Start date: 21 April 2021
Duration: April 21st - 9:30am - 12:00pm
Cost: €39 (€49 Non Chamber & Non Network Members)
Course code: N/A
This Covid 19 Compliance Officer Awareness Training is designed for persons who have been given the responsibility for compliance with their company safety protocols with regards to Covid 19.
The training incorporates best practice from the Return to Work Safely Protocol, the CIF Covid Standard Operating Procedures, NSAI guidance and Government guidelines. This course is relevant to all industries.
The programme is particularly useful in determining best practice in conducting a risk assessment and understanding and implementing protocols to implement in the event of a confirmed case.
On completion of the training programme, participants will:
What is Covid 19 and how does it spread
- Different ways in which C-19 Spreads.
Routes of entry into the body.
Learn where the high-risk areas are in your workplace and what controls you can put in place to prevent the spread of C-19 in your workplace
- Risk Assessment of who might be harmed and how
Selection of Control measures/best practice for all industries
Understand the proactive and reactive duties of a C-19 Compliance Officer
- Proactive Day to Day Duties of a Compliance Officer/Responsible Person in preventing the spread of C-19 in their workplace
- Reactive Duties in the event of a suspected or confirmed case
This course is best suited to people with an interest in CAD, machine design, product design, manufacturing, CNC machining or 3D printing.
a. HSAWAWA Act 2005
b. Employers Duties
c. Employee Duties
d. Role of the HSA
e. Return to Work Safely Protocol/CIF SOPs/NSAI guidelines
2. Covid 19 and how it spreads
a. How the infection is spread
b. Routes of entry into the body
3. Risk Assessment
a. Identify the high-risk areas/activities in your workplace
b. Put in place the control measures necessary to help stop the spread in your workplace
4. C-19 Compliance Officer
a. Proactive day to day checks/duties
b. Reactive duties in the event of an emergency
5. Emergency Preparedness
a. Actions in the event of a confirmed or suspected case
b. First Aid
c. Safety training licence extensions