A. Fire safety awareness training:
The training will not only equip your employees with necessary fire and rescue skills and emergency response skills, but it will also make your company/business have a sense of security in protection against fire and loss of life.
Upon completion of training employers will be assured that their employees are fully trained and equipped in taking responsibility in the event of a fire or accident.
B. First aid at work:
In order to comply with safety provisions and regulation as per the occupational health and safety OHS, this training ensures that employees are equiped with knowledge in first care. This training is undertaken for for 3 days and is both theoretical and practical.
C. Emergency first aid:
This is a one (1) day basic first aid training aimed at employees who want to attain basic knowledge in first Aid. The training also acts a refresher to those with knowledge in first aid.
D. Occupation health and safety training:
This training is about ensuring safe and healthy working conditions, preventing illness and injury in the workplace. The training is for companies persuing a statutory H&S training. It is intended for the organization/company’s Health and Safety Committee, Security teams and environmental officers, safety trainers and assessors, human resource practitioners, safety officers and HSSE officers.
E. Fire marshals training:
This course provides ‘refresher training’ for staff with a designated responsibility as fire warden or fire marshal, to ensure that they can continue to carry out their duties relating to fire safety and emergency procedures. We recommend that fire wardens receive refresher training at least every one year.
F. Shallow Water Attendant or Lagoon Attendant:
To teach participants the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies in shallow water up to 4 feet deep. The course content and activities prepare participants to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent drowning and injuries in shallow water. This course is not intended for the shallow part of an area or attraction that also has deeper water.