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TRAINING

PROPOSAL

SAFE CHEMICAL HANDLING AND SPILLAGE


TRAINING PROPOSAL
SAFE CHEMICAL HANDLING AND SPILLAGE
PROGRAM INTRODUCTION PROGRAM OUTCOMES
Each Department which stores or handles Upon completion of this program, participants will
hazardous chemicals or toxic chemicals must be able to:
have in place emergency plans and procedures
for dealing with the spillage of these chemicals. a) Understand the methodologies for Chemicals
Employees must be trained to react effectively and Scheduled Wastes Management
and safely in the event of chemicals spillage or b) Know the roles and responsibilities of
discharge. Response Team & Individual
Taking immediate and appropriate action after c) Understand the procedure of Material Safety
a chemical spill can save lives. If hazardous Data Sheet
chemicals are present at your facility, train d) Understand the chemical emergency response
employees in how to react should an procedures
emergency occur. Safe handling of hazardous e) Understand and able to practice chemical
chemicals and scheduled wastes will ensure clean-up procedures
compliance with the Occupational Safety and f) Improve on the skill of chemical spillage
Health (Classification, Labeling and Safety Data response procedures
Sheet of Hazardous Chemicals) Regulations
g) Identify, store and transport hazardous
2013, Occupational Safety and Health (Use and
chemicals and scheduled wastes
Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous
to Health) Regulations 2000 and Environmental h) Understand the types of Chemical Spillages and
Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations 2005. Associated Health Hazards
i) Understand the Spill Prevention & Control Plan
WHO SHOULD ATTEND j) Understand the Spill Response and Reporting
Procedures
This program is suitable for HSSE
Manager/Executive, HR Manager/Executive, METHODOLOGY
Engineering/Maintenance Manager/Executive,
Safety & Health Officers, Safety & Health This stimulating program will maximize the
Committee Members, Fire & Rescue Squad understanding and learning through lectures with
Members, First Aids Members, Spill Response case studies from both local and overseas. Videos
& Control Team Members, Maintenance and to enhance understanding of each subject matter.
Security personnel.
TRAINING PROPOSAL
SAFE CHEMICALS HANDLING AND SPILLAGE
PROGRAM OUTLINE (DAY 1) PROGRAM OUTLINE (DAY 2)
1. OVERVIEW OF SAFETY & HEALTH 5. MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES FOR
a) Introduction To OSH CHEMICAL SAFETY IN MALAYSIA
b) Why OSH Is Important? a) Information: MSDS/CSDS/SDS
c) Hazard b) Warning Signs & Record Keeping
d) Risk c) Personal Protective Equipment
e) Causes Of Accident 6. SCHEDULED WASTES MANAGEMENT
f) Why Manage Safety? a) Scheduled Wastes
2. STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS FOR b) Classification Of Scheduled Wastes
CHEMICAL SAFETY IN MALAYSIA c) Notification Of Scheduled Wastes
a) OSHA 1994- USECCH Regulation 2000 d) Disposal Of Scheduled Wastes
b) EQA 1974- Schedule Waste Regulation 2005 e) Treatment Of Scheduled Wastes
3. INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL SAFETY 7. DEFINITION AND TYPES OF SPILLAGE
a) Hazardous Chemicals a) Chemical Spillage – Definition
b) Chemical Effect b) Causes Of Chemicals Spillage
c) The Important Of Chemical Safety c) The 3 Types Of Chemical Spillage
d) Chemical Used In Workplace d) Minor Spills
e) Dangerous Good Classification e) Typical Minor Spills
f) Physico-Chemical Properties f) Major Spills
g) Health Effects g) Typical Major Spills
h) Chemical Adverse Effects h) Complicated Spills
i) Representation Of Mechanism Of Toxicity i) Typical Complicated Spills
j) Routes Of Entry 8. CHEMICAL SPILL RESPONSE & CLEAN UP
k) Concentration And Type Of Exposure PROCEDURES
l) Effect Of Toxic Substances a) Preplanning Procedures
m) Evaluate Exposure b) Type Of Commercial Spillage Kits
4. MANAGEMENT OF CHEMICALS HEALTH c) Spillage Emergency Response Procedures
RISK AT THE WORKPLACE d) Liquid Chemical Spill
a) Permissible Exposure Limits e) Powder Chemical Spill
b) Chemicals Health Risk Assessment f) Control Plan
c) Monitoring Of Exposure At The Workplace g) Discussion
d) Health Surveillance & Medical Removal 9. SPILL RESPONSE PROCEDURES
Protection a) Practical Exercise
TRAINER
PROFILE

MR. KANTHILAL HANSRAJ

Mr. Kantilal is a HRDF certified corporate trainer and attached with Global Corporate
Academy Sdn Bhd. He earned his B.Sc (Hons) in Electronics Engineering from University
of Hull, UK in 1982 and obtained his MBA from International Islamic University Malaysia
in 2001. He is a Member of Malaysian Society for Occupational Safety and Health,
Member of the Institute of Engineers, Malaysia and registered with the Board of
Engineers, Malaysia as a Professional Engineer (PE).

Mr. Kantilal started his career in 1983 as a project engineer for an offshore company
where he was providing radio and satellite navigation systems, seismic and hydrographic
surveying equipment and services to the marine/oil and gas industry. In 1989, he was
head hunted by Aluminum Co. of Malaysia (ALCOM), where he spend 25 years of his
professional career and his last position was Senior Manager for Engineering,
Maintenance and Reliability.

Mr. Kantilal has conducted lectures for private institutions and has conducted over 100
training programs for the industry. He has conducted training programs in Malaysia,
Vietnam, India and recently he has done a training project in United Arab Emirates. His
fast paced solutions, creative techniques and innovative ideas have led him to earn
praises from participants. He is very dedication and passionate about training and
development.

His forte is in Health and Safety Trainings in the area of Emergency Response Planning,
Job Hazard Analysis, Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment & Control, Fire Protection,
ERP for Chemical Spills, Working on Heights, Forklift Operations, General Health &
Safety at workplace.
TRAINING PROPOSAL
PROPOSED TRAINING PROGRAM DETAILS AMOUNT

Program Safe Chemical Handling & Spillage RM 10,000.00

Duration 2 Days

Dates 20th & 21st Sep 2017

Timing 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Package RM5000 X 2 Days

No of Participants 20

Travelling Not Applicable RM0.00

Accommodation Not Applicable RM0.00

TOTAL RM10,000.0

NOTE:

1. Kindly note that this training proposal is meant for the in-house training program and as
such the training facilities will be provided by client.
2. Aspire will provide all the participants a comprehensive training material and one
complementary set for management reference.
3. The proposed training program is HRDF claimable under SBL scheme and as such clients
can utilize the training fund under the HRDF if the company is registered with HRDF.
4. The date of the training program will be mutually agreed between both parties before
formal confirmation of the propose training.
5. Every participant will receive a Certificate of Participation from Aspire Academy Sdn Bhd
upon successful completion of the program.
6. Aspire will conduct training evaluation to measure the level of customer satisfaction and
to asses the effectiveness of the training program.
7. In the event the training is conducted outside the KL or Selangor, Aspire will charge
RM1000 for the travelling & Accommodation of the Trainer.
TRAINING
CONFIRMATION SLIP

Kindly fill up this confirmation slip and send it to Aspire Academy Sdn Bhd via email
at enquiries.aspire@yahoo.com to confirm the proposed training program.

Please note that Aspire Academy Sdn Bhd will issue the official payment invoice upon receipt of this
confirmation slip.

Date:

PROPOSED TRAINING PROGRAM DETAILS AMOUNT

Program Safe Chemical Handling & Spillage RM 10,000.00

Duration 2 Days

Dates 20th & 21st Sep 2017

Timing 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Package RM5000 X 2 Days

No of Participants 20

Travelling Not Applicable RM0.00

Accommodation Not Applicable RM0.00

TOTAL RM10,000.0

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