The purpose of this qualification is to allow Junior Personnel and elected candidated to progress towards a position of farm laboures (operators) with specific reference to Plant Production. The contextualized purpose and usage of the qualification.
This qualification provides learners with a firm foundation of portable skills with which to enter the horticultural industry in its broadest sense, or if already employed in the industry, be able to look forward to a career path in any sector of the industry.
· The basic differences between the various plants.
Health and Safety Induction videos serves to train and inform staff, visitors and contractors of the Hazardous processes, Hazardous material, noise zones or any potential hazards they may encounter while at work or during a visit to the site.
Such videos are equally necessary as they serve to orientate and induct the new staff within the organisation.
This course focuses on the prevention and the control of fires at work
· Understand the common causes of fires at work
· Understand the chemistry of fire and combustion
· Describe the classification of fires and identify associated fuel sources
· Understanding the types of extinguishing Mediums and select the appropriate medium during a fire
· Understand the techniques to apply when fighting a fire.
· Demonstrate the ability of using the available equipment (extinguishers, hose reels, hydrants, foam,
Clients may nominate the various courses that they wish to train their employees on.
These courses are then developed or tailor made based on their operational risks.
Courses are further aligned to Client Specific policies and procedures which may be included on the
courseware or training material.
Relevant unit standards will be aligned into the courseware or training material.
(Inclusive of Advanced Health and Safety Training Course).
Learners will learn to apply safety, health and environmental principles and procedures in a workplace to
contribute to safe and healthy working environment and to assist management in implementing
SHE management programs in the workplace.
South African Legislation
·OSH Act 85/1993
·Duties and Responsibilities of Employers
·Employer’s Responsibilities to the She Rep
·Duties of employess
·Election of SHE REP
·Requirements for appointing a She Rep
·Funtions of a SHE Rep
·Department of Labour
This course focuses on safe manual handling procedures. Employees are able to work in a safely and
competently with loads thereby preventing incidents to their backs or other lifting areas of the human body.
An International course based on the OHS Administration [USA]. Learners will become familiar with energy control systems at work. Learn all about energy sources and ways of positive isolation
[Company specifics may be integrated into courseware]
An intermediate course designed to make learners aware on hazardous chemical substances and the
application of material safety data sheets. Understand the human anatomy and the effects chemicals have on the human body.
This course will equip food handlers with essential knowledge on all Health and Safety issues pertaining
to the food industry especially in an industrial kitchen environment
· Importance of hygiene.
· Legal requirements.
· Diseases associated with various meat and vegetables.
· Proper utensil and equipment
· Dress code and hygiene practices
· Customer care
· Food storage
This workshop focuses on chlorine and chlorine related Systems and the responsibility attached to such
· Understanding the Legal and company requirements pertaining to chlorine
· Understanding the hazards and risks associated chlorine
· Read and interpret the chemical data sheets for chlorine
This forward-looking taxation will stimulate many jobs in the carbon and energy services sector, which this course will help you prepare for. You will understand the science behind global warming and the role that you can play to make a difference to the future of our planet. You will learn a life skill that will allow you to work anywhere in the world, by analysing the carbon footprint of a company.