It’s crucial to understand that fire safety training goes beyond the basic knowledge of ‘what to do in a fire emergency.’ Instead, it encompasses a thorough understanding of fire behavior, preventive measures, response strategies, and compliance with health and safety regulations.
Securing QCTO Accreditation is a critical step for training providers in South Africa, ensuring compliance and recognition in the field of occupational training.
Classroom environments often facilitate a better experience for both trainers and trainees alike. In such cases, understanding and effectively managing the costs of developing a classroom-based program is crucial.
In South Africa, Occupational Health and Safety training is governed predominantly by the aging OHSA, Occupational Health and Safety Act [Act No. 85 of 1993] and various Regulations or the MHSA, Mines Health and Safety Act [Act No. 29 of 1996].
Difference between inform, instruct, and train as required by the OHSA and Regulations INFORM: This term refers to providing employees with relevant information regarding dangers, hazards, risks (DHR), and health and safety (OHS) procedures. The objective is to share...