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Course Title

Certified Health, Safety & Environment Officer (CHSEO)

Level

Induction Training & Competence Assessment

Training Duration

5-7 days; 6-8 Hours/Training Session

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.1

COURSE SUMMARY

1.2

TRAINING CURRICULUM

1.3

LESSON PLAN

1.4

COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT FORM

1.5

PRACTICAL CHECKLIST (if required) SUPPPORTING DOCUMENTS

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1.1

COURSE SUMMARY

A. Course Aim Certified Health, Safety & Health Officer (CHSEO) course is designed to ensure compliance to internal management system requirements and to regulatory requirements by: 

Establishing safe working practices and eliminating common work site problems such as human error, shift handovers, fatigue and poor job safety analysis;

Maintaining a safe system of work throughout changing conditions and environments using predefined rule sets to avoid conflicts and manage simultaneous operations; and

Demonstrating that work is being controlled to As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP) to meet internal management system requirements as a demonstration of compliance to the regulator

B. Course Outcome The participants shall acquire knowledge and skill related to safety awareness of the workplace to prevent and reduce related workplace accident congruent with industry standards of competence. C. Course Objectives At the end of this course, participants should be able to demonstrate understanding of the content through application of knowledge to familiar and unfamiliar situations, In particular they should be able to:      

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Describe the foundation of occupational health and safety standards and aims of the course; Describe the Introduction of OSH managements system; Outline the risk assessment procedure and requirement; Describe the roles, responsibilities and requirement of accident investigation and reporting; Describe the workplace hazards and control system; Describe the general requirement and responsibility of environmental awareness.


D. Target Group All HSE officers and would like to be a professional HSE Officer in future or others. E.

Course Methodology This course shall be delivered in English and with combination of lecture/practical and team activity in the course format. While learning assessment shall be through to written test.

F.

Course Pre-Requisite Candidates shall possess basic knowledge and understanding of the workplace and basic safe working procedure, responsibility and safety requirements.

G.

Needed Resources by the Participants

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Long sleeves coverall

Safety Boot

Safety Glass

Helmet


1.2

Section Number 1

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TRAINING CURRICULUM

Section & Lesson Title Foundation of Occupational Health & Safety A. Scope & nature of occupational safety B. Reason of maintaining health & safety standard C. Duty, rights & responsibilities Introduction of OSH Management System A. Policy B. Organization C. Planning D. Measuring, audit & review

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Risk Assessment

4

A. Procedure of risk assessment B. Hazards checklist C. Example of risk assessment Accident Investigation and Reporting A. Role & function of incident investigation B. Benefits of investigation C. Investigation Procedure D. Record and Report

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Methodology

Ppt Presentation & Lecture discussion

Ppt. Presentation & Lecture discussion

Ppt Presentation & Lecture discussion

Ppt. Presentation & Lecture discussion


Section Number 5

Section & Lesson Title

Methodology

Workplace Hazards and Control A. Classification of hazards B. Transport hazards C. Manual handling D. Work equipment hazards E. Electrical hazards

Ppt Presentation & Lecture discussion

F. Fire Safety G. Chemical hazards 6

Environmental Awareness A. Housekeeping B. Hazardous waste & management C. Spill onshore D. Spill offshore

Ppt presentation & Lecture discussion

E. Air emissions F. Soil and ground G. MSDS for chemical handling H. Dangerous animal I. Noise and vibration 7

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Assessment A. Written Exam B. Practical Exam

Written Exam & Practical Assessment


Section 1

Foundation of Occupational Health and Safety

Time Allocation

02-03 hours

A. Intended Outcome At the end of this section, participants are expected to:   

Familiarize with the foundation of occupational health and safety; Demonstrate the scope and nature of occupational safety; Understand the rights and responsibilities of health and safety.

B. Learning Indicator At the end of this section, participants are expected to pass written assessment with a minimum score of 80%.

C. Method of Teaching:  Audio Video Presentation  Power Point Presentation  Lecture-Discussion

D. Topics Covered 1. Scope and Nature of occupational safety; 2. Reason for maintaining health and safety standard; 3. Duty, rights and responsibility.

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Section 2

Introduction of OSH Management System

Time Allocation

3-4

Hours

A. Intended Outcome At the end of this section, participants are expected to:  Understand Policy of health and safety;  Describe about the organizational activities;  Understand planning for occupational health and safety;  Demonstrate the measuring, audit and review procedures. B. Learning Indicator At the end of this section, participants are expected to pass written assessment with a minimum score of 80%. C. Method of Teaching: 

Power Point Presentation

Lecture-Discussion

D. Topics Covered 1. Policy 2. Organization 3. Planning 4. Measuring, audit and review.

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Section 3

Risk Assessment

Time Allocation

4-6 Hours

A. Intended Outcome At the end of this section, participants are expected to: 

Explain the purpose and procedure of risk assessment;

Outline the importance of hazardous checklist;

Describe the example of a risk assessment.

B. Learning Indicator: At the end of this section, participants are expected to pass written assessment with a minimum score of 80%. C. Training Methods: 

Power Point Presentation

Lecture-Discussion

D. Topics Covered 1. Procedure of risk assessment; 2. Hazardous checklist; 3. Example of risk assessment.

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Section 4

Accident Investigation and Reporting

Time Allocation

4-6

Hours

A. Intended Outcome At the end of this section, participants are expected to:  Describe the role and function of incident investigation;  Outline the benefit of

investigation

 Demonstrate the investigation procedure; and  Describe the importance and the proper way of record keeping and reporting.

B. Learning Indicator At the end of this section, participants are expected to pass written assessment with a minimum score of 80%. C. Method of Teaching 

Power Point Presentation

Lecture Discussion

D. Topics Covered 1. Role and function of incident investigation; 2. Benefit of Investigation; 3. Investigation procedure; and 4. Record and report

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Section 5

Workplace Hazards and Control

Time Allocation

4-6 Hours

A. Intended Outcome At the end of this section, participants are expected to:       

Describe the classification of hazards at work place; Demonstrate the Transport Hazards and control; Outline the manual handling hazards and safe manual handling procedure; Describe the work equipment hazards and measuring technics; Demonstrate the electrical hazards and control system; Outline the importance of fire safety; Describe the chemical hazards and safe procedure to handling or use of chemical;

B. Learning Indicator At the end of this section, the participants are expected to pass written assessment with the minimum of 80% and pass the individual practical skills performance assessment. C. Method of Teaching  Power Point Presentation  Lecture Discussion D. Topics Covered 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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Classification of hazards; Transport hazard; Manual handling safety; Work equipment hazard; Electrical hazard; Fire safety; Chemical hazard.


Section 6

Environmental Awareness

Time Allocation

4-6

Hours

A. Intended Outcome At the end of this section, participants are expected to:         

Describe the importance of housekeeping; Demonstrate the purpose of hazardous waste management Outline the spill onshore requirement and procedures; Describe the spill offshore requirement and procedures; Demonstrate the importance and procedure of air emissions control; Describe the soil and ground water control purpose and procedures; Outline the importance use of MSDS for chemical handling; Demonstrate the self-defense from dangerous animals at workplace; and Describe the noise and vibration control procedures.

B. Learning Indicator At the end of this section, the participants are expected to pass written assessment with the minimum of 80% and pass the individual practical skills performance assessment. C. Method of Teaching  Power Point Presentation  Lecture Discussion D. Topics Covered 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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Housekeeping; Hazardous waste management; Spill onshore; Spill offshore; Air emissions; Soil and ground water; MSDS for chemical handling; Dangerous animal; Noise and vibration.


Section- 7

Assessment

Time Allocation

4

hours (written +practical)

A. Intended Outcome At the end of this course, participants are expected to:      

Describe the foundation of occupational health and safety; Demonstrate the standard of OSH management system; Outline the risk assessment purpose and procedures; Describe the accident incident investigation procedures; Demonstrate the workplace hazards and hazards control procedures; and Outline the importance of environmental awareness.

B. Learning Indicator At the end of this section, the participants are expected to pass written assessment with the minimum of 80% and pass the individual practical skills performance assessment. C. Method of Teaching 

Course assessment

D. Topics Covered 1. Written Exam; 2. Practical Test

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1.3 LESSON PLAN Course Title

Certified Health, Safety & Environment Officer (CSEO)

Lead Instructors

Ronnie Mapanoo & Sk. M Islam

Level

Introduction, Awareness

Training Duration

5-7 days; 6-8 Hours/Training Session

Maximum Participants

15/session

Time

Lesson Title

Time Allocation

Method of Teaching

3-4 hours

Ppt. Presentation & Lecture-Discussion

2-4 hours

Ppt. Presentation & Lecture-Discussion

4-6 hours

Ppt. Presentation & Lecture-Discussion

Day 1 08:00-12:00

Section 1: Foundation of Occupational Health and Safety Topics to be Discussed: A. Scope and nature of occupational safety B. Reason for maintaining health and safety standard; C. Duty, rights and responsibilities

12:00-15:00

Section- 2: Introduction of OSH Management System Topics to be Discussed: A. Policy B. Organization C. Planning D. Measuring, Audit & review

Day 2 08:00-15:00

Section 3: Risk Assessment Topics to be Discussed: A. Procedure of risk assessment B. Hazardous checklist C. Example of risk assessment

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08:00-15:00

Section 4 : Accident investigation & reporting Topic to be Discussed: A. Role and function of investigation B. Benefit of investigation C. Investigation procedure D. Record & reporting

Day 4 08:00-15:00

Ppt. Presentation & Lecture-Discussion

Section-5: Workplace Hazard and Control Topic to be Discussed: A. Classification of hazards B. Transport hazards C. Manual handling D. Work equipment hazard E. Electrical hazard F. Fire safety G. Chemical hazard

Day 5 08:00-15:00

4-6 hours

4-6 hours

Ppt. Presentation & Lecture-Discussion

4-6 hours

Ppt. Presentation & Lecture-Discussion

Section 6: Environmental Awareness Topic to be Discussed: A. Housekeeping B. Hazardous waste management C. Spill Onshore D. Spill Offshore E. Air Emissions F. Soil and ground water G. MSDS for chemical handling H. Dangerous animals I. Noise and vibration

Day 6 08:00-12:00

Section 7: Assessments Topic to be Discussed: A. Written Exam B. Practical Test ----------END OF SESION-------

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4 hours

Written & Practical Assessment.

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