Refresher Course Online

BSTC offers refresher learning through its Learning Management System.

Participants must have attended the full course previously and have certificates that are about to expire or newly expired.

Method of Course Delivery

    Face-to-Face Training

   Synchronous Online Courses

   Asynchronous Online Courses

Arsenic, Benzene, Mercury & Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness (1-Day)

Why this Course?

Knowledge is power: Learn to recognize the potential sources of these chemicals in your workplace, home, or environment.

Early detection, early action: Understanding the health effects of exposure empowers you to seek prompt medical attention if needed.

Preventive measures: Discover practical steps to minimize your risk of exposure, safeguarding yourself and your loved ones.

Benefits of participation:

  • Improved safety: Gain valuable insights into safe handling practices and protective equipment.
  • Peace of mind: Reduce anxiety by understanding the risks and how to manage them effectively.
  • Empowered decision-making: Make informed choices about potential exposures in your daily life.
  • Don’t wait until it’s too late. Invest in your health and well-being by joining this awareness program and take control of your exposure to these potentially harmful chemicals.

Course Content

  • introduction to arsenic,benzene,mercury &
  • hydrogen sulfide awareness program
  • • module 1 arsenic awareness
  • • Quiz 1
  • • module 2 benzene awareness
  • • Quiz 2
  • • module 3 mercury awareness
  • • Quiz 3
  • • module 4 hydrogen sulfide awareness
  • • Quiz 4

Hazard Communications (0.5 Day)

Why this Course?

Hazard communication training is crucial in workplaces with chemicals as it empowers employees with the knowledge to:

  • Identify Risks: Understand the specific hazards of chemicals they use, including physical (flammability), health (toxicity), and environmental concerns.
  • Protect Themselves: Learn proper handling procedures, safe storage practices, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) to minimize exposure risks.
  • Respond Effectively: Gain an understanding of emergency response protocols in case of spills, leaks, or fires involving hazardous chemicals.

This training fosters a culture of safety, preventing accidents, illnesses, and environmental damage, ultimately safeguarding employee well-being and workplace security.

Course Content

  • Haz Communication Presentation
  • HAZ COMM SAFETY VIDEO Introduction to HazCom & GHS
  • Hazcom program
  • Company written HazCom Program
  • Quiz Hazard Communication

Explosive & Flammable Chemicals in Offshore Environment (0.5 Day)

Why this Course?

Offshore environments like oil rigs handle inherently flammable materials, creating constant explosion risks. Strict regulations and protocols aim to minimize these dangers by controlling storage, handling, and use of explosives and flammable chemicals. Every aspect, from designated zones to specialized ventilation, is crucial for worker safety and preventing disaster.

Explosive and Flammable Chemicals is designed to help delegates to learn and understand about the elements of combustion and flammability, and you will also learn about safe work practices for explosives and flammables

Course Content

  • Explosive and Flammable Chemicals in Offshore Environments
  • Quiz

Oxygen-Fuel Gas Welding & Cutting (0.5 Day)

Why this Course?

Oxy-fuel welding and cutting involve high temperatures and flammable gases, making proper training crucial for safety.

The course will cover:

  • Hazards and risks: Understanding potential dangers like explosions, fires, burns, and toxic fumes.
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE): Selecting and using the right gear, like welding helmets, gloves, and fire-resistant clothing.
  • Safe work practices: Maintaining a clean workspace, inspecting equipment regularly, and proper cylinder handling.
  • Emergency procedures: Knowing how to respond to fires, leaks, and other emergencies.

Course Content

  • Oxygen-Fuel Gas Welding and Cutting.pptx
  • Quiz

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