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NQA INDONESIA

in Partnership with RRC international

e-Learning
COURSES DESIGNED TO DELIVER SUCCESS
Health and Safety
Environmental Management

“RRC and NQA Indonesia really want you
to enjoy your learning, pass your exam
and, most importantly, gain the knowledge
and understanding that will make you a
successful practitioner.”
Dr David Towlson
RRC Director of Quality and Training

“NQA Indonesia can assist your organisations
to manage risk, improve performance and
achieve best-practice through the provision
of independent certification, assessment,
training and support services globally.”
NA Putra
NQA Indonesia – Country Manager

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Partnership 2
Learning with RRC

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What is Distance / e-Learning?

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Sample Distance Learning course material

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NEBOSH courses

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Award in Health and Safety at Work

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Award in Safety, Health and Environment for the Process Industries

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National Certificate in Environmental Management

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International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety

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International Certificate in Construction Health and Safety

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International Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management

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International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety

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International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety

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National Diploma in Environmental Management

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IOSH courses

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Managing Safely
Working Safely

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CIEH courses

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Level 2 Award in Principles of Risk Assessment
Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace
Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace
Level 1 Award in Food Safety Awareness in Catering
Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering

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iema courses

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Introduction to Environmental Management Systems
Foundation Certificate in Environmental Management
Associate Certificate in Environmental Management

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rrc rapid e-Learning courses

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All NEBOSH, IOSH, IEMA and CIEH courses will be run
under RRC’s Accreditations, Approvals and Licenses

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partnership
Our course selection reflects a complete
range of learning and development
opportunities for evolving professions of
Quality, Environmental, Health & Safety and
Integrated Systems Management. From
awareness training through to accredited
qualifications, our range of courses and
learning styles are designed to help develop
your skills and widen your knowledge.
NA Putra,
NQA Indonesia – Country Manager
RRC are delighted to be working with NQA
Indonesia to deliver health and safety courses
in Indonesia. We look forward to sharing our
experience and resources and to assist our
colleagues in achieving their objectives.
Gary Fallaize, RRC Managing Director

NQA Indonesia are passionate about helping
business to improve stake holder relationships,
reduce operating costs, managing business risk
as well as helping business buy and sell with
confidence. From awareness training through to
accredited qualifications, NQA Indonesia offer a
range of courses and learning styles designed to
help develop your skills and widen your knowledge.
NQA Indonesia take pride in working in partnership
with clients to achieve their aims.

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RRC is a British institution which offers a wide range
of quality training. We know that our students
will have the best quality training in health, safety,
environmental and management when they enrol.
RRC provides Accredited Certification by NEBOSH,
IOSH, IEMA and CIEH, as well as a range of short
courses designed to meet specific training needs.
Our Partnership with RRC will equip Indonesian
workers in requisite health and safety knowledge.
We hope this will positively contribute to gradually
changing the health and safety culture in Indonesia.

We’ve helped millions of people all over the world to pass exams and gain the qualifications they need. 3 Exam Success At RRC we’ll do all we can to ensure you pass your exams. They deliver our courses. videos. taking account of exam papers.learning with rrc RRC has a long-standing reputation for excellence – we’ve been providing first-class education and training since 1928. Expert Tutors Subject specialists are available by phone and e-mail whenever you need them. consultants and examiners. enjoy your studies and understand the subject matter. Our Tutor team supports thousands of students each year. The good news for you is that our pass rates are consistently above the awarding body averages. with friendly and helpful advice which our customers really value – almost 100% of RRC students rated their experience as being ‘good’ or ‘excellent’. provides all you need. With a culture of continual improvement at the heart of all we do. you can be confident that RRC really do provide quality courses. support our students and help to continuously improve our training courses. Your exam will be arranged by RRC and NQA at a venue in Jakarta. Customer Care Our customer care team try hard to make your studies as easy as possible. feedback from students and pass rates. in addition to our course accreditations. But don’t just take our word for it. Our engaging blend of course material. interactive activities and quizzes. Taking Your Exam. They’re dedicated to making sure your exam arrangements go smoothly. We are also members of the British Institute for Learning and Development and the European Association for Distance Learning. The team is an effective mix of academics. practitioners. These all independently verify that RRC delivers a quality product and service. combined with RRC’s expert tutors. This is why we have a dedicated team constantly reviewing our courses. animations. Quality Courses RRC is all about quality. we are ISO9001 certificated and accredited by the Open and Distance Learning Quality Council. . If you book your exam with RRC we make all the arrangements for you.

• The sign means that something must not be done. • Dangerous locations (e.146). or danger zone adjacent to a process. by engineering controls and safe systems of work. for example. Safe Condition. – Training for work in confined spaces. there is usually no need to provide a sign (unless mandated by law). there arises a reasonably foreseeable specified risk. allowing you to start your course at any time and work at your own pace to meet your chosen exam date. either at the access point to the area of a general hazard or in the immediate vicinity of a specific hazard. sand or other similar materials. includes flour. No Smoking Not Drinkable • In cases where clearly defined traffic routes are necessary. i. • In some regions this can be achieved by the use of yellow and black (or red and white) angled stripes. – The persons at risk.g. – Traditional signboards (e. • In assessing the risk from working in a confined space we need to consider: – The need to enter the confined space at all. – Hand and acoustic signals (e. Identify the requirements to ensure a suitable system of maintenance. Consequently they are closely regulated by safety standards such as those set out in the UK Confined Spaces Regulations and the OSHA Occupational Safety and Health standards relating to permit-required confined spaces (1910. • Employers must provide a safe system of work. 6. 7 days a week. • These are round with a white background and red border and cross bar. and this is vital when carrying out confined space entry and work so safe working practices must include: – Permit-to-work systems. standard road traffic signs and markings should be used in outdoor areas to control vehicles and pedestrians. Prohibition Signs • Where the risk is low or it is impractical to safeguard by other means. vat. Conditions that Constitute a Confined Space Revision Questions Labelling Pipework • Pipelines transporting a hazardous medium must be identified with the correct. ‘Fire Extinguisher’. – Red for fire-fighting. Work in a sewer can present a confined space risk 9. but using triangular-shaped warning signs. What criteria should an employer adopt when deciding what first-aid provision should be made? • The asphyxiation of any person at work arising from a free flowing solid or the inability to reach a respirable environment due to entrapment by a free flowing solid. including at. – Fire safety signs. you really are in control – all you need is your computer and an Internet connection. • Safety signs include: – Illuminated signs. what’s the difference? e-Learning Everything you need for your course is available online – including our highly respected course material which can be downloaded onto your PC. Often the same symbols or pictograms as those seen on containers of dangerous substances are used. Explosive • Signs should be removed when or if the situation to which they refer no longer exists. where people may slip. filling and discharge points (where employees are likely to be exposed to the contents). sugar. • Multiple-choice quizzes to evaluate progress. Jargon Buster Confined Space Any place. Common Signs and Their Use. silo. well or other similar space in which. These are usually available either as labels or marking tapes. vapour or the lack of oxygen. – The labels on the containers can be seen clearly from outside the store. • A serious risk of injury to any person at work arising from a fire or explosion. they should be marked using continuous lines (commonly yellow or white). sewer. flue. by virtue of its enclosed nature. 1. – Emergency arrangements. e. 5. • The drowning of any person at work arising from an increase in the level of a liquid. from anywhere in the world. then obstacles or dangerous locations should be marked. Free Flowing Solid Any substance consisting of solid particles and which is of. trench. fullcolour textbook of the course material.e. 4. What is meant by ‘acceptable temperature’? • The loss of consciousness of any person at work arising from an increase in body temperature.g. sampling. – The reliability of safeguards in place. – Brown for oils and combustible liquids. a flowing or running consistency. • Symbols must be black and placed centrally on the background without obliterating the cross bar. safe condition. (Suggested Answers are at the end of Unit IC. Element IC1: General Workplace Issues Element IC1: General Workplace Issues Safety Signs The standardisation of safety signs throughout workplaces is essential to ensure that safety signs. Dangerous Locations and Traffic Routes Ears Respiratory Mandatory Signs Overhead Loads Radioactive Warning Signs Safe Condition Signs Fire Safety Signs Sometimes called “Emergency” Signs. have the same meaning. Distance learning Exactly the same as e-Learning but with an additional printed.g. emergency exits. Even if your regional signs are different. Signs Marking Obstacles. Specified Risk 3. Studying On-Line Our structured e-Learning programmes lead you through your course step by step. For example. – The task. Exit Inspection Pit with Clearly Marked Edges Acceptable Fire Safety Sign Fire equipment signs are square or rectangular in shape with a white pictogram on a red background. e. Eyes Head Flammable Material • Placing too many signs close together should be avoided.g. As illustrative examples we will look at five types of signs (Prohibition. Describe the shape and colour of: prohibition. the principles involved will be similar. First-Aid Safe Condition Signs No Access for Pedestrians No Access for Industrial Vehicles Fire Extinguisher Fire Hose Fire Equipment Signs Prohibition Signs Unit IC – Element IC1 | 1-12 © RRC Training © RRC Training Unit IC – Element IC1 | 1-13 Element IC1: General Workplace Issues Element IC1: General Workplace Issues Confined Spaces Labelling of Pipework Pipework and pipelines containing dangerous substances should be identified and marked. wherever they are seen. • Signboards should generally be installed in a position appropriate to the line of sight. In Europe. Warning and Fire Safety) used in the European region. materials and equipment. or is capable of being in. – Yellow for gases. relevant danger signal.what is distance / e-Learning? Distance/e-Learning provides the ultimate in flexibility. – Blue for air. labelling of stores is not generally necessary if: – They hold very small quantities. • However. pit.g. So. e. Explain the circumstances under which an employer should provide safety signs.) © RRC Training Unit IC – Element IC1 | 1-14 Unit IC – Element IC1 | 1-15 © RRC Training 4 Distance/e-Learning with RRC At the centre of all RRC Distance/e-Learning courses is our unique online platform. Location and Compliance • Signs should be clearly visible in a well-lit position. and warning signs. or where there is low headroom) and traffic routes may also have to be marked. or where the risk is not significant. tank. What are the requirements regarding the condition of floors and traffic/routes? Confined spaces are recognised as workplaces that can be particularly hazardous. the edge of a loading platform. fume. Warning signs are triangular with a black border and a black pictogram on a yellow background. Identify six key elements to good housekeeping. • Thought-provoking activities and exercises to enhance understanding and knowledge recall. tablet or e-book reader. laptop. In general fire safety signs fall into one of two categories: These are square or oblong with white symbols on a green background and indicate such safe conditions as a first-aid post or emergency evacuation route. • The employer should provide specific safety signs whenever there is a risk which has not been avoided or controlled by other means. – Black for other liquids. . a fire safety sign must at least contain a pictogram (though it may also contain the text as well). fire alarms). If a person has to wear special clothing for work. – Mauve for acids and alkalis. Identify the symptoms of visual fatigue. mandatory. 7. prohibition and warning signs).g. so the types of specified risk give us some indication of what might constitute a confined space in a work situation. Mandatory Signs Warning Signs Use/Location of Signboards Mandatory signs are round with a blue background and white symbol. • Illuminated signs should be provided with emergency lighting power where the situation is likely to interfere with the main power supply. delivering the learning through a variety of media designed to make learning both enjoyable and effective. fall from heights. With access to the course available 24 hours a day. – The provision and maintenance of a safe atmosphere. What are the requirements for adequate lighting? • The loss of consciousness or asphyxiation of any person at work arising from gas. what type of facilities should be provided for changing purposes? 8. – Grey for steam. pipe. • Those identifying the location of fire equipment. including any chamber. • Those providing information on means of escape and which take the form of a ‘Safe Condition’. ‘Alarm Point’. Each course contains: • Videos and interactive animations designed to make the information accessible and easy to learn. grain. • Where a safety sign would not help to reduce a risk. This sign states what protective equipment must be worn. Labelling of Stores • Stores and areas containing significant quantities of dangerous substances should be identified by the appropriate warning sign (the same signs as are used for marking pipework). an easy-to-use online system which provides everything you need to successfully pass your exams. the current European standard colour groups are: – Green for water. 2. Mandatory. Corrosive Material Flammable Material Explosive Material Toxic Material Key Information • Confined spaces are defined by the possibility of a foreseeable specified risk. 10. • Colour coding is also commonly used to identify pipelines. – Marking of pipework containing dangerous substances.

Full Exam Service We manage the complete examination process for you. 5 Additional Resources A range of additional online resources tailored to support the courses you are studying. Your tutors are there to make sure your learning runs as smoothly as possible. tablet or e-book reader to study. key definitions are explained in easy-to-spot coloured boxes and important topics are highlighted and considered in particular depth. easy to read and concise. share experiences and discuss relevant topics. making all the arrangements so you can concentrate on your studies. Revision Questions. will also be included within your e-Learning course.Studying Off-Line RRC’s course materials are of the highest quality. Monitor Your Progress and Prepare for the Exam In addition to end of unit tests. by e-mail and telephone. Completing this provides important exam practice and valuable feedback from a tutor. allowing you to get full value out of every minute you spend studying. including links to other useful websites and sources of information. as and when you need it. if you chose Distance Learning. Collaboration RRC’s online course provides tutormoderated Forums where you can collaborate with your fellow students. Summaries and Key Information boxes focus on exactly what you need to know. Throughout the material. access to RRC’s tutor team. All of your course material is available in PDF format within the e-Learning course and can be downloaded to your laptop. Unlimited Support from Expert Tutors This is the most important ingredient in your course. . and are clear. we also include a Mock Exam. marking your assignments and answering any queries you may have. RRC will provide a full colour printed copy. In addition. designed to allow you to monitor your progress.

• Rely 100% on operator competence. Forklift trucks (with a very short and narrow wheel base) and dumper trucks (with a high centre of gravity and used on rough terrain) are frequently involved in overturn accidents. constructed and maintained to allow safe vehicle movement and to separate vehicles from pedestrians. A self-adjusting guard does the same thing but is sprung loaded or linked to other machine parts. e. Work-Related Upper Limb Disorders (WRULDs) • First-aid provision for non-employees. along with some typical conditions and environments in which each hazard might arise. especially new workers ( so details are usually included in induction training). as well as the organisational culture © RRC Training and management which determines interpersonal relationships. some machines cannot be stopped in this way and it is then preferable to use an interlocked guard that locks shut and can only be opened once the danger has passed (e.: • Specialist and separate training for the appointed person. • Extra first-aid equipment may be required. brakes fail). temperature. • Training courses must usually be to an approved standard (the training syllabus is often mandated by local enforcement agencies). to other vehicles (and their occupants) and to the driver (and other occupants). Some vehicles. The interaction of these elements determines the manner in which the task may be performed. range of motion. However. vibration. rather than fitting the person into a pre-designed working environment built around the needs of the task. • Power to the machine is disabled and the machine will not operate until the guard is in place. For example. this loss of control may result in a skid.g. Trip Devices Trip devices are protective devices that do not put a physical barrier between the operator and the dangerous parts of machinery. tools or animals. with regular maintenance carried out. Common accidents involve vehicle overturn. a range of occupations may be affected including production-line workers. • Training to cope with special risks such as cyanide poisoning. • Physical objects comprising the furniture. This involves putting the person at the heart of both task and workstation design. • Drivers should be appropriately qualified. Loss of Control and Overturning A driver may lose control of their vehicle for various reasons: • Driver error (e. such that tasks may be fitted to the needs of the person. Trip devices are intended to minimise severity of an injury and are often used as an additional control measure. Lack of Attention to Ergonomic Principles • Employees working on shared or multioccupied sites. e. • Nature of the work and workplace hazards and risks. e. • Self-employed persons should provide adequate firstaid equipment for their own needs. particular provision should be made. • Work patterns. large site with multiple buildings which are far apart. Severity may vary from occasional aches. photocopier). in combination with an interlocked access gate to ensure that an operator does not gain access by climbing over a fence or being locked in by a colleague. e. or the act of opening the guard stops the dangerous parts and disables power. noise. often in a forceful and awkward manner. equipment. Refresher training is commonly mandated at suitable intervals. strength. The main limitation of an interlocked guard is that it is possible to bypass the system so that the machine can be operated with the guard open. instruction. etc. Forklift truck • Very easy to defeat. The guard is intended to allow frequent access to a machine or danger zone by removing the power source and preventing the equipment from operating while the guard is open. working equipment (DSE. equipment. the top guard on a bench-mounted circular saw can be set at a range of heights depending on the size of wood being cut. muscles and nerves of the hand. Topic Focus The factors to be considered in assessing first-aid provision include: • Size of the organisation (e.). e. painters and machine operators.g. e. • Arrangements should also cover the firstaid requirements of other persons on the establishment’s site. safety and productivity. The following criteria should generally be taken into account: • The employer should inform all workers of the establishment’s first-aid arrangements. – Adjusting the work routine. Specific Specialist First-Aid Treatments Where specific risks have been identified. arm and shoulder. • The distribution of the workforce. It is. The following conditions are likely to result from lack of attention to ergonomic principles. the first-aid arrangements for the establishment would normally be made by them. number of employees). As the machine operates the guard adjusts automatically to fit the workpiece. mud on the road). and workplace to fit the worker with the objective of improving their comfort. etc. but even complex interlock systems can be defeated by a determined person. Instead some form of sensor is used to detect the presence of the operator and stop the machine. wrist. Vehicle accidents are responsible for many serious and fatal injuries and also cause a significant amount of property and equipment damage. reaching or moving. but a section remains exposed so that wood can be fed through When vehicles move around in workplaces they are a hazard to pedestrians. Work-related upper limb disorders (WRULDs) affect the soft connecting tissues. The hazard is created by prolonged repetition. intellect. and building the working environment around his/her needs. When the guard is removed a safety interlock system prevents machine operation. as well as pedestrians. every three years.sample distance learning course material Element 4: Work Equipment Hazards and Risk Control Element 2: Transport Hazards and Risk Control Safe Movement of Vehicles in the Workplace • Vehicle operations are a hazard to the vehicle driver. You will find the various hazards listed below. • Nature of the workforce. The starting point for this is to see the work setting as being made up of three elements: • A worker with a range of physical and mental characteristics – size. An adjustable guard can be set to a range of positions by the operator depending on the nature of the workpiece and the operation being carried out. Adjustable and Self-Adjusting Guards Interlocked Guards Adjustable and self-adjusting guards are used when it is not possible to completely prevent access to dangerous parts. • Mechanical failure (e. domestic washing machine). • Where the employer provides a full-time staffed occupational health service. Hazards From Workplace Transport Operations Adjustable guard over blade of bench-mounted circular saw. – Training. packers. remote and lone workers.g.g. Consequently. pregnancy.g. • The needs of travelling. The dangerous parts or machinery may not be at rest as the equipment is opened. as the saw moves down the guard retracts to expose the blade Main limitations with adjustable and self-adjusting guards: • Do not completely prevent access to dangerous parts.g. other drivers and passengers. • Risk reduction measures rely on: – Ergonomic design of tools. They are commonly used to safeguard woodworking and metalworking machinery where a workpiece has to be fed into the machine or manipulated during machine use. © RRC Training Unit IB – Element IB10 | 10-1 6 Unit IC – Element IC1 | 1-11 . e. dangerous machines. are more likely to overturn than others. therefore. It involves the application of anatomical. the vehicles and the drivers. – Work equipment. • The remoteness of the site from emergency medical services. etc. An interlocked guard is a protective device designed to be removed as a normal part of routine machine operation. safety and productivity and should consider the: – Worker. training and supervision.g. Unit IGC2 – Element 4 | 4-12 Unit IGC2 – Element 2 | 2-1 © RRC Training Element IC1: General Workplace Issues Element IB10: Ergonomic Factors Ergonomics Key Information First-Aid Assessment Information and Training Specific first-aid needs of a workplace depend on the place where work is being conducted and the type of work being carried out. experience.g. driving too fast). Many machines are fitted with interlocked doors which when opened bring the moving parts to an immediate stop (e. hazardous substances. twisting. It is also possible that a person may gain access to the inside of a machine guard during operation by climbing over the guard or by the equipment being re-started by a second operator. Remember that you will have different levels of risk in different parts of the workplace (office vs production line). may need a travel first-aid kit. It does not require the operator to set it to the right position. attitudes towards work.g. medically fit and given information.g. With simple interlock systems this is easily done. disabilities. and workplace to fit the worker with the objective of improving their comfort. coverage for shift work or out of hours work. © RRC Training Basic principles of an interlocked guard: Self-adjusting guard on a crosscut mitre saw. important that the appropriate type of interlock system is fitted to the machine and that strict rules are imposed about safe use of interlocked guards. the guard covers most of the blade. equipment and workplaces. physiological and psychological knowledge to the practical aspects of work. First-Aid Training Using a Resuscitation Dummy • Annual leave and other absences of first-aiders and appointed persons – adequate coverage. collision or overturn of the vehicle. Jargon Buster Ergonomics Ergonomics is the science of designing the job. etc. • Either the guard is locked shut until it is safe for the guard to open. • These hazards can be controlled through the risk assessment process and by careful management of the workplace environment.g. Loss of function may result in reduced work capacity. without sufficient rest or recovery time. e. this door is interlocked so that power to the microwave generator is shut off when it is open. working surfaces and parts used in the task. tools. expectations. and collisions with pedestrians.. Upper limb disorders arise from ordinary movements. • The local environment created by physical conditions such as lighting. – Musculoskeletal problems. a microwave oven has a hinged door on the front to allow easy access. • The organisation’s accident history. • Environmental conditions (e. – Job rotation. safety and productivity.g. young workers. other vehicles or fixed structures. • Lack of attention to ergonomic principles can result in the following conditions: – Work-Related Upper Limb Disorders (WRULDS). For example. and this may put the operator at risk (though this can be overcome by good design and consideration of “run down” times). because of their design or environment of use. in the workplace.g. • The workplace environment should be designed. • Ergonomics is the science of designing the job.g. and it is this interaction which needs to be optimised in order to ensure maximum comfort. Depending on the type of vehicle being driven. pains and discomfort of the affected part through to well defined and specific disease or injury. • Vehicles should be suitable for their intended use and workplace environment and maintained in safe working order. – Local environment. such as forceful repetitive gripping.

7 .NEBOSH Courses NEBOSH (National Examinations Board in Occupational Safety and Health) has a reputation which is second to none for the provision of academically rigorous training. NEBOSH offer a wide range of professional qualifications which are recognised worldwide.

. 8 • Distance/e-Learning – 24 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of one multiple-choice examination and a short risk assessment activity. This standalone qualification is designed for workers in any sector who want a basic understanding of health and safety and acts as the perfect introduction to a NEBOSH Certificate. What you will study Methods of study Unit HSW1 Workplace Safety Foundations • The Foundations of Health and Safety • The Responsibility for Health and Safety • Health and Safety Risk Assessment and Control • Hazards and Controls Associated with Work Equipment • Transport Safety • Hazards and Controls Associated with Working with Electricity • Fire Safety • Hazards and Controls Associated with Manual Handling and Repetitive Movement • Hazards and Controls Associated with Hazardous Substances • Hazards and Controls Associated with the Working Environment Unit HSW2 Practical Application The completion of a short risk assessment activity.NEBOSH Courses Award in Health and Safety at Work The NEBOSH Award in Health & Safety at Work is a NEW course developed by NEBOSH to complement their existing range of qualifications.

It also provides a perfect introduction to a NEBOSH Certificate. What you will study Methods of study Unit HSEP1 Health. the Working Environment • Transport Safety • Fire Safety • The Foundations of Process Safety • Systems to Prevent Loss of Containment • Common Hazards. Hazardous Substances. Working with Electricity. Manual Handling and Repetitive Movement. pharmaceutical. Safety and Environment for the Process Industries • The Foundations of Health and Safety • The Responsibility for Health and Safety • Health and Safety Risk Assessment and Control • Hazards and Controls Associated with Work Equipment. petrochemical and food processing. safety and environmental management within the process industries. Risks and Controls in the Chemical Industry • Plant Integrity • Emergency Response • Foundations in Environmental Management • Control of Emissions • Environmental Risk Assessments (Impact Assessment) 9 • Distance/e-Learning – 44 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of one multiple-choice examination. then this course could be for you. Health & Environment for the Process Industries This NEBOSH Award is designed to provide process operators and technicians with an understanding of health. If you work (or want to work) in industries like chemical. .Award in Safety.

is aimed at managers. What you will study Methods of study Unit NEC1: Management and Control of Environmental Hazards • Foundations in Environmental Management • Environmental Management Systems • Environmental Impact Assessments • Control of Emissions to Air • Control of Contamination of Water Sources • Control of Waste and Land Use • Sources of Use of Energy and Energy Efficiency • Control of Environmental Noise • Planning for and Dealing with Environmental Emergencies Unit NEC2: Practical Application The completion of an environmental review of a workplace and report to management.NEBOSH Courses National Certificate in Environmental Management This standalone qualification. supervisors and staff from all types of organisations who need a broad understanding of environmental management issues. based on UK law. . 10 • Distance/e-Learning – 70 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of one examination and a practical assessment.

. 11 If you have been awarded a NEBOSH International Certificate in the last 5 years and wish to take a further International Certificate you will be exempt from IGC1 and can simply ‘top up’ with units IGC2/3. Unitisation IGC1 is the core unit for the NEBOSH International General Certificate. technical and other standards and best practice. Successful completion of a NEBOSH International Certificate meets the entry requirement for the NEBOSH National and International Diploma. ICC1/2 or IFC1/2. the NEBOSH International Construction Certificate and the NEBOSH International Fire Certificate. To gain each qualification you need to study IGC1 along with the relevant specialist unit and practical assessment. or working in an international arena.NEBOSH Courses international certificates NEBOSH International Certificates are designed for those based outside of the UK. They are based on international.

employee representatives and people starting out on a career in health and safety. Methods of study • Distance/e-Learning – 130 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of two examinations and a practical health and safety assessment of a workplace. What you will study Unit IGC1: Management of International Health & Safety • Foundations in Health and Safety • Health and Safety Management Systems 1 – Policy • Health and Safety Management Systems 2 – Organising • Health and Safety Management Systems 3 – Planning • Health and Safety Management Systems 4 – Measuring. . The certificate is relevant to all types of organisations and helps its holders manage risks effectively. Audit and Review Unit IGC2: Control of International Workplace Hazards • Movement of People and Vehicles – Hazards and Control • Manual and Mechanical Handling – Hazards and Control • Work Equipment Hazards and Control • Electrical Hazards and Control • Fire Hazards and Control • Chemical and Biological Health Hazards and Control • Physical and Psychological Health Hazards and Control • Construction Activities Hazards and Control 12 Unit IGC3: International Health & Safety Practical Application The completion of a health and safety assessment of a workplace and report to management. supervisors.NEBOSH Courses International General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety The NEBOSH International General Certificate provides an excellent foundation in health and safety for managers.

Methods of study • Distance/e-Learning – 160 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of two examinations and a practical health and safety assessment of a construction site.International Certificate in Construction Health and Safety This course has been designed to provide those making day-to-day decisions in construction work with the knowledge they need to ensure that the health and safety implications of their decisions are properly taken into account. What you will study Unit IGC1: Management of International Health & Safety (see NEBOSH International General Certificate) Unit ICC1: Managing and Controlling Hazards in International Construction Activities • Construction Management • Construction Site – Hazards and Risk Control • Vehicle and Plant Movement – Hazards and Risk Control • Musculoskeletal Handling – Hazards and Control • Work Equipment – Hazards and Risk Control • Electrical Safety • Fire Safety • Chemical and Biological Health – Hazards and Risk Control • Physical and Psychological Health – Hazards and Risk Control • Working at Height – Hazards and Risk Control • Excavation Work and Confined Spaces – Hazards and Risk Control • Demolition and Deconstruction– Hazards and Risk Control 13 Unit ICC2: International Construction Practical Application The completion of a health and safety assessment of a construction site and report to management. . It is designed for supervisors and managers within the international construction industry.

supervisors and employee representatives.NEBOSH Courses NEBOSH International Certificate in Fire Safety AND Risk Management The NEBOSH International Fire Certificate will teach you how to carry out fire risk assessments and identify the range of protective and preventive measures you need to minimise the risk of fire. 14 • Distance/e-Learning – 120 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of two examinations and a practical fire risk assessment of a workplace. What you will study Methods of study Unit IGC1: Management of International Health and Safety (see NEBOSH International General Certificate) Unit IFC1: International Fire Safety and Risk Management • Managing Fire Safety • Principles of Fire and Explosion • Causes and Prevention of Fires • Fire Protection in Buildings • Safety of People in the Event of a Fire • Fire Safety Risk Assessment Unit IFC2: Fire Safety Practical Application The completion of a fire safety risk assessment of a workplace. This course is designed for anyone with fire safety responsibilities in the workplace and is suitable for managers. .

and newly appointed Health and Safety Advisers. highlighting the importance of process safety management in the oil and gas industry. Those undertaking this certificate should have a good understanding of safety issues which can be from experience or having studied one of NEBOSH’s Certificate-level qualifications. Safety and Environmental Management in Context • Hydrocarbon Process Safety 1 • Hydrocarbon Process Safety 2 • Fire Protection and Emergency Response • Logistics and Transport Operations Methods of study • Distance/e-Learning – 55 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of one 2-hour examination. 15 . It focuses on international standards and management systems.International Technical Certificate in Oil AND Gas Operational Safety The NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety is designed specifically for those with safety responsibilities in the oil and gas industry. enabling students to effectively discharge workplace safety responsibilities both onshore and offshore. What you will study Unit IOG1: The Management of International Oil and Gas Operational Safety • Health. Employee representatives. It is ideal for those who have the responsibility for ensuring safety as part of their day to day duties. including Managers. Supervisors.

16 .NEBOSH diplomas The NEBOSH Diploma is the qualification for aspiring health and safety professionals. building directly upon the foundation of knowledge provided by the NEBOSH Certificate. It is designed to provide students with the expertise required to undertake a career as a safety and health practitioner and also provides a sound basis for progression to postgraduate study. Entry requirements The NEBOSH Diploma assumes a broad basic knowledge of health and safety (such as is provided by a NEBOSH Certificate qualification) and is assessed at the same standard as a UK Degree programme.

. Work Equipment.NEBOSH Courses International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety The NEBOSH International Diploma is a prestigious and demanding professional qualification for those wanting to advance their career in occupational health and safety. IB and IC. Mechanical Handling. Unit IB: International Control of Hazardous Agents in the Workplace General Aspects of Occupational Health and Hygiene. Methods of study • Distance/e-Learning – 475 hours of study Assessment Units IA. Machinery Safety. Hazardous Substances – Evaluating Risk. What you will study Preparatory Content (Core Skills) Unit IA: International Management of Health and Safety Principles of Health and Safety Management. Biological Agents. Environmental Pollution and Waste Management. Storage. Identifying Hazards. Measuring Health and Safety Performance. Loss Causation and Incident Investigation. Handling and Processing of Dangerous Substances. Hazardous Substances – Preventive and Protective Measures. 17 Unit IC: International Workplace and Work Equipment Safety General Workplace Issues. Electrical Safety. Assessing and Evaluating Risks. Risk Control and Emergency Planning. Candidates must successfully complete all four units to be awarded the NEBOSH International Diploma. Unit ID: International Application of Health and Safety Theory and Practice This unit comprises an 8. Principles of Fire and Explosion. Physical Agents – Noise and Vibration and Radiation and Thermal Environment. Preventive and Protective Measures and Monitoring and Maintenance of Control Measures. Organisational and Human Factors. Ergonomic Factors.000-word assignment for submission after completion of units IA. IB and IC are examined by written examination and Unit ID by assignment. The NEBOSH International Diploma is also becoming recognised around the world as the global standard for health and safety professionals. Safety in Construction and Demolition. Workplace Fire Risk Assessment. Regulating Health and Safety. Principles of Toxicology and Epidemiology.

Review and Audit • Developments in Environmental Legislation • Environmental Legislative Framework and Methods of Enforcement • Public Access to Environmental Information • Civil Liability in Relation to Environmental Pollution • Solid and Liquid Wastes • Gaseous and Particulate Releases to Atmosphere • Control Strategies for Environmental Risk • Control of Environmental Nuisance • Hazardous Substances • Environmental Implications of Development and Land Use • Energy Use and Efficiency 18 Assessment Unit ED1 is assessed by a 3-hour examination and Unit ED2 a project consisting of an environmental audit.NEBOSH Courses National diploma in Environmental Management The NEBOSH National Diploma in Environmental Management has been designed for those with responsibilities for the management of environmental risk or aiming to develop and implement effective environmental management systems within their organisations. National Diploma. Unit ED2 – Workplace-Based Practical Application The completion of a work-based project. Methods of study • Distance/e-Learning – 190 hours of study What you will study Unit ED1 – Management of Environmental Risk • Principles of Environmental Risk Management • Environmental Risk Evaluation • Water Resources Management • Monitoring.). etc. . There are no specific entry requirements for this course but some knowledge of the English legal system is recommended (such as might be covered in the NEBOSH National General Certificate.

. ensuring that courses are relevant both in the UK and internationally.IOSH Courses The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has developed a series of certificated courses designed to promote protection from workplace hazards at every level. IOSH courses are founded on best practice as well as legislation.

IOSH Courses Managing Safely This course aims to introduce managers at all levels to the different aspects of managing safety and health in the workplace. What you will study Methods of study • Safety Management Principles • Assessing and Controlling Risks • Understanding Management Responsibility for Health and Safety • Identifying Hazards • Investigating Accidents and Incidents • Measuring Performance • Protecting our Environment 20 • Distance/e-Learning – 40 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of multiple choice and short answer questions as well as a short project. .

working Safely This course is aimed at all employees and is designed to improve the safety culture within an organisation. Risk and Control • Identifying Common Hazards • Improving Safety Performance • Environmental Awareness 21 • Distance/e-Learning – 10 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of multiple choice and short answer questions as well as a short project. What you will study Methods of study • Introducing Working Safely • Defining Hazards. It focuses on how individual actions contribute to health and safety in the workplace. .

. and environmental protection qualifications. health and safety.cieh Courses The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health is a leading awarding body for vocational qualifications in accredited food safety.

. It is aimed at anyone in a work environment. especially those likely to be involved in conducting risk assessments as part of a team or who want an understanding of the principles involved. What you will study Methods of study • The main causes of accidents and ill health and the implications for people in the workplace • The legal requirements for risk assessment • The principles of risk assessment 23 • e-Learning – 6 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of multiple-choice questions.Level 2 Award in the Principles of Risk Assessment This course is designed to help improve the workplace culture for occupational health and safety by raising awareness of the concept of risk assessment and the basic principles involved.

It is aimed at anyone who wants a basic induction into health and safety. What you will study Methods of study • An introduction to health and safety • The scope of hazards and risks in the workplace • Workplace conditions that can affect health and safety • Workplace procedures. first aid and personal protection 24 • e-Learning – 3 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of multiple-choice questions. including those who are entering the workplace for the first time.cieh Courses Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace This course provides an awareness of key health and safety issues and the part they should play in keeping people free from harm at work. including requirements for reporting. .

Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace This course provides an understanding of health and safety that will enable participants to contribute to any risk assessment based health and safety management system. . working with vehicles and exposure to noise and vibration 25 • e-Learning – 6 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of multiple-choice questions. manual handling. working at height. It is aimed at anyone in a work environment. hazardous substances. What you will study Methods of study • An introduction to health and safety at work • Health and safety law and enforcement • Preventing work-related ill health • The principles of accident prevention • Risk assessment techniques • The risks associated with poor welfare. the workplace and work equipment.

It is aimed at anyone working where there is food.cieh Courses Level 1 Award in Food Safety Awareness in Catering This course provides an understanding of the importance of keeping individuals and work areas clean and hygienic and the role individuals play in reducing contamination. . What you will study Methods of study • An introduction to the risks associated with handling food • The importance of personal hygiene • The importance of cleaning in catering premises • Keeping product safe and reducing potential contamination 26 • e-Learning – 3 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of multiple-choice questions.

It is aimed at anyone working in catering where food is prepared. . What you will study Methods of study • An introduction to the terminology used in food safety • The laws that apply to food businesses and food handlers • The concept of food hazards and how the risk of food poisoning can be contained • Monitoring product and equipment temperatures • Minimising bacterial multiplication by reducing temperature • The importance of high temperatures in the supply of safe food • The ability of food handlers to impose a risk to food safety • The importance of utilising appropriate storage conditions for different types of food • The importance of cleaning in food premises • The need for high standards for structure and equipment to promote good hygiene in food premises 27 • e-Learning – 6 hours of study Assessment The assessment consists of multiple-choice questions.Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering This course provides an understanding of the special responsibilities of those working with food for safeguarding the health of consumers and ensuring that the food they serve or sell is safe to eat. cooked and handled.

.iema Courses Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) is a not-for-profit membership organisation established to promote best practice standards in environmental management. auditing and assessment.

What you will study • An Overview of the Background to EMAS and the ISO 14000 Series • The Key Components of ISO 14001 • The Key Components of EMAS • The Interface Between EMAS. All delegates who have successfully completed this IEMA approved course will gain credit towards an Environmental Auditor application on the IEMA’s Environmental Auditor register. a summary of the EMS standards available and the main elements that comprise these. Its purpose is to provide middle management. Those gaining more than 70% will gain five points towards an application for Environmental Auditor Registration.Introduction to Environmental Management Systems This qualification is aimed at those who wish to gain an understanding of EMSs. ISO 14000 and Other Management Systems • Sources of Further Information or Advice 29 Methods of study • Distance/e-Learning – 16 hours of study Assessment The assessment comprises a multiple-choice exam and a coursework assignment. particularly ISO 14001 and the European Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS). line managers and individuals from a quality and health and safety background with information on why an EMS should be implemented. .

IEMA Courses Foundation Certificate in Environmental Management This qualification is aimed at those who have only recently become involved in environmental management or for whom environmental management is an integral part of a wide range of responsibilities. What you will study Methods of study • Sustainable Business Thinking • Environmental Legislation • Tools for Assessment and Interpretation of Environmental Performance • Environmental Management Systems 30 • Distance/e-Learning – 24 hours of study Assessment The assessment comprises a multiple-choice exam and a coursework assignment. . All delegates who have successfully completed this IEMA approved course will be entitled to one year’s Affiliate Membership of the IEMA.

What you will study Methods of study • Introduction to Environmental Issues • Background to Environmental Law • Controls on Emissions to Atmosphere • Waste Management • The Water Environment • Land Use and Contamination • Environmental Nuisance • Hazardous Materials Management • Framework for Managing Environmental Impacts • Producer Responsibility • Environmental Communications 31 • Distance/e-Learning – 80 hours of study Assessment The assessment comprises a multiple-choice exam and a coursework assignment. It is aimed at those people who have a basic understanding of environmental issues and want to expand their knowledge and understanding to Associate Membership. All delegates who have successfully completed this IEMA approved course will gain Associate Membership of the Institute of Environmental Assessment (AIEMA).Associate Certificate in Environmental Management This course is designed to raise the professional competence of environmental practitioners by assessing their knowledge and understanding of environmental management and its application. .

Fees are based on a per-user. The topics are covered in bite-sized chunks to make learning as easy as possible and each course includes activities. You’ll have up to 30 minutes to complete the assessment and the pass mark is set at 75%. per-course basis. RRC’s Rapid e-Learning courses have been designed by our highly experienced tutors. If you are successful. health or safety topic and will allow you to expand your skills or refresh your knowledge. clear introduction to an environmental. and are delivered online by e-Learning. we can also tailor our courses and develop additional titles to suit your specific requirements. If you are looking for training for your organisation. Useful links to additional online resources provide the opportunity for further research. videos and animations to bring it to life and illustrate important points. you’ll be able to download an RRC certificate. Each course provides a short.RRC ONLINE rapid e-Learning courses RRC’s Rapid e-Learning Courses are designed to help organisations and individuals develop essential skills and knowledge as and when they need it. Our user-friendly online learning environment provides total flexibility so you can complete your training whenever it suits you. with discounts for multiple purchases. All courses include a free downloadable workbook containing all the topics covered as a handy reference guide and reminder of what you’ve learnt. . comprising up to 16 multiple-choice questions. 32 At the end of each course you’ll find a short online exam.

• Working at height. safety and welfare (hazards. • Near-miss. • The principles of risk assessment – the five steps. Content • An introduction to working at height and the essential hierarchy of control. Accident Investigation – 2 hours This course is aimed at anyone who may form part of an accident investigation team and provides an overview of the importance of reporting and investigating incidents at work. Health and Safety Essentials (for Supervisors) – 3 hours This course is aimed at supervisors and managers and provides an overview of all the essential health and safety information they will need in their role. • Safety signs. . • Noise and vibration. 33 Transport Safety – 2 hours This course is designed for all workers who are involved in vehicle operations at work – from cars to lorries and forklift trucks. • Workplace procedures: • Reporting incidents. • Scaffolding. • Transport and vehicles. Content • Basic principles of health and safety. Content • The basic principles of ergonomics. • Fire. It provides an introduction to the dangers associated with electricity and an overview of the control measures to be used to ensure safety. • Electricity. • Welfare facilities. • Steps and trestles. • Workplace conditions: • Housekeeping. • Workplace hazards and risks: • Slips. Display Screen Equipment (DSE) – 2 hours This course is aimed at those who use display screen equipment. • The basic investigation procedure (gather.g. • Control measures which can prevent musculoskeletal health problems (including workstation design). visibility). • Common hazards and risks: • Shock. • PPE. Content • Health. • Selection and training – driver competence. • Protective systems. It is ideal for new employees needing a basic induction to health and safety.Work at Height – 2 hours This course serves as a basic introduction to the main hazards and risks involved in working at height. • Accident (injury and/or damage). Aimed at all workers. controls and procedures). • Segregation. • Management of vehicle movement. • Manual handling. identify. Content • Hazards in vehicle operations. plan). • How to ensure a risk assessment is suitable and sufficient. • Ergonomics and workstation design. • Personal hygiene. This is a particularly good course for anyone taking on a new role as a supervisor where health and safety is a concern. • MEWPs. • Controls: • Selection and suitability. • Risk assessment. • Controls for vehicle operations. • Risk assessment. analyse. Content • An introduction to risk assessment and its role in health and safety at work. • Hazardous substances. • Examples of common workplace hazards and appropriate controls. • Working environment. • The purpose of investigating occupational accidents. • Inspection and maintenance. • Requirements for recording and reporting incidents. • Environmental issues (e. • Access/traffic routes/ escape routes. it is also an ideal introduction for anyone looking to take more responsibility for health and safety at work. It may also be useful for supervisors and managers working on sites where vehicles are in use. • Dangerous occurrence. • Manual handling. • Relevant ill-health effects. • Fires. It would be ideal for anyone who requires basic knowledge of the key precautions that should be observed to ensure safety. • Burns. • The main hazards and controls associated with the following: • Ladders. • First-aid. It provides an overview of ergonomic principles as well as specific hazards and control measures associated with use of DSE. Content • Principles of electricity. trips and falls. Content • Different types of incident. • Hazardous substances. • The workplace and workplace equipment. It also gives a step by step account of basic investigation procedure. This is an ideal course for those who work in office management and HR. Health and Safety Induction (for Workers) – 2 hours This course is aimed at all workers and provides a short introduction to the basic principles of health and safety. • Maintenance. • Edge protection. • Ill-health. • Machinery and vehicles. Electrical Safety – 2 hours This course is aimed at anyone who encounters electricity or electrical appliances in the workplace. • Driver restraints. • Roof work. • Working at height. • Stress. Risk Assessment – 3 hours This course gives an introduction to the risk assessment process and develops the skills important in ensuring a safe workplace. as well as those responsible for people who work using display screens.

• Improving health and safety culture. • Typical examples. • Managers and supervisors. Content • The importance of health and safety culture and the need to assess its effectiveness. . • Controls and reducing the risk. • Employees. • Appropriate controls. Content • Types of chemical agent. It outlines some of the common hazards and controls for manual handling. 34 Manual Handling – 2 hours This course is suitable for all workers whose role includes manual handling activities. • Occupational exposure limits. It is designed to ensure a good understanding of the principles of health and safety culture. Chemical Safety – 3 hours This course is designed for workers who work with (or are exposed to) chemical substances in any form. manufacturers and designers. • Health and safety specialists. joint occupiers.RRC ONLINE rapid e-Learning courses Developing a Positive Safety Culture – 2 hours Health and Safety Roles and Responsibilities – 2 hours This course is aimed at those with an interest in health and safety or a particular responsibility for health and safety at work. the ways in which it can be improved and the benefits this can have. controllers of premises. Content • The health and safety roles and responsibilities of different members of an organisation: • Directors. • Common hazards. • Classification. • The importance of effective consultation with employees. • Risk assessment. Content • Hazards and risks. the self-employed. It provides an overview of the risks and possible health effects as well as an introduction to some of the relevant control measures. • Factors influencing health and safety culture and behaviour. • Health effects. suppliers. This course is aimed at managers and supervisors who want a clear understanding of their health and safety obligations and the obligations of others within their organisation. contractors. • Manual handling techniques.

• Protection from non-ionising radiation. • Hazards and control of mechanical equipment. • Site security. • Health effects of ionising radiation. This course is aimed at those who need an understanding of the basic health and safety principles associated with construction work. • Protective measures. • Working at height. Content • General hazards and controls. • The basic principles of noise. • Protection from ionising radiation. It provides an overview of some of the hazards associated with work equipment. use and maintenance of work equipment. so if you are interested in a specific topic. Content • Health effects of exposure to noise. Content • Selection. such as project managers or facilities managers. 35 . • Excavations. This course is aimed at anyone who might be exposed to ionising or non-ionising radiation. Content • Types of ionising radiation and possible sources. • Controlling exposure. • Health surveillance. • Measuring noise. • Demolition hazards. • Types of non-ionising radiation and possible sources.Work Equipment Safety – 3 hours Radiation – 2 hours Construction Safety – 3 hours This course is designed for those who use mechanical or non-mechanical work equipment. We are developing new short courses all the time. get in touch. • Machinery and vehicles. • Health effects of non-ionising radiation. • Health surveillance. It is designed as a basic induction to all aspects of construction safety. Noise Awareness – 2 hours This course is aimed at those who might be at risk of significant noise exposure in the workplace and provides a basic introduction to the risks and health effects of exposure to noise. • Hazards and control of hand-held tools. • Electricity. • Storage. as well as some of the basic principles to ensure safety. • Health hazards and controls.

We’re very pleased to be able to offer them in the region and to work with RRC on improving health and safety culture in the region”. NA Putra.“Health and safety professionals have a critical role in safeguarding people and property from harm and ensuring that responsible organization meet their duty of care. high quality qualifications. Through the partnership with RRC. NQA Indonesia – Country Manager . NQA Indonesia will help companies to comply with safety and health law by providing internationally recognized.

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