Basic Occupational Safety and Health Training (BOSH)
Construction Safety and Health Training (COSH)
one of the mandatory 40-hour training courses required for safety officers working in the construction industry under Rule 1030 of the Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHS) and the DOLE Department Order No. 13, s. 1998: Guidelines Governing Safety and Health in the Construction Industry. This training aims to equip participants with the basic knowledge and skills in performing safety audits, assessments and analysis of hazards and risks in the construction industry; determining appropriate control measures and developing and implementing OSH policies and programs. This is offered by the OSHC, Occupational Safety and Health Networks (OSHNets), and DOLE-accredited Safety Training Organizations (STOs).
Construction Safety Orientation
a one-day orientation on safety and health required for all workers in the construction industry under DOLE Department Order No. 13, s. 1998: Guidelines Governing Safety and Health in the Construction Industry. This training includes general safety and health measures needed in construction sites such as basic rights and duties of workers, means of access and egress during both normal work and emergency situations, good housekeeping, location and proper use of welfare amenities and first-aid facilities, proper care and use of personal protective equipment, fire precautions and OSH legislations.
Appreciation Course on OSH
a one-day seminar which aims to provide awareness on work safety and health. The seminar is usually conducted within company premises and is customized to the needs of the workers.
Appreciation Course for a Drug-free Workplace
a free on-line course developed by the OSHC to respond to the problem of drug abuse and assist establishments in the implementation of workplace provisions under Republic Act No. 9165 “Comprehensive Drugs Act of 2002.” The course consists of four modules that will prepare the participants to be active and efficient members of the Assessment Team–a mandatory structure required by the DOLE Department Order No. 53-03 “Guidelines for the Implementation of a Drug-Free Workplace Policies and Programs for the Private Sector.” This course aims to enable participants to discuss the drug abuse problem and its impact on the workplace and help develop their company’s policy and program for a drug-free workplace.
Crane Safety (In-Plant)
is a two-day training which aims to provide participants with the basic knowledge on safe crane operation and proper inspection.
Forklift Safety (In-plant)
is a two-day training that aims to provide participants with basic knowledge on safe operation procedures of forklifts.
Training on Managing Emerging Health Issues in the Workplace
is a two-day seminar-workshop that will enable participants to formulate an integrated health promotion policy and develop appropriate workplace interventions to ensure the well-being of workers. It covers prevention and control of tobacco and cigarette smoking, HIV and AIDS, hepatitis B, tuberculosis, drug and alcohol abuse, stress and violence, and proper nutrition and physical activity.
Seminar on the Safe Use of Chemicals at Work
is a three-day training designed to provide participants with knowledge on the various aspects of managing and promoting chemical safety and develop their capability in implementing solution-oriented approaches on the safe use of chemicals. Discussions focus on: the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals; storage and handling, health effects of chemicals; fire and explosion; waste management; operational control; emergency procedures; and management of chemical control program.
Training on Industrial Ventilation
is a three-day training which aims to provide participants with a basic understanding of the principles and applications of industrial ventilation in controlling heat emissions and exposure to airborne contaminants in the workplace. Discussions will focus on properties of chemical hazards; physical agents; dilution ventilation; and ventilation principles on velocity, flow rate and conservation of mass and energy. The pre-requisites to taking this course include the BOSH/COSH or Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene.
Work Environment Measurement Training Workshop
is a three-day course which aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skill in using appropriate industrial hygiene instruments and in developing their company’s industrial hygiene program through the conduct of the Work Environment Measurement.
The pre-requisites to taking this course include the BOSH/COSH or Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene.
Training on Assessment Teams for a Drug-free Workplace
is a two-day training course conducted in compliance with the DOLE Department order 53-03: Guidelines for the Implementation of Drug-free Workplace Policies and Programs in the Private Sector. The DOLE DO 53-03 requires companies to form assessment teams to drug-related policies and programs in their respective establishments.
The training aims to enhance the decision-making skills of the participants in ascertaining the level of care and management of workers with drug use issues and provide knowledge and skills in conducting drug assessment and in establishing a referral system.
The on-line Appreciation Course for a Drug-free Workplace is a pre-requisite for this training.
Training on the work-relatedness of diseases
this two-day course aims to enhance the skills of participants in evaluating and establishing the work-relatedness of diseases due to exposure to occupational hazards.
Training on ergonomics in the workplace
is a two-day course that aims to enable participants to assess ergonomic risk factors in the workplace and to apply basic ergonomic principles to manage identified risks and prevent occupational injuries.
Scaffold Safety Training (Installation and Dismantling)
is a five-day training that features discussions on the safety requirements of the different types of scaffoldings as provided in the DOLE Department Order No. 128-13 and skill-building activities such as on-site inspection, erection, and dismantling of the frame, mobile, and tubular scaffolds.
Training of Trainers on OSH
is a three-day course designed to widen the base of qualified and competent OSH trainers. It features discussions and skill-building activities in the development, conduct, and management of OSH courses. The BOSH/COSH is a pre-requisite to this training.
Training for Fire Safety Practitioners
is a 40-hour course that aims to provide participants with the fundamental knowledge and skills in fire and life safety assessment standards in compliance with the Fire Code of the Philippines of 2008 and fire science and technology that would aid them towards effective delivery of duties and responsibilities as fire safety practitioners. Being a DOLE-accredited safety practitioner is a requirement for taking this course.