About this course: The KBAT Construction Hazards and Risk Control (ByteSize) is a health and safety qualification developed by KBA Training to help you gain insight and knowledge on this topic.
This course has been developed for multinational organisations in all sectors, mindful of international standards or directives and at the same time adaptive to local needs. It seeks to provide an excellent underpinning knowledge of health and safety, as well as a sound basis for evaluating (and managing) potential hazards and risks. The syllabus incorporates international, technical and other standards where they exist. In other cases, requirements and practices that represent 'good practice' are followed. Tuition is in English.
The recommended tuition time for the element is not less than 4 hours.
The contents of the course:
In today's working environment 'Safety' plays a key role in the success of any company. This course provides a mean to improve the safety awareness of company employees, particularly those involved with operations or directly related to safety. The e-learning bite size course is offered by KBA Training Pte Ltd to allow personnel to be able to dedicate their time to the syllabus and course information and is suited for full time company employees or individuals who wish to take a step by step approach.
The KBAT Construction Hazards and Risk Control (ByteSize) is for personnel with health & safety responsibilities, e.g. managers, supervisors, safety officers, non-safety specialists etc & who need a grounding & recognised qualification in occupational safety & health. It is also beneficial for those wanting to further their career in the HSE field or those who wish to enhance their HSE knowledge.
Candidates are assessed by multiple choice questions and practice questions throughout the course and will sit two mocks and a final assessment online.
Candidates must achieve a minimum pass standard in all assessment to be awarded KBAT Construction Hazards and Risk Control (ByteSize) E-learning certificate.
A hard copy certificate is available on request for an additional fee.