OHS Part E – Legal Liability – Occupational Health & Safety Act Training Course ChrisAugust 9, 2021 Current Status Not Enrolled Price $R 1645.00 Get Started Take this Course Legal Liability Occupational Health & Safety Act Training Course This course on Legal Liability will guide you through all the necessary information to enable you to demonstrate knowledge & application Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993 (OHSA) (as amended) and the responsibilities of management in terms of the Act Jump to Course Content Accredited Course This course is accredited by Saiosh, SAQA aligned, and NQF Level 5. This course provides learners with 7 SAQA credits. Fully digital This course can be completed fully online, without the need for face-to-face training. Certificate on Completion You will be issued an Accredited Certificate on completion once you are found competent. Continual Feedback Assessments are placed throughout the course to provide constant feedback as an indication of understanding. Learn at your own pace This course can be completed in your own time, without the need to finish it all in one sitting. Mobile friendly This training programme can be completed on any mobile device, including phones and pads. Course description This course on Legal Liability forms part of a program that leads to certification against Unit Standard 242668 (Demonstrate knowledge and application of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993 (OHSA) (as amended) and the responsibilities of management in terms of the Act ).Competence is the ability to perform whole work roles, to the standards expected in employment, in a real working environment.There are three levels of competence:Foundational competence: an understanding of what you do and whyPractical competence: the ability to perform a set of tasks in an authentic contextReflexive competence: the ability to adapt to changed circumstances appropriately and responsibly, and to explain the reason behind the action PoE Workbook The learner PoE/Workbook must be completed to the best of your ability. You must be found competent on all the specific outcomes and programme requirements in order to obtain the certificate. To qualify and receive credits towards your qualification, a registered Assessor will conduct an evaluation and assessment of your portfolio of evidence and competency. This course is accredited by Saiosh SAIOSH Accredited SAQA Aligned SAQA Credits = 7 NQF Level 5 Course Overview Introduction This course on Legal Liability forms part of a program that leads to certification against Unit Standard 242668 (Demonstrate knowledge and application of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993 (OHSA) (as amended) and the responsibilities of management in terms of the Act ). Completion of the training course alone is not sufficient evidence of your competence for us to award you a certificate and the credits attached to this programme. Course Structure You have to complete the course sections and lessons in order to progress – that is, you need to complete Lesson 1 to access Lesson 2, and so forth. For this demonstration you’ll see we are able to access lessons without completing prior sections and lessons. This is for demonstration purposes only and will not be the case for you when you do this course. What You Will Cover Overview of the LegislationOHS Management SystemsThe ActThe ACT – Critical Sections Requirements No prior knowledge of Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment is requiredAn active internet connectionMathematics Literacy at NQF Level 4Communication at NQF Level 4 What our clients say 5/5 "This training course allowed me to accurately assess the risks at my warehouse, enabling us to fully comply with all rules. I would recommend this course to anyone that wants a well-rounded overall understanding on what they should be doing." This course was easy to navigate, even for me with my limited computer literacy. I was able to update my knowledge base in an easy way, all from the comfort of my own home – staying COVID safe. After acquiring an understanding on how risk assessments should be conducted, and hazards identified, my entire workplace has become a much safer environment, resulting in the overall happiness of my employees increasing.