Offer the fundamentals required to manage day-to-day risks effectively and develop knowledge and skills required to enter the workplace
Identify and manage workplace risks and hazards
Develop OSHI-safe systems and processes that positively impact how risk is managed
Ensures that the procedures detailed within the permit and referenced documentation are followed.
Investigate and determine the root cause of the incident and why did the incident occur
Perform hazard investigation and conditions that would aggravate an emergency situation and work to eliminate them
Identify the root cause of the incident; why did the incident occur
produce or contribute to a construction health and safety plan
Impact an organization’s safety culture and behaviors
Responsibilities in the area of safety for dedicated inspectors
Focus on actual safety and health inspection based on defined standards
Location: 80% of the time on-site
The Occupational Health and Safety Inspector (OHSI) qualification will develop trainee knowledge and skills required to enter the workplace with a focus on the oil, gas and construction sectors. It offers practical experience with essential industrial standards, as well as with rules and regulations. The OSHI qualification will offer the fundamentals required for someone to be to manage day-to-day risks effectively.
After successfully completing this course, participants will be able to recognize the most frequent risks connected to workplaces in the general industry, locate pertinent Occupational Safety and Health standards and requirements, and recommend remedies for these risks and transgressions of these standards. After graduating, the candidate will be qualified to work as an inspector of occupational health and safety in all fields of construction, including oil and gas.
Identify the most common hazards associated with general industry workplaces, locate applicable Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards and requirements, and suggest abatement methods for these hazards and violations of these standards.
Recognize and implement the significance of keeping records and creating reports of incidents and injuries at work in relation to identifying risks and contributing factors.
Specify what an OHS inspector must do to exercise reasonable diligence when conducting inspections and incident investigations.
Recognize why workplace inspections are conducted and the authority that an OHS inspector has to do so.
Discuss the importance of orientations and training programs for the workers.
Outline and perform the main elements of a typical risk assessment procedure.
Outline and perform the main components and the elements to be addressed in a report on the findings of hazards associated with a workplace.
Justify the development of the appropriate work practices and describe how to do so.
Describe the fundamental responsibilities of an OHS inspector with regard to emergency action plans and responses and creating report.
Exhibit the capacity and talk about the creation and application of the permit to work system.
Perform an initial risk assessment of a workplace and offer guidance on how to prevent work-related accidents in accordance with laws and regulations.
Identify the risks of occupational exposure related to the use of hand tools and power tools and outline the primary methods in risk prevention.
Introduction to Health and Safety
Year Two Semester One
Principles of Inspection
Health and safety for the inspector
Complete inspection documentation
Principles of Quality Management
Use of IT in a work setting
Technical English for inspectors
Year Two Semester Two
Introduction to OHS
Workplace Policies and Safe Procedures
Workplace Risk Management
Electrical and Mechanical Safety
Permit to Work and High-Risk Tasks
Emergency Response and Action Plan
Incident Analysis, Investigation, and general concepts on Inspection