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Qualifcations pathway for SHEQ Professionals Qualifcations pathway for SHEQ Professionals Presentation Transcript

  • Career Development for Health and Safety Practitioners
  • CONTEXT
    • Many current Health and Safety Practitioners are not adequately qualified, competent, skilled, or experienced enough to adequately advise on Health and safety Risks.
    • There are many reasons for this but the main one is the lack of Suitable Career Development, from start to finish
  • Career Development Defined
    • The progression through a sequence of jobs, involving continually more advanced or diverse activities and resulting in wider or improved skills, greater responsibility and prestige, and higher income .
  • Career development
    • The ability and competence to perform at a higher level
    • By acquiring more Knowledge
      • Qualifications
      • Mentoring and Coaching
      • Life long learning
    • More Skills (Applied Knowledge)
    • Values and Attitudes
  • Career development
    • More Work experience
      • Apply new Knowledge
      • Apply new skills
      • Better Networking
      • Problem solving
      • New ideas (Innovate)
  • Current Challenges
    • Field Related
      • Health and Safety is not a high enough Priority
      • Health and Safety is seen as an EXPENSE rather than as an INVESTMENT .
      • Lack of incentive to develop Skills.
      • Productivity VS Profit
      • No standardisation between sectors on what qualifications, experience and skills are needed.
  • Education and Training
    • Limited Higher education Qualifications
    • Limited Providers of Higher education and Training.
    • Limited trainers, facilitations and lecturers
    • Limited scoping of Occupational Profile
    • Mismatch of qualifications to Field requirements( Fit for Purpose)
    • Limited or mismatched Funding
    • Limited Practical Learning and transference.
  • Employees
    • Limited Professional development
    • Resistance to life long learning
    • Resistance to skill development
    • Health and Safety Practitioners need to move to Health and Safety Professionals
    • Perception of Health and Safety (Limited Professionalisation)
  • KNOWLEDGE SKILL EXPERIENCE VALUES AND ATTITUDES
  • AGENDA
    • STRUCTURE OF ETD
    • HIGH LEVEL OVERVIEW
    • ACCREDITATION
    • IRCA GLOBALS TRAINING PROGRAMMES
    • IRCA GLOBALS EDUCATION PROGRAMMES
    • THE CURRENT STATE
    • GOING FORWARD
    • “ People are the only element with the inherent
    • power to generate value.
    • All other variables - cash and its cousin credit, materials, plant and equipment, and energy — offer nothing but inert potentials.
    • By their nature, they add nothing, and they
    • cannot add anything until some human being,
    • be it the lowest level operator, the most ingenious professional, or the loftiest executive, leverages that potential by putting it into play”.
    The ROI of Human Capital Jac Fitzenz American Management Association 2000
  • ETD DIVISION IRCA ETD Education Assessments ETD QM Course customisation Research & Development Agency / License Agreements Training RPL ETD QM
  • Qualifications Pathway SHEQ SPECIALIST NQF 9 &10 Strategic Level MSc MOTI PhD MOTI SHEQ PRACTITIONER NQF 6 Operational Level MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION IN OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT DIPLOMA SHEQ COORDINATOR NQF 2-5 Practice Level -RISKMAQ CERTIFICATES -SHORT COURSE CERTIFICATES SHEQ PROFESSIONAL NQF 7 Tactical Level BACCALAUREUS IURIS: OCCUPATIONAL RISK LAW B COM BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
  • The IRCA Global Differentiators
    • Workroom and Classroom are interconnected.
    • Learning is based on action learning models.
    • Courses articulate into higher education.
    • Revised and updated SHEQ practitioners Handbook.
    • IRCA’s world class Integrated SHEQ RISK Management strategies are disseminated into learning programmes.
    • Passionate ,Knowledgeable ,skilled and experienced trainers, facilitators and lecturers.
  • ETD CAPACITY
    • Mining
    • Process Engineering
    • Construction
    • Legal
    • Occupational hygiene
    • First aid / firefighting
    • Education
    • Management
    • Training Development
    • Operational RISK Management
    • RISK Assessment
    IRCA ETD has facilitators with expertise in all industry verticals including.
  • ACCREDITATION
    • Health and welfare SETA accreditation No HW592PA05000122
    • ISO 9001:2008 Certified
    • Training Accreditation from Services SETA Decision No. 085
    • Mining Qualifications Authority Approval No.: 16/MQA/002/PA/240603
    • First Company to successfully implement Customer Service Standard
    • Services SETA Recognition Award 3 Stars
    • RISKMAQ accredited by Council of Higher education through partner Universities.
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    • Mission of IRCA ETD
    • To contribute to the continual improvement strategy of clients and our nation by providing an integrated approach to health, safety, environmental and quality education and training that can be customised to meet specific needs .
  • IRCA EDUCATION
      • To reduce incidence in the workplace by reducing RISK through knowledge acquisition and application.
      • To professionalise the health and safety field.
      • To empower the individual.
      • To recognise and formalise knowledge through education into full qualifications.
  • COURSE CATEGORIES REFERENCE COURSE CATEGORIES 1. AU AUDITING 2. RA RISK ASSESSMENT 3. OH SHEQ MANAGEMENT 4. IA INCIDENT ANALYSIS 5. LL LEGAL LIABILITY 6. EN ENVIRONMENTAL 7. GC GENERAL 8 SP SKILLS PROGRAMMES
  • AUDITING COURSES Reference Course Description 1. AU 01 - 1 Common Audit Process (CAP™) Awareness (CAPAC) Course 2. AU 01 - 2 Accredited CAP™ (Common Audit Process) Auditor Techniques (ACAT) Course 3. AU 01 - 3 Common Audit Process (CAP™) Executive Overview
  • RISK ASSESSMENT COURSES Reference Course Description 1. RA 02 - 1 Fundamentals Of Risk Assessment (FRA) Course 2. RA 04 - 1 Hazard Operability Study (HAZOP) Course 3. RA 05 - 1 Structured “What If Technique” (SWIFT) Course 4. RA 06 - 1 Critical Task Analysis (CTA) Course 5. RA 07 - 1 Failure Modes, Effect and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) Course 6. RA 08 - 1 Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) Course 7. RA 09 - 1 Asset Management Course 8. RA 10 – 1 Business Continuity Management Training Programme
  • SHEQ RISK MANAGEMENT COURSES Reference Course Description 1. OH 01 - 1 Modern S-H-E-Q / Risk Management Course (MSRM) 2. OH 01 - 2 Modern S-H-E-Q / Risk Management – Distance Study Programme 3. OH 02 - 1 Executive S-H-E-Q / Risk Management Orientation Course (ESRM) 4. OH 03 - 1 Health and Safety Representatives Awareness Course 5. OH 03 - 2 Health and Safety Representatives Course 6. OH 04 - 1 S-H-E-Q Awareness Course 7. OH 04 - 2 S-H-E-Q Awareness Course 8. OH 05 - 1 Construction Safety Training Course (CST) Course (IRCON) 9. OH 06 - 1 OHSAS 18001:2007 Awareness Course 10. OH 06 - 2 OHSAS 18001:2007 Implementation Course 11. OH 06 - 3 OHSAS 18001:2007 Presentation 12. OH 06 - 4 OHSAS 18001:2007 - SANS 3000 Awareness Course 13. OH 07 - 1 ISO 9001:2000 Awareness Course
  • INCIDENT ANALYSIS COURSES Reference Course Description 1. IA 01 - 1 Root Cause Analysis Technique Overview (RCAT™) Course 2. IA 01 - 2 Root Cause Analysis Technique (RCAT™) Course 3. IA 01 - 3 Executive Root Cause Analysis Technique (RCAT™) Presentation 4. IA 02 - 1 Incident Investigation Course 5. IA 03 - 1 Introduction to 5 – Why Investigation Technique
  • LEGAL COURSES Reference Course Description 1. LL 01 - 1 Legal Liability for Executives Course – Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993 (“OHSA”) 2. LL 01 - 2 Legal Liability for Supervisors Course – Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993 (“OHSA”) 3. LL 01 - 3 Awareness Course – Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993 (“OHSA”) 4. LL 01 - 4 Construction Regulations Overview Course 5. LL 01 - 5 Executive Legal Liability Presentation – Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993 (“OHSA”) 6. LL 02 - 1 Legal Liability for Executives Course – Mine Health and Safety Act, 29 of 1996 (“MHSA”) 7. LL 02 - 2 Legal Liability for Supervisors Course – Mine Health and Safety Act, 29 of 1996 (“MHSA”) 8. LL 03 - 1 Introduction to Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases (“COID”) Act, 130 of 1993 9. LL 04 - 1 Overview of National Railway Safety Regulator Act, 16 of 2002
  • ENVIRONMENTAL COURSES Reference Course Description 1. EN 01 - 1 Modern Environmental Management Course 2. EN 02 - 1 ISO 14001:2004 Awareness Course 3. EN 03 - 1 Environmental Awareness Course
  • GENERAL COURSES Reference Course Description 1. GC 01 - 1 Planned Task Observation (PTO) Course 2. GC 02 - 1 Inspections Course 3. GC 03 - 1 Confined Space Entry Course 4. GC 04 - 1 Train the Trainer (TTT) Course 5. GC 05 - 1 Lock out / Tag out Course 6. GC 07 - 1 Work Permit Systems Course 7. GC 08-1 Hazardous Chemical Substances (HCS) Awareness Course
  • SKILLS PROGRAMMES Reference Course Description 1. SP 01-1 Risk Management Qualification (RISKMAQ) Part 01 2. SP 01-2 Risk Management Qualification (RISKMAQ) Part 02 3. SP 01-3 Risk Management Qualification (RISKMAQ) Part 03
  • RISKMAQ
    • Is a learning development programme that is registered at NQF level 4,5,6 & 7
    • Leads to full qualifications.
    • It caters for SHEQ Professional Career Path.
    • RPL can be applied to achieve credits.
    • Learning can be customised around the learners situation.
    • Offered through blended, face to face, e learning and distance study programmes.
    • Registered in two full qualifications with The University of the Free State and The DaVinci Institute
    • Endorsed by professional bodies in order to professionally register.
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  • RISKMAQ PART 1 OUTCOMES
    • At the completion of this course, participants will have a fundamental understanding of various aspects and activities that form part of effective SHEQ management systems .
  • RISKMAQ PART 1
    • Introduction to SHEQ Management
    • Basic Legal Liability
    • Introduction to Incident Prevention
    • Introduction to Health and Safety Representatives/Committees
    • Introduction to Safe Behaviour Management
    • Introduction to Hazardous Work Management
    • Introduction to Hazardous Chemical Substances (HCS) Management
    • Introduction to Occupational Health
    • Introduction to Safe Work Measures
    • Requirements for Housekeeping/Premises
    • Introduction to Machinery/Equipment Safety
  • RISKMAQ PART 2 OUTCOMES
    • At the completion of this course, participants will have a fundamental understanding of various aspects and activities that form part of effective supervision and control of SHEQ management systems .
  • RISKMAQ PART 2
    • Overview of SHEQ Legislation
    • Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA)
    • Supervising Hazardous Work
    • Supervising Hazardous Chemical Substances at the Workplace
    • Work Permit Systems
    • Task Observation
    • Introduction to Emergency Preparedness
    • Inspections
    • Communication and Training / Coaching Techniques
    • Incident Management
    • Basic Safe Behaviour Management
    • Supervision/Enforcement
  • RISKMAQ PART 3 OUTCOMES
    • At the completion of this course, participants will have a fundamental understanding of various requirements to design, implement and manage SHEQ Management Systems in the organisation .
  • RISKMAQ PART 3
    • Executive Legal Liability: OHSAct.
    • Executive Legal Liability: MHSAct.
    • Occupational Health Management.
    • Health and Safety Management Systems.
    • Environmental Management Systems.
    • Quality Management Systems.
    • Corrective Preventive Action.
    • Integrated Management Systems.
    • Managing Change.
    • Incident Management Facilitation.
    • Issue Based Risk Assessment.
    • Task Analysis and Procedure Development.
    • Contractor Management.
    • Machinery and Equipment Management.
    • Emergency Response Planning and Evaluation.
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    • THE MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION IN OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT DIPLOMA
    • In association with The Da Vinci Institute For Technology Management and IRCA Global
  • PURPOSE OF THE MOTI DIPLOMA
    • The purpose of this qualification is to recognise those who have the required competence to serve in transformation management positions in organisations (public and private, including self owned businesses) and the community at large, by enabling them to obtain a nationally registered and recognised qualification.
  • Structure of the MOTI qualification
    • The qualification is a 2 year part time or full time Diploma on NQF level 6 worth 240 credits.
    • The qualifications comprises of 50 % Safety, Health Environment and Quality Modules and a further 50% Management of Technology, Innovation People and systems thinking modules.
  • STRUCTURE OF THE MOTI DIPLOMA
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    • Baccalaureus Iuris : Occupational Risk Law
    • In association with The University of the Free State and IRCA Global
  • BIURIS OUTCOMES
    • Students must acquire the ability to act as legal-professional practitioners in occupational risk law. Identify and solve problems in die field of occupational risk law through critical and creative thought .
    • Approach and manage personal and professional activities in a responsible, ethical and effective manner.
    • Do effective legal research by gathering, analysing and critically evaluating information.
    • Use technology effectively and responsibly to the advantage of the community as a whole.
    • See occupational risk law as a component of a system of interdependent systems within the community where problem-solving cannot take place in isolation .
  • BIuris Curriculum
    • Criminal law
    • English for law (year module)
    • Environmental law
    • Incident Investigation
    • Introduction to health and safety legislation
    • Introduction to legal science
    • Labour Law
    • Law of business enterprises
    • Law of Contract
    • Law of Delict
    • Law of things
    • Legal compliance system
    • Legal interpretation
    • Occupational risk assessment
    • Occupational risk management
    • Occupational risk legal practice
    • Public Law
    • Safe behaviour management
    • Safety, health, environmental and quality law 3 Years
    • Statistics
  • Current Education Statistics
    • 3 Cohorts Currently on MOTI
    • 1st Year of BIuris Started
    • 2600 applications at UFS
    • RISKMAQ is prolific in the field an is one of the most sought after courses.
  • SHORT TERM DEVELOPMENTS
      • RISKMAQ DIPLOMA based on the new Education Legislation.
      • Moving from Professional Endorsement to Professional Accreditation.
      • Achieving critical mass.
      • Pivotal grants
      • Running programmes as In house Corporate Universities
      • Complete QCTO Pilot project with SETA
  • RISKMAQ PART 1 RISKMAQ PART 2 CERTIFICATES RISKMAQ PART 3 B.IUR DEGREE WITH ENDORSEMENT TO LEGAL INDUSTRIAL RISKMANAGEMENT B COM BUSINESS MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION TO LEGAL INDUSTRIAL RISK MANAGEMNT MOTI DIPLOMA IN OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT INTERMEDIATE LEGAL INDUSTRIAL RISK MANAGEMNT ADVANCED LEGAL INDUSTRIAL RISK MANAGEMNT
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