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How to Comply with the New Occupational Safety and Health Law
April 25 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm₱4000 – ₱6000
PhP100,000.00 will be the maximum penalty, per day, if an employer failed to comply with OSH requirements stated under the OSH law (RA 11058). The Department of Labor and Employment released the department order no. 198 – 18 which details the implementing rules and regulations. This department order applies to ALL establishments, projects, and sites and all other places where work is being undertaken. It also covers contractors and subcontractors as well.
The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) is conducting 1-day program to capacitate companies, especially enterprises that fall under micro enterprises, to easily comply with the new department order. The program will also give the participants forms and tools that they can use for their compliance.
The main objective of this course is to help employers comply with the new occupational safety and health requirements. The program will also give the participants important tools that will help them with their compliance.
- Occupational safety and health (OSH)
- Risk vs. Hazards
- Types of workplaces
- Duties of employer and workers
- Occupational safety and health program
- Conducting hazard identification, risk assessment, and control (HIRAC) in the company
- Promotion of health domains
- OSH programs per number of employees
- Composition of OSH committee
- How to conduct toolbox or safety meetings
- Types of safety officer
- Hiring OSH personnel and facilities that are needed in implementing OSH policies
- OSH trainings needed
- Writing OSH reports
- OSH checklist
Subject Matter Expert:
DANILO EDUARDO R. MIRAVITE
Mr. Miravite is a construction safety consultant. He specializes in scaffolding erection, road works safety, construction safety audit, construction planning and scheduling, construction equipment management, excavation, and construction safety policy.
Prior with his consultancy work. He was with the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) for 35 years. He was then a representative of Construction Industry Tripartite Council where he represented the government in crafting labor policies.
He was a part- time lecturer at Saint Francis of Assisi College System (Las Pinas) and Don Bosco Technical College (Mandaluyong City).
He finished his Master of Science in Management Engineering at the Adamson University and attended some short courses at the University of the Philippines.
Special discount for Microenterprises!
Please contact us to find out more.
Register today and avail our early bird discount:
A 10% discount will be given if payment is received 7 days before the course commences. Payment on-site and walk-in participants will pay the regular fee.