Safety Inspector


Health and safety inspectors work to protect people’s health and safety by making sure that risks in the workplace are properly controlled. They ensure employers comply with all aspects of health and safety laws and that workplaces are not the cause of ill health, injury or even death.

Safety inspectors visit workplaces to ensure that they are adhering to government and industry standards for occupational health and safety, from busy factories in the state’s busy industrial centres, to mining operations in our regional areas.

They advise employers and employees about safe work practices, help to implement health and safety management systems in various workplaces, inspect specific machinery or equipment, and ensure that the correct protective equipment is being used by employees.

Safety inspectors also enforce health and safety legislation by investigating complaints that refer to accidents or occupational disease, report on the results of their investigations, and serve infringement notices to employers that do not comply with legal requirements.

The qualification is intended for learners already working in the capacity of supervisor or manager and those who want to join Health and Safety Field.
Safety Inspector Course Content:

Management of Health & Safety

  • Trainer and trainee introduction
  • Designation Safety/HSE Inspector
  • Purpose of course
  • Objective of course
  • Job description of Safety/HSE  Inspector

Responsibilities

  • Responsibilities of Safety/HSE Inspector
  • Core values
  • Operation values
  • Responsibilities deliveries

Specific Responsibilities Ownership

  • Initial HSE Induction
  • Work at height
  • Manual Handling of Material
  • Manual Handling of Material
  • Sand Blasting
  • Basic of Fire Prevention
  • As Cylinder Storage
  • Confined Space Working
  • Crane safety for Rigging / Lifting
  • Electrical Net Working Safety
  • House Keeping
  • Hazard identification
  • Hazardous Material Handling
  • Radiography Safety
  • Noise Safety Measures
  • Power Tool Safety
  • Excavation safety
  • PPEs Compliance
  • PTW System implementation
  • High Voltage Injury
  • Scaffolding Erection and Dismantling
  • Waste Collection and Disposal
  • Welding Job Safety
  • stop for Safety
  • 25 Stair /Ladder safety Measures
  • 26 First Aid and Site facilities
  • 27 Emergency Response program
  • 28 Accident and Incident Control & injuries classification
  • 29 Hazard /Risk and control
  • 30 Causes of Accident and Incident
  • 31 Burn safety Measures
  • 32 Construction of Project
  • 33 Heat Stress

Promoting a positive health & safety culture

  • Concepts of safety culture
  • Factors influencing safety related behaviors
  • Improving health and safety culture

Principles of control     

  • General principles of controlling hazards and reducing risk
  • Safe systems of work
  • Permits to work
  • Emergency procedures
  • First-aid

Monitoring review and audit

  • Monitoring field Active and reactive activities
  • Workplace inspections

Traffic Management

  • Movement of people
  • Movement of vehicles
  • Movement of Machinery

Manual and mechanical handling hazards

  • Manual handling hazards and risks
  • Movement of people  nd vehicles hazards and control
  • Safety in the use of lifting and moving equipment

Working equipment hazards and controls

  • General requirements for work equipment
  • Hand-held tools
  • Machinery hazards
  • Protection from machinery hazards

Electrical hazards and control

  • Hazards and risks associated with electricity at work
  • Control measures

Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting hazards and control

  • Basic fire principles, hazards and risks in the workplace
  • Fire prevention and prevention of fire spread
  • Means of escape
  • Evacuation of the workplace