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 HSE Training Services

At ATSi, we are committed to helping our clients create a positive health, safety and environmental culture within their organizations and to progress their professional development. We offer a wide choice of flexible learning solutions to fit our clients’ specific needs from courses at locations. Our commitment to delivering a quality service ensures clients receive the dedication and support of our in-house learning and development. team and safety professionals. Helping our clients to successfully achieve their learning objectives is our priority.
ATSi Academy offers different kinds of training services in the field of Occupational Safety & Health, Fire Protection, First Aid and Environmental Protection, including internationally accredited courses from international Associations and Institutes such as IOSH, Highfield International & American Heart Association

The Institution of Occupational Health and Safety (IOSH)

IOSH is the world’s chartered professional body for health and safety in the workplace. It acts as a champion, supporter, adviser, advocate and trainer for those who protect the safety, health and wellbeing of others. IOSH Training and Skills is a range of courses designed for different aspects of occupational health and safety, provide insights and practical tools so that individuals and organizations can create safer and healthier working environments

Courses we offer

  • Managing Safely
  • Working Safely
  • Fire Safety Awareness

Highfield International

Highfield a global leader in compliance and work-based learning and apprenticeship qualifications and one of the UK’s most recognizable awarding organizations. Learners achieving a Highfield qualification in health and safety will develop the appropriate knowledge and attitude to contribute to an organization’s safe operations, and be rewarded with certification as proof of their knowledgeof health and safety.

Courses we offer

  • International Award in Accident and Incident Investigation
  • International Award in Risk Assessment
  • International Award in Work at Height
  • International Award in Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
  • International Award in Working in Confined Spaces

HSI Accredited First Aid Training Program

The goal of the HSI Adult First Aid | CPR AED training program is for participants to gain or improve knowledge and skill proficiency in adult first aid and/or CPR for adults. This program includes flexible instructional tools for developing proficiency via demonstration and prompted practice, including scenario based problem-solving exercises with feedback. HSI First Aid | CPR AED reflects the latest resuscitation
science and treatment recommendations published by the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR), and it conforms with the American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines Update for CPR and annual Guidelines Update.

Courses we offer

  • HSI Adult First Aid
  • HSI Adult First Aid|Adult CPR AED
  • HSI Pediatric First Aid|CPR AED

NSC International Training Center for Defensive Driving

NSC Defensive Driving Courses teach drivers how to recognize and react to immediate and potentially hazardous driving situations and conditions. Our instructor-led, classroom courses provide collision prevention strategies and defensive driving techniques that focus on behavior, judgment, decision making, and consequences.
These highly interactive courses will help influence drivers to make positive choices to improve driving behaviors and attitudes and encourage respectful and lawful decisions to avoid motor vehicle incidents and decrease traffic violations.

Courses we offer

  • Defensive Driving Course 10th Edition
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Other HSE Training & Certification Programs

Our training solutions can provide you with valuable information on getting your products and services to market; developing your understanding of international standards and regulations at an early stage of your design and development process. We will complete an analysis of your training needs and deliver training courses across the full range of our services.
For example, in addition to our internationally accredited courses, we can deliver courses on demand, either from our extensive portfolio or tailored to customer requirements and held at ATSi own training facilities or client owned premises. The most common clients on-demand training we are delivering are follows, but not limited.

HSE Training

  • Fire Safety
  • Electrical Safety
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Chemical Handling
  • Hazard Communication
  • Authorized Gas Tester (AGT)
  • Hydrogen Sulphide(H2S) / SCABA Training
  • Safe Control and Use of Compressed Gas Cylinder
  • Personal Protective Equipment’s (PPE’s)
  • Permit to Work System (PTW)
  • Hot Work Safety
  • Excavation & Trenching
  • Power & Hand Tool Safety
  • Behavioral Safety
  • Office Safety
  • Defensive Driving
  • Heavy Equipment Safety
  • Banks Man/Signal Man
  • Work at Height
  • Basic First Aid
  • Ergonomics

Personal Competency Training

  • Rigging & Slinging
  • Scaffolding Erection, Dismantling & Inspection
  • Mobile Crane Operator
  • Tower Crane Operator
  • EOT Crane Operator
  • Forklift Operator
  • MEWP Operator
  • Earthmoving Equipment Operator

Fire Safety

The Fire Safety Training Course is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace, Fire Science and how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation, including selection and application the correct fire extinguishing method. The course is also designed to train staff in your fire safety procedures.

Course Outline

  • Fire Triangle
  • Mechanics of Fire
  • Type of Heat Energy
  • Phases and Spread of Fire
  • Fire Hazards General Fire Safety
  • Classes of Fires
  • Fire Fighting and Fire Detecting System
  • Type of Fire Extinguishers and Usage
  • Fire Evacuation
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4 Hours Theory and Practical session with assessment

Electrical Safety

This course has designed to introduce learners to Electrical safety in the workplace and site. On completion of the course, candidate will be familiar with the basic concepts of electricity, Understand the potential effects of electricity on the human body. Be able to recognize common electrical hazards associated with construction work and familiar with electrical protective devices.

Course Outline

  • Basic Concepts of electricity
  • Potential Effects of electricity in the Human Body
  • Electrical Hazards
  • Protective Devices
  • Safe Work Practices

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Confined Space Entry

Confined space training outlines the skills and protocols for safe entry to confined spaces which includes hazards, risks and precautions. Confined spaces comprise of pits, tanks, pit, well, sewer, tunnel, pipe, boiler, silo, etc. Work in confined space can kill or cause injuries in any industries, ranging from those involving complex area to simple storage. They include not only people working in the confined space, but also for the personal associated with confined space, who are without adequate training.

Course Outline

  • Confined Space definition Examples
  • Characteristics of Confined Spaces
  • Attendants Duties Responsibilities
  • Entrant Responsibilities
  • Rescue Emergency Services
  • Internal atmosphere testing protocols
  • Gas Testing
  • Hazards in Confined Space
  • Entry Permit

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Chemical Handling

The objective of the course is to equip the participants with the skills and knowledge necessary to assess the hazards presented by the use of chemicals in their workplace and to be able to identify the controls required. This course provides the skills and knowledge required to work safely in environments which involve the storage, use and disposal and handling of chemicals emergencies.

Course Outline

  • Risk of Hazardous Materials
  • Route of Exposures & Symptoms
  • Incompatible Chemicals
  • Handling of Chemicals
  • Storage of Chemicals
  • Chemical Emergencies
  • First-aid for chemical exposures

4 Hours Theory and Practical session with assessment

Hazard Communication

 This training course is an overview of how the system of chemical hazard information and communication works. We will review the updated Hazard Communication Standard and its alignment with the GHS. This presentation will increase your knowledge of chemical hazards, hazard classification and the basic personal protection methods to ensure safe handling and usage of chemicals.

Course Outline

  • GHS Overview & Symbols
  • Physical & Health Hazards
  • Inventory, SDS, Labels Identification
  • Staying Safe while handling chemicals
  • PPE’s

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Authorized Gas Tester

This training program equips the delegate with knowledge to conduct gas testing within confined spaces and awareness of associated confined space hazards. Delegates will also learn about relevant legislative requirements, gas measuring, monitoring equipment and documenting gas test results.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Gas Testing
  • Testing in Confined Space
  • Relevant Legislative Controls
  • Gas Testing in Confine Space
  • Toxic Gases
  • Range of Frequency of Tests
  • Performing Gas tests in sequences

6 Hours Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) / SCABA Training

The H2S Safety training covers the characteristics of H2S and the potential physiological effects due to gas exposure, use of H2S detection and monitoring equipment, their limitations and safe use various breathing apparatus includes donning and doffing of SCBA & Emergency Escape Breathing Device.

Course Outline

  • H2S definition & Sources
  • Safety procedures
  • Effects from exposure to H2S & Exposure Standards
  • Safety of Personnel
  • H2S Monitoring
  • Respiratory Protection
  • SCABA Applications Components
  • SCABA Use and Maintenance
  • Emergencies First Aid Measures

1 Day Theory and Practical session with assessment

Safe Control and Use of Compressed Gas Cylinder

Compressed gas cylinders must be safely stored and managed to reduce the risk of serious hazards, including explosions, gas leaks and burns. This course will teach how to properly label, store, handle and transport pressurized gas cylinders. The Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety course is ideal for any employee who works with or around gas cylinders.

Course Outline

  • Hazards of Compressed Gases
  • Essentials of Gases Cylinders
  • Types of Gases
  • General Precautions
  • Handling of Gas Cylinders
  • Cylinders Storage
  • Use of Gas Cylinders
  • Valves, Regulators and Gauges
  • Hoses and Torches
  • Cylinder Shoulder Colors

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Personal Protective Equipment’s (PPE’s)

The proper use of PPE is essential in the workplace to minimize the risk of injury and illness. The number of injuries in the workplace that could have been prevented by the proper use of PPE’s. By the end of this course users will be able to recognize the role of personal protective equipment in their workplace. Workers will be able to identify specific hazards that may require PPE for the job at hand.

Course Outline

  • Hazard Assessment
  • Hierarchy of Controls
  • Selection of PPE
  • Types of PPE’s
  • Handling of Gas Cylinders
  • Eye & Face Protection
  • Foot Protection
  • Hand and Arm Protection
  • Hearing Protection
  • Body Protection
  • Other PPE’s
  • Mandatory PPE’s

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Permit to Work System (PTW)

This course will explain the purpose of permits to work and what type of high-risk activities may require them. On completion of the course, learners will understand how to prepare a permit, or follow it if their workplace receives one, so they can ensure everyone carries out high risk work safely.

Course Outline

  • Permits & Applications
  • Permit Applicant & Issuer
  • Cold & Hot Work
  • Radiography Work
  • Confined Space Entry Permit
  • Vehicle/Mobile Plant Entry Permit
  • Excavation Notification
  • Isolation, Multi Lock Tag Out
  • Permit distribution Suspension
  • Closing of work permit

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Excavation & Trenching

Excavation and trenching are some of the most hazardous tasks in construction. Open excavations in the Earth’s surface can cave in unexpectedly, causing injury or death if the proper protective systems are not in place. This course will increase your awareness of important safety procedures that help prevent trenching and excavation incidents.

Course Outline

  • Definitions
  • Key Personnel and Responsibilities
  • Excavation Considerations
  • Excavation Hazards and Risks
  • Excavation Hazards and Risks Identifications
  • Excavation Control Measures
  • Safety Issues

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Power & Hand Tool Safety

This hand and power tool safety training focuses candidates get the clear understanding on how to use hand and power tools at workplaces and all required safety precautions while handling such electrically operated power tools.

Course Outline

  • Types of Hand Tools and Power tools
  • Hand Tools Safety Precautions
  • Electric Driven Power Tools Hazards & Precautions
  • Hand Tools Hazards Protection
  • Non-Spark / Spark Resistant Tools
  • Pneumatic/Power Actuated Tools
  • Hydraulic Tools
  • Tools Maintenance Modification

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Power & Hand Tool Safety

This hand and power tool safety training focuses candidates get the clear understanding on how to use hand and power tools at workplaces and all required safety precautions while handling such electrically operated power tools.

Course Outline

  • Types of Hand Tools and Power tools
  • Hand Tools Safety Precautions
  • Electric Driven Power Tools Hazards & Precautions
  • Hand Tools Hazards Protection
  • Non-Spark / Spark Resistant Tools
  • Pneumatic/Power Actuated Tools
  • Hydraulic Tools
  • Tools Maintenance Modification

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Behavioral Safety

The objectives of this presentation learning the concept of a safe behavior program and the premise a good system is founded upon, to understand the difference between behaviors and attitudes, to understand positive and negative reinforcement as well as antecedents, and finally, to learn how to implement a Safe Behavior Observations Program.

Course Outline

  • Elements of BBS
  • Near Misses
  • Behavior Analysis
  • Types of Consequences
  • The Behavior based challenges

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Office Safety

This program provides an understanding of workplace hazards, the principles behind workstation ergonomics and knowledge of the correct steps to avoid accidents and injuries in the office environment.

Course Outline

  • Hazards & Precautions
  • Fire Prevention
  • Emergency Procedures

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Defensive Driving

The Defensive Driving Course emphasis on collision prevention through hazard identification and the application of collision prevention techniques. In the Defensive Driving Course, participants learn how to recognize both potential and immediate hazards, how to avoid collisions and different driving conditions and situations, and how to choose safe and legal driving behaviors.

Course Outline

  • Accident scenario & probable causes
  • Accident Cases & Lessons Learned
  • Aim of defensive driving
  • How Road accidents prevented
  • Factors affecting defensive driving
  • Tire Safety
  • Safe Driving During Foggy Conditions
  • Driving on Unpaved Roads
  • Emergency Equipment’s
  • Journey Management
  • Incident Reporting

1 Day Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

Heavy Equipment Safety

Operation of heavy equipment such as excavators, loaders, graders, rollers, and bulldozers should always be done by highly skilled operators who have demonstrated the ability and necessary skills to operate safely. In this course, we will take a look at the various types of heavy equipment and important controls and safe work practices for heavy equipment operations.

Course Outline

  • Potential hazards of various Heavy Equipment
  • Hazard Prevention and controls
  • Safety Considerations/Requirements
  • Equipment Inspections

6 Hours Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

Banks Man/Signal Man

This course has developed for workers that require the knowledge and skill to safely and competently perform the role of a Traffic Control Person. Explain the important roles and responsibilities of Traffic Control Persons also importance of pre-work planning and communication for jobsite safety, and how these are achieved.

Course Outline

  • General Requirements
  • Signage
  • Traffic Control Devices
  • Work Zone Precautions
  • Flagging
  • Safety Precautions
  • Case Study
  • Safety Precautions

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Work at Height

This uniquely designed Work at Height training course helps participants to understand the regulations related to working at height as well as provides necessary information needed to be able to successfully mitigate working at height risks and implement control measures. It emphasizes on adopting preventive and protective measures, rescue procedures in cases of emergency.

Course Outline

  • Definitions
  • Fall Hazards & Control Measures
  • Precautions Against fall from Height
  • Means of Access for Work at Height
  • Personal Protective Equipment for Work at Height
  • Fall Arresting Equipment
  • Emergency Response
  • Case Study

6 Hours Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

Basic First Aid

Medical emergencies such as heart attacks or choking can happen at any time. This Basic First Aid course equips the learner with the knowledge, practical skills & understanding required to provide appropriate first-aid treatment for injuries and sudden illness until medical professionals arrive to take over.

Course Outline

  • First-Aid Introduction
  • Cuts and Scrapes
  • Puncture Wounds
  • Shock First-Aid
  • Degrees of burns
  • Electrocution First-Aid
  • Fractures First-Aid
  • Heady Injury First-Aid
  • Nosebleed, Bite Wound
  • Basic Life Supports (BLS)
  • Choking & First-Aid

6 Hours Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

Ergonomics

This training involves teaching employee’s basic ergonomic principles and how to apply those principles to the workplace. Topics that are typically covered during training include safe work practices, greater awareness of tasks that raise the risk of injury, and the proper use of workplace tools, machines, and equipment.

Course Outline

  • Management of Hazards
  • Hazard Control Strategies
  • Analysis & Task Design
  • Video Display Terminals
  • Factors of MSD
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Neck, Leg & Knee Strain
  • Manual Handlings
  • Sitting Posture
  • Laptops, and Smart Phones

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Hot Work Safety

Many destructive fires are caused by hot work or the cutting, welding and other work that generates heat and sparks. when safety procedures followed properly, help ensure the workplace stay safe. This course covers hazards, safety precautions, responsibilities and emergency procedures associated with this dangerous work. Ideal learners include all employees.

Course Outline

  • Hot work definition
  • General Safety Precautions for Hot Work
  • Gas Welding & Cutting
  • Transportation & Storage of Cylinder
  • Arc Welding & Cutting
  • Fire Prevention
  • Ventilation & Protection
  • Grinding Safety
  • Hot Work Hazards
  • Control Measures & PPE’s

4 Hours Theoretical session with assessment

Competency Training in Rigging & Slinging

This training program specially designed for a participant who is working at activities where slinging & rigging is required in the crane operation including working at height. The program is aimed at helping participants understand the hazard and risk working at height and how to prevent from falling accident including to enhance the competency of rigger in rigging & slinging activities. The scope of this training is to provide a detail understanding of rigging & slinging work systems that needs to be implemented to ensure safety of the worker while working on Tower or any other high places and craning activities.

Course Outline

  • Rigger Duties & Responsibilities
  • Factors Affecting Lifting Operations
  • Factors to consider when positioning crane
  • Hazard in Lifting Operation
  • Type of Cranes and basic examinations
  • Signs of Identification & Signals
  • Rating of Lifting accessories
  • Route Path and Management
  • Rigging Basics – Hitches
  • Good and bad Rigging Practices
  • Sling Angle and Working Load Limits
  • Introduction to Wire Rope Sling & Capacity Chart
  • Introduction to Chain Sling & Capacity Chart
  • Introduction to Synthetic Sling & Capacity Chart
  • Inspection & Application of Lifting Gears
  • Basic Load Weight calculation
  • Elements of Lifting Plan and Preparation
  • Methods of slinging

2 Day Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

Competency Training in Scaffolding Erection, Dismantling & Inspection

The course will provide knowledge of legal obligations contained within National & International standards for provision and use of scaffolding, the correct terminology and components, and the construction standards required to ensure safe places of work. The course will also provide inspection techniques and the recording procedures necessary to comply with the statutory provisions. The aim of this scaffolding training is to provide the participants both theoretical and practical knowledge to enable them to erect, inspect, use and dismantle scaffolds, using standard scaffolding guidelines.

Course Outline

  • Scaffold Terms and Terminology
  • Measurements and Dimensions of a Scaffold
  • Types of Scaffolds
  • Erection procedure of Tube & Coupler Scaffold
  • Erection Procedure of System/Modular Scaffold
  • Erection procedure of Welded Frame Scaffold
  • Scaffold Methods
  • Hazards of Scaffolding Erection & Dismantling
  • Type of Couplers & SWL’s
  • Access to Working Platform
  • Ladder safety
  • Erection Tolerances
  • Type of Braces & Installation procedures
  • Decking & Guard Rails
  • Gin Wheels Installation
  • Types of Ties and Application Method
  • Criteria for Underhung Scaffolds
  • Scaffold Inspection & Tagging
  • Dismantling of Scaffolding
  • User Responsibilities

2 Day Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

Mobile Crane Operator

The aim of mobile crane operator training course is to teach operators to safely operate a Mobile Crane On completion of the mobile crane course the operators will know their duties, The machine identification, terminology and daily maintenance, the operational disciplines relating to the usage of this type of crane and the basics of rigging & slinging safety.

Course Outline

  • Pre Start Checks
  • Operator Cab Checks
  • Weekly and daily checks of the cranes
  • Positioning of the Crane
  • Hazards of Crane Operation
  • Types of lifting gear and the applications
  • Different types of slings and hitches
  • Sling angles and the factors affecting the lifts
  • Standard Hand signals

6 Hours Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

Tower Crane Operator

This course is intended for Tower Crane Operators and who want to learn more about Tower crane safety on construction sites. The goal of this training is to raise awareness of Tower crane operator’s roles, responsibilities, and influence with regard to safety on the construction.

Course Outline

  • Pre Start Checks
  • Operator Cab Checks
  • Weekly and daily checks of the cranes
  • Positioning of the Crane
  • Hazards of Crane Operation
  • Types of lifting gear and the applications
  • Different types of slings and hitches
  • Sling angles and the factors affecting the lifts.
  • Standard Signals

6 Hours Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

EOT Crane Operator

The aim of our overhead crane course is to teach the operators to safely sling loads and to use the Pendant / Remote Controlled Crane On completion of the course, operators will know duties, the correct procedure for using the Pendant / Remote Controller and basic concept of Rigging & Slinging

Course Outline

  • Type of Cranes
  • Crane Parts/Components
  • Preoperational Checks
  • EOT Crane Operation
  • Type of Lifting Gears and Applications
  • Basics of Rigging & Slinging
  • Standard Signals
  • Lifting Hazards and Safety Measures

6 Hours Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

MEWP Operator

MEWP Operator Training is a training class that applies to persons engaged in the design, maintenance, use and operation of MEWPs (Mobile Elevating Work Platform). This includes scissor lifts, boom lifts, manual lifts and various types of trailer-mounted lift devices.

Course Outline

  • Duties & Responsibilities
  • Familiarization of Components
  • Safety Rules
  • Pre-Operation Instructions
  • Operating Instructions
  • Case Studies
  • Safe Work Practices

6 Hours Theoretical & Practical session with assessment

Earthmoving Equipment Operator

The Earthmoving Equipment Operator Training course well prepares students for professional construction work as Earthmoving Equipment Operators.

Course Outline

  • Pre-Start Checks
  • Operator Cab Checks
  • Equipment Inspections Procedures
  • Potential hazards of Equipment
  • Hazard Prevention and controls
  • Safety Considerations
  • Basics of Defensive Driving

6 Hours Theoretical & Practical session with assessment