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Course: Occupational Safety and Health Aspects of Leather Manufacturing
Course: Occupational Safety and Health Aspects of Leather Manufacturing - This training programme has been primarily designed for a wide range of people involved in the leather industry: from owners and tanners to managers and supervisors to tannery workers and technicians. Some parts of the training can be used by participants as self-study material. The training can also help in an exchange of ideas on how to improve the occupational safety and health standards at work in the tanneries and effluent treatment plants.
WHY IS SAFETY TRAINING IMPORTANT?
Safety training for employees is important because it reduces workplace injuries, boosts productivity, and creates a safer workplace.
WHY DO STAFF NEED THIS COURSE?
Employers have a legal responsibility to provide key safety information to staff. Your staff need to understand Health & Safety basics in the workplace. The Health & Safety Awareness Course will deliver exactly that and provide your business with legal compliance.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
All practitioners involved in the leather industry but the core principles are applicable to all industries.
This interactive course introduces the participant to many aspects of the Health & Safety at Work and is intended to help raise safety standards and awareness. Blended learning, group activities, case studies, etc will introduce key components and strategies to managing safety effectively.
The OSHALM Training is a blended learning programme which comprises classroom and online/self-paced components.
The course curriculum is structured into the following eight modules
The Health & Safety Awareness Course is perfect for delivering safety awareness information to your staff.
Safety training is more than just a vital tool to keep your company compliant – it’s also an opportunity to foster a strong safety culture throughout the entire organization to make compliance the priority from the start.
Course link: https://learning.unido.org/course/view.php?id=141
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