Training Course in Preventive Health Systems in Building Works
Construction workers constitute 10% of the work force in several industrial states. Therefore, taking care of them is necessary to avoid their exposure to risks that can harm them and those around them. General speaking, construction workers are exposed to many health risks in the work resulting from the chemical risks of the organic materials or from the physical risks related to the used machines. Therefore, it is the duty of those in charge of business to improve, implement, and adapt the occupational safety and health constantly according to the international standards and systems.
The British Academy for Training and Development provides a training course in preventive health systems in building works for those who are willing to develop their skills in safety and security systems in workplaces within the framework of its training approach.
|Objectives and target group
Target Audience of the Training Course in Preventive Health Systems in Building Works:
The British Academy for Training and Development provides a training course in preventive health systems in building works targeting the following categories:
. The officers of the department of quality and technical management.
. Officers in charge of occupational safety and health.
. The contractors in charge of construction projects management.
. The cadres of field safety and the workers in health departments.
. The staff who have a role in establishing the standards and solving the problems of occupational safety and health.
How will the Participants benefit from attending the Training Course in Preventive Health Systems in Building Works?:. Improving work conditions through recognizing the international legal systems of occupational safety and health.
. Reaching the correct concepts that limit the reduction of workers' absence resulting from the disease or disability resistance.
. Obtaining the great long-term benefit of the projects through focusing on the preventive procedures included in the organization.
. Identifying the problems that make specific works dangerous for some workers.
Scientific Content of the Course:
. Analyzing the work environment for assessing and controlling the risks.
. Developing the quality of preventive systems of health and safety in work.
. Recommendations for occupational safety and health.
. Types of work associated risks.
. Integration of prevention with quality management.