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Workplace Safety

WSQ Workplace Safety Courses

Workplace safety refers to the working environment at a company. It encompasses all factors that impact the safety, health and well-being of employees. Including environmental hazards, unsafe working conditions or processes. Also drug and alcohol abuse, and workplace violence.

The Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Act is an essential part of a framework to cultivate good safety habits in all individuals. so as to create a strong safety culture in workplaces. It requires stakeholders to take practicable measures to ensure the safety and health of persons at the workplace.

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Policy and Risk Management

Identify and respond to risks in a way that minimizes their impact. Risk management activity focuses on following the rules. Set by government regulations, industry associations and internal company policies.


Management System

The management system is the way an organization manages parts of its business to achieve its objectives. These objectives can relate to many different topics. Such as product or service quality, operational efficiency, environmental performance, health and safety in the workplace, and many more.


Incident Investigation and Analysis

Incident or accident investigation. Analysis and understanding the causes is a critical element of safety management. The purpose of an incident investigation is to understand why an incident happened. And make improvements to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future.


Workplace Communication and Engagement

Building staff’s ability to communicate and relate well in the workplace is crucial. A good leader must be able to lead communication and engage both internal and external customers


Emergency Preparedness and Response

Emergency preparedness is a continual process. Identify risks and taking actions to reduce or eliminate them. This process involved many people across the institution working together.


Problem Solving and Decision Making

Problem-solving and decision-making belong together. You cannot solve a problem without making a decision. There are two main types of decision-makers. Some people use a systematic, rational approach. Others are more intuitive.


Provide Workplace Safety & Security

This module equips participants with safety and security knowledge and application skills. For staff and guests at the workplace. Respond to emergency response procedures, safe work practices, and risk control procedures.

WSQ Course Catalog

Workplace Safety Courses

Manage Hazardous Substances

Manage Hazardous Substances

This unit covers mainly the competencies in identifying the sources of hazardous substances and implementing control measures to manage the associated risks.

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