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Abu Dhabi Occupational Safety and Health System Framework (OSHAD-SF) Mechanism 8.0 (OSH Practitioner Registration) outlines the process of registering Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) practitioners. As part of this process each applicant must have completed training on OSHAD-SF principles and requirements, as prescribed and arranged by OSHAD.
At the end of this course there will be an assessment to determine if the participant has the desired understanding of the OSHAD-SF principles and requirements. The assessment will be a 1 hour written exam.
A certificate of completion awarded to the successful participant will need to be submitted as part of his/her application for registration at Qudorat as OSH Practitioner. Certificates will be able to be verified from AJIST student records.
All occupational safety and health professionals who wish to operate in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
By the end of this course the learner will:
- Gain an understanding of OSHAD-SF and its document structure
- Understand mandatory requirements of OSHAD-SF:
-Codes of Practice; and
-Standards and Guideline Values.
- Develop the necessary knowledge to complete OSHAD-SF mandatory forms, especially those for the reporting of performance and incidents.
- Introduction to the Abu Dhabi Occupational Safety and Health System Framework (OSHAD-SF).
- Overview of OSHAD-SF documents (mandatory and non-mandatory).
- Mandatory requirements of OSHAD-SF Elements (i.e., an organization’s management system elements).
- Mandatory requirements of OSHAD-SF Mechanisms (i.e., implementation processes / procedures) and associated forms.
- Final Assessment.
2-Day Course with Assessment + 1 re-sit at AED 840 (not offered currently due to the pandemic)
Online Training Course with Assessment + 1 re-sit at AED 840
Al Jazirah Institute of Science and Technology
Important Reminder: All candidates who come to Al Jazirah Institute for the assessment have to present a negative PCR (whether vaccinated or not) that is valid within 72 hours.