Safety Awareness Training

Laying the Foundation of a safe workplace


I believe that you may have spent generously to train your employees in workplace safety.  You sent your supervisors, line leaders and foremen to safety training courses.  When they came back from the training, you want them to train the workers. However, you may find that even after all these efforts, the workers may not show much improvement in their safety standards.  You still found them not using personal protective equipment (PPE) properly.  Making you more frustrated when you found that they do not take good care of the PPE.  For exampe, you gave them earplug but you found earplugs thrawn here and there - on the floor, in the carpark or even on the fence. It annoys you and makes you feeling that money spent is not worthwhile.  You have doubt on the quality of the trainings. Worse still, you find that accidents still happened despite of the trainings. 


What is wrong? Your workers attended the safety trainings to learn how to do works safely, but they do not use the knowledge they have learned in their works. 
Is there a solution to the problems? Yes. The solution is to make sure that they have STRONG SAFETY AWARENESS.
 "To train and to make it happen" is our goal when we design a training program for you.  It is however not a competence training program but all about the fundamentals to make a workplace safe.  Topics of training in our program includes but not limited to:

  A. The Basic

     A1. Legal OSHA requirement

     A2. Management leadership

     A3. Function of safety and health commitee

    A4. Safety attitudes

    A5. Hazard identification and risk assessment

    A6. Hazard elimination, prevention and control

    A7.  Writing and running your own safety programs


B. PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and safety programs

    B.1.   Head, face, eye, hand, body and foot PPE program

    B.2.   Hearing Conservation program

    B.3.   Respiratory Protection program

    B.4.   Spill Response

    B.5.   Fall Protection

    B.6.   Confined Space Entry and Safe Work program

    B.7.   Hazard Communication

    B.8.   Hazardous Energy Control - Lockout Tagout

    B.9.   Effective Safety Training

    B.10. SCBA emergency response

    B.11. Other safety programs

Depends on your requirement and the safety programs you may choose, the training will be divided into sessions each of 4 hours duration.  We prefer a more relax time schedule with ample of time for discussion and revision to facilitate knowledge absorption. If you are local, we would suggest a pre-program factory walk through to know what are relevant to your operations and to ensure that non-relevant topics will not be included in your training program.


For the training expenses, yu can reimburse our training fee from HRDF if you are member of HRDF.  We are HRDF ( Human Resources Development Fund under Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB)  that is an agent of Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia) registered Occupational Safety and Health training provider. 


After attending the training:


  1. The Member of the Management (Policy and decision makers, Managers, the employers ) will be able to play their leading and supporting roles:

    1. In developing an effective Occupational Safety and Health Policy and Program for the well-being of everyone working in the organization; and

    2. In constructing good safety attitudes in the organization.

  2. The Safety Officer or officer in-charge of Safety and Health Department will be able:

    1. To write and run safety programs according to legal requirements and company’s Occupational Safety and Health objectives; and

    2. To play effective role in building good safety attitudes among the employees and contractors.

  3. The workers (employees) will be able:

    1. To recognize good safety attitudes and to apply them in their works;

    2. To recognize bad safety attitudes and to deal with them;

    3. To recognize their duties and actively playing their constructive roles in compliance with the company’s Occupational Safety and Health policy and programs;

    4. To acknowledge the hazards in their workplaces and report them to the management;

    5. To demonstrate vigilance against hazards and use appropriate PPE correctly according to the training and safety programs for protection; and

    6. Know how to clean, to check, to maintain and to keep their PPE after use:

      1. To prolong the useful lifespan of the PPE; and

      2. To ensure their functions as they are duly designed for.