This SICS Introduction to Health & Safety course has been developed to make candidates aware of the key health and safety issues and the part that they should play in keeping themselves and others free from harm and risk place.

All trainees completing this course will receive a SICS Certificate in a Introduction to Health & Safety in the Workplace.

Respect the unexpected.  Think through your risks.Because Risk Make Sense.”

Key Learning Outcomes and Skills

This course provides for all the core aspects of Health & Safety and covers all the main training outcomes such as:

  • Hazards and Risks in the Workplace
  • Safety Signs and working with Machinery
  • Working Safely with Vehicles and Noise
  • Working Safely at Heights
  • Safe Manual Handling
  • Fire and Electrical Safety
  • Working Safely with Hazardous Substances
  • What to do in an Emergency

Career Pathway

Average Safety Officers in the United States make around $57K annually. In the world of Safety Officers, total cash compensation can vary between $29K and $88K

Job Description for Safety Officer

Safety officers are responsible for monitoring activities in the workplace and ensuring that nobody is violating safety regulations. The essential aim of their job is to minimize occupational injuries, accidents, and health problems. Their job requires more than simply watching the behavior of coworkers and correcting unsafe conduct; they must also provide employees with safety training to ensure that they are fully aware of safety standards. This may involve circulating reading and instructional material on the matter, as well as running or organizing educational programs.

Entry Requirements

Anyone who has awareness and challenging behavior with great zeal and excellent charm of excitement.  It has no connection with formal education equivalence.  Not only in Pakistan also Globally this Course can be done for better performance and better career opportunity.

Safety Officer Tasks

  • Develop, train others, enforce, and audit safety standards and regulations.
  • Document safety policies, training, regulations, compliance, and adverse events.
  • Conduct walkthroughs and formal audits to evaluate safety needs and policies.
  • Monitor equipment moves and maintenance, and make changes to procedures.