Health and safety courses in qatar




Basic Health & Safety Courses

This course is designed to develop Fire Wardens/Marshals to perform their skills to effectively and safely perform their role and reduce the impact of fires if they occur. The course module will be presented to you with the most modern training techniques and you will have the best learning with Excellence Training Centre.
  • Legislation
  • Principles of Combustion
  • Fire Procedures
  • Role of Fire Warden/Marshal
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Reducing the risk
1 day session
This course will provide the theoretical knowledge and practical skills on First Aid. This program covers the most common situations that require first aid and provides the proper and correct procedures in administering first aid treatments. This Course is designed to train individuals and company staff that requires Health and Safety Executive approved first aid at work training including automated external defibrillation. This course will provide the necessary skills to manage a patient that is unconscious and not breathing normally until the arrival of the emergency services
  • Scene Survey
  • Basic Life Support
  • CPR Adult (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
  • Automated External Defibrillation
  • Life Threatening Conditions
  • First Aid Health and Safety
1 day session
This course is designed to provide knowledge and skills to the trainees who have responsibilities for working at heights. This will also enable the delegates to learn the effective and interactive way to keep you and your employees up-to-date with fall protection training requirement. Working at height is considered to be one of the main causes of fatalities in the workplace, and since working at heights is common activity in any company, workers are exposed to the hazards it will create. Workers need to be trained before they are allowed to work in any activities in which height is involved
  • Hazards and Risk involve when working at height
  • Different types of working platform used when working at height
  • Stairways and ladder
  • Fall Prevention and Protection
  • Personal fall arrest system
  • Activities and working areas where Fall protection is needed
  • Fall protection plan
  • Safety monitoring
1 day session.
This course will provide the trainee the required safety skills and knowledge in the event that he needs to enter or work in an area classified as confined space. Designed to protect your employees from the dangers of working in permit-confined spaces. Hundreds of injuries and deaths can be avoided if workers are properly trained.
  • Definition of confined space
  • Permit-required confined space
  • Hazards and risk associated with confined space and control measures
  • Key elements in confined space program
  • Duties and responsibilities of each member of the confined space entry team.
  • Gas testing requirements
  • Emergency equipment practical using tripod
1 day session
The Excavation and Trenching training helps employers and employees comply with Excavation safety standards by determining what type of working hazards exist, how to correct them and the responsibilities of the competent person. It also conveys the importance of using the right protective system during excavation work. This training is designed to instruct the worker on the various hazards associated with this type of work, as well as instruct the worker on the proper procedures and controls to ensure safe work practices.
  • Terms and Definitions
  • Excavation Hazard and Risk
  • Excavation planning Requirements
  • Causes of Trench failure
  • Protective Systems requirements
  • Soil Classification and Inspection
  • Types of Protective System
1 day session
The course teaches you on the correct procedures when using lifting equipment to ensure safety of operators and the public. This course is designed to familiarize personnel with various types of rigging and slinging equipment and legislation respecting their use. This course covers the functions required to undertake basic rigging to meet the minimum formal training and assessment standards for the purposes of certification through Workplace Health and Safety
  • Minimum requirements and qualifications
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Parts and components of lifting
  • Planning
  • Inspection and certification
  • Terminologies / nomenclature
  • Components involved in a lifting operation
  • Lifting gear illustrations and user inspections
  • Mode factors (different hitches) hand signal, safety while lifting operation
  • Pinch points
3 day session.
This course covers the functions required to undertake Rigging Supervisor to meet the minimum formal training and assessment standards for the purposes of certification through Workplace Health and Safety. 
  • Introduction to QP Regulations Rev.4
  • Duties and Responsibilities
  • Introduction to LOLER, PUWER and BS 7121 part 1 Safe use of cranes
  • Physical components of lifting operation
  • Familiarization with different types of cranes
3 days session
This course will train the delegates in the principles that support the correct slinging of different types of loads, in the safety precautions to be taken whilst working with rigging equipment, and in the inspection and use of all associated equipment. The course is a mix of theoretical and practical sessions, during which delegates will be required to demonstrate their level of knowledge and understanding of the training programme content.
  • Be able to assess loads in terms of their weight and centre of gravity.
  • Have a good understanding of SWLs, colour coding and inspection requirements.
  • Be able to carry out pre-use inspections on equipment used in rigging operations to ensure safe lifting.
  • Be able to sling loads and ensure they are secure and ready for lifting.
  • Be conversant with the correct hand and radio signals to be used.
  • Be aware of the correct use of rigging equipment (e.g. chain blocks, Tirfors, slings, shackle, beam clamps,etc).
  • Be able to prepare and lift loads using rigging equipment, and to use cross hauling techniques to safely move and deposit various loads.
  • Be aware of all safety precautions to be taken whilst working with rigging equipment.
  • Be able to restore the work area and be aware of post-operational requirements.
3 day session
This course is designed to give participants the knowledge and skills to safely and efficiently perform basic scaffolding. The course covers regulation, safety requirements. Tube and fitting, frames, mobile scaffolding, ladders and trestles
  • Introduction to Scaffolding – BS 5973
  • Types of Scaffolds
  • Material Familiarization
  • Tools
  • Safety While Working
  • Light Duty Access Towers
  • Ties and Rakers
3 day session.
This course is designed to give participants the knowledge and skills to safely and efficiently perform Scaffolding Supervisor. The course covers regulation, safety requirements.
  • FAMILIRISATION – BS 5973: 1993
3 day session.
This course is designed To provide scaffold users, erectors and inspectors with the regulations, safety guidelines and procedures needed to recognize and eliminate hazards in the field.
  • FAMILIRISATION – BS 5973: 1993
3 day session
This course provides the candidate the skill to systematically record evidence including additional information, in a form acceptable to insurers and the legal system. It explains accident causation  a recognized system of casual analysis. This course facilitated with lot of interactive discussion to carry out an effective Accident/ Loss investigation & interviews.
  • Identifying and recording evidence
  • Analysing and assessing the worth of evidence
  • Different forms of evidence
  • Human factors
  • Action at the scene
3 day session.
The goal of Defensive Driving course is to provide drivers with knowledge and safe driving techniques to prevent collisions and violations. The course focuses on collision prevention through hazard recognition and the application of collision-avoidance techniques. The course addresses common driving violations that result in collisions and how to change driving habits to eliminate moving violations.


  • Basic steps in Collision prevention
  • Factors to control before you startto drive
  • Characteristics of a driver Distracted, impared, fatigued etc
  • Unsafe Driving behaviours
  • Collision proofing and habits of good personal behaviours
2 day session.


  • Driving is your Business
  • The Defense Never Rest
  • Safe Vehicle Operations
  • Driving Long by Driving Legal
  • Navigating the Environment
2 day session.
Security Guard is a person who is paid to protect property, assets, or people. They are usually privately and formally employed civilian personnel. Security officers are generally uniformed and act to protect property by maintaining a high-visibility presence to deter illegal and inappropriate actions, observing (either directly, through patrols, or by watching alarm systems or video cameras) for signs of crime, fire or disorder; then taking action and reporting any incidents to their client and emergency services as appropriate. This course is designed to provide
  • Introduction to Security Industry
  • Legal Requirements and Code of Conduct
  • Ethics and Professionalism
  • Observation, Patrolling, Shift handling
  • Documentation and Records
  • Hazards and dealing with Emergencies
1 day session.
A security supervisor oversees guards who protect private property against theft and vandalism. Security Supervisor is accountable to ensure the safety of people on their employer’s premises. Depending on the size of his staff, location and as per the work environment the security supervisor might do patrol duty, or his job may be primarily administrative. The course is designed to achieve delegates to be able to deliver their role and responsibilities as a supervisor in the security Industry.
  • Introduction to Security Industry
  • Legal Requirements Equality, Discrimination and Human Rights
  • Personal Attributes of a Security Professional and Customer Care
  • Health and Safety at Workplace
  • Hazard Identification, Mitigation and Investigation
  • Dealing with People Diffusing Aggression/Confrontation Training and Documentation
2 day session.
Various types of security measures are provided to protect the assets such as manned security, physical security and system security. In system security one of the most demanding option is Closed Circuit Television. Unlike other systems, CCTV operators are required to be very skillfull and intuitive to use the inputs effectively. This course is designed to enable the security operators who are working as CCTV operator to work efficiently by giving the concepts and practices.
  • Roles and Responsibilities of CCTV Operators
  • Codes of Practice, Operational Procedures and Guidelines
  • CCTV Equipment and Operation
  • Control Room Communications
  • Legislation
  • Dealing with Incidents
  • Surveillance Techniques
  • Emergency Procedures in the Control Room
  • Health and Safety in the CCTV Environment
2 day session.
This course describes the hazards of electrical work and basic approaches to working safely. You will learn skills to help you recognize, evaluate, and control electrical hazards. If you are not a qualified electrician, but face a risk of electric shock that is not reduced to a safe level by the electrical installation requirements. For example, if an employee works near exposed energized electrical conductors in equipment or distribution systems such as open junction boxes, then he or she faces a risk of electric shock and needs this training. 
  • Principles of Electricity
  • Terms on Electricity and Fundamentals
  • Primary Electrical Hazards & Electricity Induced Injuries
  • Electrical Fires
  • Important Safety Measures
  • Preventing Electrical Hazards
2 day session.
Hazards are present everywhere, and each of these hazards are having specific risk, the problem is if we cannot identify the hazards and don’t do anything about its risk. There are ways to control these hazards and its corresponding risk but the problem is if you cannot identify it and don’t know which control measures to apply. 
  • Definition of Hazard and Risk
  • Different types of Hazards
  • Hierarchy of control measures
  • Risk assessment
  • Reactive and Proactive monitoring
2 day session.
Proper lockout/tag out (LOTO) practices and procedures safeguard workers from hazardous energy releases. The course describes the practices and procedures necessary to disable machinery or equipment to prevent hazardous energy release.This course provides candidates with the knowledge on the basics of isolation systems and the steps involved to isolate correctly. It involves workplace examples, use of plant isolation procedures and isolation equipment. The participants will understand sources of hazardous energy and the steps of planning, isolating, verifying and locking for each energy source.
• Purpose for Lock out/Tag out. • Components of an energy control program. • Main elements in lock out/tag out procedures. • Key elements of a periodic inspection of the energy control device to restore energy and equipment
1 day session
Welding and Cutting Safety Awareness Training: This course is designed to provide personnel with proper training in safe work practices and help them reduce the risk of accident. During the course participants will gain a level of understanding and awareness of the welding hazards associated with it and control measures.
• Hot Work Permit • Fire Watch • PPE�s • Hot Works – Welding Electric Rod • Respiratory Protection • Welding Equipment Checks • Hot Work in Confined Space • Using the Welding Equipment such as Oxy Cutting Equipment, Fire Safety Precautions and Compressed Gas Cylinders • Safe Practices
1 day session.
Organizations often have effective training, appropriate procedures and state-of-the-art safety equipment. However, none of that matters if the people in your organization don’t use what they learned in training, don’t consistently follow the procedures and/or use safety equipment. From skipping steps in a confined space entry procedure, to failing to wear PPE at the appropriate time, to not drinking enough water to prevent heat stress, getting people to make consistent safe choices is often a challenge. These challenges can be overcome by implementing Behavior-Based Safety (BBS).
  • Meaning of BBS
  • Obstacle to BBS
  • Organizational performance model
  • Basis of BBS
  • Human behavior
  • ABC model
  • Consequence of bad behavior
1 day session.
This H2S training will teach the student’s how to properly prepare for, identify, and react to Hydrogen Sulfide exposure
  • How H2S is created/formed
  • Areas where H2S is commonly found
  • The properties and characteristics of H2S gas
  • The physiological effects of H2S gas and the critical factors which determine the degree of harm to humans
  • The occupational/workplace exposure limits (OEL/WEl0 of H2S
  • The purpose and types of H2S detection equipment
  • Alarms systems and actions to be taken in response to alarms
  • The purpose and types of emergency breathing apparatus
  • The role ER teams in an H2S emergency
1 day session
Hazards exist in every workplace in many different forms: sharp edges, falling objects, flying sparks, chemicals, noise and a myriad of other potentially dangerous situations. Controlling a hazard at its source is the best way to protect employees. Depending on the hazard or workplace conditions, the use of engineering or work practice controls to manage or eliminate hazards to the greatest extent possible are always recommended first. When engineering, work practice and administrative controls are not feasible or do not provide sufficient protection, employers must provide personal protective equipment (PPE) to their employees and ensure its use.
  • Protecting the Employees from Workplace Hazards
  • Hazards/ Injuries related to use of inappropriate PPE
  • Criteria for Selecting Appropriate PPE
  • Head Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Hearing Protection
  • Foot Protection
  • Hand Protection
  • Body Protection
1 day session
A third of all reported fall from height incidents involve ladders and stepladders and on average, this accounts for 14 deaths and 1200 major injuries to workers each year. Many of these injuries are caused by incorrect use or inappropriate selection of the equipment.As with all work equipment, users need adequate information and training to be able to use ladders and stepladders safely and adequate supervision is required so that safe practices continue to be used.
  • Poor practice during ladder and stepladder use
  • Legislation affecting ladder and stepladder use
  • Hazards and risks to be considered during work at height assessments
  • Classes, types and use of ladder
  • Safe working loads
  • Safe use of ladders and stepladders
  • Positioning, securing and climbing
  • Practical inspections
1 day session
Handling and storing glass is potentially hazardous if you do it wrongly. This course teaches operatives how to handle and store glass correctly.
  • Health and Safety Legislation
  • Duties & Responsibilities
  • Safe Working Practices
  • Approved Code of Practice BS 6262 Pt 4 1994
  • Preparation of Equipment
  • Storage of Material
1 day session
A risk assessment is a careful examination of what, in your work, could cause harm to people. Only by making Risk assessment you can identify the hazards that can affect your workforce and help you decide which control measures is adequate and which one is not.
  • Hazard and Risk identification
  • Risk Assessment and its purpose
  • Competence of Carrying out Risk Assessment
  • 5 steps to Risk Assessment
  • Safe Systems of Work
  • Monitoring
1 day session