Hazardous Substances Management (TSC Code – WPH-WSH-5063-1.1) is the Technical Skills & Competencies (TSC) Title of Manage Hazardous Substances (WSQ Competency Code – OH-CB-503C-1)
Please note, 26 WSQ Workplace Safety and Health Professional (WSHP) and WSQ Occupational Hygiene Professional (OH) Competency Standards (CS) have transited to the Skills Framework (SFw) for WSH Technical Skills and Competencies. You can check this link for more details: Competency Unit to Technical Skills & Competencies (TSC) Title
40 hours (6 days – incl. 4 assessment hours)
S$642.00/- per participant (GST Inclusive)
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Main Office (Bendemeer)
72 Bendemeer Road, #03-29 Luzerne,
40 SDU points awarded upon successful completion
This course is qualified for 28 PDU points by PEB for registered Professional Engineers. Kindly contact our CSOs for further information.
Course code: CRS-Q-0023681-OH
TPGateway Course Code: TGS-2013500271 (Only applicable for self-sponsored Trainee to submit SkillsFuture Credit)
Written Questioning, Written Assessment and/or Practical Assessment
Statement of Attainment (SOA) by Workforce Development Agency (WDA)
Course Medium: English
This covers the competencies in identifying the sources of hazardous substances and implementing control measures to manage the associated risks.
This course is aimed to provide the learners with the knowledge and skills for the management of hazardous substances at the workplace. This includes identifying the sources of hazardous substances, implementing control measures to manage the associated risks.
Persons who successfully completed this unit of competency will be recognized as the ‘competent persons’ for the control of hazardous substances at the workplace by the Ministry of Manpower. It provides the learners with the knowledge needed to manage hazardous substances, as required by the National Environmental Agency, for the fulfilment of their duties as hazardous substances license and permit holders.
Industries where skills applied:
Chemical, Process, Pharmaceutical, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Marine, Construction, Education and Research & Development
WSH Professionals, Occupational Health Professionals, other Professionals in OH-related fields
Assumed Skills and Knowledge
- Self-directed, with an analytical mind and a meticulous approach to problem-solving
- Passionate and committed to ethical practice in Occupational Hygiene
- Receptive to change in the light of new evidence
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