Course Content

  • Introduction to ISO 45001 system
  • ISO 45001 Terms and Definitions
  • ISO 45001 standard

Course content

  • Legislation
  • Performing work in elevated positions
  • Inspecting, caring for and storing fall arrest equipment effectively
  • The safety, health and environment principles regarding:
  • The safe construction and maintenance of:
  • Working platforms, ladders, scaffolds
  • Walkways in elevated positions

Course Content

  • Basic Rock Engineering
  • Definitions
  • Stress Fractures in mining
  • Blast Fractures
  • Development Support Installation
  • Stope Support
  • Legislative Requirements

Course Content

  • Health and Safety Act
  • Appointment of Safety Representatives
  • Causes and effects of accidents
  • Causes and effects of incidents
  • Task observations
  • Planned Inspections
  • Hazard Identification
  • Risk Assessment

Course Content

Safety Officers/COMSOC® LEVEL 1

  • MHSA
  • Appointment of Safety Officers
  • Appointment of Safety Representatives
  • Presentation Skills
  • Accident Investigation Techniques
  • Task observations
  • Active & Reactive Monitoring of OHS

This course equips supervisors and workers with skills to improve safety on mines.

Course is based on equipping supervisors to comply to Mine Health and Safety Act and relevant regulations.

Course Content

  • Health and Safety Act
    Understanding and Interpreting the MHSA
    MHSA Sect 2,5,10,11,22,23 Requirements
  • Legal appointments – MHSA and Min Act Regulations
  • Accident and incident investigation techniques
  • MHSA sect 11.5 Requirements
  • MHSA Reg. Chapter 23 Requirements


Occupational Certificate:
Occupational Health & Safety Practitioner

256 Credits

This qualification is made up of the following compulsory Knowledge, Practical Skill and Workplace Learning Modules:

Knowledge Modules:

226302001-KM-01, Fundamentals of Occupational Health and Safety, Level 2, 9 Credits.

226302001-KM-02, Fundamentals of Communication, Level 3, 6 Credits.

Root Cause Analysis Technique Course

Course Content

1.The Root Cause Analysis Technique System
    * Legislative Requirements
    * Root Cause Analysis and Reporting
    * Duties and Responsibilities of Employers and Supervisors

2. Preparation: Accident Theories
    * What leads to / Causes Accidents / Incident Causation Model
    * Procedures to follow in case of Accident
    * Procedures to follow when investigating an Accident in the workplace (Root Case Analysis Technique)

Course Content

  • Risk Control Legislation (MHSA)
  • Risk Management Process
  • Risk Management Techniques
  • Risk Identification Techniques
  • Financial Risk Management
  • Pure Risk Management
  • Implementing Risk Management Model
  • Implementing Risk Management Documentation

Course Content

  • Mine health and safety act requirements
  • Occupational health and safety act requirements
  • Hazard Identification techniques
  • Risk Identification Techniques
  • Risk assessment techniques
  • Practical workplace risk assessment
  • Prioritising risk
  • Team based assessments
  • Issue based risk assessment
  • Base line risk assessment
  • Continuous risk assessment

This course equips employees to understand MHSA

Course Content

  • Health and Safety Act
    Understanding and Interpreting the MHSA
    MHSA Sect 2,5,10,11,22,23 Requirements
  • Legal appointments – MHSA and Min Act Regulations
  • Understanding Due diligence
  • Duties and Responsibility
  • Hazard Identification
  • Basic Risk Management

ICAM® (Incident Cause Analaysis Method)

Course Content

    1. The ICAM system
    • Health and Safety requirements
    • ICAM and Reporting
    • Duties and Responsibilities of Employers and Supervisors
    1. Preparation: Accident Theories:
    • What leads to/Causes Accidents/Incident Causation Model
    • Procedure to follow in case of Accident
    • Procedure to follow to investigate an Accident in the workplace (ICAM)
    1. Investigating Incidents/Accidents
    • Selecting the investigation team/Securing the accident scenes
    • Gathering information: People, material, paper evidence
    • Establishing the sequence of events
    • What caused the Accident/Identifying Causes (Root), System failures (ICAM)
    • Remedial Actions
    • Post Investigation Activities/Follow up
    • Recording events on ICAM documents
    • Corrective action plan and implementation
    • Monitoring the Action and avoiding the re-occurrence of the problem/follow up
    1. Assignments:
           Case study of an Accident-ICAM documents including ICAM report will be completed by groups/individually

This course will equip management and supervisors with knowledge to implement and enforce an Environmental Management Programme as required by South African Legislation and ISO 14001


  • Scoping an Environmental Management Programme 
  • Ensuring effective Environmental Policy
  • Drawing up an Environmental Management Plan
  • Environmental Aspects
  • Environmental Risk Assessment & Control (Environmental Impact Assessments)

Course Content

  • Auditing Techniques
  • Course Objectives
  • Causes and Consequences of Incidents
  • Managing Risk Exposures
  • Measuring and Monitoring Risk Control
  • Introduction to Environmental Management
  • Introduction to Quality Management
  • Preparing for the Audit
  • Auditor Demeanour and Skills
  • Interviewing Techniques
  • Closing Meetings
  • Post Audit Activities


This course will familiarise Management and Supervisors with the significant changes in the Construction Regulations, so companies can ensure Compliance to these requirements

Course Content:

  • Introduction and History Construction Regulations 2014:  Principle objectives of the regulations and the law behind it
  • Permit Systems:  Definition of construction work and the reasons for the permit system. When and who to apply
  • Notification of Construction work:  When and how to notify the Provincial Chief Inspector of intended construction work. Legal responsibilities of interested and affected parties
  • Legal responsibilities of persons such as: