HSE Services

HSE Services & Management

JHM Energy Consulting also provides HSE Training and Management Services as follows;

CONSULTING SERVICES
Our consultants are among the finest safety professionals in the country who can speak your language, understand the local regulations, and bring their years of experience to you. Our goal is to help integrate safety and health into your organisation operating culture. Our service approach utilises the evaluation, analysis and account management skills of our staff along with the focused expertise of our professional consultants. Our approach provides a tailored response to your specific Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental needs. Our exclusive service arrangements enable us to offer assistance in everything from program assessment to implementation.



The Consulting Services includes:

• On / Off -site training
• Safety program surveys
• Safety and health audits
• Industrial hygiene surveys
• Accident/Incident investigation
• Ergonomic surveys and training
• Development of various Youth Programs
• Custom program / materials development
• Environmental management program audits
• Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
• Regulatory compliance audits (DPR, FEDERAL & STATES ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES, etc).


SAFETY MANAGEMENT
JHM Safety Professional Services will provide a comprehensive assessment of your current programs used to comply with applicable federal, state, contractual and international standards for safety and health.
Our professional team of consultants will assess your:
Audit for compliance
The audit process includes documentation review, personal interviews, job observations and physical hazard surveys. The review includes:
Record Keeping
Physical Safety - Hazard Control
Occupational Health - Industrial Hygiene
Safety Orientation/Induction
Safety Management - Organisation

COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL SAFETY
JHM Safety Professional Services experts offer a wide range of services for those special needs integral to the community and educational areas. Safety audits of school environmental, health and safety systems.
• Educational & awareness campaigns/contests i.e. You and Your Health, Home Safety, First Aid at Home, Home Electrical Safety etc.
• Youth safety programs i.e. Youths & Drugs, Road Safety
• Workshops and seminars – Is your child SAFE?
• Safety and Health in the Technology Classroom for Teachers
• Safety and Health in the Science Laboratory for Teachers etc.

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & HYGIENE SERVICES
HazCom, Chemical Hygiene Plans, Confined Spaces, Ergonomics – all related to protecting the health of your employees. No matter the size of your business, government regulations and inspections in these areas may affect you.
Consultants offer a broad spectrum of services to assist you:
Industrial hygiene surveys-physical, chemical, biological, ergonomic hazards.
DPR / State & Federal Min. of Environ. Mock inspections.
Development of control programs – engineering, personal protective equipment.
Design of administrative programs – hazard communication, respiratory protection, hearing conservation, asbestos medical monitoring, and more.

SAFETY POSTERS & SIGNS
Safety posters and Signs are a cheap and effective means of boosting safety efforts. And with SPSL we have the capabilities to produce unrivalled selection of colourful, eye-catching designs posters appropriate to every type of job and organisation.

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH TRAINING
JHM Safety Professional Services is a recognised leader in safety education. All of our established courses are available off and on-site. In addition, we can deliver program to meet your specific needs. (See Our Training Menu on page 7 - 11).

FOOD HYGIENE / ADVISORY SERVICE
• Surveys - Reports - Audits
• Environmental Monitoring
• Temperature Checks
• Microwave Oven Checks
• Electrical /Gas Cooker Checks
• Insect and Pest Control
• Training for Catering Personnel

JHM offers a wide variety safety & health consulting services. Experienced professionals at a high level of customization perform these services. Our team of experts has competencies in the following areas:
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• Business Continuity Management
• Risk Assessments
• Confined Space Evaluations
• Training Assessments & Program Development
• Permit Evaluations
• Injury & Illness Investigations
• Audits/Program Reviews
• Training Program Effectiveness Studies
• Personal Protective Equipment Assessment
• Safety Signs & Notices Survey
• Safety Compliance Evaluations (Workplace Inspection and Record Review)

SPECIALIZED SERVICES
• Provision of Competent Person
• Change Management / Team Building
• Event Management Risk Management
• Multimedia Production
O Corporate Video & OSH
Induction Video
O Interactive CD-ROM
O HSE Newsletter


OTHERS
• Installation/ Maintenance of Safety and Fire Equipment,
• Fire and Safety Equipment Supply and Services,
• Labour Supplies (Skilled and Unskilled)
• Human Relations Management.
• Environment Consultancy
• Industrial Materials Supply,
• Technical Services,


PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION

JHM program needs, creating an implementation plan that will effectively and efficiently incorporate your program into existing operational business systems. Our implementation approach reflects all national OSH legislation and all other program requirements related to occupational safety & health program implementation.
We offer one-time consulting or full-service program implementation (safety program outsource) that includes the management, operation and implementation of all safety and health programs that fall within the program scope for your organization. This also includes identifying any new operational risks, health hazards or liabilities.

SAFETY & HEALTH PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

JHM strives to give you more than just paperwork to solve your problems. We provide programs and training materials that can strengthen your internal capabilities. We accomplish this by:
• Working closely with your company during program development to incorporate the successful aspects of your safety and health programs, rather than always starting from scratch.
• Giving you the option to receive training materials that would be used internally, decreasing your dependence on outside trainers.
• Providing electronic copies of programs and training materials so you can make updates and changes internally.


SAFETY TRAINING

The responsibility for a safe and healthful workplace does not merely lie in the hands of company management. All employees are equally responsible for ensuring the workplace is safe and that any assigned subordinates receive adequate training to safely execute their assigned duties. Each employee must be advised as to the basic lessons of safety and any hazards related to their specific tasks or activities. Depending on the job responsibilities of each employee, this training could range from just a few hours to a few weeks per year.

The primary focus of the training program is to protect employees from hazards associated with their work environment. This can be done by a number of methods:
• Monthly Classroom Training Sessions (as part of an annual training plan)
• Single Event Training (one time need for Workers Induction, for example)
• Supervisory Training (for team leaders)

Regardless of the method, training will potentially lead to a reduction in occupational mishaps and ultimately a reduction in operational costs.


TRAINING SERVICES

JHM can offer your company effective and cost-efficient programs. JHM also conducts employee training in high participation format and consults on delivery modes and effective formats. The following is a list of some topics but not limited to that JHM can develop safety training for:

HSE-MS System Training
HSE Awareness
HSE Management
HSE Legislation
HSE Safe System of Work

• Accident Investigation
• Accident Investigation & Reporting
• Emergency First Aid & CPR
• Basic Fire Prevention & Protection
• Bearing and Lubrication
• Catering safety and hygiene
• Centrifugal Pumps
• Chemical Handling Safety – Hazard Communication
• Chemical Spill Response
• Confine Space Entry
• Construction Safety Management
• Contractor Control Management
• Corporate and Industrial Security
• Cranes: Rigging and Slinging
• Crime Surgery
• Development and Refresher Programme on Safety, Security,
• Defensive Driving, First Aid, And Vehicle Maintenance Management
• Defensive Driving Course
• Emergency Response Management
• Electrical Safety
• Effective Security & Personnel Management
• Essential Security Guarding
• Effective Business / Technical / Report Writing
• Empowering Safety & Health Committee
• Entry into Confined Spaces
• Essential Preventive Maintenance
• Essential preventive Maintenance
• Emergency Management
• Fire Safety & Basic Fire Fighting
• Forklift Operators Safety
• Fork Lift Truck Safety
• Fundamentals of Health and Safety at Work
• First Aid For Emergencies
• First Aid at Work (Certification Level) Nigerian Red Cross& St. John Ambulance
• First Aid & Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) / Blood borne Pathogens
• Fire Marshal And Fire Warden
• Fire Risk Assessment / Fire Safety Management
• Fire Teamwork
• Food Handlers Safety & Hygiene
• Food Hygiene and Safety Awareness
• HIV/AIDS - Awareness and Prevention
• Hazardous Waste Material Management
• Hearing Conservation Program
• Health & Safety in Arc Welding
• Heavy Goods Vehicles - Drivers Education,
• Manual & Mechanical Material Handling
• Machine Guarding
• Management Control of Loss
• Mechanical Seals
• New Employee Safety Training Orientation
• Office and Commercial Premises Safety
• Office/Commercial Premises Safety
• Overhead Gantry Crane
• Permit To Work/Lock Out Tag Out
• Personal Protective Equipment Management
• Portable Fire Extinguisher / Recharging & Maintenance
• Permit to Work
• Planned Inspections
• Risk Assessment/ Job Safety Analysis
• Respiratory Safety
• Road Transport Safety / Journey Management
• Safety Auditing
• Stress Management
• Safe Driving Technique Course
• Security Improvement Course
• Supervisory Safety
• Safety in Maintenance
• Visual Display Screen Equipment
• Safety in Restaurants and Kitchens
• Workplace Violence/Stress management
• Achieving Behavioural Change (ABC) - Communication and Worker Engagement Training




OTHER COURSES DURATION

  • Managing Workplace Violence, Bully and Conflict 5 days
  • Community relation management 4 days
  • Conflict resolution and management in the work place 4 days
  • Conflict Mediation & Alternative Dispute resolution 4 days
  • Facility Audit / Certification OHASA 18001 & 2 5 days
  • Hostage, Kidnapping & Terrorism Prevention 5 days
  • Environmental Quality Assurance Management 5 days
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response management 5 days
  • Managing Safely 5 Days
  • The Community Emergency Response Team Program 5 Days
  • Achieving Behavioural Change’ (ABC) Course 5 Days

(Behavioural safety/Drug Abuse in the Workplace /Bully/ Stress/ & Violence)


Modern Lifestyle Diseases: Awareness and Prevention: - Diabetes, Obesity and Cardiovascular diseases.

Around the world, diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular diseases are affecting the health and well-being of hundreds of millions of people. These diseases are no longer confined to the developed world as millions of people in developing countries are adopting a westernized lifestyle and are being affected by these diseases also. This course introduces factors that affect human health and looks in detail at diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular diseases. This course is ideal for professionals working in a health-related profession, for learners who want to learn more about diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular diseases and how they affect human health, and for individuals who wish to understand how to protect themselves against diseases that may one day threaten their health.

JHM Safety Professional Services can also offer a range of short effective health and safety training. We have been offering our portfolio of health and safety courses to clients for over 17 years as with all of our courses we can offer vastly experienced trainers highly trained in their field. As with all our training, if there is any course you wanted or interested in and it is not listed, please contact us.


SHORT COURSE TITLES AND DURATION
Manual Handling Operations Assessment 1 Day
Good Housekeeping 1 Day
Job Safety / Hazard Analysis 1 Day
Forklift Safety 1 Day
Crane Safety 1 Day
Persona Protective Equipment – PPE 1 Day
Scaffolding 1 Day
Electrical Safety 1 Day
Welding Safety 1 Day
Slips, Trips and Falls 1 Day
Ergonomics – Introduction 1 Day
Lock Out, Tag Out – LOTO 1 Day
Hazard Communication – Hazcom 1 Day
Occupational Ill Health 1 Day
First Aid for Children 1 Day
Safety for Managers and Senior Executives 1 Day
Manual Handling & Lifting Safety 1 Day
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 1 Day
H & S Risk Assessment 1 Day
H & S Management Introduction 1 Day
Display Screen Equipment Assessors 1 Day
Safer Motorcycle Riding 1 Day
Youth and Drugs Awareness, 1 Day
HIV-AIDS Awareness, 1 Day
Home Safety, 1 Day
Kitchen Safety, 1/2 Day
Use of Seat Belts 1/2 Day
Impaired Driving 1/2 Day
Oxygen Handling & Administration 1/2 Day


ALCOHOL AND DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE PROGRAMME

SYNOPSIS
Like the dry rot that eats away the wooden beams of a house, drugs can corrode the whole structure of society. For human society to function properly, it must have stable families, healthy workers, trustworthy governments, honest law enforcement agents, and law-abiding citizens. Drugs not only corrupt every one of the fundamental elements but can also destroy them.

Until recently substance abuse has been viewed as either a health problem or a law enforcement problem. It has not been seen as issue that needed to be addressed in the workplace. However, substance abuse is a serious workplace problem because it affects employee health, safety, productivity, and health care costs. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that approximately 68 percent of all illegal drug users are employed either full - or part time. Indicators show that one in every 10 people in this country has an alcoholism problem.
People don’t check their substance abuse problems at the entrance when they enter the workplace. Workers who use alcohol and other drugs affect everyone. In fact, studies show that compared to alcohol and drug free workers, substance abusers

• Are far less productive
• Miss more workdays
• More problematic
• Are more likely to injure themselves or someone else

It is even more difficult to put a price on low morale and impaired judgment in decision making at work caused by substance abuse. Nor it is easy for an organisation to figure the costs of pilfering, high turnover, recruitment, and training.

No one knows exactly how much being lost in this way because of undetected or untreated substance abuse. The measurable financial cost workplace substance abuse from absenteeism, overtime pay, tardiness, sick leave, insurance claims, and workers compensation can be substantial. However, the hidden costs resulting from diverted supervisory and managerial time, friction among workers, damage to equipment, and damage to the company’s public image mean that workplace substance abuse can further cut profits and competitiveness.

Nobody wants to believe that a friend or an employee has a substance abuse problem. Subtle changes in behaviour may be written off or not recorded because no one knows how or wants to confront the problem. But when behaviours or attitudes that diminish work performance are ignored or excused, workers who are harmfully involved with alcohol or other drugs are allowed to continue to be a risk to themselves and fellow co-workers.

To dismiss all of these as “the cost of doing business” is to accept a norm that does not have to be accepted. Refusal to admit the possibility that alcohol or other drug use might exist in a workplace could also be a missed opportunity to help an employee. If there is a problem, ignoring it will not make it go away.
Drug and alcohol problems do not usually get better if left alone: They get worse.
Given the importance of the workplace in the fight against substance abuse, we believe that the work place should assume a leadership role. Every workplace in the Nation should be encouraged to voluntarily establish a comprehensive substance abuse programme. Furthermore the workplace has tremendous potentials to educate employees and to assist substance abuser in seeking help.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Managing Its Effects on Job Performance.

INTRODUCTION
Substance abuse is a problem of epidemic proportion in our society (alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, monkey-tail, prescription drugs etc.), a problem that has invaded the workplace. Indicators show that drug-and alcohol related on-the-job accidents are increasing steadily.

Drug and alcohol abuse costs the average employer an estimated 25 percent of its workers salaries-in loss productivity, poor attendance, and increase use of medical benefits. When substance abuse by employees affects work performance, supervisors and employees must become involved.

This programme was developed to teach supervisors and employees how to deal with this problem. It is designed to teach supervisors how to identify the signs of substance abuse and to intervene appropriately. Employees will learn how to recognise the problem, seek help, and encourage co-workers to seek help.

OBJECTIVE:
What will they learn?
At the end of the programme, participants will be able to know:
• How prevalent substance abuse is in the workplace,
• How to identify the effect of substances most frequently abused,
• How supervision can confront substance abusers, and how important rehabilitation and reintegration are to the former abuser.





HSSEQ Course Content:


FIRST AID FOR EMERGENCIES

DURATION: - 1 DAY

INTRODUCTION

Imagine you are at the scene of a serious on-the-job accident. Would you know how to help a co-worker who needed immediate medical attention?

Running for your supervisor will only waste precious moments. You need to stay with the victim and give basic first aid before emergency medical services arrive. What is done in the first few minutes after an accident can make a big difference in the outcome of the victim’s injury. Whether or not you know first aid can mean the difference between a temporary and permanent disability, or even the difference between life and death.

Emergency First Aid is a step-by-step guide on immediate care you should give and on what to do until an ambulance arrives or until the person is taken to hospital. Note that it is not a first aid course and training in first aid is recommended for all employees.

DURATION: - 1 Day

FOR WHOM:-
Designed for all staff, Contractor and Contract staff.

OBJECTIVE:-
To enable employee know how to help a co-worker who may need immediate medical attention in case of an accident/ emergency.

SCOPE:-
Emergency Action Principles
Scene Survey
Victim Assessment
Bleeding, Shock
Bone Injuries
Electrical Shock
Burns,
Summary

STRESS MANAGEMENT / FIRST AID AT WORK

DURATION: 5 Days

FOR WHOM:

Medical personnel, care givers and those who experience stress and for those who need to know about the impact of stress on others.

OBJECTIVE

At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
Understand the meaning of stress
Understand what stress does to us and our performance.
Establish which people are most prone to stress
Relate stress to our motivational profile
Establish which events most provoke stress
Establish strategies for the management of stress
Participants will also acquire First aid skill to certification level.




FIRST AID AT WORK

DURATION: - 3 DAYS

INTRODUCTION

A minor accident can turn into a major crisis if it is not dealt with quickly and effectively. Significant numbers of work days are lost each year through injuries and illnesses at work. Very important responsibility an organisation owes its employees is to ensure that there is sufficient First Aid cover at the workplace. Adequate First Aid cover means keeping a range of First Aid Equipment accessible and in good condition. A sufficient number of employees should also be fully trained in essential Life Saving Skills and be able to use them.

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
Treat injured persons or accident victims to save life, protect them from further injury and stabilise them for safe-transport to hospital:
Give comfort and emotional support to an injured person:
Be confident to know what to do in health emergency without risk to others and oneself:
Learn how to work with other emergency services, and contribute to improving health and safety in one’s workplace

FOR WHOM

All categories of workers including casual and temporary workers irrespective of class or position.

SCOPE
Priorities of First Aid
Treatment of unconsciousness
Resuscitation (CPR)
Control of bleeding
Treatment of shock
Treatment of burns and scalds
Injuries of bones, joints and ligament
Miscellaneous conditions
Head injuries
Poisons
Transportation of sick and injured patients
First Aid Box contents and use

METODOLOGY

Lecture, group work, role plays, casualty simulations, incident management and audio-visual aids will be used to reinforce teaching/learning methods

FIRST AID AT WORK H. S.E. COURSE
(Certification Level)


DURATION: - 5 Days

FOR WHOM:
All employees’ inexperience in first aid irrespective of position, sex, or class.

SCOPE
Introduction. “Accident Drill”
Assessment of the situation.
Is resuscitation required? Is the patient bleeding?
Comforting the patient
Diagnosis of the injuries or illness and treatment.
Evacuation of the patient to hospital
Priorities, methods and communications.

Explanation of the basic anatomy and physiology necessary for an understanding of First Aid given during these sessions.

The causes and treatment of Asphyxia, including poisoning and gassing accidents.

Resuscitation: Mouth to mouth, mouth to nose and an alternative method. Recovery Position for the unconscious patient. Practical exercises on recovery Position. Practical exercise in resuscitation on manikin

Wounds and haemorrhage: how to treat them.
Illustrated with coloured transparencies
Demonstration of the dressing of wounds and the use of sterile dressings and bandages.

Practical exercise on the control of bleeding and the use of dressing and the use of dressings and bandages.

Shock: its causes, prevention, recognition and treatment. Illustrated with coloured transparencies.
Burns (thermal, electrical, friction and chemical). Treatment including a demonstration of specialized dressing material.

Injuries to muscles, joints and bones and their treatment. Bruising, crushing, to muscles, sprains, cartilage injuries, “slipped discs,” dislocations and fractures. Illustrated with coloured transparencies.
Demonstration of splinting materials and techniques of immobilization. Practical work with splints, bandages and slings. Demonstration of the care of the patient with a spinal injury.

Medical emergencies and their treatment.
Heart attack, Strokes, Diabetes, epilepsy, Asthma, acute infections and perforation of intestinal ulcers.

Responsibility for First Aid: - the box and its contents, the room, its equipment and maintenance. Keeping records and transmitting information to the hospital or family doctor.

Revision on life saving procedures and practical techniques. General Revision, Questions and Answers.

End of Course / Assessment
There are two kinds of tests in first aid certification course: skill tests and written test. Participants will take a skill test after they have practiced each skill and ready to be tested. A final written test will be taken at the end of course for certification programme. Successful participants will be presented with a recognised Certificate by the Nigerian Red Cross Society or Saint John Ambulance






BLOODBORNE PATHODENS/FIRST AID & CARDIO-PULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR)


DURATION:
- 5 Days

FOR WHOM: All Employees, Contractors, and others nominated by client.

INTRODUCTION
Specifically designed for industrial companies and similar organisations to teach the methods and tools to enable participant protect himself and effectively rescue a co-worker with much though to self-safety

OBJECTIVE
At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
Appreciate the threats that Blood borne pathogen i.e. AIDS and Hepatitis B can pose to them in the workplace
Identify measures by which the threats can be prevented.

SCOPE
Introduction to Blood borne
Blood borne diseases
Transmission
Exposure control plan
Standard precautions
Engineering and work practice controls
Personal protective equipment
First aid at Work and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Housekeeping


BASIC FIRE PREVENTION & PROTECTION


FOR WHOM: Designed for all staff, Contractor and Contract staff.

DURATION: 1 DAY


THE AIM
To provide participants with a greater awareness and understanding of the threat posed by fire, their personal responsibility in preventing an outbreak and the action to be taken should a fire occur. Those attending the course will be able to implement the requirements of current legislation, which mandates specific levels of fire safety training. This course will be of particular benefit for all staff, particularly those with a designated fire responsibility – fire warden/marshal – working in industry, commerce or the public sector.

OBJECTIVES
Participants will:
• be equipped to perform their fire safety responsibilities;
• have developed a greater awareness of the hazards of fire;
• understand the nature of fire and how it spreads;
• recognise the threat fire poses to people and property;
• understand why fire emergency procedures are implemented;
• distinguish between the different types of extinguishers and the fires for which they are suited;
• tackle small fires with confidence.

CONTENTS
This one-day course comprises a series of training modules presented on a progressive basis. Sessions include:
• Fire facts and figures;
• Combustion principles;
• Hazard spotting;
• Fire and the law;
• Evacuation principles;
• Fire officers’ and fire wardens’ responsibilities;
• Fire extinguishment - theory;
• The selection, operation and actuation of first-aid, portable fire extinguishers;
• Fire extinguishment - practical.




THE FIRE MARSHAL AND FIRE WARDEN COURSE


Fire Marshal and Fire Warden training Course
Option 1: - with practical use of fire extinguishers
Option 2: - with interactive video involvement
Option 3: - we train your in-house trainers

DURATION: - 5 Days

FOR WHOM:
Fire Marshals, Fire Wardens, Team leaders, Potential fire team leaders and Members of Company’s Fire Team.

OBJECTIVE:

At the end of the Fire Warden course, participants will:
Have a greater understanding of the fire precautions that are built into their workplace.

Recognise the hazards and the threat posed by fire to people, property and jobs

Be equipped to carry out fire safety management responsibilities effectively

Understand why it is essential that fire emergency procedures are implemented and monitored on a daily basis.

Distinguish between the different types of extinguishers and their limitations and the fires for which they are suited

Demonstrate an understanding of the nature and behaviour of fire.

Be aware of the measures that can be taken to minimise the chances and effect of an arson attack.

SCOPE

Teamwork: - “What makes a good team?
The Team: - Team Structure
The nature and behaviour of fire
Human behaviour in fire
The principles of design and management of the fire safety solution for the workplace
Your responsibilities within the Company Fire Plan: Before, During and After the Event
Methods of extinction and the application of fire fighting equipment
Post fire Security.
Rescue, Communication
Controlled real fire extinguisher training
Fire Safety Advice in the Home
First Aid for Emergencies
Substance Abuse in the Workplace

METHODOLOGY:

The training techniques will take several forms, including lectures, practical use of fire extinguishers, interactive videotapes, and printed materials.

OUR TRAINING WILL ALWAYS BE "SITE SPECIFIC"
It will enable you to carry out the duties of a Fire Warden / Marshal as laid down in your Company Fire Plan and to play an effective role in managing the fire safety requirements including the prevention of arson. It will also highlight the threat posed by fire to people and the continuity of your business.





DURATION: 1 DAY


FOR WHOM:
Designed for all staff, Contractor and Contract staff. This course is aimed at those who have little or no experience in the field of risk assessment. This course introduces the concept of risk assessment.

BACKGROUND
The Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations places certain fire precaution responsibilities on employers. This theme is continued in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. One of the essential requirements of these regulations is that employers make an assessment of the fire risks that exist in their premises and plan to manage the risk. This process is widely known as the fire risk assessment and this course provides excellent guidance on correct methods and the processes of conducting a fire risk assessment. Furthermore, participants are offered guidance on how to analyse and record such an assessment and to act upon the findings to reduce the risks and ultimately improve fire safety in their workplace.


AIM
• To introduce the theory and practical application of the principles of fire risk assessment
• To identify principal workplace hazards
• To assist participants in the appraisal of the adequacy of workplace fire precautions.

CONTENTS
• Principles of risk assessment
• What it is, why it is needed and what it involves
• The risk assessment process
• Planning the assessment
• Hazard identification
• Evaluation
• Risk controls
• Monitoring and revision
• Practical workshop








This 5 days residential course is continually being updated and amended to include topic areas that are pertinent to the ever evolving scope of fire safety management.

DURATION: 5 DAYS

BACKGROUND
In the course of a concentrated and focused week of training, the participants will be taught by SPSL staff, senior fire brigade officers, insurance surveyors and consultants, who are all experts in their fields.


THE AIM
This course will introduce the key principles of fire prevention and control at a primary management level and make participants aware of and understand the vast range of topics involved in fire safety. Although this course covers fire risk
assessment it is not designed to teach participants the process of carrying one out. It will give participants the required underlying knowledge.

CONTENTS
• Nature and causes of fire
• Fire safety engineering
• Current and proposed fire safety legislation
• Arson and terrorism
• Passive fire safety principles and practice
• Fire insurance and security
• Fire spread and its control
• Detection and alarm systems
• Fire risk management and control
• The fire hazards and safe handling of LPG
• The role of the fire authority
• Design exercise
• Emergency lighting systems
• Smoke movement and control
• Sprinklers
• Means of escape
• Portable fire fighting equipment
• Fire risk assessment









DURATION: 5 days including assessment test

FOR WHOM
• Occupational fire brigade members
• Maintenance staff
• Those wishing to update knowledge on recharging and maintenance.

BACKGROUND
It is estimated that throughout the commerce, industry, public and private sectors, there are several million portable fire extinguishers; each needs to be serviced regularly if it is to remain effective in case of a fire. It is often a fire extinguisher which is blamed for failing to control a fire whereas the blame lies with an incorrect maintenance regime.
This course, conducted by SPSL instructors and consultants offers a cost-effective solution to this problem.

THE AIM
• To train personnel in the correct portable fire extinguisher servicing procedure as defined within BS 5306: Part 3

OBJECTIVES
• To ensure that participants are able to identify the correct servicing regime to be adopted for specific types of portable fire extinguisher
• To provide an efficient and cost-effective solution for organisations which operate on one or more sites to undertake their own servicing and maintenance.




Practical Fire Extinguisher Training Course
The course is designed to raise awareness concerning the behaviour of people in a fire and the threat posed by fire to people and the continuity of your business. It will help support an essential part of your legal responsibilities and provide specific members of your staff with the practical skills concerning the selection and safe use of the fire extinguishers appropriate to your risk. Included in the session and of equal importance is advice on when not to use extinguishers.
The business focus will be tailored to suit your specific requirements and circumstances; i.e. residential care, hotel, office, industrial, nuclear power station, etc.


OBJECTIVE: Participants will
• Have a greater understanding of the fire precautions that are built into your workplace
• Recognise the threat posed by fire to people, property and jobs
• Understand the hazards of fire and fire fighting
• Understand the limitations of 1st Aid fire fighting equipment and recognise when it is necessary to abandon such activities
• Distinguish between the different types of extinguishers and the fires for which they are suited.
• Demonstrate an understanding of the nature and behaviour of fire
• Have the confidence to tackle a fire safely
The Structure will include:
• The nature and behaviour of fire
• Human behaviour in fire
• The principles of fire safety design
• What to do in the event of fire
• Methods of extinction and the application of fire fighting equipment
• Controlled real fire extinguisher training





Fire Safety Awareness

AIM:
The course will raise awareness concerning the threat posed by fire to the continuity of your business. It will support an essential part of your legal responsibilities by providing specific levels of fire safety training.
We can also train your in-house trainers to carry out this requirement.


EXPERIENCE COUNTS - FIRE COSTS
It will also raise awareness concerning the behaviour of people in a fire, emergency fire evacuation procedures, the prevention of arson or an outbreak of fire and the appropriate action to take in the event of a fire.
OBJECTIVE is that at the end of the course you will:
• Have a greater understanding of the fire precautions that are built into your workplace
• Recognise the hazards and the threat posed by fire to people, property and jobs
• Demonstrate an understanding of the nature and behaviour of fire
• Understand their role and action to be taken in respect of:
- Discovering a fire
- Raising the alarm and action upon hearing the alarm
- Correct method of calling the brigade
- Evacuation of the building
• Distinguish between the different types of extinguishers and the fires for which they are suited.


SCOPE:
• The nature and behaviour of fire
• Human behaviour in fire
• The principles of design and management of the fire safety solution for your workplace
• Your legal responsibilities within the Company Fire Plan: Before, During and After the Event.
• Methods of extinction and the practical use of fire fighting equipment.
• Emergency fire evacuation drills.
• Fire Safety Advice in the Home


FIRE TEAMWORK



DURATION: - 5 Days

OBJECTIVES:
To train fire fighting team leaders and potential fire team leaders to take charge of a fire team when handling fire and rescue emergency situations.
To train fire team/leaders to organize and conduct fire and emergency drills.

SCOPE
Teamwork – “What makes a good team?”
The Team, - Team structure.
Fire-fighting
Major fires,
Use of water in fire fighting using the following equipment:-
Deluge systems, Fixed monitors, Portable monitors and Hand held branches
Internal fire-fighting, Post fire security
Fire-fighting in general,
Fire in Operational/office areas
Fire detection and alarm system,
Sprinkler system, self closing doors & ventilation
Dampers
First Aid for Emergencies
Substance Abuse in the workplace

FOR WHOM:
Team leaders, Fire Wardens, potential fire team leaders and team members



UNSAFE ACT / UNSAFE CONDITION AUDIT


DURATION: - 3 Days

FOR WHOM:
Designed for all staff, Contractor & Contract staff.

OBJECTIVE:
At the end of the programme, participants will learn and be able to carry out unsafe act audits unsupervised and assess the competence of subordinate’s audits

SCOPE
Management Commitment
Safety Iceberg, Iceberg Concept, Application
Hazard Pyramid
Definition – Unsafe Act & Unsafe Conditions
Bridging the Gap, Auditing
Appreciation of Risk
Supervisor and Safety
Observation, Observation Cycle
Observation Techniques, Discussion
Positions/Reaction of People
Evaporative Acts, Injury Causes
Questioning Attitude
Procedures (Standards) Equipment, Tools, Orderliness, (PPE)
Application

FOOD HANDLERS SAFETY & HYGIENE


DURATION: - 5 Days

INTRODUCTION/OBJECTIVE:

Food poisoning is an illness caused by eating contaminated food. Hence, good knowledge of Catering Safety/Hygiene is very important to all people who are exposed to food.
This programme is specifically designed to help and remind staff of their responsibilities when handling food and the need to be ever vigilant in their personal hygiene.

SCOPE
Introduction,
Food poisoning germs,
Rules of prevent poisoning.
Germs multiplying on food,
Personal Hygiene,
Delivery and Storage,
Food Preparation
Food preservation,
Advice for using refrigerator.
Cooking, Service,
Washing-up.
Catering Ten Point Code
Manual handling,
Slips, Trips and fall,
Pest Control,
Good House Keeping
Substance Abuse in the workplace
First Aid for Emergencies and CPR
Fire Prevention and Control,

FOR WHOM:
Catering employees, contractors and others with food handling responsibilities. Camp bosses, Cooks, Food Handlers, Stewards, Supervisors and related personnel.




FOOD HYGIENE AND SAFETY AWARENESS



DURATION: - 5 Days

AIM
To impart knowledge and skill of effective food sanitation.

OBJECTIVES
On completion of the training, participants will be able to:
Appreciate the basic principles of food hygiene and good practice for food preparation and handling.
Recognize common causes and sources of food contamination
Prevent spoilage of food and promote hygienic, safe and affordable methods of food preservation.
Improve on current practices and capability in food hygiene and safety control programmes and practices in food preparation, handling and serving.
Contribute to Customer’s drive towards food safety and by extension sustainable development.

SCOPE
Introduction
Kitchen structure/Sanitation
Food Handling/Preparation
Catering Safety
Food Storage
Catering Inspection
Disease Associated with Food Handling
Simple Rules of Personal Hygiene
Aspects of kitchen Hygiene
Basic Fire Safety
Industrial First Aid
Substance Abuse in the Workplace

FOR WHOM: - All Catering & Food Handling Staff and Contractors





CATERING SAFETY AND HYGIENE



DURATION: - 5 Days

OBJECTIVE:

By the end of this course, participants should be aware of their own and their company’s legal responsibilities for health, safety and hygiene.
They will have received practical guidance on how to achieve these duties.

SCOPE

Principle of Accident Prevention
Principle of Hygiene
Legal Requirements
Food Machinery “Edged Tools’’
Food Poisoning
Hazard Identification
Role of Catering Officer
Kitchen and Personal Hygiene
Substance Abuse in the workplace
First Aid for Emergencies and CPR
Fire Prevention and Control

FOR WHOM

Catering Managers/Supervisors, Chef, Kitchen supervisors, Camp boss and anyone with responsibility for overall catering and kitchen area.


NEW EMPLOYEE SAFETY TRAINING ORIENTATION


DURATION: - 3 Days

OBJECTIVE:
To get all new employees familiar with their duty and responsibility regarding Occupational Health, Safety, Security, Environmental and Community Affairs.

SCOPE

Health and Safety Laws,
The Company Policy
Individual responsibility, authority and accountability
Emergency Procedures
Reporting Systems, Procedures,
Safety signs
Fire Prevention & Control
First Aid for Emergencies
Substance Abuse in the workplace
Introduction/Tour.

FOR WHOM: New Employees.



OFFICE AND COMMERICAL PREMISES SAFETY

DURATION: -
5 Days

OBJECTIVE:
By the end of this course, participants should understand their responsibilities for health and safety within an office/commercial environment. They should be able to provide practical guidance on the formulation and implementation of appropriate safety procedures.

SCOPE
Introduction,
Typical Office Hazards,
Direct connection office/home hazards,
Commitment and Housekeeping,
Slips, Trips and falls,
Electrical – hazards and fire,
Principle of accident prevention,
Techniques of safety,
Safety audit,
Accident Investigation,
Hazards and Identification.
Dangerous Attitude and behaviour,
Display Screen Equipment (DSE),
Manual Handling,
Stress Management,
Employee Responsibilities
First Aid for Emergencies,
Fire Prevention and Control,
Substance Abuse in the Workplace. (Alcohol & Drugs)

FOR WHOM:
Office Staffs, Administrative Staff, Material Management staff, Office management, Supervisors and related personnel.

ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION


DURATION:
- 2 DAYS

FOR WHOM
All staff and contractors who are likely to be involved in accident investigation and reporting in their workplace.

OBJECTIVE
By the end of this course delegates should be able to:
Recognise the underlying causes of accidents as well as the direct causes
Carry out immediate on the sport accident investigation and write a first accident investigation report.

SCOPE
Role of accident investigation in occupational safety,
Principles of accident investigation. Supervisory accident investigation.
Board of enquiry/formal accident investigation.
Case studies.
Accident analysis.
Programme monitoring.




VISUAL DISPLAY SCREEN EQUIPMENT


DURATION – 1 Day

OBJECTIVE:

To provide participants with practical guidance on workplace layout, equipment selection and integration of simple ergonomic principles into the practical design of the work area.

SCOPE:

The course covers three main areas – Office environment, workstations and the operator.

FOR WHOM:

Anyone who uses a personal computer of mainframe terminal at work. Managers, Supervisors & Head of Dept. who have influence over office layout and equipment.



ELECTRICAL SAFETY



DURATION
: - 3 Days

FOR WHOM

Non-electrically trained maintenance engineers. This course will also provide valuable guidance to safety officers and management staff with little or no previous electrical training.

OBJECTIVE

By the end of this course delegates should be aware of the hazards associated with the use and misuse of electricity, the need to provide and maintain safe systems of work

SCOPE
A Safe Workplace
A safe environment
Clothing and PPE
Safe Equipment Operation
Safe Work Practices
Working on Live Circuits
Typical accidents.
Portable tools.
Basic Fire Safety
First Aid for Emergencies




HEALTH & SAFETY IN ARC WELDING


DURATION – 3 Days

OBJECTIVE:
On completion, participants will be able to carry out risk assessment, with respect to arc welding; devise and operate safety procedures and advise the employer where specialist assistance is required.

SCOPE
Regulations in the workplace,
Risk Assessment,
Electrical Hazards
Fumes: Effect and Control.
Ozone formed in arc welding: when it is a problem and how it can be controlled
Basic Fire Safety
First Aid for Emergencies
Good Housekeeping


FOR WHOM
:
Anyone who uses a personal computer of mainframe terminal at work. Managers, Supervisors & Head of Dept. who have influence over office layout and equipment.



PLANNED INSPECTIONS
(In-Company Only)


DURATION 1 day

FOR WHOM
Staff responsible for conducting in-house safety audits.

OBJECTIVE
By the end of this course, delegates should be able to design and conduct in-house planned safety inspections.
SCOPE
The role of inspections in accident prevention. Inspection (audit) types.
Designing an inspection checklist.
Inspection exercise.
Performance quantification.

VENUE
Can be held on an in-company basis.


DEFENSIVE DRIVING PACKAGE



DURATION – 3 Days

FOR WHOM: Driver, Senior Drivers, Foremen, Transport Supervisors and all employees driving company vehicle.

OBJECTIVES/BENEFITS
To sharpen participants driving skills so they can prevent collisions and lessen the severity of collisions, avoiding the tragic costs inhuman life, misery, and financial expenses to drivers and company that motor vehicle crashes incur.

SCOPE
Drive to stay alive
The practice of defensive driving
How to avoid a collision with the vehicle ahead and behind
How to avoid a collision with an oncoming vehicle
How to avoid an intersection collision
The art of passing and being passed
The “mystery” crash
The defensive driving attitude
Reaction time test
Defensive driving league
National high way codes/safety regulations.
Adverse effects of drugs and alcohol-drugs,
Drinking and driving
Basic fire safety,
First aid for Emergencies.


ROAD TRANSPORT SAFETY
Heavy Goods Vehicles
DURATION: - 5 Days

INTRODUCTION

A high percentage of accidents on the national highways involved heavy-duty vehicles. It is a fact of life that driving is probably one of the most dangerous activities many of us do each day in the course of performing our duty; unfortunately, it is something that we all seem to take for granted. Whilst we are happy to accept that training of some sort is needed for our hobby that we are engaged in, very few of us ever consider that some help may be needed with our driving.

FOR WHOM:

New employees, Truck Drivers, Foremen and Transport Supervisors and all employees with responsibilities in driving heavy goods/duties vehicles.

OBJECTIVE

To educate participants on the need to prevent accident on our motorway, how to maintain their vehicles efficiently and economically and be responsible driver always.

To sharpen participants driving skills so they can prevent collisions and lessen the severity of collisions, avoiding the tragic costs in human life, misery and financial cost to driver and the company that motor vehicle crashes incur.
To add professionalism and competence to participants driving skill.

To make participants enjoy driving as a profession.


SCOPE

INTRODUCTION
:
Company HSE Policy, Road transport system, /Management system overview,

LEGAL: Legislation, Highway Code

RISK AWARENESS:
Accident statistics (Company/National). Local culture and attitude to driving. Accidents and fatalities. Accident Black sports. Main causes of accidents. Use of seat belts. Sleep related accidents/shift management issues. Alcohol/Drugs & Driving. Drowsiness and Self-medication. Action in case of breakdown (Dangers of staying next to/working on a vehicle next to a busy highway; Use of warning signs.

DRIVING SKILLS:
Technical driving, Defensive Driving
AIR BRAKE:
Braking principles, Effect of weight and speed, Stopping distance, Basic components, Tractor protection, Tractor and trailer unit coupled, Emergency applications, Other components of the air brake system. Complete Pre- trip and post - trip Air brake inspection.

TECHNICAL:
Product or Cargo knowledge, Basic Fire Safety, Emergency Response Procedures, First aid for Emergencies, Technical aspects of vehicle inspection programmes.


REPORTING PROCEDURES:
Vehicle fault reporting and repair procedures, Incident reporting,



DRIVERS EDUCATION, DEVELOPMENT AND REFRESHER PROGRAMME ON SAFETY, SECURITY,
DEFENSIVE DRIVING, FIRST AID, AND VEHICLE MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT


DURATION – 5 Days

OBJECTIVES
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Apply knowledge of the revised Federal High Way Code:
- Identify trouble shooting and easy maintenance procedures:
-Diagnose some minor problems: and Effect repairs accordingly.

BENEFITS DERIVABLE FROM THE PROGRAMMES
-Adequate returns on investment
-Optimal utilization of vehicle
-Drastic reduction/total avoidance of accidents
-Improved driving skills of personnel
-Reduced maintenance cost.
-Reduced down time on vehicle
-Reliable transport unit

SCOPE
-Drivers education in Nigeria–
-Defensive driving - high way code
-Basic car maintenance (theory)
-Driver’s problem and prospects on road safety
-Driver’s education on the practice of defensive driving
- Vehicle Preventive Maintenance (theory, practice & video show)
- Fire Prevention & Control
- First Aid for Emergencies
-Substance Abuse in the workplace



METHODOLOGY:
Hands-on practical approach will be used. There will be a field trip to well organised maintenance workshop.

The SPSL Drivers education is a carefully planned programme of theoretical tuition and on the road in-vehicle training tailored to meet your specific requirements.
The course should lead to:
- Improved understanding of the vehicle
 -Improved level of concentration
-Use of all round observation
-Improved anticipation
- An ability to systematically deal with hazards
-Improved mental attitude

The benefits of the course are

  • Cheaper insurance – from better claims experience
  • Lower costs – from fewer accident repairs
  •  Less down time – for maintenance and repairs
  • A more efficient fleet – from more reliable scheduling
  •  Better Corporate Image – from your driver’ greater care and courtesy.
  • Savings – on fuel, tyres and spares


Courses can be arranged for any number of candidates and can be held at any location.



SAFE DRIVING TRAINING


FOR WHOM:

Drivers, Foremen, Transport Supervisors and all employees with responsibilities in driving company’s vehicles.

INTRODUCTION

It is a fact of life that driving is probably one of the most dangerous activities any of us do each day but it is something that are all seem to take for granted. Whilst we are happy to accept that training of some sort is needed for our job or even hobby, we do not think that some sort of training may be needed with our driving.

OBJECTIVE:

At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:-
Understand the need to prevent accident on our motorway.
Maintain their vehicles efficiently and economically and be a responsible driver always.

SCOPE

Traffic regulations and law
Cause of Accident on our Motorways
Accident prevention’s
Basic engine faults, Defensive driving
Laws of nature: Highway and freeway driving
How to share the road with others and driving under adverse conditions
At the scene of a collision. Handling emergency. Advanced collision avoidance techniques
Collisions: Antidotes and coun

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