OSHA | Wims


Workplace Information Management System


National Occupational Safety and Health Course ( NOSHC MODULE II)

Hazina Ndogo-Arusha - July 22, 2024 to August 03, 2024

The objective of this course is to enable the participant to acquire the knowledge, skills, and judgment to function as practitioner in occupational health and safety. The participant will be able to contribute to the development and maintenance of a healthy and safe work environment. Upon completion of the course participants should be able to: 1. interpret and advise on legal requirements 2. identify and control the health and safety hazards faced by workers at the workplaces; 3. be able to develop appropriate and cost-effective interventions measures to reduce or eliminate hazards at workplaces. 4. apply risk management principles to anticipate, identify, evaluate and control physical, chemical, biological, ergonomic and psychosocial hazards. 5. Collect, manage, and interpret information and data to identify trends and issues in the workplace. 6. design, support, and evaluate the health and safety programs 7. Manage change by advancing OSH principles within management systems, cultures, practices, and priorities. 8. to understand the causes of accidents and hazards facing workers at workplaces and control measures that should be put in place.

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