Danish Working Environmental – Working Environmental Representatives & Line management in the Working Environmental Group
The 3 full days workshop required according to Danish legislation (Executive Order No. 1181 of 15, October 2010) contains both theory and practical elements.
- What tasks and functions does the health and safety organization have?
- What duties and responsibilities do employers, managers and employees have?
- What methods can be implemented to prevent risks?
- How to systematize the work with occupational health and safety?
- How to use workplace assessments (WPA) actively?
- What differences to expect between Risk Assessment and WPA?
- How to influence the attitude of your colleagues and develop occupational health and safety?
- How to work with the psychological working environment?
- What is a visit by the Danish Working Environment Authority (WEA) like?
- How to analyze accidents at work?
- Where to find information?
- Safety regarding machines and technical aids
- Typical occupational health and safety impacts within the line of industry: e.g. chemicals, noise, lifts and working positions
Danish Working Environmental – Working Environmental Coordinators (Client Representatives)
The 5 full days workshop required according to Danish legislation (Executive Order No. 117 of 3, February 2013) contains both theory and practical elements.
Hot Work Training – CFPA Europe education program and CFPA Guideline No. 12.
The full day workshop contains both theory and practical elements. It is designed for:
- Anyone responsible for issuing Hot Work Permits
- Anyone who undertakes hot work on-site, including contractors
- Anyone responsible for engaging contractors
- Production and Maintenance Managers with operational responsibilities for hot work
- Anyone responsible for Health & Safety at site