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الإسم: ASAN SAZ INSPECTION SERVICES

   

   Our business philosophy is:                                                                      

a)         To assist our customers to promptly Awareness training .

b)         To develop and empower our staff to exercise initiative and creativity in their work.

Mission, Core Values and Vision:

          Mission

To Protect Lives , Limbs of People and equipments through a high quality of the training

          Vision

To Create A Safe World For Everyone

          Core Values

While carrying out our work, (Asan Saz Inspection Services) will consistently uphold its business core values, which are:

          TRUST

          EXCELLENCE 

          CREDIBILITY

          TEAMWORK

The Law and You

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•           The Regulations governing the Duties and Responsibilities of Employers and the Self Employed are becoming ever more complex and stringent.This is especially true when considering your Health and Safety obligations.

We at Asan Saz Inspection Services Training Services are dedicated to assisting you maintain a safe working environment by achieving operator competence and heightened levels of safety awarness amongst your emplyees.Don’t compromise on Health&Safety .

 

Contents

1.         Lifting Equipment Inspection Training Courses

2.         Management of Lifting Operations

(BS7121-Appointed Person)

3.         Manual Handling Awareness Training Course

4.         Forklift Operator Training Course & Assessment.

5.         Fork Lift Truck - Refresher/Re-certification Training Course.

6.         Mobile Crane Operator Training Course & Assessment.

7.         Mobile Crane - Refresher/Re-certification Training Course.

8.         Overhead Gantry Crane Training Course & Assessment.

9.         Rigging & Slinging Training Course.

10.       Slinger / Banks Man/ signaler Training Course.

11.       Working at Height Training Course.

12.       Dropped Object Awareness and Prevention Training Course.

13.       First Aid, Fire Fighting, Defensive Driving DDT, Hazmat, H2S

Lifting Equipment Inspection Training Courses

Introduction

This course is aimed at personnel who are responsible for acquiring, issuing, storage and inspection of Lifting Equipment & Accessories.

Aims

Provide a Working knowledge of Relevant Legislation.

Improve Attitude & Product Knowledge

Develop Safe Working Practices

Install Safe Methods of Work and Increase Safety Awareness

Objectives

On completion of the course, the trainee will be aware of the safe practices and proper procedures required when inspecting Lifting Tackle & Accessories including recording and keeping of records as required by statutory provision (PUWER & LOLER)

The Course Covers

            The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 (HSW Act)

            The Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regs 1998 (PUWER)

            The Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regs 1998 (LOLER)

            Lifting Equipment Engineers Association’s Code of Practice (LEEA)

            Inspection and Thorough Examination of:

          Chain slings

          Wire Rope Slings

          Flat Web & Round Slings

          Shackles

          Eyebolts

          Chain Blocks

          Pull-Lifts

          Tirfors

            Duties of the Responsible Person; Recording & Keeping of Records

Course Duration

Normally 3 days. Subject to requirements

Venue

On-site at your location – we would need suitable classroom facilities With Desks & Chairs and sufficient room to use a Projector onto a blank wall also workshop type facilities with various Lifting Equipment and other equipment as required.

Max delegates

Six per course

*Management of Lifting Operations

(BS7121-Appointed Person) Training Course

Introduction

This course is aimed at personnel who will be responsible for the Planning of Lifting Operations using Mobile Cranes as stated in “BS7121 – Safe Use of Cranes” and is based on the assumption that each delegate has some basic experience in cranage and slinging. On that basis the level of the course has been compiled to give each delegate the necessary knowledge and understanding of his duties to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the selection and the safe and proper use of mobile cranes and related lifting equipment.

Aims & Objectives

On completion of the course, each Delegate will have a working knowledge of relevant legislation and will be conversant in producing valid risk assessments and method statements and ensuring the safe and proper use of Mobile Cranes and other relevant Lifting Equipment

The Course Covers

          The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974

          The Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regs 1998

          The Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regs 1998

          BS7121 Part 1 : Safe use of Cranes

          Duties of the Health & Safety Executive

          Site Safety Awareness : Safety Management : Accidents - Case History’s

          Slinging Techniques : Weight Estimation : Inspection of Lifting Equipment

          Selection and Siting of a suitable Crane

          Management and Planning of the Lifting Operation

          Inspection for all lifting Accessories.

          Crane signal and slinging assessment.

 

 

 

 

 

*Manual Handling Awareness Training Course

Introduction

Statistics show that over 25% of reported accidents in the workplace are due to the improper handling of heavy loads.

Under the new Manual Handling Operations Regulations that came into force on 1st January 1993 employers are required to make an assessment of all manual handling operations and to take remedial action where there is an identifiable risk to employees.

Aims

Participants will be able to lift and handle reasonable loads safely and efficiently, minimizing the risk of injury and cumulative strain.

The Course Covers

          The Manual Handling Regulations

          The causes of injury and strain when handling loads

          Assessment of individual safe limits

          Kinetic principles of lifting and handling loads

          Practice in lifting and handling loads

          Accident statistics

          Group lifting

Course Duration

One Day

Certification

Certificate of Attendance

 

 

 

 

* Forklift Operator Training Course & Assessment.

 Introduction

This practical course is for existing fork lift truck operators who have been continuously operating fork lift trucks for a minimum of six months or operators who have little or no experience.

Aims

To enable participants to acquire the skills and knowledge to operate fork lift trucks safely and effectively and to take the test.

The Course Covers

          The Health & Safety at Work Act and its implications

          FLT Operators Safety Code

          Introduction to Fork Lift Trucks

          Manoevering in open and confined spaces

          Stacking and destacking pallets at varying heights

          Stacking and destacking corner post pallets

          Daily checks and Weekly Check for FLT.

          Practical test

Course Duration

One Day

Certification

Certificate on passing the test

 

 

 

 

 

*Fork Lift Truck - Refresher/Re-certification Training Course.

Introduction

This practical course is for existing fork lift truck operators who have previously passed the test. Fork lift truck operators are recommended to take this course at three year intervals.

Aims

To remind participants of the need for and the methods of correct and safe operation of fork lift trucks and to re-take the test.

The Course Covers

          The Health & Safety at Work Act and its implications

          FLT Operators Safety Code

          Maneuvering in confined spaces

          Stacking and destacking procedures

          Practical test

Course Duration

One Day

Certification

Certificate on passing the test.

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Mobile Crane Operator Training Course & Assessment.

Introduction

This practical course is for existing Mobile Crane operators who have been continuously operating fork Mobile Crane for a minimum of six months or operators who have little or no experience.

Aims

To enable participants to acquire the skills and knowledge to operate Mobile Crane safely and effectively and to take the test.

The Course Covers

          The Health & Safety at Work Act and its implications

          Mobile Crane Operators Safety Code

          Introduction to Mobile Cranes

          Introduction to Rigging and Slinging

          Introduction to Banks Man and signaler

          Introduction to Crane safety Signal

          Daily checks and Weekly check for Mobile Cranes

          Practical test

Course Duration

Two Days

Certification

Certificate on passing the test

 

 

 

 

 

*Mobile Crane - Refresher/Re-certification Training Course.

 

Introduction

This practical course is for existing Mobile Crane operators who have previously passed the test. Mobile Cranes operators are recommended to take this course at three year intervals.

Aims

To remind participants of the need for and the methods of correct and safe operation of Mobile Cranes and to re-take the test.

The Course Covers

          The Health & Safety at Work Act and its implications

          Mobile Crane Operators Safety Code

          Mobile Cranes Introduction Refresh

          Rigging and Slinging Introduction Refresh

          Banks Man and signaler Introduction Refresh

          Crane safety Signal Introduction Refresh

          Practical test

Course Duration

One Day

Certification

Certificate on passing the test.

 

 

 

 

 

*Overhead Gantry Crane Training Course & Assessment.

Introduction

This course is for trainees who are using overhead gantry cranes as part of their job.

Course Topics

          Introduction & Aims

          Current Legislation (Inc LOLER 98)

          Pre Use Checks & Maintenance

          Safe Operations of Gantry Cranes

          Introduction to Work Equipment

          Basic Slinging & Signals

          Raising, Transporting & landing a Load

          Lifting Plans

          Theoretical Assessment

          Practical Training & Assessment

Course Duration

Novice Delegates - Two Days

Experienced Delegates - One Day

Refresher Delegates - One Day

Assessment Only - One Day

People Per Course

Maximum of 4 People

Certification

Each trainee will have to demonstrate the safe use of the equipment by satisfactorily completing a test of theoretical knowledge and practical skills.

 

 

 

 

*Rigging & Slinging Training Course.

Introduction

Correct procedures when slinging and lifting heavy loads and awkwardly shaped equipment are vital to ensure safety of operators and the public. This short course is designed to familiarize personnel with various types of slinging and lifting equipment and legislation respecting their use.

Aims

To help participants to appreciate the mandatory procedures relating to slinging and lifting, and the advantages and disadvantages of various types of equipment.

The Course Covers

          Safety and legislation

          Safe methods of slinging

          Angles and their importance

          Inspection of and reporting on lifting equipment

          Weight calculations

          Safe working practices

          Strengths and weaknesses of various types of lifting tackle.

Course Duration

One day: Classroom

Two days: Classroom and Practical

Three days: Classroom, Practical and Inspection.

Max students: Six

Certification

Certificate of Attendance

 

 

 

 

*Slinger/Banksman/Signaller Course

Aims

To teach the slinger to safely sling and signal to cranes of various types.

Objectives

On completion of the course the slinger will know:

          The statutory duties under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and other relevant legislation

          Correct slinging procedures and signalling techniques

          The importance of weight, centre of gravity and sling and angles in relation to the safe working load of the lifting tackle.

          Potential hazards associated with lifting operations and how to overcome them

Ratios

One crane. Maximum of four delegates.

Course Duration

One day for experience staff

Two days for novices

Entry Qualifications

Candidates must be over 18 years of age and must be medically fit.

Certification

Certificate of Attendance

 

 

 

 

*Working at Hight Training Course

Introduction

Delegates will be briefed on the scope of the Working at Height Regulations and the safety measures required, while undertaking work at height, where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury.

Course Aims

            To enable attendees to understand and implement the WAH Regs.   

            To enable attendees to recognise the issues that must be considered in a Risk Assessment for Working at Height.  

            To enable attendees to select and manage the most appropriate forms of protective measures to minimise injury. 

The Course Covers

          Outlining the requirements and purpose of the Working at Height Regulations and covering associated legislation, EC Directives intended on saving lives

          Clarifying and defining what working at height covers, organising, planning and competence

          Highlighting the duties of the employer and employee

          Assessing the potential risks and risk reduction

          Selecting the correct equipment for the job

          Safe use and inspection of equipment

          Bad practice and your responsibilities

          Employer duties, how to determine whether compliance is achieved and Working at Height Risk Assessment. 

Course Duration

One day

Course Certification

 

 

*Dropped Object Awareness and Prevention Training Course.

Certificate of Attendance

 

Introduction

   PURPOSE:

              To raise awareness of potential dropped objects

              To explore methods for the control and prevention of dropped objects

              To recognise your personal responsibilities for the prevention of dropped objects

Aims

To help The Employees :

•           To understand and define what is a potential dropped object

•           To know how to identify a potential dropped object and the common causes

•           To review methods for the control and prevention of potential dropped objects

•           To clearly understand roles and responsibilities in respect of potential dropped objects

•           To consider options for maintaining awareness and continuous improvement in fight against dropped objects

The Course Covers

          Understanding Dropped Objects

          Controlling and Preventing Dropped Objects

          Roles and Responsibilities

          Interactive Workshop

          Closing Summary.

Course Duration

One day: Classroom

Two days: Classroom and Practical

Max students: Six

Certification

Certificate of Attendance  

 

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