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:07 Aralık 2015

The Training aims that Occupational Safety Experts or Occupational Safety Assistant Experts acquire knowledge and skills on: how to implement Occupational Health and Safety works at work places; Site Inspection; Monitoring and Reporting; how to prepare Occupational Safety Documentation.


  • Occupational safety expertise or consultancy for work places, employers or employers’ proxies
  • Rules that should be followed during meetings
  • Setting up site pre-inspection list and rules to follow during implementation
  • Preparation for site inspection and documentation
  • Study of legal issues for machinery and equipment used at work places
  • Drawing methodology in the site inspection and reporting
  • Case studies
  • Rules that should be followed to fill in approved site book
  • Adding site inspection results into the annual monitoring table
  • Setting up corrective and / or preventive activity sheet for site inspection findings and controlling its efficiency
  • Set up occupational health and safety council (OHSC) within the framework of legislation
  • Preparing assignments and announcements for OHSC
  • OHSC meeting and issues to consider in the meeting
  • Preparing and writing OHSC meeting report
  • Follow-up methodologies of OHSC meeting report
  • Setting up annual work plan
  • Rules that should be followed for the implementation of annual work plan
  • Setting up periodic annual monitoring system
  • Preparing annual evaluation report
  • Rules that should be taken into account while choosing personal protection equipment used at work places
  • Purpose of work permits used at work places
  • Preparing risk assessment procedures at work places
  • Rules that should be taken into account while assessing risks at work places
  • Adding risk assessment into implementation action plan
  • Setting up site notice and monitoring system
  • Adding site findings into the risk analysis table
  • Rules that should be taken into account while working with chemicals at work places
  • Setting up material safety information sheet
  • Practice of struggling with chemical scrap and reporting
  • Rules that should be taken into account while preparing emergency planning at work places
  • Setting up emergency plan
  • Planning practices to be carried out at work places
  • Fire extinction
  • Alarm and evacuation
  • First aid
  • Rules that should be taken into account while carrying out practices at work places
  • Preparing practices’ minutes at work places
  • Preparing annual training plan
  • Setting up a system to follow up trainings for staff
  • Monitoring annual training activities

Training duration: 4 days / 24 hours

Target Group: Occupational Safety Experts or Occupational Safety Candidate Experts.



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:17 Ekim 2018

Project Cycle Management trainings are crucial for individuals and institutes who will be participating in project/grant processes within the scope of Financial Cooperation Relations with the European Union.

Within the scope of this cooperation, this training programme aims at reducing problems faced during the preparations of EU Documents such as Project Fiches and Terms of References. PCM will be studied from a conceptual and practical approach. 

Project cycle management training includes the following items: Definition of the project and the role of the project within the scope of EU supports, PCM, basic documents and stakeholder responsibilities, logical framework approach, principles and how to use basic analytic tools, identification of indicators.

Following trainings are delivered within the scope of the programme:


  • Turkey – EU Pre-accession assistance relations
  • EU funded projects and the planning process
  • Basic Terms regarding Project Process Management
  • Logical Framework and Principles
  • Generating Logical Framework Matrix
  • Project Application Forms (Project Fiche and ToR) and the preparation of the annexes
  • Evaluation Criteria for the identification of the project awards


Duration:  3 days / 18 hours

Number of Participants: 10-25 persons

Participant Profile: Representatives of project coordinators, NGO representatives, individuals or institutes planning to apply for a grant, employers or employer representatives, academics, students, workers. 



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:13 Ekim 2015

This programme aims at raising awareness on risks arising from work places and works; informing employees about protection measures and legal rights and responsibilities regarding potential risks. It also aims that employees acquire knowledge, skill, approach on occupational health and safety. The programme includes the following items:

  • Analysis of Occupational Accidents’ Causes (for Employers’ Representatives)
  • Risk Elements in Chemical Industry and Measures to be taken (Storage, Transport, Usage, etc.)
  • Occupational Health and Occupational Diseases
  • Thermal Comfort Conditions at Work Places
  • Fire Causes, Protection Methods, Plans, Fire Teams and Applications
  • Occupational Health for Works with Inflammable and Explosive Substances
  • Occupational Health for Works with Fuel (Petrol – Diesel), Natural Gas (Lng), Liquified Petroleum Gas (Lpg)
  • Electricity Accidents and Prevention Measures at Work Places
  • Safety Measures at Machinery, Stands and Facilities
  • Occupational Health for Weld Works
  • Occupational Health for Lifting Machinery
  • Safety Precautions for Transport, Piling and Storage Works
  • Safety Precautions for Rubber Wheel and Telehandlers
  • Safety Precautions for Pressure Barrels (Boilers, Compressors, etc.)
  • Safety Precautions for Foundry and Furnace
  • Cost of Occupational Accidents and Diseases to Employers and Employees (Belonging to Employer)
  • Personal Protection Devices
  • Health and Safety Precautions in Dusty Areas
  • Occupational Health and Safety Precautions at Coal Mining
  • Safety Precautions for Gun-Sprayed Painting
  • Occupational Health and Safety Precautions at Works where Lead and its Components are used
  • Ergonomics
  • Effect of the Environmental Health on Employees
  • Importance of Nutrition on Employees’ Health
  • Importance of Training on Occupational Health
  • Occupational Health and Safety at Construction Work
  • Electricity Accidents at Work Places and Prevention Measures
  • Physical Risks and Health and Safety Precautions to be Taken (Thermal Comfort Conditions, Noise, Vibration, Dust and Measures to be Taken Against Them)
  • Labour Psychology
  • Security Data Sheet (Material Safety Data Sheet)

Training Duration: 2 Days / 12 Hours

Number of participants: 10-25 Persons

Participant Profile:  Any manager and staff.





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:07 Aralık 2015

Purpose of the Program

Maintaining acquisition of knowledge and ability for Work Safety Experts or Work Safety Expert Candidates regarding implementation of work health and safety works at work places, how the site audit, monitoring and reporting shall be performed, how the work safety files shall be issued.

Content of Training

- Rules to be considered for making work safety speciality or consultancy

negotiations with corporations, employers or employer attorneys

- Creating site initial audit list and rules to be considered in application

- Initial preparation for making site audit and preparing documentation

- Analysing legal directive clauses to be considered in machineries and equipments used in corporations during site audit

- Performing and reporting the site audit via illustration method

- Sample reports shall be examined

- Rules to be considered for filling approved site book

- Adding site audit results to annual monitoring table

- Creating corrective and/or preventive activity and performing efficiency control for site audit findings

- Establishing Work Health and Safety Board (İŞGK) within scope of the legal regulation

- Preparing İŞGK member assignment and announcement letters

- Performing İŞGK meetings and analysing issues to be negotiated during meeting

- Creating İŞGK meeting report form and analysing its writing

- Methods for monitoring İŞGK meeting report applications

- Creating annual work plan

- Rules to be considered in implementing annual working plan

- Creating annual periodical monitoring system

- Preparing annual assessment report

- Rules to be considered in selection of personal protective equipments to be used in corporations

- Purpose of work permits to be used in corporations

- Purpose of risk assessment in corporations

- Preparing risk assessment procedure in the corporation

- Rules to be considered in risk assessment at corporations

- In equipments used in the corporation

- Adding to Assessment table

- Adding risk assessment to site action plan

- Creating site notification forms and establishing monitoring system

- Adding site determinations to risk analysis table

- Rules to be considered for working with chemicals in corporations

- Creating material safety information form

- Performing and reporting exercise of fighting against chemical spills

- Rules to be considered in creating emergency plan in corporations

- Creating sample emergency plan

- Planning exercises to be performed in the corporation

- Fire extinguishing

- Alarm and evacuation

- First aid

- Rules to be considered in exercises to be performed in the corporation

- Preparing minutes of exercises to be performed in the corporation

- Preparing annual training report

- Creating system for performing annual training monitoring per personnel

- Performing annual training activity


OHSAS 18001 

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:13 Ekim 2015

OHSAS 18001 training provides information on setting up a system in conformity with Occupational Health and Safety management system standards and regulations and to develop and provide sustainability of Occupational Health and Safety management system. General examples are delivered to participants in order to consolidate the contents. The training programme is interactive.

The participants of the OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety management System Standard will receive training on:


-          Pre-test

-          Terms and Descriptions

-          Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety

-          General overview on Occupational Health and Safety and occupational accidents

-          Examples on occupational accidents occurred in Turkey and throughout the world

-          Occupational Health and Safety Management and “Safety Culture” Concept

-          General Overview to OHSAS 18001 Standard, Comparison with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001

-          General Principles of OHSAS 18001 Standard

-          Occupational Health and Safety Policy

-          The objective and targets of Occupational Health and Safety Management System, Occupational Health and Safety practical examples

-          Distribution of the structure and responsibilities

-          Identification of Communication Techniques

-          Requirements for training, awareness and sufficiency

-          Document Control Management

-          Planning and Implementation

-          Implementation and Operation

-          Requirements for Institutional Control

-          Emergency Preparedness

-          Monitoring and Evaluation, Performance Analysis

-          Management of Registries

-          Risk Assessment, Occupational Health and Safety Risk Assessment Methods, Practical Studies – Case Study

-          Corrective and Preventive Actions – Case Study

-          Implementation of Internal Audits – Case Study

-          Reviews implemented by the management – Case Study 

-          Post Test

Duration: 3 Days / 18 hours

Participant Profile: Staff or managers who are or will be in charge of establishing, developing or implementing an Occupational Health and Safety Management System, staff who will be involved in the implementation of the Occupational Health and safety management system. Individuals or institutes willing to improve their knowledge.

Certificate of Attendance: All participants completing the training programme will receive an “OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems Basic Training Attendance Certificate.


The benefits of OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System:


-          Ensuring a structure on Occupational Health and Safety responsibility management

-          Training and awareness raising of workers on Occupational Health and Safety

-          Identification of Authority and Responsibilities

-          Ensuring respecting the labour laws and regulations

-          Identifying risk areas affecting Occupational Health and Safety

-          Reducing occupational accidents and ensuring safe work environment

-          Establishing plans and procedures for emergency cases

-          Ensuring sustainable development

-          Acquire international management system

-          Ensuring a better work place

-          Ensuring productivity growth

-          Certifying the sensitivity towards occupational health and safety to public authorities