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KAV services We have a team of experienced and dedicated Workplace Safety and Health Officers (WSH Officers), or more commonly known simply as Safety Officers, as well as Safety Supervisors and Safety Coordinators, to serve your safety and health needs.

WE PROVIDE A WIDE RANGE OF SAFETY & HEALTH SERVICES IN VARIOUS INDUSTRIES. SOME OF THE SERVICES ARE:

  1. COMPANY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING
  2. BASIC FIRE FIGHTING TRAINING
  3. SCBA TRAINING
  4. CHEMICAL SPILL TRAINING
  5. SEARCH & RESCUE TRAINING
  6. CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING
  7. WSH COMMITTEE TRAINING



Company Emergency Response Training

Course Synopsis:
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the hazards of fire, chemicals and confined spaces
  2. Operate the gas meter and don breathing apparatus
  3. Carry out emergency response for fire and chemical spillage and CPR
  4. Conduct search and recue

What Participants Will Learn:

  1. SCDF requirements for CERT
  2. Theory of Combustion
  3. Fire Fighting Equipment
  4. Fire Fighting Techniques
  5. Hazards of Chemicals
  6. Spill Response Equipment
  7. Spill Response Procedure
  8. Hazards of Confined Spaces
  9. Precautions for working in confined spaces
  10. Search and rescue techniques
  11. Personal Protective Equipment
  12. Basic First Aid & CPR

Pre-Requisites:
Participants must be fit and without any history of heart and lung ailment

Course Duration:
2 days (14 hours)

Training Venue:
No. 10 Tuas Avenue 13
(2-way transport is provided from Joo Koon MRT station)

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WSH Committee Members’ Training
(incorporating the new WSH Committee Regulations)

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Objective:
By the end of the course, the participants should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the basic requirements under the WSH Act and its subsidiary legislation
  2. Explain the role of the WSH Committee members
  3. Carry out hazard identification and risk assessment, and propose control measures
  4. Discuss the procedures for accident investigation

Course Contents:

  1. Introduction to the legal requirements
  2. Role and Responsibility of the WSH committee
  3. Hazards in the workplace
  4. Occupational Health
  5. Risk Management
  6. Accident Investigation & Prevention
  7. Safety Inspection 8. Emergency Preparedness
 

Target Group
WSH Committee members

Training Schedule
27 & 28 July 2009

Duration
2 days (24 hours)

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Basic Fire Fighting Training

Objective:
At the end of the course, the participants should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the basic principles of fire and be able to put out small fires safely and effectively.

Course Contents:

  1. Principles of fire
  2. Types of fire
  3. Types of fire fighting equipment
  4. Fire fighting practical

Target Group
Employees nominated as company fire fighting team member

Duration
2 hours

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Basic Safety Awareness Training

Objective:
By the end of the course, the employees should be able to demonstrate an understanding of their duties and the basic safety requirements when they carry out their work.

Course Contents:

  1. Duties of the worker under the WSH Act
  2. Safety
    2.1. Safety – Values and Beliefs
    2.2. Machine Safety
    2.3. Electrical Safety
    2.4. Chemical Safety
    2.5. Material Handling Safety
    2.6. Hearing Conservation
    2.7. Forklift Safety
    2.8. Fire Safety
  3. Evacuation Procedure
  4. Accident and Industrial Dermatitis

NOTE: The contents will be customized to meet the need of individual workplace.

Target Group
All employees

Duration
2 hours

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Chemical Safety Training

Objective:
At the end of the course, the participants should be able to:

  1. Explain the legal requirements for chemical handling.
  2. Demonstrate understanding of the safety data sheet (SDS).
  3. Explain the specific hazards of some common hazardous substances.
  4. Explain the precautions to be taken to prevent excessive exposure to hazardous substances.

Course Contents:

  1. Introduction
  2. Classification of Chemicals
  3. Legal Requirements
  4. Hazards of Chemicals
  5. Control of Chemical Hazards

Target Group
Supervisors & workers handling chemicals

Duration
4 hours

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Chemical Spill Response Training

Objective:
To provide the participants with the necessary knowledge and skill so as to respond effectively in case of a chemical spill.

Course Contents:

  1. Hazards of Chemicals
  2. Spill Response Equipment
  3. Spill Response Procedure
  4. Disposal

Target Group
Employees handling chemicals / chemical spill response team members=

Duration
2 hours

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For enquiries, please contact:
Mr Abdul Gaffor
Tel:  (65) 6786 3771
HP: (65) 9188 7922
e-mail: enquiry@kavservices.sg