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Haleeb foods training and development project

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Haleeb foods training and development project

  1. 1. 1 | SUBJECT: Human Resource Development Submitted to: Prof. Inam Gilani FINAL TERM PROJECT ON: Training Program of Health and Safety Department 4th Semester By Fezan Akhtar MBAP-F13-1X Faisal Saeed MBAP-F13-1X Hina Shaheen MBAP-F13-1X Adeel Ahmad MBAP-F13-1X MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Faculty of Management Sciences THE SUPERIOR UNIVERSITY LAHORE Campus, Okara, Pakistan Date of Submission, X-X-201X
  2. 2. 2 | Acknowledgement Thanks to almighty Allah for enabling us to fulfill all the requirements for the completion of our project report. It would not be a justice in presenting this report without mentioning the people around us who have been inextricably related with the completion of this report. For assisting us in all respect and regards to complete this report our heartfelt thanks to our teacher" Inam Gilani" who enriched us knowledge with wealth led ideas to pursue and power of writing this report. It could not have been possible to accomplish this report without his thoughtful guidance and expertise. It is also a great pleasure to record honorable regards to all those who helped us lot in learning and enhancing our knowledge and ability during the project. Finally for all possible errors, omissions and shortcomings in writing of this report only we are responsible for which we hope that all concerning regards of this report will forgive us.
  3. 3. 3 | TABLE OF CONTENT Executive Summary............................................................................................................................5 History...............................................................................................................................................5 Vision & Mission ...............................................................................................................................5 Value:................................................................................................................................................6 Haleeb Management Team..................................................................................................................9 Health & Safety..................................................................................................................................9 Boiler Safety....................................................................................................................................10 Training and Its Importance...............................................................................................................12 Training Process Diagram.................................................................................................................13 Purpose of Training ..........................................................................................................................14 Need Assessment..............................................................................................................................16 TNA Form.......................................................................................................................................18 Action Planer..............................................................................................................................................20 Training Design............................................................................................................................................21 Lucky Draw Activity Form..........................................................................................................................24 Activity Evaluation Form............................................................................................................................25 Material of Training.....................................................................................................................................26 Methods of Training.....................................................................................................................................27 Schedule of Training ...................................................................................................................................28 Implementation............................................................................. ..............................................................29 Evaluation Form...........................................................................................................................................31 Tips and Advises of Workplace health and safety.......................................................................................33 Budget Plan.................................................................................................................................................34 Conclusion ..................................................................................................................................................35 References....................................................................................................................................................36
  4. 4. 4 | Executive Summary When we search and evaluate the safety issues after the incident which is happened in our organization we realize that we have to do something about it and then we plane to give a training on health and safety. We want to realize our labor how important you are for you as well as for your family. We want to give them a brief description on safety. And we found ourselves very much satisfied and comfortable after delivering this training. When we planned about this training we have to face some issue there is a big target in front of us how we can achieve our this target. We follow the training process for our training this training process become really helpful for us. First we start with assessment we perceive our safety method give assessment forms to our employee and labor in order to find some solid suggestions. There is six points of this step and we have to fulfill and complete each and every point in order to meet success in order to develop a good training so we work very hard for this training process. The 1st point of this step is to clear objective so our objective is very clear after a very horrible incident we have to deliver some teaching and training to avoid these type of incidents in future so this is our objective now let’s move towards the next point that is to develop lesson plan. Our lesson plan is to keep our training very professional but very much simple because most of our labor in our country are not too much qualifies so that’s why we keep our training very much simple because learning of our employees learning is very important and we can do this through reasonable training so that’s why we keep our training simple. After this we have to select material the material which we pick was based on videos ads commercials emotional videos and on slides these all are our materials. After all that the time is come to finalize a good and experienced trainer we assign Doctor Tahir Barlas for our training because he is very experienced, qualified and skilful person. Now 5th step comes that’s is method we choose of the job training method for our training in which involves lectures, slides, case studies and videos. We found of the job training method best method for our training. In a way we use both method’s because on last day we do practical of our training the staff will do the work with all those safety equipment’s which we ask them to wear in training. After all this we have to pick the dates of our training we pick 30,31,1 of January and February for our training. Overall this was a great healthy and meaningful experience for us and for all of our employees and we believe that after this healthy and learning training the horrible incidents must be stopped.
  5. 5. 5 | History: Haleeb Foods Ltd. was incorporated on July 1st, 1984 with a capital of Rs. 46 Million under the name of Chaudhary Dairies Limited which was renamed as CDL Foods Limited and now it is known to be as Haleeb Foods Limited. Vision: Optimizing resources and deliver sustainable growth. Mission Statement:  Productivity: Be a highly efficient & effective organization  People: Develop a team of passionate and committed individuals whose goals are completely aligned with the corporate objectives  Portfolio: Maintain a portfolio designed to meet changing consumer expectations by delivering nutritious and high quality food solutions in a cost effective manner  Profit: Maximize long term return to shareholders while being ethically responsible  Partners: Develop sustainable and mutually beneficial relationships with customers, suppliers and other stakeholders  Planet: Be a responsible corporate entity by helping build sustainable communities
  6. 6. 6 | Values Integrity: For close to three decades, Haleeb Foods Ltd (HFL) has sustained its reputation of being a company which cherishes values such as fair play, honesty and reliability. Members of the Haleeb family are determined to observe and follow the highest ethical standards required by a company that is in the dairy sector and that aims to win and sustain the confidence of the consumer as one of its primary objectives. This focus on ethics and integrity is not only outward looking, the daily functioning of the company encapsulates values like equal opportunity for all employees, a culture of complete meritocracy and no discrimination on the basis of gender, religion, cast and other such considerations. We believe the a fore – mentioned values to be fundamental pillars of our success. We take pride in how we conduct the business by saying and doing the right thing, while consistently emboldening every one with us to the right thing at all times. Pursuit of Excellence: The Haleeb team is sold to the idea of perfection completely. There are many manifestations of this concept; we want to deliver to the consumer outstanding quality and taste in the shape of our products; we want to deliver to the stakeholders; our investors and lenders the returns and profitability. For the employees, we want them to stretch themselves and chalk out a glittering future for this company and outstanding careers for themselves. For our business partners, our vendors, customers and service providers, we want to develop long term and mutually beneficial business relationships which allow them to grow in consonance with Haleeb. At Haleeb the “germ” of pursuit of excellence is fairly contagious and it inspires people at all levels to perform exceptionally. Empowerment and Accountability: Authority and accountability are twin concepts and we at Haleeb believe in providing employees at all levels the right kind of authority which develops their decision, making skills and makes them think independently. And grow as business executives/managers, obviously with adequate controls in place so as to manage the risk in all decisions. This creates a sense of ownership in people boosting their morale as authority is delegated. Empowerment results in devolution of trust and establishment of a healthy working environment. Delegating responsibility, however, comes with personal responsibility. Thus, in order to ensure a result oriented and effective business environment, competent monitoring processes are practiced, where each employee takes responsibility for his/her respective decisions. Cooperative Spirit: Admitting the importance of teamwork, the Haleeb family passionately promotes the culture of sharing knowledge and working collectively. The concept of working in teams and with coordination comes in handy for reaping benefits from pooled talent and expertise ultimately resulting in higher productivity. A platform is provided to people where going an extra mile to accomplish team objective is a common routine. To add further value to our work practices, experienced and capable top management provides consistent counseling which enables employees to work towards a shared vision.
  7. 7. 7 | Environment, Health and Safety: Haleeb family has successfully managed to align their goals with procedures that priorities and comply with employee safety and health. Acknowledging the paramount significance and vitality of human capital for ensuring a successful business, the company arranges wellness programs aided by comprehensive safety literature to educate the employees about safe work environment. We facilitate employees with prompt first aid service and medical treatment, accompanied by periodic medical check-ups, a trained team for fire – fighting, emergency exit drills, laundry management and locker management system. Last but not the least; Haleeb is privileged with ISO 9001-2008, 14001 and 2200 certifications. Corporate SocialResponsibility: At Haleeb, employees are encouraged to contribute consistently and positively towards a better standard of life, not merely for our customers but also for the community at large. While acknowledging the importance of profitability and generating adequate returns to the stakeholders, we have also been mindful of integrating our operations with activities that help “giving back to the community”. Haleeb has supported the project of MEDA Pakistan; Pathways and Purse strings. Besides empowering the less advantaged, Haleeb is also conscious about being environment friendly through strict observance of waste reduction and numerous other environment friendly practices.
  8. 8. 8 | Haleeb ManagementTeam Talal Sajjad Head of Accounting & Finance Muneeb Shahid Production Manager Rohail Alvi Head of Sale & MCDS Faisal Imran Malik CEO Taha Asif Head of Marketing & HR Ahmad Umair Procurement & Quality Jan Muhammad Internal Auditor Faisal Nasir Manager Engineering
  9. 9. 9 | Health Care: Find health care information and resources for insurance, prescriptions, hospitals, long-term care, and providers. Diseases & Conditions: Learn more about diseases, conditions, health topics, bio-terrorism, and prevention. Healthy Living: Adopt a healthy lifestyle and learn more about topics such as lowering health risks, public health programs, food assistance, and pregnancy. Environment & Weather: Learn more about environmental and weather-related health and safety issues such as drinking water, air quality, radon, asbestos, mold, lead-based paint, and severe weather. Workplace Health& Safety: Learn more about workplace health and safety rules, regulations, and programs. Emergencies & Disasters: Prepare and plan for emergencies and natural disasters and learn what to do to recover. Police & Prisons: Learn more about law enforcement, police, corrections, prisons, and prisoners in Illinois. Crime & Justice: Learn more about fraud, theft, criminals, and find crime data, statistics, and services for victims. Military: Find information on Army and Air National Guard’s, military personnel, plans, operations and training, including family and youth support programs.
  10. 10. 10 | Boiler Safety The Boiler Safety Section certifies that all high and low pressure boilers and unfired pressure vessels, storage tanks, expansion tanks, steam kettles and desecrators are functioning in a safe manner. All Units within commercial establishments and public buildings of assembly must be inspected annually and a certificate of operation is issued by this unit when devices are in full compliance. Elevator Safety The Elevator Safety section insures that all elevators, escalators, dumbwaiters, moving walks, wheelchair lifts, material lifts, conveyors and all other related devices are inspected on an annual basis. When these devices are found to be in a proper and safe working condition, the unit issues a certificate of operation. The Elevator Section also enforces the statutes relating to the installation, construction, service, repair and investigation of all accident reports, complaint investigations, re- inspections, modernizations and reports of any malfunctioning devices. Emergency Planning Community Right-to-Know (EPCRA) The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) of 1986 establishes requirements for federal, state and local governments, Indian tribes and industry regarding emergency planning and “Community Right-to-Know” reporting on hazardous and toxic chemicals. The Community Right-to-Know provisions help increase the public’s knowledge and their access to information about chemicals at individual facilities, their uses of such chemicals and releases of these chemicals into the environment. States and communities working with facilities can use the information to improve chemical safety and protect public health and the environment. RESOURCES Hot Water Heater Safety Brochure Application for Permit to Install Boilers Form Boiler Rules and Regulations
  11. 11. 11 | Right-to-know The Right-to-Know section educates and trains both employers and employees that are either exposed to or have on the premises where they are employed any hazardous substances being used, stored or transported that is listed on the designated list of hazardous substances. The priority of conducting an inspection is to effectively ensure that the maximum feasible protection is provided to the workers of this state.
  12. 12. 12 | Training & Importance of Training: Training and career development are very vital in any company or organization that aims at progressing. Training simply refers to the process of acquiring the essential skills required for a certain job. It targets specific goals, for instance understanding a process and operating a certain machine or system. Career development, on the other side, puts emphasis on broader skills, which are applicable in a wide range of situations. This includes decision making, thinking creatively and managing people. Training is the need of any organization and every department of an organization. Training is must for the growth of employees as well as organization. Trainings are really helpful for the newly joining ‘sin the organization. Through training we can enhance the ability, knowledge, skills of our employees. Training is the requirement of every employee. A multinational organization uses the word training as strength to enhance the human resources. Profitable organizations send their employees to foreign countries to enhance their strength. Another reason behind this purpose is to perceive the organization behavior of foreign countries learn their strength learn their dealings. These things are really helpful when those trainees come back to their organization and implement those things which they have learned in the foreign countries. So we can say that the training is the necessity for every organization and their employees. Training gives strength to organization. So training helps organization to enhance their human resources strength. We are going to give training on health and safety. Most of our organizations did not follow and did not care about staff, employees, labor health and safety. They are just focused on work, work and work. So that’s why safety issue occurs in our big industries and organizations. Training on safety is very valuable and necessity for the labor and other technical staff. We can avoid incidents by giving the trainings on health and safety. We will give the knowledge to our labor and staff and teach them how to work under the safe condition. Give the first priority to their lives then to their work. Because labor is the strength of an industry and all the production is depends on labor so we have to give importance to their lives. We pick HALEEB FOODS INDUSTRY labor and other technical staff for training. Because HALEEB FOODS is a big industry with a large number of labors and other technical staff so that’s why we are picking their staff for training and to ensure that their labor learn about their safety. We will implement this training through following of training process. Firstly we will follow the very initial step of training process that is assessment and then we design the training after this we will go for the 3rd step that is implementation and at last we should evaluate our training. So we will give training on health and safety through the help of these four steps.
  13. 13. 13 | TRAINING PROCESS DIAGRAM ASSESSEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONDESIGN EVALUATION Need Assessment Components of TNA Define Objectives Develop Lesson Plan Develop Material Select Trainer Select Method Schedule of Program Deliver the Program Training Outcome
  14. 14. 14 | PURPOSE To provide guidance to employers on training employees in health and safety. Why is training important? Employees are the greatest assets you have to assist you in achieving your business objectives as well as meeting your moral and legal obligations in providing and maintaining a safe and healthy workplace. To get the best from your employees it is essential that they be provided with appropriate training on all aspects of their work including health and safety. Training is an excellent way for employees to learn new skills and knowledge and to reinforce good work practices. This can result in a change in workplace behavior (e.g. a new way of doing something). Investing in effective employee training will increase skills, knowledge, productivity and morale as well as reduce workplace incidents. Who is In-charge of Training? Training and development can be responsibility of Professionals in Human Resources, Human Resource Development or Organizational Development. Haleeb foods may also have entire functions or departments called Human Resources (HR), human Resources Development (HRD) and Organizational Development (OD) who provides training and development. Human resource Development (HRD) refers to the integrated use of training and development, organizational development and career development to improve group, individual and organizational effectiveness. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENTFUNCTIONS The functions of HRD in Haleeb foods is to developing the required skills in employees as by perceiving the future needs and demands of the company as well as the requirement of the competitive environment. The major functions which they have to perform are following.  Training and development (T&D)  Organization development  Career development  The “new learning and performance wheel”  Strategic management and HRD  The supervisor’s role in HRD  Organizational structure of the HRD function
  15. 15. 15 | As Haleeb foods is one of the growing company of the country so, it is also facing a lot of challenges in order to make its human resource as its competitive advantages, the major challenges which are being faced by the Human Resource Development of Haleeb foods are following.  Increasing workforce diversity  Competing in a global economy  Eliminating the skills gap  The need for lifelong learning  Facilitating organizational learning However in Haleeb foods the HRD department is doing great job in order to cope with all these challenges, HRD department has developed a complete framework which the management is currently practicing. What does the law require? The Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (the Act) requires employers to provide such training to employees as is necessary to enable the employees to perform their work in a manner that is safe and without risks to health. Various regulations made under the Act (e.g. Hazardous Substances Regulations, Plant Regulations) require employers to provide training to employees on:  The nature of hazards  The processes used for hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control,  The need for, and proper use, of measures to control risk,  Safety procedures,  The use, fit, testing and storage of personal protective equipment. Aims and objectives of health & Safety: Overall aim is to develop a level of understanding of the basic principles of food hygiene and safety in the catering industry. Complies with the formal training requirement showing compliance with the law and covers major aspects of food hygiene:  Simple microbiology, toxins, spores, growth and death  Common food hazards - physical, chemical, microbiological  Personal hygiene - basic rules and responsibilities  Preventing food contamination  Managing food safety hazards  Food poisoning, symptoms and causes  Cleaning and disinfection  Legal obligations including any recent or upcoming changes in the law  Pest control  Effective temperature control of food e.g. storage, thawing, cooking and reheating.
  16. 16. 16 | Need Assessment
  17. 17. 17 | A need assessment is a process of identifying performance requirements and the Gap between what performances is required and what presently exists. Training Needs Analysis of Health & Safety: The first step of any training program is identifying your employees' training needs. This is referred to as a "Training Needs Analysis". This is achieved by the identification of the difference between the skills and knowledge of an individual or group and the skills and knowledge they require to carry out a particular task. Training is an essential part of good food hygiene practice and is a legal requirement for all food handlers. This course is designed for ALL food handlers, managers and proprietors of food catering businesses and aims to give candidates a fundamental knowledge of the basic principles of food hygiene. Employees of HALEEB faced a big Hazard in their BOILERS DEPARTMENT. The big hazard was that; the boiler was blasted & many workers were dying. Then, we go to HALEEB FOODS & meet the head of department of HALEEB. They tell us about the boiler accident then, we are suggested that they organize training about HEALTH & SAFETY. So, our main reason to arrange this training to trainee the employees, workers & labor. BUT THIS TRAINING HAVE OPERATIONAL ANALYSIS
  18. 18. 18 | TNA Form Instruction of filling out this form:  Go through each question and record the number of staff who has received information or training on the particular subject.  After completing the TNA, record the total findings for your organization.  Consider the training topics and mark for each one, the priority it should have in your organization. 1. Low priority Most have been trained, or provide training within a 2-3 year cycle 2. Medium priority Majority trained, or should be addressed in 6-12 months 3. High priority Few have been trained, or should be addressed in 3 months Name of the Organization: Employee Name: Employee ID: Designation: Department: Qualification: Experience: Address: Email: Fax: Tel: Yes No Unsure Priority Employees Induction process takes place prior to starting the job and includes How to identify and report hazards OHS Responsibilities of employees OHS Responsibilities of supervisors Role of the Health & Safety Committee How to report incidents/injuries Company Safety Rule Employees Workplace Specific Major hazards of the work process, (including safe manual handling, use at hazardous substances, noise) Introduction to plant, machinery, equipment, tools, substances and materials used. Fire & Emergency evacuation plans Health and Safety Representatives
  19. 19. 19 | Attended a Health and Safety Representatives training course Where deputies exist they have been trained Managers and Supervisors trained in Roles and legal responsibilities of employers/managers Organizational health and safety policies. The consultation process for managing OHS. How to conduct hazard inspections, audits, accident investigations. How to develop hazard control programs. How to inform, induct and supervise employees, including the development of Safe Operating Procedures. The role, responsibilities and rights of employees. The role and function of health and safety representatives and committees, the consultation process. The effective rehabilitation of injured workers. The role of the inspectorate in enforcing legislation. The resolution of health and safety issues. Knowledge of language and cultural factors. Health and Safety Committee The Health and Safety Committee’s role and function in planning and developing OHS Programs. Hazard management principles of hazard identification, risk assessment and control. The use of OHS&W statistical information. Committee decision making skills. OHS promotion. Policy and procedure development. Contractors Legal requirements for the site Site OHS&W rules Workplace policies and procedures Specific site hazards Fire and emergency plans Training as required by contractors to meet specific legal requirements Use of power driven machinery Boiler drivers Boiler Safety officers Boiler supervisors Explosive tools
  20. 20. 20 | ACTION PLANNER Having completed and collated the results from the TNA, the next task is to plan the appropriate training activity to meet the identified need. Use the following form to assist you in the process of identifying training activities. Timelines for implementation, the managers responsible for planning action and resources requirements. If you do not have a Training Manager, then your organization needs to nominate a manager to be responsible for the implementation of this training plan. Discuss the Action Planner at a management meeting or OHS Committee meeting before implementation. TRAINING ACTION PLANNER: Date: -------/-------/------- Training for:---------------------------------------------------------------------- Detail of Training required Training for(number) By Whom By When Completion Date Cost Discussed By OHS Committee: -----------------/-----------------/----------------- Responsible Officer: ------------------------------------------------------------------
  21. 21. 21 | Training Design
  22. 22. 22 | DESIGN OF TRAINING TRAINING OBJECTIVES: Our basic object behind this training is to ensure the safety of our staff and our labor because labor is the actual backbone of a firm and we know that the labor have a big part in production in industry. So that’s why we have to give importance to our labor and ensure their safety and health. So this is the purpose behind this training. We want to avoid horrible incidents in our firm. We want to give safe and comfortable working condition to our labor. We want to give them 100% safe working conditions. We know that this training is really helpful for them because most of our employees are does not care about their safety they actually have no idea how dangerous is to work without safety and how important this word safety to avoid some horrible incidents. So that’s why we are giving training on health and safety. LESSON PLAN: This point is very important for our training. We have to develop a solid lesson plan in order to give them a good training. Because training is not just to give a 3 days speech it is not just a speech it is training on labor and employees safety we are going to talk on their safety we are going to talk on importance of live and how to avoid horrible incidents so we have to develop some solid lesson plan. Our training is for employees and labor as we all know that most of our labor is not qualified they are best and qualified in technical field but most of them are illiterate in schooling. So we keep our training simple we use simple words our TNA evaluation form will be in simple words our slides of training will be in simple words we will keep our training simple. Speaker will speak in Urdu so that’s how we can give them a solid lesson and they can learn better from this training. We will show them some famous emotion and important videos on health and safety. We will realize them the importance of their lives and how important and precious they are for their parents, wives and children’s. We will give them some fresh and learning atmosphere. At the end of training we will give them some gifts through lucky draws that will give some motivation and they will be focused throughout the training. So that’s how we will deliver our program.
  23. 23. 23 | PRESENTATION OF ORGANIZATION TRAINIG TOPIC SUMMARY OF KEY POINTS DURATION OF EACH ACTIVITY IN EACH SESSION TRAINING COTENTS TRAINING METHOD ACTIVITIES BREAK EXERCISE TO WARM-UP CONCLUSION
  24. 24. 24 | LUCKY DRAW ACTIVITY PLAN Activity: ---HEALTH & SAFETY (CONTROL HAZARDS) --- Date:---01/02/2015--- Employee Name: ---------------------------------------------------------------------- What you have to learn from this training? 1. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How you to control Hazards? 1. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Did this training are useful to you? Yes No List of specific Hazard (which we tell in this training) 1. ---------------------------------------------- 2. --------------------------------------------- 3. ---------------------------------------------- 4. ---------------------------------------------- 5. ---------------------------------------------- How you take actionto prevent FIRE? 1. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Tell the costs of accidents whichHSE shows? 1. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. -----------------------------------------------------------------------
  25. 25. 25 | ACTIVITY EVALUATION FORM Did this training are useful to you? Yes No Are biological hazards in the procedure? Yes No Do you find the information? Yes No This activity is useful for others? Yes No Give any suggestion: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name (optional) __________________________ Date of Training: Employee Name: Trainer Name: Department: Location: Activity Name: Hazard or risk: Rate of risk taking: Main Activity: Office Environment Quality of Milk Engineering Workshop Boilers Environment Transportation boilers Condition Mechanical Dangers Parts of Machinery Pressure Vessels Crushing Impact Trapping Compressor Friction Gravity Ejection
  26. 26. 26 | MATERIAL: Material is very important for this type of training. We will choose some selective material. We will choose some solid emotional ads and which have emotions and solid lessons to tell. The slides will be educational we will show the values of horrible incidents in our organizations. And we will give them some solid lesson of how to avoid this type of incident. We will pick and use videos of ads, emotional videos, videos on health and safety equipment’s and some horrible incidents videos captured by C.C.TV cameras in some organizations. We will use slides for our training material. We will pick experienced speaker for our training that have the experience of many years in the field of health and safety. So these all are our training material which can help to develop a solid and understandable training. TRAINER: DR. TAHIR BARLAS: Dr. TAHIR BARLAS is a renowned HSE (Health Safety & Environment) Consultant, who brings 25 years of world class experience in Managing & Practicing HSE in various Organizations. He worked as Country Corporate HSE Manager for Shell Companies in Pakistan, GM - HSE PIA & GM Compliance & HSE Azagard Group. Earlier he had a stint with ICI Pakistan as Occupational Health Advisor. He is affiliated with PSTD (Pakistan society for Training and Development) as visiting HSE Consultant. He is also ILO Train the Trainer “Occupational Health & Safety Resource. DR. BARLAS has significantly contributed in the area of HSE Compliance, Auditing, Training and Development & Implementation of HSE –IMS, Road Safety, Behavior Based Safety and Occupational Health Management across various Industrial Sectors in Pakistan. He is also a Lead Auditor for OHSAS 18001 (Occupational health and safety management system specification.) & ISO (International Standard Organization) 14001 Global Health, Safety & Environmental Standards. Currently DR. BARLAS is assisting a number of leading organizations in Pakistan & the Middle East as HSE Consultant. He is affiliated with PSTD as a visiting HSE consultant. His areas of expertise are down in lines:  Safety Driving Hazard Identification  Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment  Personal Protective Equipment Program  Enhanced Safety Management System  Incident Investigation and Tripod Analysis  Occupational Health Program- Occupational Illnesses, Prevention and Reporting System  Managing HSE in the Business Organization  Safety Culture, Leadership and Commitment  Integrated impact Assessment of Business Operations  Behavior Based Safety Program
  27. 27. 27 | METHODS: We will use the OFF THE JOB TRAINING METHOD for our training. Off The Job Training: (At training facility designed especially for training) These all methods we will use in our training and our whole training is based on these off the job training method. Slides: Video: Role Playing:
  28. 28. 28 | SHEDULE OF OUR TRAINING: We will give our training on Friday to Saturday (31-01-2015 to 01-02-2015) because Friday & weekend are less working hour’s day as compare to other working days. Employees will stay fresh and our production will not effect from this training. TIME ACTIVITY Friday Night 30-01-2015 DAY OF TRAINING 7:00-8:00 p.m. Dinner 8:00-10:00p.m. Introduction of Trainer & Organization Introduction of Training Program Discussion of the Plan foe Weekend 10:00-10:30p.m. TEA Saturday 31-01-2015 DAY OF TRAINING 9:00-10:00a.m. Breakfast 10:00-12:00a.m. Brainstorming session on Topic TNA Form Discussion on 1st Half Topic 12:00-1:00p.m. Lunch 1:00-3:00p.m. Presentation of 2nd Half Topic Warm-up Discussion on 2nd Half Topic Sunday 1-02-2015 DAY OF TRAINING 11:00-12:00a.m. Tea 12:00-2:00p.m. Conclusion Lucky Draw Activity Evaluation of Activity 2:00-3:00p.m. Lunch 3:00-5:00p.m. Video Clip Practical Training Evaluation Form 5:00-6:00p.m. Tea & Lucky Draw Activity
  29. 29. 29 | Implementation s Deliver The Program ON 30/01/2015 TO 01/02/2015
  30. 30. 30 | Evaluation Out Come of this Program EVALUATION FORM INSTRUCTIONS: Please complete this evaluation form Please check appropriate box. TYPE OF TRAINING SESSION
  31. 31. 31 |  3-day OH&S certification training for committees/worker health and safety reps/workplace health and safety designates  1 ½ day OH&S certification training for worker health and safety representatives/workplace health and safety designates  ½ day Power Line Hazards Certification Training FOR OFFICEUSE ONLY: ____ 3-day Power Line Hazards Trainers’ Course ______________________________ Training provider ______________________________ Trainer __________________________________ Date (last day of training) __________________________________ Town/City of training QUALITY OF INSTRUCTION 1 = Poor ……………….. 4 = Excellent (Circle the scorethat best applies) Planning and organization (covered learning objectives; was well prepared; made good use of time; etc.) 1 2 3 4 Willingness to help; availability; answered questions; etc. 1 2 3 4 Knowledge of material 1 2 3 4 Communication 1 2 3 4 Encouraged interaction and participation 1 2 3 4 QUALITY OF COURSE MATERIALS Effectiveness of the coursematerials 1 2 3 4 Usefulness of take-home materials 1 2 3 4 VALUE OF THE COURSE 1 Strongly Disagree 2 Somewhat Disagree 3 Somewhat Agree 4 Strongly Agree I learned a lot in this course. 1 2 3 4 I can apply what I’ve learned back at my workplace 1 2 3 4 Name two things you learned in this training you can apply in your work. 1. Firstly, When we have to start our working we all use safety shoes and jackets for securing our self in case of any emergency.
  32. 32. 32 | 2. When we have to start our working, it is necessary that we have checked all machines and equipments that they have properly working and in case of any fault accruing in them solve the problems and inform to the management. Please let us know if there are ways you feel this training may be improved. 1. This training may be improved if all the workers pay their attention to work according to the duties and responsibilities they assigned. They are all aware of the risks which may be happened by their negligence. In case of any problem arises in the concerning department i-e fire, blast etc they are all aware to be used the safety procedures which are mentioned in their training. Management role is also important regarding any issue in the company. Name (optional) __________________________ TIP & ADVICE OF WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY
  33. 33. 33 | The Occupational Health and Safety Administration is the arm of the government that regulates safety and health in the workplace. This is a serious subject, and while some employers see this as a burden, most understand that worker safety equals productivity. Accidents stop production, and that fact alone can have a major impact on business, industrial or not. The experienced employee that is injured is no longer available and that costs money and work quality. For this reason a number of different firms have built businesses providing professional occupational health and safety consulting. The government has standards that companies must meet and these firms ensure the success of the companies. Many of the services center around the training needed for workers and management, although some firms specialize in facilities inspection consulting. While mainly for industrial facilities, even offices have to meet fire safety and equipment safety requirements. Whether its management training or on-premises consultation, it is considered a best practice to evaluate a few companies and the services they provide. Business.com may be able to help you in your evaluations, as it offers a host of resources about the OHSA, and the companies it monitors. If you click the links on the left, they can help point you in the right direction and get your started. INSTRUCTION PLAN  All employees must know their rights and responsibilities regarding their safety and health at work.  They should be aware of the general laws applicable to them. All employees have entitlement to rest breaks and paid vacations  If you’re off sick from work and anxious about your job, you’ll find out practical information on what can be done  In the case of corporations that produce large items the health and safety at work for their staff may involve the right foot gear, shades, ear protectors and other protecting apparel  Safety and health at work for those employed by a legal company or accounting company would involve confidentiality, and cover against pissed off clients  Health and safety at work for those in the medical field involves proper disposal of dangerous waste, ensuring to sterilize areas after patients have used them and consistent private cleanliness to avoid spreading contagions.
  34. 34. 34 | Budget Plan: ORGANIZATION NAME: HALEEB FOODS LTD YEAR: 2015 TRAINING PERSON: 30 TRAINER FEE: 25,000 MEAL: 5000 CERTIFICATE: 300 HANDOUTS EXPENSES: 700 LUCY DRAW GIFT: 150 TOTAL: 31150
  35. 35. 35 | Conclusion: Result is always helps evaluators to evaluate the whole discussion. It will make easy to understand the whole program. As a human resource expertise first we perceive in which department we have to improve ourselves. Because of an incident which was happened in our boiling machine. After that incident we knew that we have to improve our self in safety and health. Because we loss the lives of some of our labor. We have developed some training for the employees of the boiler’s department in order to safe or secure their lives. . All employees at boiler’s department are given the opportunity to get themselves proper training about health & safety. So overall we make a good plan of our training that will happen on the end of this month and the very start of next month.
  36. 36. 36 | References: Website:  www.haleebfoods.com  www.en.wikipedia.org  www.entrepreneur.com Book:  Human Resource Development 6th Edition By Jon M. Werner

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