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SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER COURSE (SHO) – Open for intake

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We are fully accredited by DOSH: JKKP IS 127/438/3-85 (6)

We offering you SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER COURSE CERTIFICATE
EMPLOYEE or GENERAL WORKER in ANY INDUSTRIES
STRUKTUR YURAN SHO COURSE CERNA MINDA SDN BHD:
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CASH PAYMENT TERM
Registration Fee : RM 200
Module Fee : RM 4040 (Cash/ 3 times payment)
Examination Fee : RM 1007 (BAYAR KEPADA NIOSH)
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PTPK Loan
Registration Fee : RM 200
PTPK : RM 5200 (Exam + Module + Management)

We GUARANTEE you
Our TRAINER’s experience more than 10 Years in this FIELD!
Conducive CLASS environment!
Systematically well-DOCUMENTED & AUDIT approach!

TRAINER’s experienced (over 10 years);
Revision for EXAM, answering techniques and tips for SHO EXAMS are guided by instructors and it’s Include;
Trainers provide FREE REVIEW of the WPA;
Practical training is provided;
MODULE & NOTES approved by DOSH;
The use of bilingual (English and Bahasa Melayu);
The course includes SITE VISIT;
FREE BREAKFAST & LUNCH are available; and
We are committed to providing the best quality service to you

Introduction – The SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER course certificate provides organizations with course training and other OSH related training. As we are certified as HRDF training provider, we are strive to deliver very best in our specialization. We believe that “Customers measure us on what we will deliver”. Driven by this effort and passion in this field, we are solely focusing on the Safety and Health Officer Course Certificate as “we are from industries and we are giving back to industries”.

Objectives

1. Identify common hazards in the workplace and advise on appropriate remedial action;
2. Understand and comply with Malaysia’s Law on the foundations and frameworks for regulation of health and safety;
3. Assist in the preparation, review and monitoring of safety policy and procedures including pro-active and reactive strategies, training, audits and safety committees;
4. Investigate accidents and other incidents and prepare cost-effective proposals to prevent recurrence;
5. Communicate effectively on health and safety matters, including the use of reports
6. Describe human and organisational factors affecting health and safety performance assessment – for example, health & safety committee and culture;
7. Undertake effective workplace inspections and recommend cost effective remedial action;
8. Maintain records and information sources to advise management;
9. Advise on appropriate action to minimise fire risk and develop fire procedures;
10. Advise on the chemical and biological hazards and control;
11.Advise on safety in all industries.

Who Should Attend

Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Employees

Who have responsibility for managing environment, safety and health issues, as part of their day to day duties.

Phone / whatsapp: 017-2696798

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