Legal Liability Training Material

Legal Liability - Occupational Health and Safety Act

[Critical sections of Occupational Health and Safety Act [Act No. 85 of 1993] as amended

Aligned to SAQA US ID 242668 NQF Level 4 Credits 4
“Demonstrate knowledge and application of the Occupational Health & Safety Act, 85 of 1993 (OHSA) (as amended)
and the responsibilities of management in terms of the Act”

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 Legal Liability Course Content Sheet

LEGAL LIABILITY

TRAINING MATERIAL INCLUDES

★ © Facilitator Guide (.docx)
★ © Learner Guide (.docx)
★ © Facilitator Visuals (.pptx)
★ Right to Reproduce Learner Guides
★ Course Material & Forms (.docx)
★ Certificate Template Merge (.docx & .xlsx)
★ Duration:   6-8 hours [Depends on customisation]
★ 5 x copies of "The One Minute Safety Manager"

ACCREDITATION / ALIGNMENT

ALIGNED TO SAQA UNIT STANDARD
Target:   Providers wishing to present credit-bearing training
Title:   “Demonstrate knowledge and application of the Occupational Health & Safety Act, 85 of 1993 (OHSA) (as amended) and the responsibilities of management in terms of the Act”
NQF Unit Standard:   242668
NQF Level:   4   Credits:   4

Saiosh CPD Accreditation Certificate - OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT COURSE CONTENT

 

PART 1 - Overview of The Legislation
PART 2 - Setting The Legislative Scene
PART 3 - Attention The Employer
PART 4 - Attention The Employee
PART 5 - Attention The Employer & Employee
PART 6 - Attention The Employer
PART 7 - Attention The DoL Inspectorate
PART 8 - Attention The Employer
PART 9 - Attention The DoL Inspectorate
PART 10 - Attention The Employer
PART 11 - Attention The DoL

 

Must be customized to suit your organisation's 'Assessed Risk Profile'

[Train the Risk Assessors with the HIRA Trainer's Pack]

 

PART 1 - Overview of The Legislation

 

★ Development of H&S Legislation in SA

★ Structure of the Act

★ Regulations

★ Principles of Law

★ Principle of Vicarious Liability

★ Principle of Relationships

★ Health and Safety Management System

★ Organisational Structure

★ Focus on Occupational Safety

★ Focus on Occupational Health

★ Focus on Training

★ Focus on Collective Consultation

★ Focus on Administration

 

PART 2 - Setting The Legislative Scene

 

★ Introduction

★ Purpose of the Act

★ Important Sections of the Act

★ Sect 1 - Definitions

★ Sect 2 - Advisory Council for Occupational Health and Safety

★ Sect 4 - Constitution of the Council

★ Sect 6 - Establishment of Technical Committees

 

PART 3 - Attention The Employer

 

★ Sect 7 - Health and Safety Policy

★ Sect 8 - General duties of Employers to their Employees [Train Managers and Supervisors with the SUPERTRAC Trainer's Pack]

★ Sect 9 - General Duties of Employers and Self-Employed Persons to Persons Other Than Their Employees

★ Sect 10 - General Duties of Manufacturers and Others Regarding Articles and Substances For Use at Work

★ Sect 11 - Listed Work

★ Sect 12 - General Duties of Employers Regarding Listed Work

★ Sect 13 - Duty to Inform [Train all Employees & Contractors with the INDUCTOR Trainer's Pack]

 

PART 4 - Attention The Employee

 

★ Sect 14 - General Duties of Employees at Work

★ Sect 15 - Duty not to Interfere with, Damage or Misuse Things

 

PART 5 - Attention The Employer & Employee

 

★ Sect 16 - Chief Executive Officer charged with certain duties

★ Sect 17 - Health and Safety Representatives [Train the H&S / SHE Reps with the  HASREP Trainer's Pack]

★ Sect 18 - Functions of Health and Safety Representatives

★ Sect 19 - Health and Safety Committees [Train the H&S / SHE Committee with the HASREP Trainer's Pack]

★ Sect 20 - Functions of Health and Safety Committees [Train the H&S / SHE committee members with the INVESTRAC Trainer's Pack]

 

PART 6 - Attention The Employer

 

★ Sect 21 - General Prohibitions

★ Sect 22 - Sale of Certain Articles Prohibited

★ Sect 23 - Certain Deductions Prohibited

★ Sect 24 - Report to Inspector Regarding Certain Incidents [Train the H&S / SHE committee members with the INVESTRAC Trainer's Pack]

★ Sect 25 - Report to Chief Inspector Regarding Occupational Disease

★ Sect 26 - Victimization Forbidden

 

PART 7 - Attention The DoL Inspectorate

 

★ Sect 27 Designation & Functions of Chief Inspector

★ Sect 29 - Functions of Inspectors

★ Sect 30 - Special Powers of Inspectors

★ Sect 31 - Investigations

★ Sect 32 - Formal Inquiries

★ Sect 33 - Joint Inquiries

★ Sect 34 - Obstruction of investigation or inquiry or presiding inspector or failure to render assistance

★ Sect 35 - Appeal against Decision of Inspector

 

PART 8 - Attention The Employer

 

★ Sect 36 - Disclosure of Information

★ Sect 37 - Acts or Omissions by Employees or Mandataries

 

PART 9 - Attention The DoL Inspectorate

 

★ Sect 38 - Offences, penalties and special orders of court

 

PART 10 - Attention The Employer

 

★ Sect 39 - Proof of Certain Facts

★ Sect 40 - Exemptions

★ Sect 41 - This Act Not Affected by Agreements

★ Sect 42 - Delegation and assignment of functions

 

PART 11 - Attention The DoL

 

★ Sect 43 - Regulations

★ Sect 44 - Incorporation of Health and Safety Standards in Regulations

★ Sect 45 - Serving of Notices

★ Sect 46 - Jurisdiction of Magistrates' Courts

★ Sect 47 - State bound

★ Sect 48 - Conflict of Provisions

★ Sect 49 - Repeal of laws

★ Sect 50 - Short title and commencement