Occupational Health and Safety


  • – Identify potential hazards in the work area
  • – In case of an emergency
  • – Recording and reporting incidents
  • – Compensation for occupational injuries and diseases act (COIDA)

Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) training refers to the process of educating employees and employers about the principles, practices, and regulations related to workplace safety and health. The primary goal of OHS training is to prevent accidents, injuries, and illnesses in the workplace by equipping individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify and mitigate potential hazards.

In many countries, OHS training is a legal requirement for both employers and employees to ensure a safe and healthy work environment. Complying with OHS regulations and providing proper training not only reduces the risk of workplace accidents but also helps protect the well-being of workers, improve productivity, and reduce healthcare and compensation costs associated with workplace injuries and illnesses.


May 20 2024


8:30 am - 2:00 pm

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24 Achter Rd, Paulshof, Sandton, 2191.