OSHA course now available in following cities:
Islmamabad ,Lahore , Karachi ,Multan , Faisalabad Gujrat , Abbottabad, Wah , Harri pur , Deenah and Muzafarabad
Duration: 1 Month
Total Fee: Rs.25,500/- (OSH+British safety Council certificate)You must deposit the fee in the following account
A/c title : Vivid International
A/c # 001602010578419
Soneri Bank Main Branch Blue Area Islamabad
As soon as you register we will confirm the receipt and will arrange to send you the course material .
Date & Schedule Of OSHA For All Branches
Morning Timing 09.00 am to 12.00 pm
Evening Timing 01.00 am to 04.00 pm
Next Morning session Start From 14th April 2014
Evening 5th May 2014
Exam Date 9th May
Course contents of 30 days Occupational health and safety administration course
Schedule: 3hours daily, 5days a week
1- Introduction to health and safety
3-Personel Protective equipments
4-Fire types and prevention
7-Work station and work posture
8-Electrical hazards and safety
9-Compressed gas cylinders and safety
10-Dealing with chemicals
13-Near miss incident & accident and injuries
16- Slip, trip and fall Protection
17-Rigging & Crane safety
18-Self contained breathing apparatus(SCBA)
20-Work with Fork Lifters
22-Safe system of work
23-Permit to work procedure
24-Revision of 1 to 6 topics
25- Revision of 7 to 12
26 Revision of 3 to 18
27 Revision of 19 to 24
28 Written test
OSHA Clarification from OSHA website
OSHA training programs are intended for workers within the agency's geographic jurisdiction. These locations include the 50 U.S. States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, Wake Island, Outer Continental Shelf Lands defined in the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, and Johnston Island. For this reason, OSHA Outreach Training Program classes must be limited to training conducted within OSHA's geographic jurisdiction.
lthough trainers may provide safety and health training to workers outside the OSHA's geographic jurisdiction, it must be done outside of the Outreach Training Program and without OSHA's involvement.
OSHA encourages international trainers to consider alternatives for conducting occupational safety and health training that adds value for workers. In this manner, trainers will be able to select and provide the specific safety and health training needed by their target audience, and personally control and manage the program. This will allow trainers to integrate and brand their vision of safety and health which may serve as a model for safety and health training that others may choose to replicate.
Under such a plan, trainers may design and issue their own certificates, cards, badges, stickers, etc. as long as they do not indicate that the program is supported by OSHA or is a part of the OSHA Outreach Training Program.