Certified Occupational Health & Safety (Ministry of Labor)

Location and Date & Time

23 Jun - 29 Aug , 2019
04:00 PM - 08:00 PM
English / Arabic


Fee Member
Fee NonMember


Additional Info
Sunday - Tuesday - Thursday
Certified By
Ministry of Labor


Preparing and qualifying professional safety and health supervisors to achieve the following objectives:

Role of the supervisor of safety and occupational health

Providing a safe and safe working environment

Safety and health of individuals

Educating, developing and training individuals

Management and identification of risks and methods of control in the work environment

Prevent accidents

Trash management

Measure the working environment

Follow-up of primary and periodic medical examinations

Protection of property

Inspection of work areas and writing reports

Follow up laws and regulations

Follow up accidents and work injuries

Provide first aid required

Target groups

Employees in the field of safety and occupational health

Persons who wish to work in the field of occupational safety and health, provided that the following conditions are met:

Degree holders

Holders of public secondary schools in any branch

Graduates of institutes and vocational training centers (minimum of two years)

After the tenth grade).

From the completion of the basic education - the tenth grade successfully, provided the availability of experience

A certified process of not less than five years in the field of safety and occupational health.

Methods of evaluation and success in the program

Attend the program continuously

Effective participation during training

Complete periodic operational reports

Pass the practical exam

Pass the theoretical exam

Scientific content

  • General principles in safety and occupational health
  • Assessment and management of occupational hazards in the work environment
  • Identify types of hazards and work environment control
  • Inspection of work areas
  • Accidents and work injuries
  • Laws, regulations and legislation for safety and occupational health
  • Environmental tests and measurements
  • Medical waste management
  • First aid
  • Risks arising from scaffolding and drilling and control methods
  • Fire extinguishers and fire extinguishers
  • Personal protectors
  • Application and practical visits