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The course is designed to improve participant’s know how about safety valve technology and maintenance work. The trainers will guide and facilitate the participants through examples and demonstration on physical safety valves at ILSAS workshop.
Participants shall be introduced to various types of safety valves in a typical power plant along with their respective major components and working principles. The trainer will guide participants on overhauling work and the important setting on critical parts. Trouble-shooting will be discussed.
The aims of the course is to equip and assess participants skills and knowledge in implementing safe systems of work for conducting temporary traffic control while working on road or roadway in order to secure the safety of workers and road users.
It provides a legislative basis for ensuring the safety of workers and road users during construction or maintenance work affecting roads traffic. Its intention is to clarify the relevant provisions in order to ensure that in respect of construction roadwork’s adequate guarding and lighting is provided, and traffic signs are placed and maintained, and where necessary operated, as far as practicable for the safe guidance or direction of persons, having regard, in particular, to the needs of people with disabilities.
No one set of signs or other traffic control devices can typically satisfy all conditions for a given task. At the same time, defining detailed standards that would be adequate to cover all applications is simply not practical. Traffic control plans and devices used, may be adopted by the authority of a public body or official having jurisdiction for guiding traffic. The plans and devices should follow the principles that will be taught in this program but may deviate from the typical drawings to allow for conditions and requirements of a particular site or jurisdiction.
The criteria of this course are intended to apply to five categories of roads (Jabatan Kerja Raya Malaysia, Identifying, Prioritizing And Treating Hazardous Locations On Roads In Malaysia, 1995):
1. Expressway (Toll) 2. Federal 3. State 4. Urban 5. Other (District Council or Private)
A trainee successfully completing this course will be able:
1. To identify an environmental or physical hazard at the road side.
2. To have adequate information on the legislative and regulation for ensuring the safety of workers and road users during construction.
3. To have adequate knowledge on the requirement of safety signage’s and safety notices during construction at the road side.
for any enquiries please contact:
1. NAME: ZAHAR JAFRI
Target Participant: Managers, Engineers, Safety Coordinator, Senior Technician, Fitter & Driver
Duration: 2 Days
Target Participant: OPEN