This course provides codified techniques to benefit from them, as they focus on the safety principles within the vital installations.
It also provides techniques for how to proceed in the emergencies and ways of escaping or rescuing for the installation workers. In addition, it provides the damages inside the installation that caused by the electricity, physics or machines, and how to prevent them.
Security supervision is a term that concerns with the problems and damages faced by the workers within the working environment and knowing proper solutions for them. That's because this course deals with the accidents that may happen to the workers and the ways to be prevented and addressed in the case of occurrence.
Objectives and target group
The British Academy for Training and Development presents this course for the following audience:
This course provides a significant benefit for every worker in one of these fields "safety engineers inside the factories and facilities that are dealing with hazardous substances, the owners of enterprises and factories and their managers and security officers, the workshop owners and facilities employees, and every person willing to protect himself from the risks of the industrial facilities".
How will participants benefit from the course?
After completing the program, participants will be able to learn:
. American Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA. . Recognizing the modern standards of the occupational safety and health as per OSHA standards.
Basic Contents of the Training Course:
. Defining, purposes, and the roles of safety inside facilities. . Techniques of industrial health. . Industrial damages. . Concept of damages. . Damages divisions. . Ways of controlling the damages. . Damage causes. . Security principles inside facilities.
. Damages that affect the working environment. . Damages that affect the facility worker. . Engineering damages inside the facility. . Mechanical damages. . Damages caused by the usage of the primitive mechanisms.
. Safety principles as per OSHA standards (American Occupational Safety and Health Administration). . Addressing the mechanical damages. . Safety principles inside the workshops. . The principle of safety from the electricity damages. . Physical damages. . Damages that are caused by vibration, radiation, chemistry and temperature.
. OSHA standards (American Occupational Safety and Health Administration) for fire prevention in the facility. . Primary data about the fires. . Means of rescuing from the fire. . Using the necessary materials for fire. . Ways of escaping and surviving. . Emergency plans. . Practical implementation of the workshops.
. Modern and old meaning of security and safety and its impact on the work. . Inspection skills and security control. . Reaching acceptable loss in the security supervision. . Ways of command and control. . Defining the accidents. . Accidents causes. . Necessary technological means for security and safety before and during the accidents. . Mission classifications for security and safety. . Artworks- administrative works- engineering works. . Selecting proper security systems. . Foundations of security and safety. . Characteristics required for the security supervisor. . The role performed by the security chief. . Means of managing the security operations. . Individuals' behaviors and their relation with psychology. . Means of security command and control. . How to evaluate the security performance, control roles, and disciplinary means. . Organizing clear plans for emergency. . Required insurance within and outside the facility. . Allocating the security work according to the qualities and characteristics of every individual. . Preparing schedules to distribute periodicals and organize various works. . Protecting the places surrounding the facility. . Process of setting up emergency plan in the facility. . Actual implementation of the security plans and the existence of warning systems and continuous surveillance.
Note / Price varies according to the selected city
Members NO. : 1
Members NO. : 2 - 3
Members NO. : + 3
Volunteer management and community work in the health institutions