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Health and Safety Representative Training

By | SHEQ Training Catalogue | No Comments

The workshop outlines the rights and duties of health and safety representatives in terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993. On completion of this one day workshop delegates will have a thorough knowledge and understanding of their functions and responsibilities when identifying hazards and risks at the workplace, conducting regular inspections, assisting management with incident investigations and attending health and safety committee meetings.

The workshop will cover

  • The purpose and scope of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • The legal responsibilities of employers and employees in terms of the Act
  • The importance of a health and safety policy
  • Functions of health and safety representatives
  • Functions of health and safety committees
  • How to conduct a workplace inspection
  • How to hold effective health and safety committee meetings

Who should attend?

  • Health and Safety Representatives
  • Shop stewards
  • Other interested employees
  • Supervisors, Team Leaders, Managers

Legal Liability Training

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This course is designed to assist organizations to avoid penalties as a result of non-compliance. The workshop covers all SHEQ related legislation, with a focus on legal requirements and consequences for non-compliance. Case studies and industry specific scenarios are used to illustrate the extent to which various role players are liable.

The workshop will cover

  • Types of liability
  • An overview of SHEQ legislation
  • Quality standards and legal requirements
  • Legal obligations of various role players
  • Consequences of non-compliance

Who should attend?

  • Directors, Executives and Senior Managers
  • HR Practitioners
  • Supervisors
  • Employee representatives

COIDA Amendment Bill

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The workshop outlines management’s obligations in terms of the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act. At the end of the workshop, delegates will have a sound knowledge and understanding of what the legal requirements are regarding employer and employee obligations, the right to compensation, claim procedures and independent contractors in terms of the Act.

The workshop will cover

The purpose and scope of COID Act

How does negligence affect compensation?

The Employer and employee obligations in terms of the COID Act

Claim procedures for occupational injuries and diseases

Occupational diseases and claims

What about contractors and their employees?

Case Studies: Court decisions involving compensation

Who should attend?

  • Supervisors
  • Health and Safety Representatives
  • Health and Safety Managers
  • Safety Officers

Health Practitioners

16.4 appointees

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Non-compliance with SHE legislation is the reason why employers fear any law enforcement drives such as the DoL’s annual Safety Blitz. One of the main duties of an employer is to ensure that ALL legislative requirements are complied with, or otherwise face the consequences thereof.

The workshop will cover

  • Duties of the CEO
    • Requirements regarding 16.2 Assignees
    • Duties of employers
    • Establishing an effective Health and Safety Structure
    • Measurement & Monitoring of HS compliance
    • Evaluation of HS performance

The workshop will cover the following legislation:

  • OHS Act 85 of 1993
    • COID Act 130 of 1993
    • Environmental legislation
    • Municipal by laws

Business Improvement Workshop

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This facilitated “Action Learning” workshop uses highly-innovative business initiatives in conjunction with powerful improvement material. Its goal is to illustrate the importance of improvement measures and clear strategies for implementing continuous improvement and breakthrough financial priorities.

The process draws from a wealth of material related to all styles of leadership / management styles. The power of the process however is in its practical nature and there is direct focus on “making more money” in all businesses with specific application to the Manufacturing Sector.

The workshop will cover

  • Business orientation
  • Supply chain profitability optimization (practical)
  • Voice of the customer, process and supplier
  • The 6 strategic business questions to optimise profitability
  • Productivity measurements and benchmarks
  • Quality cost focus
  • Customised training
  • “Employee ownership” (The 40% productivity gap in SA)
  • Business dashboards and management control tools
  • The “Super 7” concept of business management
  • Problem solving
  • Fast tracking improvement

Who should attend?

  • Executives
  • Senior Managers
  • Managing Directors
  • Managers and those directly involved with cost reduction and “making more money”

Government Incentives and Import and Export Foreign exchange

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At this event experts will look at an overview of Government Cash Investment Incentives available to manufacturers as well as opportunities for importers and exporters in terms of foreign exchange. The workshop will benefit companies looking at additional spend in terms of their manufacturing facilities, as well as any exposure to currency volatility.

The workshop will cover

  • Government incentives for manufacturing companies;
  • How incentives can be accessed;
  • Assistance provided through the process; and
  • Foreign exchange opportunities.

Who should attend?

  • Entrepreneurs
  • SMMEs
  • Managing Directors
  • Financial Directors
  • Senior Managers

Those directly involved with applications for government incentives and foreign exchange transactions.

The dti Incentive Schemes

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The workshop will look at the different incentives schemes available from the dti to companies in the metals and engineering industries

Who should attend?

  • Executives
  • Senior Managers
  • Managing Directors
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Managers
  • Entrepreneurs and those directly involved with applications for government incentives
The workshop will cover
  • Automotive Investment Scheme(AIS)
  • Capital Projects Feasibility Programme
  • Critical Infrastructure Programme (CIP)
  • Manufacturing Competitiveness Enhancement Programme (MCEP)
  • People-Carrier Automotive Incentive Scheme (P-AIS)
  • Section 12I Tax Allowance Incentive (12I)
  • Support Programme for Industrial Innovation (SPII)
  • Export Marketing Investment Assistance (EMIA)

Theory and Calculation of Contract Price Adjustment

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The interest in price indices and the importance of these indices has grown rapidly over the past couple of decades.A sound practical knowledge of indices has therefore become essential for business in the tender and contracts environment.

The Theory and Calculation of Contract Price Adjustment Workshop provides a systematic explanation of the full range of indices used in Contract Price Adjustment, practical application of indices and formulas and how to derive the most value from the practice.

In this workshop you will learn how to analyse and maintain:

  • Cost increases in your business
  • Optimal cost recovery and management
  • Sustaining profit margins through the use of the SEIFSA – Price and Index Pages (PIPS)
  • Opportunities for cost reduction

Who should attend?

  • All people involved in contract negotiations and pricing
  • Procurement Managers
  • Contract Managers
  • Buyers
  • Marketing and sales teams
  • Suppliers to government, parastatals and large corporate companies

The workshop will cover

Session 1

Schematic overview of the theory and calculation of contract price adjustment.
Recovery of cost increases.
A detailed guide to the SEIFSA Price and Index Pages.
The components of price adjustment formulas.

Session 2

The use of price adjustment formulas.
Formula components.
Fixed portions in contracts.
The construction of price adjustment formulas.
Practical exercise.

Included in the fees

  • Course material
  • Certificate of attendance
  • Refreshments

Lunch

Labour/union/employee Representative Training

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This brand new one-day workshop introduces the nominated Labour Representative Skills Development Facilitator (SDF) to the skills development landscape – in order to understand the individual and group roles and responsibilities.

This practical workshop covers all the Department of Higher Education and Training legislative and Merseta requirements that the Labour Representative SDF must know and understand in order to participate effectively. Key outcomes include understanding the role of the training committee as well as managing effective consultation on all skills development related matters.

Attendance is essential for the appointed Labour Representative Skills Development Facilitator (SDF) nominated through the Training Committee. The workshop will also be valuable to any employee representatives nominated to serve on their company’s training committee particularly in the changing skills development environment.

The workshop will cover

  • The skills development legislation
  • The Merseta
  • The Skills Development Facilitator
  • The Labour Representative Skills Development Facilitator (SDF)
  • The levy grant amendments
  • The skills planning process
  • The training committee
  • A guide to consultation
  • Introduction to the Seta Management System (SMS)

Training Committee Training

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This training session is offered upon request from companies on an in-house basis. It provides a guide to facilitate and co-ordinate the effective consultation of training committee members at the workplace.  The session enables a full understanding of all the requirements and responsibilities of training committee members in order to enable the skills planning process, sign-off of the workplace skills plan and annual training report, PIVOTAL plan and PIVOTAL training report submission requirements for Merseta.

Who should attend?

This training is essential for the nominated person who are members of the Training Committee as well as the Skills Development Facilitator (SDF). The workshop is valuable to any labour representatives nominated to serve on the company’s training committee particularly in the always changing skills development environment.

The workshop will cover

  • Skills Development Legislation
  • Merseta
  • Skills Development Facilitator
  • Levy grant amendments
  • Skills Planning Process
  • The training committee

A guide to consultation