Workplace Safety and Health Management in Chemical, Process, Pharmaceutical Industries and Laboratories (TSC Code – WPH-WSH-3079-1.1) is the Technical Skills & Competencies (TSC) Title of Supervise Workplace Safety and Health in Process Plant (WSQ Competency Code – PI-PRO-328E-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
32 hours (including 3 hours of assessment)
S$350 + GST, per participant
SkillsFuture funding available up to 70% and SFC Eligible, subjected to SkillsFuture T&C.
w.e.f. 15 Sept 2018 – Course fee will be revised, and SDF funding migrated to NETT fee.
Venue: Training Centres (Pioneer)
No. 1 Soon Lee Street, #04-08 Pioneer Centre,
This course is qualified for 26 PDU points by PEB for the registered Professional Engineers. Kindly contact our CSOs for further information.
Course code: CRS-Q-0024314-PI
TPGateway Course Code: TGS-2013500769 (Only applicable for self-sponsored Trainee to submit SkillsFuture Credit)
Course Medium: English
Attendance 75% minimum
The purpose of this competency unit is to enable learners to Supervise Workplace Safety and Health in a Process Plant.
On completion of this unit, learners will have the knowledge and application skills to carry out hazard identification and risk assessment, comply with the safety and health management system, co-ordinate a permit-to-work system, and carry out safety inspections and investigations.
• Identify and comply with legislation and regulations relevant to oil/petrochemical industry when carrying out the duties and responsibilities of a supervisor
• Perform the roles and responsibilities of the supervisors to ensure workplace safety and health
• Conduct job safety analysis for a job or task
• Identify safety and health hazards associated with the job or task
• Evaluate the level of risks involved in identified hazards
• Develop ways to eliminate/mitigate hazards identified in accordance with risk management regulations
• Co-ordinate measures to control risks according to the organisation’s procedures
• Complete a risk assessment form
• Communicate risks to stakeholders according to the organisation’s procedures
The course would be appropriate for individuals who are contractors, managers and supervisors from the process industry.