- Price AED 800
- Duration 1 Day
- Timings 09:00am - 5:00pm
- Locations Bur Dubai, Mussafah
Working Safely is for a 1-day course for people at any level, in any sector, needing a grounding in the essentials of health and safety.
This course is ideal for introducing staff to why health and safety is important and shows how everyone can make a difference to their own well being and that of others through everyday behaviours. Fun and interactive, the course focuses on best practice rather than legislation.
- Introducing working safely
- Defining hazard and risk
- Identifying common hazards
- Improving safety performance
- Protecting our environment
- A 10 question, multiple-choice assessment paper.
- Three hazard spotting exercises.
- When you pass, you'll be awarded an IOSH Working safely certificate and/or IOSH Working Safely Passport.
Established as a training solutions provider focusing on Health, Safety and Environment areas, Speed Way Safety Training Centre LLC (SWSTC) conforms to international standards and complies with the laws and regulations in the U.A.E. SWSTC is competent to serve a highly divergent organizational spectrum covering oil & gas, construction, engineering, hospitality, and extending across a number of other business segments. We offer internationally recognized accredited courses from globally renowned Safety Health and Environment organizations, in addition to soft skills training and bespoke training solutions that aims to excel at both individual and corporate levels. Our commitment is to ensure continuing professional services in line with the best business practices, current HSE requirements and the most advanced world class standards. Our team of highly qualified consultants and training personnel deliver state of the art training in English as well as other languages including Arabic and Hindi.See all Speed Way Safety Training Centre LLC courses
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