National First Aid Academy schedule training courses all over South Africa.

FIRST AID
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FIRST AID

First Aid training levels 1, 2, 3 in accordance with regulations from the Department of Labour. Certificate for successful completion of level trained – valid for 3 Years.

FIRE CONTROL
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FIRE CONTROL

The purpose of this training course is to teach people of the dangers attached to fire, and how to deal with a basic fire hazard. How to react as quickly as possible to get the fire situation under control.

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
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OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

An explanation of the Act. with examples of specific industry use.This gives every one in the company the same knowladge on what the LAW requires them to do about Health and Safety.

First Aid

First Aid

  • Department of Labour Regulations
  • Practical skills thought
  • Manual for each student
  • Certificates issued
  • Registered with Dept. Labour
  • Has a CI number
Fire Control

Fire Control

  • Fire extinguisher types
  • Different applications
  • Fixed fire fighting equipment
  • Uses of fire fighting equipment
  • Methods of extinguishing
  • Maintenance
Health and Safety Representative

Health and Safety Representative

  • The LAW explained
  • Worker’s rights and obligations
  • Employer’s rights and obligations
  • Appointments in positions
  • Inspections carried out
  • Reports and meetings

         

  OUR COURSE IS ACCREDITED WITH

    DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR C.I. 394

 

News & Press: Announcements  

THE FUTURE OF FIRST AID TRAINING - DEFERMENT APPROVED

Monday, 13 August 2018   
 

THE FUTURE OF FIRST AID TRAINING

DEFERMENT APPROVED

 

As communicated in a previous newsletter dated 30 July 2018, the Saiosh Health and Safety Training Advisory Committee (SHASTAC) was to meet with Department of Labour and QCTO on the 7 August 2018, regarding the submission that was submitted to them requesting the deferment of Notice 1463.

That meeting did take place and here is the official statement from the meeting held:

“After consultation, Department of Labour has agreed to defer the implementation date of 22 August 2018, as indicated in Notice 1463 “Amended Notice of Direction in terms of Section 27(2) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, read with Regulation 3(4) of the General Safety Regulations” that was published in the Government Gazette (No 41350 dated 22 December 2017).

 

In the interim Department of Labour Approved Training Providers are to continue presenting first aid training as per the current approval requirements. Notification on processes to be implemented will be communicated once the matter has been finalised between DoL and QCTO (and their QAPs). Training Providers are still required to continue with their SETA accreditation applications and/ or submission of SETA accreditations to Department of Labour as per the Notice 1463.”

 

The work does not stop here and I wish to thank you all for your support and we will continue building the relationships developed with the Department of Labour, QCTO, HWSETA and other QAPs.

Regards

Graham Pearson

Chairperson: Saiosh Health and Safety Training Advisory Committee

(SHASTAC)

shastac@saiosh.co.za


"Saiosh - Keeping You Informed"

 

CLIENT FEEDBACK

What do our Clients saying about us?

  • Hi Cheryl, The course was great, Rose explained everything so practical that all can understand what to do. We have really enjoyed the course and the people have learned a lot. The practical was a lot of fun and were enjoyed a lot. Kind regards
    Hannelie de Beer - National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications // Occupational Health & Safety Officer
  • Anne-Marie, Mapule was extremely efficient and detailed. She showed extreme professionalism with the training and was open to discussions as well. We all had a great time with this week’s training and wouldn’t mind having her again as a facilitator. Appreciated her time and training the AEC team. Thanks
    Ashnie Govender - AEC- Amersham SOC LTD // Shipping & Costings
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