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Renewable & Recyclable


Course aim

*   To provide basic information and areas of responsibility for
     health, safety and the environment
*   To understand the implications of hazard recognition/risk
     assessment and effects on individuals and the employer
*   To demonstrate how individual behaviour can help reduce
     accidents.

Learning outcomes

On completion of the course delegates will have the knowledge to:
•   Demonstrate their understanding of the subjects by
    successfully completing each assessment paper
•   Appreciate how they personally can influence good standards
    within health, safety & the environment
•   Understand the value of risk assessment and have the
    knowledge to recognise when change to a
    generic assessment is required
•   Understand the common hazards associated with work.

MODULE 1 – Landfill gas

The session will introduce Local Legislation e.g. (OSHA, EMA, FIRE SERVICE ACT, PETROLEUM ACT and International Legislation e.g. DSEAR), landfill gas odour, fire and explosion.

MODULE 2 – Electrical hazards

The module will examine the cause of common electrical hazards
and the effects of electric shock:
•   Earthing
•   Fuses and RCDs
•   Battery powered tools
•   Testing and maintenance of portable equipment.

MODULE 3 – Tools, plant and machinery

The session will introduce PUWER, employer and employee duties, hand tools and specific risks.

MODULE 4 – Lock off / isolation

The session will demonstrate lock off / isolation, procedures, why? what? when?

MODULE 5 – Fire safety

The session will highlight risk of fire associated with
power stations, along with precautions against spills and leaks:
•   Fire management of risks
•   Fire avoidance
•   Use of fire extinguishers.

MODULE 6 – Working at height

The session will discuss in detail the hazards associated with all forms of access and egress including the importance of the risk assessment process, the safe use of ladders and stepladders, the use of scaffolding including erection and dismantling, the use of both scaffold towers and mobile scaffold towers and working on roofs, confined spaces and excavations and stress. In addition candidates will be made aware of the varied precautions which can be taken.

MODULE 7 – Environmental

The session covers current and future environmental requirements, safe storage and marking, waste control hierarchies and emergency planning in the event of problems

Recycling


Course aim

*   To provide basic information and areas of responsibility
     for health, safety and the environment
*   To understand the implications of hazard recognition/risk
     assessment and effects on individuals and the employers
*   To demonstrate how individual behaviour can help reduce
     accidents.

Learning outcomes

On completion of the course delegates will have the knowledge
to:
•   Demonstrate their understanding of the subjects by
    successfully completing each assessment paper
•   Appreciate how they personally can influence good
    standardswithin health, safety & the environment
•   Understand the value of risk assessment and have the
    knowledge to recognise when change to a
    generic assessment is required
•   Understand the common hazards associated with work.


Safety Pass Alliance Trinidad and Tobago (SPATT) Limited aims to work with employers, employees, contractors, employer associations, trade unions, stakeholders and other relevant bodies to design and develop training programmes tailored to suit each sector.

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