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Training, professional advices and independent opinions are the most effective way to bring about changes in the safety knowledge and performance.  We provide high quality and cost effective services in these areas, in construction, manufacturing, catering, office and others industries.
Training Courses
CPD Online Courses
The Occupational Safety and Health Management Institute, in conjunction with U-Safe Consultancy Workshop (US), runs a comprehensive online platform for continuous professional development training (CPD Online). Students can study online anytime, anywhere, regardless of time or classroom location. Easy to learn and add value. CPD hours are also recognized by government departments. The platform now offers more than 15 courses, allowing participants to access 150 hours. The Occupational Safety and Health Management Research Centre will continue to upload more courses for students to further their studies.   Click here for more details and free registration
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Safety Auditor Training Scheme Intake 31 (FULL)
Aims and Objectives The objective of the Course is to provide participants with theoretical and practical training as a foundation for them to acquire the competence and skills required for conducting safety audits efficiently and effectively under the Factories and Industrial Undertakings (Safety Management) Regulations. After completing the course, participants will be able to put their knowledge into practice in their workplace.   Programme Structure The course is divided into three stages.  Part A: Safety Management (Total 33 hours/11 lectures) Part B: Safety Auditing (Total 27 hours/9 lectures) Held on every Tuesday & Friday evening (7:00 pm – 10:00 pm) The lectures will be presented in Cantonese with English terms. Handouts will be in English. Part C: Audit Project (45 hours) To be completed within 6 months including the preparation of audit plans, audit reports and an oral presentation of the audit findings.   Course Examination Total Duration 108 Hours   Assessment Criteria And Award The passing mark for the project and examination shall be at least 60.   Students who have satisfactorily completed the programme with an attendance of not less than 75% of the lectures and have fulfilled the above examination and project requirements will be eligible for the award of a Certificate of Attainment in Safety Auditing Training Scheme.  * Students who fail the abovementioned requirement please note “Other Information”   Course Consultant Dr. Y Y Wong                    PhD, Master App. Sc (Safety Mgt), GDAS(OHS), B.Sc.(Civil Engg) DMS, FIOSH, FRSH, FHKOSHA, CMHKIE, RSP, CSP, RSO, ASA, RSA   Date of Commencement 7th January 2020 (Tuesday) Part A – 7th January to 18 February 2020 Part B – 21 February to 20 March 2020   Course Fee (Divided into 3 installments) - TOTAL HK$12,500 1st installment $4,000 On or before 3rd January 2020 2nd installment $4,000 Before 18th February 2020 3rd installment $4,500 Before 27th March 2020   The payment for the course fee will be divided into 3 instalments. Please complete the enroll form and return it with enclosed cheque for 1st instalment at the amount of HK$4,000 payable to “Occupational Safety & Health Management Institute”. Full refund will be made for unsuccessful applicants.   Other Information To obtain an award of Certificate of attainment, students are required to pass both Examination and Audit Project and with 75% lectures attendance.   If any student fails the course examination, he/she can apply for a re-examination in the next intake. A re-examination fee HK$800 will be charged for administration cost. If the student fails the re-examination, he/she will be disqualified.   If the student still failed the safety audit plan and/or safety audit report, the student will be disqualified or he/she may apply for deferral to next intake. A re-assessment fee HK$4,000 will be charged for administration cost. If the student fails the re-assessment, he/she will be disqualified.   For programmes details and enrolment, please Click here and email to info@yywongsafety.com.hk     
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Competent Person & Certified Worker of Confined Space Operation (Completion of Certified Worker of Confined Space Operation required)
Requirement Student must completed the course and passed the exam of "Certified Worker of Confined Space Operation prior applying the "Competent Person of Confined Space Operation".     Fee (1) Certified Worker of Confined Space Operation - HK$400 (2) Competent Person of Confined Space Operation - HK$420 Total fee for two module: HK$820   Award “Certificate of Certified Workers and Competent Person” will be issued to student who have 100 % attendance and with 75% of the total marks in the test.  
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Gas Welding Safety Training Course (Revalidation)
Training Focus The Labour Department proposes to introduce a safety training and certification scheme under the Factories and Industrial Undertakings (Gas Welding and Flame Cutting) Regulation to ensure that workers conducting gas welding in industrial undertakings have undergone appropriate safety training. This certificate issued under FIUO carries an expiry date. Upon expiry, the certificate holder has to successfully complete a recognized revalidation course. Award Certificate for Gas Welding Safety Training Course” will be issued to student who have 100 % attendance and with 75% of the total marks in the test.   Medium of Instruction Focus Cantonese is the primary medium. Teaching materials and examination paper will be in Chinese.  Admission Requirements Possess a “One-day Gas Welding Safety Training Certificate” which will be expired within 6 months or expired for not more than 3 months. Venue 4/F, Tai Shing Commercial (Yaumati) Building,498-500 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon,Hong Kong.   For enquiry, please contact us at 2786 9009 or at e-mail <lesley@yywongsafety.com.hk>  
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Mandatory Basic Safety Training (Green Card)
Training Focus The Factories and Industrial Undertakings Ordinance regulates every persons carrying out construction work shall attend a safety training course.  The objective of the course is to provide general basic safety training to people on construction site to enhance their safety awareness and prevent work accidents.   Award  “Construction Industry Safety Training Certificate” will be issued to student who have 100 % attendance and with 60% of the total marks in the test.   Date & Time Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:30 am – 6:00 pm     Fee HK$160.00   Medium of Instruction Cantonese is the primary medium. Teaching materials and examination paper will be in Chinese.    Lecturer Labour Department Approved Trainers   Venue OSH Management Institute – Training Centre 4/F, Tai Shing Commercial (Yaumati) Building, 498-500 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei ( Closed to Exit C of Yau Ma Tei MTR Station)   For enquiry, please contact us at 2786 9009 or at e-mail <pansy@yywongsafety.com.hk>
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Mandatory Basic Safety Training (Revalidation) (Green Card)
Training Focus The Factories and Industrial Undertakings Ordinance (FIUO) regulates every persons carrying out construction work shall attend a safety training course and hold a valid MBST certificate before he can work in the construction industry.  This certificate issued under FIUO carries an expiry date.  Upon expiry, the certificate holder has to successfully complete a recognized revalidation course.   Award  “Construction Industry Safety Training Certificate” will be issued to student who have 100 % attendance and with 60% of the total marks in the test.   Date & Time Every Tuesday, Thursday 9:30 am – 1:00 pm  2:15 pm – 5:45 pm   Every Monday, Wednesday 6:45 pm – 10:15 pm   Fee HK$130.00   Medium of Instruction Cantonese is the primary medium. Teaching materials and examination paper will be in Chinese.   Admission Requirements Possess a “Construction Industry Safety Training Certificate” which will be expired within 6 months or expired for not more than 3 months.   Lecturer Labour Department Approved Trainers   Venue OSH Management Institute – Training Centre 4/F, Tai Shing Commercial (Yau Ma Tei) Building, 498-500 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei ( Closed to Exit C of Yau Ma Tei MTR Station)   For enquiry, please contact us at 2786 9009 or at e-mail <pansy@yywongsafety.com.hk>
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Certified Worker of Confined Space Operation
Training Focus The F&IU (Confined Spaces) Regulation regulates no workers shall enter or work in the confined space other than certified workers and regulates a proprietor or contractor shall appoint a competent person to carry out an assessment of the working conditions and nature of tasks to be performed in the confined space.  The objective of the course is to provide specific OSH training to persons who are to work as certified worker or competent persons in connection with confined space activities.   Award “Certificate of Certified Workers” will be issued to student who have 100 % attendance and with 75% of the total marks in the test.   Date & Time please refer to course reference no.    Fee HK$400.00 per person    Medium of Instruction Cantonese is the primary medium. Teaching materials & examination paper will be in Chinese.  English is also provided as medium of instruction with English terminology of handout. Please contact us for more details.   Lecturer Labour Department Approved Trainers   Venue OSH Management Institute – Training Centre 4/F, Tai Shing Commercial (Yau Ma Tei) Building, 498-500 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei ( Closed to Exit C of Yau Ma Tei MTR Station)   For enquiry, please contact us at 2786 9009 or at e-mail <pansy@yywongsafety.com.hk>
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Certified Worker Upgrade to Competent Person of Confined Space Operation
Training Focus The F&IU (Confined Spaces) Regulation regulates no workers shall enter or work in the confined space other than certified workers and regulates a proprietor or contractor shall appoint a competent person to carry out an assessment of the working conditions and nature of tasks to be performed in the confined space.  The objective of the course is to provide specific OSH training to persons who are to work as certified worker or competent persons in connection with confined space activities.   Award “Certificate of Certified Workers and Competent Person” will be issued to student who have 100 % attendance and with 75% of the total marks in the test.   Date & Time Every 1st or 3rd Sunday of each month.   Fee HK$420.00 per person    Medium of Instruction Cantonese is the primary medium. Teaching materials & examination paper will be in Chinese.  English is also provided as medium of instruction with English terminology of handout. Please contact us for more details.   Admission Requirements Possess a “Certificate for Certified Worker” which will be expired within 6 months or expired for not more than 3 months.   Lecturer Labour Department Approved Trainers   Venue OSH Management Institute – Training Centre 4/F, Tai Shing Commercial (Yau Ma Tei) Building, 498-500 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei ( Closed to Exit C of Yau Ma Tei MTR Station)   For enquiry, please contact us at 2786 9009 or at e-mail <pansy@yywongsafety.com.hk>
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Certified Worker of Confined Space Operation (Revalidation)
Training Focus The Factories and Industrial Undertakings (Confined Spaces) Regulation regulates workers shall hold a valid certificate to work in the confined space. This certificate issued under FIUO carries an expiry date.  Upon expiry, the certificate holder has to successfully complete a recognized revalidation course.   Award “Certificate of Certified Workers” will be issued to student who have 100 % attendance and with 75% of the total marks in the test.   Date & Time For detail please refer to the course reference nos. in Online Registration     Fee HK$200.00 per person    Medium of Instruction Cantonese is the primary medium. Teaching materials & examination paper will be in Chinese.  English is also provided as medium of instruction with English terminology of handout. Please contact us for more details.   Admission Requirements Possess a “Certificate for Certified Worker” which will be expired within 6 months or expired for not more than 3 months.   Lecturer Labour Department Approved Trainers   Venue OSH Management Institute Training Centre 4/F, Tai Shing Commercial (Yau Ma Tei) Building, 498-500 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei ( Closed to Exit C of Yau Ma Tei MTR Station)   For enquiry, please contact us at 2786 9009 or at e-mail <pansy@yywongsafety.com.hk>
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Competent Person & Certified Worker of Confined Space Operation (Revalidation)
Training Focus The Factories and Industrial Undertakings (Confined Spaces) Regulation regulates workers shall hold a valid certificate to work in the confined space. This certificate issued under FIUO carries an expiry date.  Upon expiry, the certificate holder has to successfully complete a recognized revalidation course.   Award “Certificate of Certified Workers and Competent Person” will be issued to student who have 100 % attendance and with 75% of the total marks in the test.   Date & Time Every the 2nd or 4th Sunday and Monday of each month from 9:00am - 6:00pm (Day 1) and 6:45pm - 10:45pm(Day 2); or  One of the designated Wednesday to Friday of each month from 6:45pm - 10:45pm  For detail please refer to the course reference nos. in Online Registration     Fee HK$800.00 per person    Medium of Instruction Cantonese is the primary medium. Teaching materials & examination paper will be in Chinese.  English is also provided as medium of instruction with English terminology of handout. Please contact us for more details.   Admission Requirements Possess a “Certificate for Certified Worker and Competent Person” which will be expired within 6 months or expired for not more than 3 months.   Lecturer Labour Department Approved Trainers   Venue OSH Management Institute – Training Centre 4/F, Tai Shing Commercial (Yau Ma Tei) Building, 498-500 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei. (Closed to Exit C of Yau Ma Tei MTR Station).   For enquiry, please contact us at 2786 9009 or at e-mail <pansy@yywongsafety.com.hk>
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News Updated
February
08
Government appeals to employers to make arrangements to reduce risk of spread of novel coronavirus in community
In relation to a mandatory quarantine on all people entering Hong Kong from the Mainland, the Government appeals to employers to work out necessary arrangements in consultation with their employees working across the border.With effect from today (February 8), the Government issues quarantine orders to all people entering Hong Kong from the Mainland, including Hong Kong residents, Mainland residents and visitors from other places. People concerned shall stay at home or other accommodation for a 14-day compulsory quarantine. For those entering Hong Kong via other places, if they have been to the Mainland in the past 14 days preceding arrival at Hong Kong, mandatory quarantine will still be applicable upon their arrival. To ensure that freight between Hong Kong and the Mainland would not be affected, the Government will exempt people in the relevant businesses and work who need to frequent between the two places from the mandatory quarantine. The Department of Health (DH) will arrange medical surveillance for persons under the exempted categories in the Compulsory Quarantine of Certain Persons Arriving at Hong Kong Regulation during their stay in Hong Kong.     Where an employee has contracted a disease, the employer should grant that employee sick leave in accordance with the requirements under the Employment Ordinance or the relevant employment contract. If an employee is required or ordered by a Health Officer to be put under quarantine, he will be issued a medical certificate. We encourage employers to be considerate and show understanding to such employees' situation and make flexible arrangements, including where practicable allowing employees to work from home or granting paid leave to them. This will help maintain good labour-management relations and protect the health of all the employees as well as the community. For enquiries on employment rights and benefits, please call the Labour Department's 24-hour enquiry hotline at 2717 1771 (the hotline is manned by 1823).       Source: Press Release from Labour Dept dated 8 Feb 2020  
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