، Sunday, 19 November, 2017
Welcome Guest!
Join IIHSEP >

Consultants Invited

Advisors & Lecturers

Lecturers Invited

HSE, OHSAS 18001, HACCP, ISO 14001

Translating HSE Books from English to Farsi

Translators (English to Farsi)
Send Us your CV 
  •  » Training
  • Training
    Training an Accepted Necessity
    The importance of training on to days world is obvious and from the employers' side is respected as the main way of giving the required information to the employees to provide them the required skills and instructions to do their jobs and responsibilities. Since having the required skills and technical knowledge is a must for most jobs and responsibilities, the employees are also interested to gain the knowledge and built up skills for their jobs. 

    Safety Trainings need Serious Attention
    Mostly efforts to gain knowledge and skills to do jobs and responsibilities safe and healthy by employees and also monitoring employees for safe behavior by their supervisors is not of first priority compared to technical knowledge and skills. This, in the workplace leads to unsafe acts and unsafe conditions. According to research findings most of accidents in the workplaces are route caused to unsafe acts and unsafe conditions too.
    Accidents impose direct and indirect costs to the employers and put employees in physical pain and provide their families mental concerns. Certainly offering safety training and enhancing knowledge of employees will protect both employers and employees from accidents consequences.
            
    Training Courses Offered By the Institute
    The Institute offers its training courses in 3 levels as follows. Since the efficiency of training courses is important, the Institute believes that the best criteria for measuring the efficiency of safety trainings are their impact on the reduction of accidents occurrence in the workplace. In the Institute we also believe that the basic condition to make safety trainings the most efficient is to identify the workers real safety training needs in the workplace. This requires sound application of training needs identification tools.  
    • General workplace safety and health training courses (In-house training)
    • Training courses for line managers and supervisors
    • Training courses for professional development