Training Course Description Post market surveillance is an effective tool to handle crisis management and control public health. The lessening credibility of the medical devices by the consumers and regulatory agencies has led to the popularity of post market surveillance. This course will be focusing on the regulatory expectations for post market surveillance and explain the methods of applying the requirements to medical devices. Topics consist of handling complaints, complaint systems inspections surveillancs systems, Medical Device Reports (MDR), implementation challenges, medical device tracking, impact of post approval studies and fulfilling compliance requirements. Who Should Attend? Recall Coordinators Research and Development Manufacturing Medical Directors C
Training Course Description Since prevention is better than cure, it is necessary conduct periodical safety audits and site inspections. Action plans and checklists must be prepared ahead of time. Employees need to know their responsibilities to be able to protect themselves and others. This course will help safety professionals manage all aspects of their audit and inspection programs. It serves as a guide to assure regulatory compliance and a safe workplace. Training Course Objectives Differentiating between safety inspection and safety audit Eliminating hazards in the workplace Conducting professional inspections Learning inspection and observation procedures Raising awareness in companies Who Should Attend? Safety professionals HSE practitioners Engin...
Training Course Description This course imparts the necessary knowledge to participants to develop the skills required in leading formal Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) reviews of design processes to facilitate identifying potential hazards against all foreseeable conditions. Training Course Objectives This course is designed to help participants to understand: The HAZOP methodology and its application The requirements for conducting effective HAZOP studies The differences between HAZOP and other hazard identification techniques; The responsibilities of the HAZOP Leader and participator ; How to prepare for HAZOP studies; Full hands-on application of HAZOP studies will be provided during the training will to enable participants to acquire HAZOP leadership capabilities...
Training Course Description This interactive course is designed for all those responsible for safety, whether they are based on land or at sea. It shows them how to carry out operational risk assessments and incident investigations.The issues relating to accident and incident investigation are fully discussed including different investigation methodologies, interview techniques, witness reliability and the production of investigation reports. Training Course Objectives Understanding the concepts of risk management and risk assessment Developing risk management approaches Facilitating application of the concepts in real-life situations, using Risk Management procedures and relevant documentation Applying Accident / Incident investigation and the Root Cause Analysis techni
Training Course Description All organizations face uncertainty in meeting their objectives. As a proven methodology, risk management is a systematic framework for maximizing areas where outcomes can be controlled while minimizing area that cannot be predicted and over which control cannot be exercised. This course provides the foundation to start managing organizations’ risks effectively. After completion of this course, participants will be able to understand the fundamentals, key principles and applications of risk management to their organizations. Training Course Objectives Understanding the a risk management system Preparing a risk management plan to guide the risk approach Identifying key aspects and interrelationships of a risk management framework with the organizat
Training Course Description The goal of this course is to understand the role and responsibilities of the close protection operative and to understand the skills required to create and maintain a secure environment. This course will provide the necessary information to assist participants in close protection, threat and risk assessment, operational planning and team work which can protect their lives and the lives of citizens for whom they are responsible. Training Course Objectives Explaining the purpose of close protection Explaining the different roles and responsibilities within a close protection team Identifying who is likely to require close protection services Explaining the range of equipment available to the close protection operative Explaining the tasks a clo
Training Course Description A security guard's role is to maintain order at a set location and provide a visible, prominent and reassuring presence to a company's employees and members of the public. They can be employed and based in any location, where there is a need for a secure atmosphere and environment. This course is designed to provide theoretical and practical fundamentals as well as issues related to the profession of security guards. Training Course Objectives Understanding how to maintain a high visible presence to deter illegal or inappropriate behavior Being able to to detect, deter, observe and report Learning how to apply emergency procedures Learning how to search individuals Being able to report about incidents Who Should Attend? Security guar
Training Course Description Ergonomics is an applied science which emphasises the importance of designing workstations, so the workstation is appropriate to the individual worker. The objective is to "design out" as many ergonomic risk factors as possible in an effort to reduce musculoskeletal disorders (MSD). This course emphasizes recognition of musculoskeletal disorders in institutional, office, and industrial settings. Topics include anthropometry, working postures, task analysis, manual materials handling and environmental factors. Upon completion, participants should be able to recognize ergonomic problems and recommend appropriate control measures. Training Course Objectives Identifying signs and symptoms of ergonomic ailments. Identifying industries and processes at high
Training Course Description This course covers theory, detection, health effects, and regulation of ionizing radiation. Particular emphasis is on compliance with federal regulations in the occupational setting. Upon completion, participants should be able to aid in implementation of a radiation protection programs in an industrial or institutional setting. Training Course Objectives Differentiating between ionizing and nonionizing radiation. Describing the different types of ionizing radiation. Describing the health effects of differing dose ranges of ionizing radiation. Performing basic dosage calculations for exposures to ionizing radiation. Demonstrating familiarity with different methods of evaluating radiation hazards. Implementing basic control measures for lim
Training Course Description An understanding of the principles of fires and explosions are critical to identifying how a fire will start and spread, the former of which is known as primary fire hazards, each of which has the ability to initiate or start a fire, or exacerbate a fire. These elements will be required when completing a fire risk assessment. Explosion and fire are interlinked in that on many occasions; fire occurs after an explosion, it is therefore essential that those involved with fire safety and risk management have a basic knowledge of the causes and properties of explosion, particularly in relation to processes involving gases and dusts which will be thoroughly covered in this course. Training Course Objectives Outlining the properties of flammable and explosive ma...