RRC Middle East's expert consultant/trainers have developed a range of short practical courses to help individuals and organisations develop the understanding and skills to enable them to improve the safety performance of their organisation.
These courses are suitable for all types of organisation and if your organisation has a group of people needing training the courses can be delivered in-company and tailored to meet specific organisational circumstances.
RRC can also provide a full range of consultancy services to assist with devloping, maintaining and auditing Safety Management Systems and advising on how such systems can benefit organistaions.
This is a three-stage RRC-designed safety programme, delivered in English or Arabic, that progresses from basic, through intermediate and finally to advanced-level training. It is intended to address the safety needs of global organisations. An important feature of these courses is their foundation on international safety best practice and ILO standards rather than the specific legislation of any one country. This benefits large multi-national organisations by ensuring that standardised safety training, management systems and procedures are implemented across their global operations.
This course introduces basic accident investigation procedures, accidents and incidents, and what causes them. It looks into and analyses the root causes of accidents, incidents and ill-health, providing the knowledge and understanding of theories of loss causation and statistical and epidemiological analysis.
On completion of this course, perticipants will be able to:
The course has been designed for managers, supervisors, worker representatives and others who require a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Accident and Incidents Prevention and Investigation.
A course designed for those seeking a career as a safety practitioner, or those new to the profession. The course explores the common issues facing the profession - safety management engagement, safety legislation and trends, reactive and proactive safety management, etc. - and discusses training and career options for the safety practitioner. It also provides the perfect preparation for progression onto the NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health.
An interactive workshop for those involved in implementing, managing and maintaining OHSAS 18001 safety management systems. It includes the opportunity to exchange ideas and explore alternative approaches. This course is a must for all those seeking the necessary background knowledge for OHSAS 18001 implementation.
The aims of the course are to provide delegates with the knowledge and information they will need to implement an OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series within their organisations.
At the end of the workshop each delegate should be able to:
The workshop is aimed at safety advisers, managers and those who wish to prepare and implement OHSAS 18001 system for their organisations.
A very practical workshop that will provide delegates with the confidence and knowledge to allow them to design and implement effective health and safety policies and procedures. Delegates will practise and be assessed on writing safety procedures.
To provide attendees with the knowledge and information they will need to both write and implement health and safety policies and procedures within small to medium sized organisations.
At the end of the course each delegate should be able to:
The workshop is aimed at safety advisers, managers and those who wish to prepare and implement health and safety policies and procedures for their organisations.
This course provides delegates with an understanding of the factors affecting health and safety culture and, in particular, those factors that promote a positive health and safety culture.
The aims of this course are to provide delegates with the knowledge and skills required to positively change the behaviour of workers to prevent occupational injuries and illness. The workshop is designed to promote interaction between both the presenter and delegates and involves several syndicate exercises.
At the end of this course, delegates will have a good understanding of the term ‘behaviour based safety’, its meaning, be familiar with the different programs which focuses entirely on changing the behaviour of workers in health and safety and:
The workshop is aimed at those with responsibilities for, or duties in relation to, prevention of human errors in the workplace.
This course will look at modern rigging equipment and its use across a range of applications in different industries. It will identify safety best practice in rigging and discuss the range of hazards, associated risks and their control.
A course for those managing construction safety. It focuses on identification of construction hazards, evaluation of risks and identification of appropriate control strategies.
The risks from working in confined spaces are often underestimated - this course will examine the range of confined spaces, the risks they pose and the control measures required to reduce or eliminate them.
This course will provide a comprehensive understanding of the safety issues associated with working at height as well as measures required to identify hazards and minimise the associated risks. The course will include consideration of scaffolding, cranes, lifts, mobile towers and other means of working at height as well as associated safety equipment.
Offers an overview of all typical office safety issues - the hazards and risks associated with office environments, how to design-out hazards, and how to encourage behaviours that contribute to office safety and reduce health and safety risks.
Safety Report Writing course has been designed to meet the general health and safety needs of organisations and the local standards with regards report writing and analysing the data, providing a standard reports that can be applied throughout the organisation.
The aim of the programme is to increase participants’ awareness and knowledge of health and safety report writing issues, ensuring they can play an active role in achieving a standard health and safety reports. The qualification is designed to allow individuals to develop their knowledge to meet the needs of individual organisations and local standards. It is an ideal tool in developing workers’ skills and knowledge and will benefit the organisation by providing competent, in-house safety and health assistance.