Al Salam Training Center (ASTC) was established with the main purpose of providing opportunities to all in order to become more competent, confident, and highly qualified and skilled professionals in the field of Safety, Technical skills, Leadership and Management.
VISION: Al Salam Training Center aims to be the leading International training organization in Safety, Technical Skills, Leadership and Management that prides itself in high quality results, excellence and competitiveness in the national and international market.
MISSION: To develop highly qualified, committed and competent professionals both national and international through a diverse, multi-faceted, and accredited and quality training course offerings.
Professional Diploma in Occupational Safety, Health and Environment
Basic - First Trimester
1. Introduction to Occupational Health & Safety
2. Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
Industrial hygiene is essential because it helps protect employees from several types of injuries and illnesses, including: Skin diseases like dermatitis, eczema, rashes and blisters are common in industries where workers skin comes into contact with hazardous chemicals.
3. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
PPE is essentially anything you can wear that will protect you against any hazardous conditions. PPE is important because it prepares you for any health and safety risks and gives you extra protection event of an accident or against the elements.
4. Slip, Trips and Fall Prevention
Good housekeeping is very important when working to prevent falls due to slips and trips. When selecting proper footwear, it is important that it be appropriate safe footwear for the work environment (e.g., slip-resistant safety shoes or boots in an agricultural work environment, factory or warehouse).
5. Basic Scaffolding Safety
Scaffold, in building construction, temporary platform used to elevate and support workers and materials during the construction, repair, or cleaning of a structure or machine; it consists of one or more planks of convenient size and length, with various methods of support, depending on the form and use.
6. Working at Heights
Gain knowledge, skills and experience that are necessary to select and set up working at heights equipment ready for safe use and operation. Identify risks in the workplace and eliminate or reduce the risk of severe or fatal injuries.
7. Excavation & Trenching Safety
The primary goal of this course is to teach you safe work practices for excavation and trenching. You will learn how protection systems and other safety precautions can prevent serious injuries related to excavation work.
8. Safety Talk/ Safety Tool Box Training
Toolbox talks are a great way to reinforce safety basics, focus on high-risk scenarios and to inform workers about changes to the jobsite and working conditions that may have occurred since their last shift. Be sure to discuss cover any accidents or injuries that have occurred and how they could have been prevented.
Intermediate - Second Trimester
9. Crane & Rigging Safety
In construction, safety is the number one priority, especially when lifting heavy objects and using heavy equipment. Using cranes and other equipment to lift and manipulate extremely heavy objects is the job of a qualified rigger.
10. Power Tools Safety
Only use appropriate Power tools for their intended purpose, and always follow proper safety procedures. This includes any safety guards, physical barriers, and personal protective equipment. Using the wrong tool for the job is a sure way to cause injury, ruin the tools, and possibly ruin whatever you’re working on.
11. HazCom & HazMat
The "Right to Know" program, HazCom ensures that those who are exposed to or use the chemicals are fully aware of the dangers involved and trained to use the products as safely as possible. HazCom is an aspect of HazMat Communication that goes beyond the actions of the employer.
12. Fire Safety
Fire Safety Awareness is an educational process to remind everyone in the workplace of best practices to avoid creating a fire risk, and the measures to take in the event a fire happens in the workplace.
13. Permit-to-Work System
14. Confined Space Entry
The course will educate participants on the definition of a confined space and the minimum site safety requirements and procedures to be implemented when opening, entering, exiting, and/or performing work within these spaces.
15. Electrical Safety
Electricity can kill or severely injure people and cause damage to property. However, you can take simple precautions when working with or near electricity and electrical equipment to significantly reduce the risk of injury to you, your workers and others around you.
16. Lock Out / Tag Out (LOTO)
A lockout/tag out program will help prevent: Contact with a hazard while performing tasks that require the removal, by-passing, or deactivation of safeguarding devices. The unintended release of hazardous energy (stored energy). The unintended start-up or motion of machinery, equipment, or processes.
Advance - Third Trimester
17. Safe Lifting Operation & Inspection
Lifting operations are considered to be high-risk activities that require thorough risk assessment and careful planning prior to commencement of work. Past cases had proven that serious injuries can be inflicted during lifting operations involving even light or small loads.
18. Incident/Accident Investigation
When Incidents/Accident are investigated, the emphasis should be concentrated on finding the root cause of the Incident/Accident so you can prevent the event from happening again. The purpose is to find facts that can lead to corrective actions, not to find fault.
19. Conducting Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
The Job Hazard Analysis tool is used to identify how to perform task step-by-step, any hazards associated with the task and controls to mitigate the hazards. A Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) is an analysis of the hazards and risk associated which focus on identifying and controlling hazards.
20. Conducting Risk Assessment
The aim of the Risk Assessment process is to evaluate hazards, then remove that hazard or minimize the level of its risk by adding control measures, as necessary. By doing so, you have created a safer and healthier workplace.
21. Ergonomics in the Workplace
Implementing ergonomic solutions can make employees more comfortable and increase productivity. Why is ergonomics important? Ergonomics is important because when you're doing a job and your body is stressed by an awkward posture, extreme temperature, or repeated movement your musculoskeletal system is affected.
22. Behavior-Based Safety
When implemented correctly, a Behavioral Based Safety program can provide positive rewards to change unsafe behavior, reduce job-related injuries, minimize lost production hours, and improve workplace morale, the essential ingredients for creating a strong safety culture.
23. Workplace Violence Prevention
Having a policy and good procedures demonstrates your commitment to tackling Workplace Violence and ensuring the safety of your staff. You should make sure that all your staff, including new and part-time employees, are aware of these procedures and policies and know what they are expected to do.
24. Managing Safety and Health
A safety and health management system means the part of the Organization's management system which covers: the health and safety work organization and policy in a company. The practices, procedures and resources for developing and implementing, reviewing and maintaining the occupational safety and health policy.