Health & Safety Training


Accredited Training


Certificate of Competence issued to successful candidates


Flexible training schedules that fit in with your schedule


On-site training


No minimum amount of people required per course

Health and Safety-related training

We offer a variety of Health and Safety-related courses. Some are required by law, while others improve your safety culture and general well-being at your workplace.

All our training aims to reduce the risks and hazards, that may arise from working operations to your workforce and the public.

Training can be provided on-site or at a venue of your choice.

First Aid Training

First Aid can be used wherever you go – at work, at home, in your community. We provide courses for First Aid Levels 1 – 3.
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When required: 1 First Aider required when you have more than 10 employees. However, we recommend that you have more than one available in case of a First Aider being absent from work.

These Unit Standards will be useful for employees to enable them to provide primary emergency care (first aid) in response to an occupational risk induced or any health emergency in their specific workplaces.

Qualifying learners are able to:
Demonstrate the principles of primary emergency care.

Assess and control a single injury emergency scene in the workplace.

Demonstrate primary emergency life support for adults, children, and infants.

Explain and manage shock.

Carry out a secondary assessment of the sick or injured person and provide appropriate primary emergency care at the scene.

Keep records of the incident/accident.

Basic Firefighting

Critical skills and knowledge that can save lives and prevent extended damage to property.
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When required: Always! Persons trained in firefighting techniques greatly reduce the risk of fatalities and property damage related to fire, in any environment.

Upon successful completion of the course, persons trained in Basic Firefighting techniques will:

Know how to assess a fire in the workplace.

Have an understanding of procedures for dealing with fires in the workplace.

Know how to select the correct fire fighting equipment.

Know how to check and inspect fire fighting equipment.

Learn about the elements of the fire triangle.

Learn how to go ahead with evacuations and the importance of regular evacuation exercises.

Learn about the ‘buddy system.’

Know how to approach and fight a fire in a safe and effective way.


Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment. Learn how to read and interpret a risk assessment for a specific area/worksite.
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When required: When you require a competent person on-site that can understand and interpret Risk Assessments done for specific areas and sites.

Persons credited with this unit standard will be able to:

Explain the legal and specified requirements for conducting continuous risk assessments.

Prepare to conduct a continuous risk assessment.

Conduct a continuous risk assessment.

Initiate remedial action and follow up on Continuous Risk Assessment.

Legal Liability

Aimed specifically at persons in managerial positions that want to know more about the OHS Act and how liability works.
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When required: This unit standard is aimed at persons in managerial positions that require an understanding of how liability (specifically with regards to the OHS Act) is formulated and works in the workplace.

The qualifying learner is capable of:

Explaining how liabilities could arise within an organization.

Explaining how liabilities are linked to corporate governance.

Describing the risks associated with non-compliance or non-activity.

Investigating evidence of compliance or non-compliance in an organization.

Health & Safety Representative

For those representing the workforce in Safety Committee meetings and other Safety matters.
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When required: By law, each employer with more than 20 employees must appoint a Health & Safety Representative. Such a representative must be nominated and voted for by the workforce.

Unit Standard information:

A learner accredited with this standard will be able to demonstrate applied competence in occupational health, safety awareness of environmental issues, and general housekeeping based on statutory and industry requirements.

Scaffold Erector Training

Scaffolding course for person building and dismantling access scaffold.
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When required: This training is specifically aimed at those building or dismantling scaffolds.

The qualifying learner will acquire the knowledge and skills required by the industry to function as a scaffold erector. Their functions will include leading a scaffolding team. This includes the ability to safely and efficiently deploy the required resources to erect and dismantle access scaffolding. This unit standard will serve, in conjunction with related unit standards, to develop the qualifying learner to function as a scaffold erector in an access scaffold team.

The qualifying learner will be capable of:

Interpreting basic drawings and instructions for the erection of access scaffolding.

Coordinating resources for the erection of access scaffolding.

Erecting and using access scaffolding.

Dismantling access scaffolding.

Scaffold Inspector Training

Scaffolding course for persons inspecting and supervising scaffold erecting or dismantling.
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When required: This course is aimed at persons that inspect and hand over finished scaffold structures.

The qualifying learner will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to inspect access scaffolding for compliance with the South African National Standards (SANS) 10085. This unit standard will serve, in conjunction with related unit standards, to develop the qualifying learner to function as a scaffold inspector.

The qualifying learner will be capable of:

Demonstrating an understanding of different types of access scaffolding, applications, and compliance.

Explaining the role and responsibilities of the inspector.

Reading and interpreting drawings, client requirements, and other specifications.

Inspecting and handing over access scaffolding.

Working at Height

Working at height is a high-risk activity. This course prepares candidates for the undertaking.
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When required: All persons working at height (where there is a risk of a fall) are to be trained and competent to the relevant standards. 

Learners wishing to acquire the competencies in this standard will be, people working at height where there is a risk of injury from a fall. Learners will be involved in performing tasks at height. Qualifying learners are able to follow fall arrest principles to perform work at height safely, under the supervision of a qualified supervisor.

The qualifying learner is capable of:

Explaining the use and limitations of a limited range of fall arrest equipment and fall arrest plan.

Inspecting, assembling, and storing fall arrest equipment.

Selecting suitable anchor points.

Using fall arrest systems with a double lanyard.

Using pre-installed vertical and horizontal lifelines.

Convey Dangerous Goods by Road

Transporting a variety of dangerous goods can be tricky. Learn how to mitigate the risk.
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When required: Persons transporting dangerous goods by road, or transporting a variety of different goods by road.

The purpose of learning is to ensure safe loading, conveying, and off-loading of dangerous goods according to legal and organizational requirements. Credited learners can convey dangerous goods in accordance with legal, safety, manufacturer, and other relevant requirements and handle incidents safely when they occur.

Credited learners are capable of:

Complying with relevant legal documentation requirements.

Applying safety and standard operating procedures during loading and off-loading.

Applying safety procedures in the event of an incident.

Complying with the requirements of SANS 10231 in terms of behavior on the route.

Heavy Machinery Training

All heavy machinery operators will require licensing and re-licensing as per law. We assist you in making the process effortless.
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When required: These courses are for those persons that require first-time licensing or relicensing as heavy machinery operators.

We offer a variety of different heavy machinery courses, including:

Articulated Dump Truck (ADT)
Backhoe Loader (TLB)
Front End Loader
Skid Steer Loader

The person credited with these Unit Standards is able to operate the heavy machinery (that they have been licensed for) in a safe manner. They will also be able to conduct pre and post-inspections to ensure the performance of the machine. The person will be able to handle the loading and storage of freight by using the equipment and its accessories in the required manner. They will also be able to access emergency systems and services in the event of an incident or accident.

The qualifying learner is capable of:

Applying the recognized methods for inspecting and recording the operational fitness of all components of the machine with reference to safety procedures in the workplace.

Identifying and classifying freight/loads taking into account documentation, packaging, and labeling associated with the specific freight. (specified machines)

Handling, loading, and storing freight in accordance with industry standards environmental requirements, and with due consideration to inter alia the commodities and their properties, storage area, and placement of the load. (specified machines)

Achieving maximum work performance of lifting equipment and attachments, by applying knowledge of equipment dimensions, controls, principles of operation and capacities, manufacturing specifications, and circumstances in the working environment. (specified machines)

Operating equipment in accordance with laid down organizational and legislative standards and procedures as well as manufacturer’s guidelines.

Accessing available emergency support systems and services in case of incidents and accidents.