NOSA Safety Industrial


SAFETY OFFICER – Industrial, Mining or Fishing

All industrial operations are exposed to one or other risk be it in mining, fishing or any other less hazardous operation. Each industrial or mining operation will accept greater or lesser risks depending on their respective economic situations and other related factors.

However, the management of safety/loss control will remain the same no matter what the operation or industry is.

While tasks may differ, the need for task procedures, task observations, incident investigations, planned inspections, proper task instruction, rules, incident analysis and promotion are all essential to the effective and efficient running of the business.

Module Content:

  • History and Philosophy
  • Causes and effects of downgrading incidents
  • Measurement tools
  • Planned Inspections
  • Incident investigations
  • Task analysis and procedures
  • Positive behavior reinforcement
  • Personal communications — Group Communications
  • Property damage and waste control
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Safety promotion
  • Management control

NOSA Prospectus


NOSA Course Dates:

Course Date Course Name
08 – 09 September 2014 ASHEPP: Applying SHE Principles and Procedures
10 – 11 September 2014 Preliminary Incident Investigation
12 September 2014 SHE Representative

These course are also pre-requisites for the NEW SAMTRAC course to be hosted towards the end of November 2014

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