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Permit Courses

 

RiskCom S.A. (Pty) Ltd branches across South Africa will be able to assist your company with the following courses. On successful completion of these courses, the student will receive an attendance certificate.

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Permit Issuer / Acceptor

 

Course Title: 

Working at Heights

Description:

This course does not have specific course content.

The course is aligned with clients company policy and procedures.

Course contents will be kept confidential.

Permit to work

 

Course Title: 

Permit to work

Description:

This course is designed to acquire the knowledge and skills requirements applicable to a permit to work in terms of hot work; cold work; confined space entry and lockout systems in a work area.

Duration: 

1 Day

This course does not have specific course content.

The course is aligned with clients company policy and procedures.

Course contents will be kept confidential.

 

Requirements for the application of a hot or cold work permit.

  • Authorisation requirements – organizational policies and procedures, the method used for the requisition of equipment, processes and apparatus for maintenance.
  • Methods method used for preparing for maintenance on equipment and or electrical apparatus.
  • Methods used for cancellation of authorisation for maintenance on equipment and or electrical apparatus.
  • Methods used for the return of equipment and or electrical apparatus to service.

 

Requirements to apply a lock-out system.

  • Means to ensure the security of all points of isolation.
  • Methods of access control to restricted areas.
  • Methods for the return of equipment and or electrical apparatus to service

 

Requirements are applicable to a confined space entry.

  • Responsibilities of the issuer and receiver of the test permit.
  • Specific requirements for testing the working environment, equipment and/or electrical apparatus before entering a confined space.
  • Responsibilities of the confined space entry permit receiver in terms of personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements.
  • Emergencies.
  • Procedure for the hand-over of the permit on completion of work.

 

Course Notes.

OHSAct and the application to permit requiring work / GSR 5 / Permit policies and procedures / Resource coordination.

 

Lock out procedure

 

Course Title: 

Lock-out Procedures

Description:

This training skill will enable participants to contribute to and support the performance of maintenance functions in their respective industries and work areas.

Duration: 

1 Day

Target Audience:

Supervisors, SHE Representatives and employees

 

1. Planned maintenance, scheduled (statutory) and breakdown maintenance.

  • Differences between planned maintenance, scheduled (statutory) maintenance and breakdown maintenance.
  • Work area inspection.
  • Collecting historical production information.
  • Collecting historical maintenance information.

 

2. Communicate maintenance requirements.

  • Job card completion.
  • Obtaining a work permit.
  • Pre-warning of the maintenance area.
  • Obtaining feedback in planned maintenance work.
  • Making requests for special equipment or requirements.

 

3. Preparing equipment for maintenance.

  • Mechanical isolation of equipment.
  • Making equipment safe in line with workplace procedures.
  • Electrical isolation of equipment.
  • Making work areas safe.
  • Restriction of access.

 

4. Perform post maintenance tasks.

  • Performing post maintenance area inspection.
  • Ensuring the work permit is signed-off.
  • Preparing equipment for operation.
  • Completing the shutdown record.

 

Course Notes.

The learner will be able to demonstrate knowledge to understand planned maintenance, scheduled (statutory) and breakdown maintenance. The learner should also be able to communicate maintenance requirements, prepare equipment for maintenance and perform post maintenance tasks.

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