INTEREST FORM

This educational program aims at providing all the necessary knowledge related to safety regulations at professional environments and spaces, reassuring the safety of the personnel and customers.

The program ii divided in 2 categories ( B Class and C Class). C Class includes entities that are of “low risk level”, while B Class includes the entities of “High risk level”. The category of its entity is specified by KAD number. According to the law (294/88 – n.3144/2003) for the health and safety of the employees, the employers have the obligation to make use of the Safety Technician Services. Moreover, all the entities should aknowledge to the labour inspection all the information of the Safety Technician.

Target audience

The program is necessary for the employers that occupy from 1 to 50 people. They are obliged to attend the program. The safety technician can be either the owner or an employee of the entity.

Briefing program B Class

  • Introduction to job security.
  • General principles of our national law on occupational safety and health
  • Summary of legislation on occupational safety and health.
  • Obligations of the various factors of a technical project - Safety technician
  • Tasks and duties
  • Service organization - Inspection procedures - Checklists
  • Machinery hazards
  • Lifting machinery - Project machinery
  • Electricity hazards
  • Minimum workplace specifications - General principles of ergonomic design -
  • Fire protection
  • Lighting, ventilation, air conditioning, workplace temperature and humidity
  • Dangerous working substances
  • Means of personal protection
  • Fall protection
  • Working indoors
  • Written occupational risk assessment - Examples
  • Sources of information on occupational safety and health
  • Overview - Discussion - Seminar Closing (Multiple Choice Test)

Briefing program G Class

  • The concept of occupational accident and occupational illness
  • (announcement, investigation and recording).
  • The principle of employer responsibility, criminal and administrative sanctions.
  • General obligations of employers.
  • Legislative framework for occupational safety and health.
  • Obligations and duties of safety technician and occupational physician.
  • Employee participation (rights and obligations).
  • Supervision of employee health (obligations of employers and
  • workers' rights).
  • Emergency planning and emergency training
  • (fire, earthquake, accident, etc.).
  • Protection of young, pregnant, pregnant and lactating workers.
  • Jobs with computers.
  • Minimum requirements for workplaces according to PD. 16/96.
  • Job creation - ergonomic arrangements Written occupational risk assessment.
  • Lifting, transporting, moving and stacking loads.
  • Dangerous working substances.
  • Hazards from technical equipment.
  • Electricity hazards.
  • Written occupational risk assessment.

Degree-Certificate

Upon successful monitoring of the program, participants receive a Certificate of Excellence that is valid and will have to deposit in their account.

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