible for conducting or supervising safety inspections and those responsible for training industrial safety and/or health inspectors.
																	

Course Dates

NSC Risk Assessment

Introduction

																		
Risk assessment is one of the most important tasks and responsibilities of the HSE people. 
																	

Program Objectives


																		
It helps HSE people to remove hazards or reduce the level of its risk by adding precautions or control measures, as necessary. By doing so, you have created a safer and healthier workplace.
																	

Program Contents

																			
•       Understand the various types and concepts of risk assessments
•	Focus on all aspects of hazard recognition including the relationship
        between the environment equipment and processes
•	Understand the difference between "hazard" and "risk"
•	Focus on categories of hazards, methods for conducting an analysis 
        of the workplace and a process for evaluating and rating hazards 
        by risk are introduced. 
•	Understand the risk assessment process
•	Provide a positive and tested method of conducting assessments 
•	Feel confident in conducting risk assessments within the workplace
        Employ general engineering and administrative controls.  

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		

After successful completion of the course and assessment, candidates will be awarded the Risk Assessment Certificate from the NU National Safety Council.
																	

Target Audience

																		
People with HSE responsibilities (managers, supervisors, investigators and officers) this workshop can also be of value to all operation managers and supervisors. 
																	

Course Dates

NSC Safety Management System Audit Training

Introduction

																		The Safety Management Auditing course is a 2-day course focused on techniques related to the phases of safety audits:  preparing, conducting and the important follow-up. It covers the concepts for planning and conducting effective safety audits, how to communicate audit results and follow up on recommendations made in an audit report.
																	

Program Objectives


																		Upon completion, participants will be able 

•	Identify both individual and organizational benefits of safety management audits.
•	Differentiate between a safety audit and a safety inspection.
•	Recognize the phases of safety audits:  preparing, conducting, and follow up.
•	Identify how the 10 steps of a safety audit are organized.
•	Assess your organization’s safety audit efforts.
•	Recognize key tasks required for planning effective safety audits.
•	Create an audit checklist based on a short case scenario.
•	Identify communication and follow-up actions to take after completing an audit.

																	

Program Contents

																		The 3-day program covers the following modules
•	The value of a safety audit
•	What is the difference between a safety audit and safety inspection?
•	Planning for safety audits
•	Reporting and following up
•	Conducting safety audits

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		
																	

Target Audience

																		
																	

Course Dates

19 January 2019

NSC Safety Management System Audit Training

Details and Registeration

15 October 2019

NSC Safety Management System Audit Training

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NSC Supervisors Safety Development Program

Introduction

																		
The new National Safety Council Supervisors’ Safety Development Program (SSDP) trains supervisors and managers to incorporate best safety practices into their daily management activities. Supervisors will acquire the knowledge, leadership skills and methods to apply safety as part of their responsibilities and become your most effective safety leaders and advocates

																	

Program Objectives


																		
To equip supervisors and managers with the knowledge, leadership skills and methods to apply safety as part of their responsibilities and become effective safety leaders and advocates.
																	

Program Contents

																		SSDP expands and upgrades previous training programs for supervisors and managers with content incorporating the latest research addressing the practical needs of today’s organizations. SSDP includes 16 interrelated but independent instructional modules as follow:


1. Safety Management
2. Communication
3. Safety and Health Training
4. Employee Involvement — NEW
5. Safety and Health Inspections
6. Incident Investigation
7. Industrial Hygiene
8. Personal Protective Equipment
9. Ergonomics
10. Hazard Communication
11. Regulatory Issues — NEW
12. Machine Safeguarding
13. Hand Tools and Portable Power Tools
14. Materials Handling and Storage
15. Electrical Safety
16. Fire Safety

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		
On successful completion of Course student gets Supervisors safety Development  Certificate.
																	

Target Audience

																		New supervisors/managers unfamiliar with safety responsibilities
Experienced supervisors/managers who want “refresher” safety training or need to develop specialized skills
																	

Course Dates

6 October 2019

NSC Supervisors Safety Development Program

Details and Registeration

NSC Defensive Driving

Introduction

																		
DRIVER IMPROVEMENT
Defensive Driving Course (DDC) — 8/6, 9th Edition
Certified by National Safety Council
The most compelling program for keeping drivers safe on the road. National Safety Council Defensive Driving Courses are the most effective training for changing driver behaviors to prevent traffic crashes, injuries and deaths. In Illinois, drivers who completed DDC courses experienced 13 percent fewer negligent driving arrests and 19 percent fewer collisions than those who did not. By having participants complete DDC – 8/6, they may earn insurance premium discounts and points reduction in driver reward programs developed by state and local governments.The new edition of our best-selling course includes vastly revised content and training resources, making this the most compelling program for keeping drivers safe on the road. Available in both English and Spanish, our teaching materials are easy and enjoyable to present, and the program can be customized with local training statutes or a company’s fleet rules and regulations. Training also can be reduced from eight hours to six hours, if your specific training needs require it.
																	

Program Objectives


																		Experienced licensed drivers; organizations that want a driver improvement course for their employees; and traffic violators required to take a driver improvement course by the court
What your drivers will learn
• Practical knowledge and techniques to avoid traffic collisions and violations
• Why choosing safe, responsible, and lawful driving behaviors and habits makes personal and financial sense
• Factors one can control before driving, from emotions to vehicle maintenance
• How to drive defensively in unpredictable conditions
• How driver attitude and behavior can help prevent collisions and poor decision-making
• How to prevent collisions and recognize potential hazards
																	

Program Contents

																		The best course just got better!

• Expanded interpersonal activities, small group discussions and case studies
• Defensive Driver Self-Assessment Risk Survey – a one-of-its-kind resource to help participants take action against driving-related injuries and deaths
• Critical discussions on distracted driving, including the dangers of cell phone use
• New and updated video sessions with real-life driver situations, hazard recognition 
  re-enactments and essential “ready for the road” vehicle maintenance checkpoints
• Compelling technological advances, including a PowerPoint® presentation with animated graphics, 
   traffic simulations, and embedded video to capture and hold participant interest
• Instructor multimedia presentation and video sessions conveniently combined onto one DVD

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		
On successful completion of Course student gets Defensive Driving Certificate.
																	

Target Audience

																		
Experienced licensed drivers; organizations that want a driver improvement course for their employees; and traffic violators required to take a driver improvement course by the court
																	

Course Dates

29 April 2019

NSC Defensive Driving

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Confined Space Awareness and Gas Testing

Introduction

																		
The NSC Confined Space Entry Instructor development course is a three-day course designed to prepare and certify instructors for confined spaces entry and safety rescue activities and be able to deliver confined space entry awareness training to employees at their place of employment. It teaches skills and offers an in-depth review of requirements of the best practice for confined space entry under OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146; ANSI Z117, 1 -2009; and the UK Confined Space Regulations Approved Code of Practice L101 2009.
																	

Program Objectives


																		
It is designed to prepare and certify instructors for confined spaces entry and safety rescue activities and be able to deliver confined space entry awareness training to employees at their place of employment.

																	

Program Contents

																		
• Identifying a confined space
• Identifying the hazards within confined spaces
• Carrying out a safe entry including gas testing
• Carrying out an emergency self- rescue
• Understanding the requirements for strict control measures
• Requirements to work and safe work systems
• Breathing apparatus usage
• Training techniques; adult education methodology, teaching, Exercises
• Assessment
• The course also includes practical exercises on confined space entry, rescue, and use of breathing apparatus (BA) training to be arranged by the training center.



																	

Assessment and Certification

																		After successful completion of the course, candidates will be awarded the Confined Spaces Instructor certificates from the US National Safety Council. The candidate instructor will be eligible to teach Confined Space Awareness training within the requirements of OSHA and NSC guidelines. The instructor certification will be valid for three years from date of issue.

																	

Target Audience

																		This course mainly for : 
 • Persons required to work within confined spaces.
• Persons supervising confined space entry.
• People who need to be certified trainer to teach confined Space courses
																	

Course Dates

Confined Space Train the Trainer

Introduction

																		The NSC Confined Space Entry Instructor development course is a three-day course designed to prepare and certify instructors for confined spaces entry and safety rescue activities and be able to deliver confined space entry awareness training to employees at their place of employment. It teaches skills and offers an in-depth review of requirements of the best practice for confined space entry under OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146; ANSI Z117,1-2009; and the UK Confined Space Regulations Approved Code of Practice L101 2009.
																	

Program Objectives


																		This course mainly for : 
 • Persons required to work within confined spaces.
• Persons supervising confined space entry.
• People who need to be certified trainer to teach confined Space courses
																	

Program Contents

																		The course addresses the following topics:

•	Identifying a confined space 
•	Identifying the hazards within confined spaces 
•	Carrying out a safe entry 
•	Carrying out an emergency self- rescue 
•	Understanding the requirements for strict control measures 
•	Requirements to work and safe work systems
•	Breathing apparatus usage 
•	Training techniques; adult education methodology, teaching exercises
•	Assessment

The course also includes practical exercises on confined space entry, rescue, and use of breathing apparatus (BA) training to be arranged by the training center.  

After successful completion of the IDC course, the candidate instructor will be eligible to teach Confined Space Awareness training within the requirements of OSHA and NSC guidelines. The instructor certification will be valid for three years from date of issue.

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		After successful completion of the course, candidates will be awarded the Confined Spaces Instructor certificates from the US National Safety Council.
																	

Target Audience

																		
• Persons required to work within confined
  spaces.
• Persons supervising confined space entry.
• People who need to be certified trainer to
  teach confined Space courses.
																	

Course Dates

NSC Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Instructor Course

Introduction

																		The H2S instructor course is a training program geared to safety, health, environmental, and management personnel who have responsibility for conducting H2S employee awareness training, but who may lack the training or experience to do so.  This course will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to educate employers and employees on the hazards associated with H2S.
You will be involved in your own learning experience through interactive, instructional exercises.  Combined with information, these activities provide you with opportunities to apply newly learned skills and techniques for handling the safety inspection process.
																	

Program Objectives


																		- Understand physical and chemical properties of H2S
- Implement Safe work procedures for hydrogen sulfide
- Detect and monitor H2S exposure.
- Recommend safe work practices
- Employee proper training techniques
- Compare your learning goals with the program goals, methods, and general content of the course.
- Establish a baseline measurement of your current knowledge, attitudes, and behavior toward H2S Training.
																	

Program Contents

																		
																	

Assessment and Certification

																		
																	

Target Audience

																		
																	

Course Dates

NSC HAZOP Leadership

Introduction

																		HAZOP is an abbreviated term for HAZOP and Operability study. It is a technique that identifies the potential hazards and operating issues with the design and construction of equipment and plant. The study involves the interaction of a multi-disciplinary team. The identification is carried out using a series of keywords to examine deviations and their subsequent effects on the process as a whole. Once the hazard and operability concerns are identified, appropriate actions are recommended. 
 
																	

Program Objectives


																		•	Become familiar with the concepts of a HAZOP study
•	Understand the principles and methodology of a HAZOP study
•	Understand the requirements of management, preparation, planning, HAZOP team, documentation, as well the review of HAZOP study
•	Understand the methodology in conducting a process hazard review 
•	Preparation and Organization of PHA Studies
•	Selection of Study Nodes / Design intent of node
•	Guidelines for managing the team
•	Recording Study Results / Maintaining Quality Control
•	Management of Results and Recommendations
•	Communication of Results to Management

																	

Program Contents

																		This 5-day HAZOP leadership course introduces the concept of hazard assessment, process Hazard Analysis techniques and risk matrix and details of the HAZOP technique. A successful HAZOP is only possible if the study is effective. The course also covers the responsibilities of the HAZOP leader, how to manage the team, the results and recommendations of the HAZOP study. Also, participants will undertake a range of project team roles to give them the opportunity to practice the HAZOP process.  

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		Assessment comprises a multiple choice exam followed by practical basement. Candidates will be awarded HAZOP Leadership from National Safety Council. 
																	

Target Audience

																		• New supervisors/managers unfamiliar with safety responsibilities
• Experienced supervisors/managers who want “refresher” safety training or need to develop specialized skills

																	

Course Dates

OSHA Standard Construction

Introduction

																		
																	

Program Objectives


																		
																	

Program Contents

																		
																	

Assessment and Certification

																		
																	

Target Audience

																		
																	

Course Dates