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2011 Training Brochure

Giving you the quality edge

Vision

To be the trusted standardization and quality assurance service provider of choice

Mission

SABS provides standards and conformity assessment services to enable efficient functioning of the economy.

Values

As we transform our organization and move towards a culture of high performance and quality service provision, we adopt the following values and demonstrate our commitment to the SABS new strategic direction.

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Impartiality Innovation Accountability Integrity Quality Customer Centricity

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FoReWoRD

As we enter into 2011, the SABS is once more privileged to bring to your doorstep quality education, training and development. We continue to commit ourselves to providing excellent and professional training services to all our customers. To ensure relevant training that will maximize your return on investment, we will continue providing the service as an active partner at both executive and operational levels. We pledge to honour our commitment in providing our talents and experiences, not only nationally, but also to our neighbouring SADC countries and all interested parties. Our competitive edge is in the expertise at our disposal. Since 1984 the SABS Training centre has trained over 20 000 auditors in different disciplines. We proudly continue to do so through our outcomes-based courses. Our course structures have been expanded to keep pace with industry demands and new courses are being presented yearly using the latest learning and development approach. Please note that all courses can be presented at your premises by arrangement with SABS Training Centre. The Centre continues to maintain its accreditation with the Southern African Auditor and Training Certification Association (SAATCA). As part of our continual improvement, we will be offering new courses to meet the requirements of our customers as and when they are required. The SABS has a history of serving Southern Africa and the rest of the world for more than 60 years and continues to do so with great success. We are, therefore, proud to present our 2011 Brochure to you. Please also visit our website at www.sabs.co.za Yours truly, saBs TRaininG CenTRe

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inDeX

iso 9001:2008 - QualiTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs

o Introduction to Quality Management Systems o Understanding, Implementation and Auditing of ISO 9001:2008 09 ­ 12

iso 14001:2004 - enViRonMenTal ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs

o Introduction to Environmental Management Systems o Understanding, Implementation and Auditing of ISO 14001:2004 o South African Environmental Legal requirements applicable to ISO 14001:2004

13 ­ 17

oHsas 18001:2007- oCCuPaTional HealTH anD saFeTY

ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs o Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems o Understanding, Implementation and Auditing of OHSAS 18001:2007 o South African Occupational Health and Safety Legal requirements applicable to OHSAS 18001:2007 18 ­ 22

saaTCa eXaMinaTions sans 10216:2009 - VeHiCle TesT sTaTion eValuaTion

o Understanding and Implementation of SANS 10216:2009

23 24

sans 10330:2007 - HaCCP sYsTeMs

o Understanding, Implementing and Auditing SANS 10330:2007

25 ­26

iso 22000:2005 - FooD saFeTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs

o Understanding, Implementing and Auditing of ISO 22000:2005

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Pas 220:2008 - PReReQuisiTe PRoGRaMMes on FooD saFeTY

FoR FooD ManuFaCTuRinG o Understanding PAS 220:2008 28

iso 27001:2006 - inFoRMaTion seCuRiTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs

o Understanding and Auditing Information Security Management Systems

29 ­ 30

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PRoDuCT CeRTiFiCaTion saBs MaRK sCHeMe sans 13485:2004 ­ MeDiCal DeViCes , ReQuiReMenTs FoR

ReGulaToRY PuRPoses

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iso/ieC 17025:2005 ­ inTRoDuCTion To GeneRal ReQuiReMenTs

FoR THe CoMPeTenCY oF TesTinG anD CaliBRaTion laBoRaToRies 33 34 35 - 36

sans 16001:2007 ­ HiV anD aiDs ManaGeMenT iso/Ts 16949:2009 ­ inTRoDuCTion To QMs PaRTiCulaR ReQuiReMenTs

FoR THe aPPliCaTion oF iso 9001:2008 FoR auToMoTiVe PRoDuCTion anD ReleVanT seRViCe PaRT oRGaniZaTions

in-House CouRses

(offered on-site, upon request by 10 or more delegates at a time) o SHEQ: Safety, Health, Environment and Quality o SHE: Safety, Health and Environment o Internal Auditing o Process Approach o How to write Procedures and/or Audits Reports awareness Training Workshops for shop floor and Top Management o Quality Awareness for Shop-floor Workers ­ ISO 9001:2008 o Quality Awareness for Top Management ­ ISO 9001:2008 o Environmental Awareness for Shop-floor Workers ­ ISO 14001:2004 o Environmental Awareness for Top Management ­ ISO 14001:2004 o OHS Awareness for Shop-floor Workers ­ OHSAS 18001:2007 o OHS Awareness for Top Management ­ OHSAS 18001:2007

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MaP and GPRs co-ordinates aPPliCaTion FoRM

41 ­ 42 43 ­ 44

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GENERAL INFO

aPPliCaTions

As much as we try to accommodate all delegates where possible, the maximum number of trainees that can attend our courses is 15 per group, mainly due to optimization of the learning experience. Therefore, to avoid disappointment we urge you to submit written application within 20 working days prior to commencement of the course that you intend attending. The application form is attached at the back of the brochure and should be faxed after completion to the number indicated i.e. 012 428 6623, alternatively these can be scanned and e-mailed to [email protected] VERY IMPORTANT: application forms should reach the Training Centre 20 working days prior to commencement of the course. laTe aPPliCaTions Will noT Be aCCePTeD.

ReGisTRaTions

After receipt of a completed application form, a quotation will be submitted. On acceptance of the quotation, proof of acceptance should be returned accompanied by an authorised purchase order number (if the organisation has an account with SABS), alternatively proof of payment should be faxed through to SABS Training Centre. Confirmation of the booking will be sent to you upon receipt of all required information.

CanCellaTions

All cancellations of confirmed bookings must be received in writing at least 10 working days prior to commencement of the course. If not, a cancellation fee of 50% of the course fee will be deducted. Should a delegate not attend a course without providing prior notification of cancellation or postponement, then the full course fee will be payable. note: The saBs Training Centre reserves the right to cancel any course, but undertakes to inform all affected delegates as early as possible regarding such cancellations. The only reason that a course would be cancelled and/or postponed is due to insufficient number of delegates.

Fees

All course fees are charged per person and per module (i.e. module 1 and 2 are charged separately). Course fees are indicated with and without VAT (Value Added Tax) to accommodate delegates from countries that are exempted from VAT.

PaYMenT

Course fees are payable in full and in advance. Failure to provide proof of payment will lead to the delegate being refused entry to the course. Proof of payment must be submitted to the Course administrator 10 working days prior to attendance of class. Payment can be done via electronic transfer or credit card. (Bank details are available on the application forms or contact the course administrators who will gladly assist you)

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A 10% discount will be awarded where 3 or more delegates from the same organisation attend the same course at the same time and are paid for on the same date. (Not applicable to In-house courses where a separate quote will be issued for the presentation of that course.) Tax invoice ­ Can only be provided upon receipt of an authorised purchase order number (if the organisation has an account with SABS), alternatively proof of payment should be submitted.

TRaVel anD aCCoMMoDaTion

Delegates are responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements. As per request, we can assist by supplying contact numbers of guesthouses, hotels or bed and breakfast establishments in the vicinity.

CouRse PResenTaTion

Courses will be presented in english only. Special needs will, however be considered in line with our language policy, especially in cases where In-house courses are presented. 100% aTTenDanCe is a ReQuiReMenT. Courses are presented using a variety of training methods and techniques, and these include lectures, videos, assignments, handbooks and exercises. Group participation is encouraged throughout, as it enhances the learning experience. Where a course consists of more than one module, it is compulsory that the modules be done in sequence (i.e. Module 1 first and then Module 2). note: For iso 14001:2004 and oHsas 18001:2007, the legal courses are strongly advised for better understanding of the

aCCReDiTaTion

The following auditing modules: - ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14001 are accredited by SAATCA (Reg. no. 003).

CeRTiFiCaTion

100% attendance is required from each delegate for certification purposes. Where examinations are required, the following rules will apply: The pass mark for all courses is 60%. For courses where SAATCA certification is sought; the pass mark required is 70%. In both instances a certificate of achievement will be issued. Should a delegate achieve between 40% - 59%, one re-write of the examination will be allowed within a 4-month period from the date of the initial examination at no charge. Re-writes requested beyond the stipulated period will be charged at R500 within the year of attendance, otherwise delegates will be required to re-attend at a fee.

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Should a delegate achieve less than 40% for the specific module or course, he/she will be required to re-attend at own cost at a discounted rate. Where no examinations are required, certificates of attendance will be issued

Re - issue oF CeRTiFiCaTes

Certificates will be issued within 3 months of completion of training, provided all necessary requirements have been fulfilled. All re-issue certificates required after the stipulated period will be done at a cost of R300 per certificate.

in-House PResenTaTion oF CouRses

All SABS Training Centre courses can be presented In-house i.e. SABS trainer(s) will be sent to present the training at your organisation. These training courses can be customized to suit the client's requirements. Only written requests for In-house training will be accepted and these should be accompanied by the client's proposed training dates. A quotation will then be sent. On acceptance of this quotation, the client will be expected to provide a written acceptance of quotation with the purchase order number (if they have an account with SABS) alternatively, proof of payment prior commencement of the course. To facilitate professional service and efficient planning, a client is requested to provide notification of where the training will be presented, FOUR WEEKS prior the agreed dates. noTe: In-house courses will be presented to a minimum of 10 and maximum of 20 delegates per session. The client or organisation will be responsible for providing a suitable training room with audiovisual equipment and all necessary training tools (including projectors, flip charts etc.) as well as refreshments.

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ISO 9001:2008

QualiTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs

Organisations all over the world have realized the benefits of implementing and maintaining quality management systems based on the ISO 9000 series of standards, since it improves the efficiency and effectiveness of an organisation's operation. It provides consistency in the quality of a product and/or service. It also drives an organisation to meet and exceed customer expectations, leading to an increase in market and shareholder value. The course will enhance the understanding of the standards and their requirements, thus enabling delegates to implement and maintain such systems in their respective organisational environments. note: it is preferable that delegates are already familiar with quality issues as the course focuses on the requirements and implementation of management systems.

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inTRoDuCTion To QualiTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs

The standard for Quality Management Systems (ISO 9001:2008) requires that: -

· Personnel in the organisation are made aware of the quality policy and objectives of the

organisation.

· Personnel are made aware of their roles and responsibilities within the organisation and its

quality management system. This course aims to help organisations comply with the ISO 9001:2008 requirements. It ensures that delegates attending the training understand and are able to interpret the basics of the standard. It also helps to make personnel aware of the importance of their roles in the organisation and assists them to achieve and exceed customer satisfaction. Course outline and dates: Two (2) days

· Brief Overview of the ISO 9000 series · Quality Concepts · Quality System Requirements of ISO 9001:2008 · No examination will be written. 100% attendance required. · Certificate of Attendance will be awarded.

PReToRia

January February March April May June July August September October November November 26 - 27 23 - 24 23 - 24 18 - 20 05 - 06 14 - 15 06 - 07 11 - 12 31 Aug - 01 Sept 05 - 06 09 - 10 29 - 30

DuRBan

January March May July August October 19 - 20 24 - 25 04 - 05 11 - 12 29 - 30 06 - 07

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CaPe ToWn

February April June August October November 14 - 15 19 - 20 13 - 14 11 - 12 10 - 11 15 - 16

Fees:

R 3508.20 (R 3077.37 + R 430.83 VAT)

QualiTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs ­ iMPleMenTaTion anD eValuaTion of iso 9001:2008

CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is five (5) days per module. Module 1: understanding and implementation of iso 9001: 2008

· Understanding Quality Concepts, the purpose and rationale for a QMS · Understanding the PDCA cycle · Describing the benefits of a QMS · Understanding the Quality Management Principles and their application in organisations · Applying the Process Approach in a QMS · Describing the 4-tier QMS documentation model · Implementation of ISO 9001 standard requirements · Interpretation and application of Quality Management Principles And Requirements · Examination

Module 2: QMs auditing - saaTCa ReGisTeReD

· Understanding the purpose and benefits of auditing · Understanding the difference between 1st, 2nd and 3rd party audits and other types of audits · Using and interpretation of ISO 9001 as a basis for audits · Preparing and planning for audits (audit schedules, audit plans, audit checklist) · Performing audits, displaying appropriate auditor traits, such as using effective questioning

techniques and recording non-conformances

· Writing audit reports and follow-up on corrective actions · Explaining the process of certification · Examination

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QualiTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs - iso 9001:2008 PReToRia MoDule 1 17 Jan 21 Jan

14 Feb 21 Feb 14 Mar 04 Apr 28 Mar 09 May 16 May 06 Jun 27 Jun 04 Jul 25 Jul 01 Aug 29 Aug 05 Sept 26 Sept 03 Oct 24 Oct 31 Oct 21 Nov 28 Nov 18 Feb 25 Feb 18 Mar 08 Apr 01 Apr 13 May 20 May 10 Jun 01 Jul 08 Jul 29 Jul 05 Aug 02 Sept 09 Sept 30 Sept 07 Oct 28 Oct 04 Nov 25 Nov 25 Nov

GRouP Q 0000

Q 2000 Q 2001 Q 2002 Q 2003 Q 2004 Q 2005 Q 2006 Q 2007 Q 2008 Q 2009 Q 2010 Q 2011 Q 2012 Q 2013 Q 2014 Q 2015 Q 2016 Q 2017 Q 2018 Q 2019

MoDule 2 31 Jan 04 Feb

28 Feb 07 Mar 28 Mar 09 May 11 Apr 23 May 30 May 20 Jun 11 Jul 18 Jul 15 Aug 22 Aug 12 Sept 19 Sept 10 Oct 17 Oct 07 Nov 14 Nov 05 Dec 05 Dec 04 Mar 11 Mar 01 Apr 13 May 15 Apr 27 May 03 Jun 24 Jun 15 Jul 22 Jul 19 Aug 26 Aug 16 Sept 23 Sept 14 Oct 21 Oct 11 Nov 18 Nov 09 Dec 09 Dec

DuRBan

Q 2936 Q 2937 Q 2938 Q 2039 31 Jan 09 May 18 Jul 17 Oct 04 Feb 13 May 22 Jul 21 Oct 21 Feb 30 May 15 Aug 07 Nov 25 Feb 03 Jun 19 Aug 11 Nov

CaPe ToWn

Q 2930 Q 2931 Q 2932 Q 2933 07 Mar 20 Jun 05 Sept 21 Nov 11 Mar 24 Jun 09 Sept 25 Nov 28 Mar 11 Jul 26 Sept 05 Nov 01 Apr 15 Jul 30 Sept 09 Nov

PoRT eliZaBeTH

Q 2934 Q 2935 Q 2936 12 Apr 04 Jul 12 Sept 15 Apr 08 Jul 16 Sept 16 May 22 Aug 10 Oct 20 May 26 Aug 14 Oct

Fees PeR MoDule:

Pretoria: R 7 656.12 (R 6 715.90 + R 940.23 VAT) All other venues: R 8 460.95 (R 7 421.88 + R 1039.06 VAT) nB: extra courses will be scheduled on request.

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ISO 14001:2004

enViRonMenTal ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs (eMs)

inTRoDuCTion Organisations have a legal and social responsibility regarding the environment within which they operate. This requires a sound environmental management system. This is due to organisations' impact on the environment through their operational activities, products and services. ISO 14001 has been written to be applicable to all types and sizes of organisations. The overall aim of ISO 14001 is to support environmental protection and prevention of pollution in balance with socio-economic needs. The training is applicable to all employees requiring an understanding of environmental management systems or those involved with the establishment, implementation, maintenance, continual improvement, management and evaluation of an ISO 14001 (EMS). note 1: it is preferable that delegates are already familiar with environmental issues as the course focuses on the requirements and implementation of management systems. note 2: Delegates are strongly advised to attend the environmental legal Requirements course. This will become a pre-requisite in future

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inTRoDuCTion To enViRonMenTal ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs (eMs)

The standard for Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001:2004) requires that: · Personnel are made aware of their roles and responsibilities within the organisation and its environmental management system. This course aims to help organisations comply with the ISO 14001:2004 requirements. It ensures that delegates attending the training understand and are able to interpret the basics of the standard. It also helps to make personnel aware of the importance of their roles in the organisation and assists them to understand their environmental obligations and commitments. Course outline and date: Two (2) days · Brief Overview of the ISO 14001

· EMS Concepts and Issues · EMS Requirements of ISO 14001:2004 · No examination will be written, 100% attendance required. · Certificate of Attendance will be awarded.

PReToRia

April May July August October November 18 - 19 03 - 04 25 - 26 11 - 12 03 - 04 07 - 08

DuRBan

April June September 28 - 29 13 - 14 12 - 13

CaPe ToWn

March April 24 - 25 20 - 21

PoRT eliZaBeTH

May 04 - 05

Fees:

Pretoria: R 3 508.20 (R 3 077.37 + R 430.83 VAT) all other venues: R 3 830.40 (R 3 360.00 + R 470.40 VAT)

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unDeRsTanDinG, iMPleMenTinG anD auDiTinG enViRonMenTal ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs

CouRse ouTCoMes

The course duration is five 5 days per module Module 1: understanding and implementing of iso 14001

· Introduction to ISO 14001:2004 concepts · An overview of environmental risks or opportunities to organisations · Similarities between ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 · Introduction to environmental legislation and global environmental concerns · Identification of environmental aspects and impacts · Requirements, interpretation and intent of the standard · Formulating the basis for the implementation and improvement of ISO

14001:2004

· Examination

Module 2: environmental Management system auditing (saaTCa Registered)

· An overview of the types of EMS audits, reasons to audit and problems

associated with audits

· Understanding of the auditing principles and the process · The process approach to auditing · Understanding EMS and Certification challenges · Typical audit documentation · Extensive practical assignments and audit scenarios · Examination

PReToRia MoDule 1

24 Jan 07 Mar 11 Apr 06 Jun 18 Jul 05 Sept 17 Oct 21 Nov 28 Jan 11 Mar 15 Apr 10 Jun 22 Jul 09 Sept 21 Oct 25 Nov 14 Jan 28 Mar 16 May 27 Jun 15 Aug 26 Sept 07 Nov 05 Dec

GRouP

E 2000 E 2001 E 2002 E 2003 E 2004 E 2005 E 2006 E 2007

MoDule 2

18 Feb 01 Apr 20 May 01 Jul 19 Aug 30 Sept 11 Nov 09 Dec

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GRouP

E 2008 E 2009 E 2010 04 Apr 11 Jun 17 Oct

CaPe ToWn MoDule 1

08 Apr 15 Jul 21 Oct 09 May 01 Aug 14 Nov

MoDule 2

13 May 05 Aug 18 Nov

DuRBan

E 2011 E 2012 E 2013 E 2014 14 Mar 23 May 25 Jul 10 Oct 18 Mar 27 May 29 Jul 14 Oct 11 Apr 04 Jul 19 Sept 01 Nov 15 Apr 08 Jul 23 Sept 04 Nov

PoRT eliZaBeTH

E 2015 E 2016 07 Feb 20 Jun 11 Feb 24 Jun 21 Feb 12 Sept 25 Feb 16 Sept

Fees PeR MoDule:

Pretoria: R 7 174.34 (R 6 293.28 + R 881.06 VAT) other Venues: R 7 748.09 (R 6 796.57 + R 951.52 VAT) note: Because legislation is such an integral part of environmental Management systems, we strongly recommend that delegates also attend the environmental legal course.

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souTH aFRiCan enViRonMenTal leGal ReQuiReMenTs aPPliCaBle To iso14001:2004

inTRoDuCTion The minimum legal requirements of ISO 14001 necessitate a commitment by the Organisation's top management to comply with all the applicable environmental legislation. In order to implement this commitment, organisations must identify and have access to all applicable legal requirements. The relevance and application of the identified laws should also be understood and captured in the environmental management systems. It follows that the legal requirements, together with the other elements of the environmental policy, must guide the organisations objectives and targets and environmental management programmes. It must also be incorporated into operational and monitoring procedures where appropriate. The fragmentation of South Africa's environmental legislation makes the isolation and interpretation of applicable legislation complex. Therefore, our legal training course has been designed to equip delegates with a working knowledge of the most important South African environmental laws. The course also highlights the practical application of the law to the typical industrial and mining environment. The main objective of the course is to enable delegates to identify and relate the applicable laws to their industries' activities, products and services. Environmental legal issues should be strategic priority of every Organisation. Therefore, personnel tasked with the implementation, management and evaluation of an environmental management system (EMS) effectively, they require an understanding of legal issues pertaining to EMS. note: The course focuses on obligations imposed by the respective act and regulations and not on philosophies underpinning the legislation. CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is five (5) days per module Course outline: iso 14001 and the environmental legal requirements South African Environmental legal requirements related to:

· Personal liability for environmental offences in the workplace · Air pollution control · Water management · Waste management · Hazardous chemicals and substances (excluding dangerous goods transport) · Environmental impact assessments

PReToRia

21 - 25 Feb 09 - 13 May 25 - 29 Jul 26 - 30 Sept 21 - 25 Nov

CaPe ToWn

20 - 24 Jun 22 - 26 Aug

DuRBan

28 Mar - 01 Apr 17 - 21 Oct

Fees:

Pretoria R 8 508.88 (R 7 463.93 + R 1 044.95 VAT) other areas R 8 979.89 (R 7 877.10 + R 1102.79 VAT)

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OHSAS 18001:2007

oCCuPaTional HealTH anD saFeTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs (oHsMs)

inTRoDuCTion Organisations have a legal and social responsibility regarding the occupational health and safety of all employees in their working environment. This requires sound occupational health and safety management systems (OHSMS) due to hazards and risks that can have a detrimental effect on employees. OHSAS 18001:2007 has been written to be applicable to all types and sizes of organisations. The overall aim of the standard is to enable organisations to identify, eliminate or at least minimise and control their occupational hazards and lower their risks through improvement of OHSMS performance. All employees requiring an understanding of the OHSMS, or those involved with the establishment, implementation, maintenance, continual improvement, management and evaluation of an OHSAS 18001:2007 (OHSMS) should attend. note 1: it is preferable that delegates are already familiar with health and safety issues and risk assessments as the course focuses on the requirements and interpretation of the management systems. note 2: Delegates are strongly advised to attend the oHs legal Requirements Course. This will become a pre-requisite in future.

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inTRoDuCTion To oCCuPaTional HealTH anD saFeTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs (oHsMs)

The standard for OHS Management Systems (OHSAS 18001:2007) requires that: · Personnel are made aware of their roles and responsibilities within the organisation and its occupational health and safety management system. This course aims to help organisations comply with the OHSAS 18001:2007 requirements. It ensures that delegates attending the training understand and are able to implement these in their own environment. It also helps to make personnel aware of the importance of their roles in the organisations and how to assist them to achieve the occupational health and safety obligations and commitments. CouRse ouTCoMes Course outline and dates: Two (2) days · Brief Overview of the OHSAS 18001:2007

· OHS Concepts · Management System Requirements of OHSAS 18001:2007 · No examination will be written, 100% attendance required. · Certificate of Attendance will be awarded.

PReToRia

April May July August September October November 28 - 29 23 - 24 04 - 05 29 - 30 27 - 28 10 - 11 22 - 23

DuRBan

April July September 18 - 19 6-7 15 - 16

CaPe ToWn

June September 14 - 15 19 - 20

PoRT eliZaBeTH

June 08 - 09

Fees:

Pretoria: R 3 508.20 (R 3 077.37 + R 430.83 VAT) all other venues: R 3 830.40 (R 3 360.00 + R 470.40 VAT)

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unDeRsTanDinG, iMPleMenTaTion anD auDiTinG oF oCCuPaTional HealTH anD saFeTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs (oHsMs)

CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is five (5) days per module Module 1: understanding and implementation of oHsas 18001:2007

· Introduction to OHSAS 18001:2007 concepts · Similarities between ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 · Requirements, interpretation and intent of OHSAS 18001:2007 · Identification of Occupational Health and Safety hazards · The basic principles of risk assessment · Formulating the basis for the implementation and improvement of OHSAS 18001:2007 · The Certification process · Examination

Module 2: oHsMs auditing - saaTCa Registered

· An overview of the types of OHSMS audits, reasons to audit and problems associated with

audits

· Understanding of the auditing principles and process · The process approach auditing · Understanding Management Systems and Certification challenges · Typical audit documentation, extensive practical assignments and audit scenarios · Examination

GRouP

S 2000 S 2001 S 2002 S 2003 S 2004 S 2005 S 2006 S 2007 17 Jan 28 Feb 09 May 20 Jun 01 Aug 12 Sept 24 Oct 28 Nov

PReToRia MoDule 1

21 Jan 04 Mar 13 May 24 Jun 05 Aug 16 Sept 28 Oct 02 Dec 07 Feb 28 Mar 30 May 11 Jul 22 Aug 03 Oct 14 Nov 05 Dec

MoDule 2

11 Feb 01 Apr 03 June 15 Jul 26 Aug 07 Oct 18 Nov 09 Dec

DuRBan

S 2008 S 2009 S 2010 S 2011 07 Feb 04 Apr 06 Jun 15 Aug 11 Feb 08 Apr 10 Jun 19 Aug 28 Feb 16 May 20 Jun 05 Sept 04 Mar 20 May 24 Jun 09 Sept

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unDeRsTanDinG, iMPleMenTaTion anD auDiTinG oF oCCuPaTional HealTH anD saFeTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs (oHsMs) GRouP S 2012 S 2013 S 2014 S 2015 S 2016 S 2017 Fees PeR MoDule:

Pretoria: R 9 208.66 (R 8 077.78 + R 1 130.89 VAT) other venues: R 9 849.71 (R 8 640.10 + R 1 209.61 VAT) note: Because legislation is such an integral part of occupational Health and safety systems, we strongly recommend that delegates also attend the legal course.

07 Mar 27 Jun 03 Oct 07 Nov 14 Mar 11 Jul

CaPe ToWn MoDule 1 11 Mar 1 Jul 07 Oct 11 Nov PoRT eliZaBeTH 18 Mar 15 Jul

MoDule 2 23 May 27 May 18 Jul 22 Jul 24 Oct 28 Oct 28 Nov 02 Dec 04 Apr 12 Sept 08 Apr 16 Sept

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souTH aFRiCan oCCuPaTional HealTH anD saFeTY leGal ReQuiReMenTs aPPliCaBle To 18001:2007

inTRoDuCTion For personnel to implement, manage and evaluate an Occupational Health and Safety Management System effectively, they require an understanding of legal issues pertaining to an OHSMS. The employer has both a legal and moral duty to ensure that employees, the community and third parties are safeguarded as far as is reasonably practicable against occupational hazards and risk. The appropriate knowledge and understanding of legislation is essential for employees and management both from a common sense and a legal approach. note: The course focuses on obligations imposed by the respective Acts and Regulations of which personnel must have an understanding and not on philosophies underpinning the legislation. Who should attend? · Risk Managers; Safety Officers/Managers; System Coordinators; Occupational Health Practitioners; Senior Legal Appointees; Engineering Manager etc. CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is three (3) days per module · Brief outline of the South African Legal system: legislature, different forms of liability for individuals and organisations · Mine Health and Safety Act · Occupational Health and Safety Act · Contractor Management · OHSAS 18001: 2007 Risk and Legal Requirements · Basic Principles of the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act · Basic Principles of the National Road Traffic Act · Basic Principles of the Hazardous Substances Act · Basic Principles of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act · Tobacco Products Control Act

· Examination

PReToRia

28 Feb - 02 Mar 21 Jun - 23 Jun 25 Oct - 27 Oct

Fees:

Pretoria: R 6 471.41 (R5 676.67 + R 794.73 VAT)

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SAATCA EXAMINATION

Through the years we have established that the majority of our clients attend our courses to be able to conduct audits within their organisations as well as those that are interested in making auditing a career. These delegates are afforded the opportunity to write a SAATCA accredited examinations. After successful completion of SABS accredited Auditing courses, delegates who wish to pursue a career as auditors and register with SAATCA, will need to pass the SABS auditing module with a 70% pass mark and thus, will be afforded the opportunity to write the external "SAATCA Board" examination at a SAATCA selected venue. These examinations must be written within 6 months after completion of the course. it is expected that delegates have experience before they attempt to write this examinations and attain the 70% pass mark required for saaTCa entry level. The SABS Training Centre examinations are currently SAATCA accredited and delegates need to attain 70% or more to be eligible for application to SAATCA. SAATCA registration requirements need to be complied with as per the set SAATCA criteria. The duration of the SAATCA examinations is 2 hours. A delegate will be offered only 1 opportunity to write the SAATCA with the SABS Training Centre. A certificate will be issued to indicate that the delegate passed the SABS/SAATCA approved examinations. The SAATCA will in the near future be designing and developing "SAATCA BOARD" examinations for registration of auditors. The SABS Training Centre can therefore not guarantee that their currently accredited examinations and certificates will enable future eligibility for application, as currently accepted by SAATCA. We are awaiting SAATCA directives and clarifications on the matter. Please visit their website: www.saatca.co.za

DaTes PReToRia

01 Apr 15 Jul 16 Sept 21 oct

CaPe ToWn

01 Apr 30 Sept

DuRBan

03 Jun 11 Nov

Fees:

R 814.16 (R 714.18 + R 99.98 VAT)

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SANS 10216:2009

eValuaTion oF VeHiCle TesT sTaTions

inTRoDuCTion The number of tragic accidents experienced by South Africans justifies the stipulation by the Department of Transport, which requires Vehicle Test Stations to comply with certain regulatory requirements, one of these being SANS 10216. Both the Road Traffic Act Authority and the customer need the assurance that the vehicle test station authority possesses an adequate level of competency, impartiality and integrity. When in compliance with the requirements of SANS 10216, consistency in vehicle testing and inspection services could be assured on a national basis.

unDeRsTanDinG eValuaTion oF VeHiCle TesT sTaTions

CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is three (3) days

· Concepts of Quality Management systems · Review of Quality Management systems including internal audits · Requirements of sans 10216 · national Roads Traffic act · Facilities and equipment Requirements · national Road Traffic act 93,1996 · examination

DaTes

PReToRia

June August October November Fees:

Pretoria: R 3 724.38 (R 3 267.00 + R 456.38 VAT)

01 - 03 10 - 12 10 - 12 14 - 16

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SANS 10330:2007

HaCCP sYsTeMs

inTRoDuCTion Within the food and drink industry, HACCP is a well-known technique used to analyze potential food safety hazards in an operation. It assists in identifying where these may occur and also in evaluating which are more critical to consumer safety. The increasing demand for control of food and drink processes has resulted in companies worldwide introducing and maintaining HACCP systems. This course is designed to enable delegates to understand, implement and maintain HACCP systems based on SANS 10330: "The implementation and management of a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) system". The system ensures that companies produce food and drinks that are safe for human consumption.

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unDeRsTanDinG anD auDiTinG HaCCP

CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is five (5) days per module Module 1: HaCCP Concepts and the Requirements of sans 10330:2007 · Introduction to HACCP · Pre-requisite programs · Food Safety Hazards · SANS 10330:2007 Requirements · The HACCP study (principles & stages) · Maintaining the system · Practical Examples and Exercises · Examination Module 2: audit Practice

· Introduction to auditing · Auditing Principles - ISO 19011 · Auditor Requirements · The Audit Program · The Audit Process · The Certification Process · Practical Examples and Exercises · Examination

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H 2000 H 2001 H 2002 H 2003 H 2004 H 2005 H 2006 H 2007 H 2008 14 Mar 04 Apr 01 Aug 22 Aug 07 Nov 02 May 11 Jul 05 Sept 19 Sept

PReToRia MoDule 1

18 Mar 08 Apr 05 Aug 26 Aug 11 Nov 10 Oct 28 Nov 27 Jun

MoDule 2

01 Jul 14 Oct 02 Dec

DuRBan

06 May 15 Jul 08 Aug 12 Aug

CaPe ToWn

09 Sept 23 Sept 24 Oct 28 Oct

Fees PeR MoDule:

Pretoria: R 6 051.78 (R 5 308.58 + R 743.20 VAT) other venues: R 6 906.92 (R 6 058.70 + R 848.22 VAT)

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ISO 22000:2005

unDeRsTanDinG anD auDiTinG FooD saFeTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs

inTRoDuCTion This course could include a combination of learners with different levels of knowledge on management systems, for example ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and SANS 10330 and/or HACCP principles as described by the Codex Alimentarius Commission. An understanding of good food handling practices as described by Regulation 918 of the Health Act and/or SANS 10049 is required. CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is five (5) days Module 1: iso 22000 concepts and requirements · Introduction · Prerequisite programmes · Documentation · HACCP in general · Planning and realization of safe products · Practical examples and Exercises · Examination Module 2: audit practice · Auditing Principles ­ ISO 19011 · Food Safety Management Systems Audit · Validation, verification and improvement of the Food Safety Management Systems · Practical examples and Exercises

· Examination

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FS 2000 FS 2001 FS 2002 FS 2003 FS 2004 FS 2007 FS 2008 FS 2005 FS 2006 07 Feb 28 Feb 06 Jun 20 Jun 17 Oct 04 Apr 27 Jun 09 May 23 May

PReToRia MoDule 1

11 Feb 04 Mar 10 Jun 24 Jun 21 Oct 15 Aug 31 Oct 11 Apr

MoDule 2

15 Apr 19 Aug 04 Nov

DuRBan

08 Apr 01 Jun 12 Sept 16 Sept

CaPe ToWn

13 May 27 May 25 Jul 29 Jul

Fees PeR MoDule:

Pretoria: R 6 114.50 (R 5 363.60 + R 750.90 VAT) other venues: R 7 197.96 (R 6 314.00 + R 883.96 VAT)

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PAS 220:2008

PReReQuisiTe PRoGRaMMes on FooD saFeTY FoR FooD ManuFaCTuRinG

PREREQUISITE PROGRAMMES ON FOOD SAFETY FOR FOOD MANUFACTURING (PAS 220) is a publicly available specification prepared by the British Standards Institution (BSI) to specify the requirements for prerequisite programmes to assist in controlling food safety hazards The intention is that this specification is to be used in conjunction with SANS/ISO 22000 to support management systems to meet requirements with regard to prerequisite programmes. It is also useful as a guideline for establishing prerequisite programmes for HACCP. Prerequisite programmes are the basic conditions and activities that are necessary to maintain a hygienic environment throughout the food chain suitable for the production, handling, storage and distribution of safe food products. Prerequisite programmes therefore assist in preventing and controlling the likelihood of introducing food safety hazards such as biological, chemical or physical in the product or processing environment. CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is four (4) days · Introduction to PAS 220 · Understanding Hazards · Requirements for Prerequisite Programme · Designing a Prerequisite Programme · Documentation and Records · Implementation and Maintenance

· Assignment and Examination

PReToRia

PAS 2000 PAS 2001 PAS 2002 PAS 2003 PAS 2004 PAS 2005 PAS 2006 22 Mar 18 Apr 03 May 05 Sept 19 Sept 14 Nov 12 Dec 25 Mar 21 Apr 06 May 08 Sept 22 Sept 17 Nov 15 Dec

Fees:

Pretoria: R 5 592.49 (R 4 905.69 + R 686.80 VAT) nB: extra courses will be scheduled on request and these include Cape Town and Durban

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ISO 27001:2006

inFoRMaTion seCuRiTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs

inTRoDuCTion Information has benefits like any other important business asset. It has value to an organisation and consequently needs to be suitably protected. Information security protects company data from a wide range of threats in order to ensure business continuity, minimize business damage and maximize return on investments and business opportunities. Increasingly, organisations and their information systems and networks are faced with security threats from a wide range of sources, including computer-assisted fraud, espionage, sabotage, vandalism, fire or flooding. Sources of damage such as computer viruses, computer hacking and denial of service attacks have become more common, more ambitious and increasingly sophisticated. Dependence on information systems and services means organisations are more vulnerable to security threats. The interconnection of public and private networks and sharing of information resources increases the difficulty of achieving access control. Information security is characterized in the standard as the preservation of: · Confidentiality · Integrity

· Availability

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unDeRsTanDinG anD auDiTinG inFoRMaTion seCuRiTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs (isMs)

CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is five (5) days per module Module 1: understanding iso 27001 · Importance of information security · Information assets · Risk assessment and risk management · ISO 27001 requirements, controls and objectives · Examination Module 2: audit practice · Benefits of auditing · Auditing techniques · Types of audits · The audit process · The certification process

· Examination

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IS 2001 IS 2002 IS 2003 IS 2004 16 May 04 Jul 29 Aug 17 Oct

PReToRia MoDule 1

20 May 08 Jul 02 Sept 21 Oct 30 May 18 Jun 12 Sept 31 Oct

MoDule 2

03 Jun 22 Jul 16 Sept 04 Nov

Fees PeR MoDule

Pretoria: R 5 718.24 (R 5 016.00+ R 702.24 VAT) nB: extra courses will be scheduled on request

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PRODUCT CERTIFICATION

saBs MaRK sCHeMe

inTRoDuCTion The SABS Mark Scheme is a certification process by which a third party (i.e. SABS Commercial) gives assurance that a product fulfils specified requirements. The SABS Mark Scheme applies only to products/commodities for which technical South African national specifications (SANS) exist. This is an accredited type 5* product certification scheme. The SABS mark is applied to both locally manufactured and imported products/commodities. CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is two (2) days · A full understanding of aspects of the SABS Mark Scheme · The Certification Process and Requirements · The Quality System Requirements as defined defined in the general and specific permit conditions · Sampling and Testing requirements and process, including the more specialised witness testing

PRODUCT CERTIFICATION

PReToRia

MS 2000 MS 2001 MS 2002 MS 2003 MS 2005 MS 2006 MS 2007 MS 2008 MS2009 25 May 27 Jul 03 Aug 21 Sept 26 May 28 Jul 04 Aug 22 Sept 15 Jul 01 Sept 04 Oct 13 Oct 18 Nov

DuRBan

14 Jul 31 Aug 03 Oct -

CaPe ToWn

12 Oct 17 Nov

Fees:

Pretoria: R 3 508.20 (R 3 077.37 + R 430.83 VAT) all other venues: R 3 830.40 (R 3 360.00 + R 470.40 VAT)

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SANS 13485:2004

(Including 14971)

MeDiCal DeViCes ­ QualiTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs - ReQuiReMenTs FoR ReGulaToRY PuRPoses

inTRoDuCTion ISO 13485 specifies requirements for a quality management system where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer requirements and regulatory requirements applicable to medical devices and related services. Benefits of implementing an ISO 13485 system are compliance with Legal requirements, improved risk management through the use of risk management techniques and traceability, customer satisfaction, proven business credentials etc. This course is designed to enhance the understanding of ISO 13485 and ISO 14971 and their requirements to enable delegates to implement and maintain such systems in their organizations. noTe: Delegates have to have attended and successfully completed an iso 9001 course prior to enrolling for this iso 13485 course. The course duration is five (5) days per module

GRouP

MD 2000 MD 2001 MD 2002 MD 2003 16 May 04 Jul 22 Aug 31 Oct

PReToRia MoDule 1

20 May 08 Jul 26 Aug 04 Nov 30 May 18 Jul 05 Sept 21 Nov

MoDule 2

03 Jun 22 Jul 09 Sept 25 Nov

Fees:

Pretoria: R 6 832.70 (R 5 993.60 + R 839.10 VAT)

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ISO/IEC 17025:2005

GeneRal ReQuiReMenTs FoR THe CoMPeTenCe oF TesTinG anD CaliBRaTion laBoRaToRies

inTRoDuCTion This course aims to give an understanding of the general requirements for the competence of the laboratory and its staff to carry out tests and/or calibrations, including sampling. It covers testing and calibration performed using standard methods, non-standard methods and laboratory methods. This International Standard is applicable to all organizations performing test(s) and/or calibration(s). This include for example, first, second and third party laboratories and laboratories where testing and/or calibration forms part of inspection and product certification. It is applicable to all laboratories regardless of the number of personnel or the extent of the scope of testing and/ or calibration activities. It is for use by laboratories in developing their management system for quality, administrative and technical operations. CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is five (5) days · Brief Overview of the Standard · Management Requirements · Technical Requirements · Questionnaires · Practical examples and exercises

· Certificates of Attendance will be awarded

PReToRia

16 May 22 Aug 07 Nov 20 May 26 Aug 11 Nov

IEC 2000 IEC 2001 IEC 2002

Fees PeR MoDule:

Pretoria: R 5 700.00 (R 5 000.00+ R 700.00 VAT)

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SANS 13485:2004 (Including 14971)

HiV and aiDs ManaGeMenT

INTRODUCTION This course will provide the delegates with the understanding of the implementation process of the standard requirements, its purpose and benefits to the organizations. The alignment and relationship with other management systems such as ISO 9001 and 14001 will be discussed. The course duration is five (5) days per module

SANS 16001:2007

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HIV 2000 HIV 2001 HIV 2002 HIV 2003 HIV 2004 HIV 2005 16 May 18 Jul 12 Sept 31 Oct 29 Aug 04 Jul

PReToRia MoDule 1

20 May 22 Jul 16 Sept 04 Nov 20 Jun 15 Aug 17 Oct

MoDule 2

24 Jun 19 Aug 21 Oct

CaPe ToWn

02 Sept 14 Nov 03 Oct 18 Nov 07 Oct

DuRBan

08 Jul

Fees PeR MoDule:

Pretoria: R 7 397.22 (R 6 488.79 + R 908.43 VAT) all other venues: R 8 174.83 (R 7 170.90 + R 1 003.93 VAT)

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ISO/TS 16949:2009

QMs ­ PaRTiCulaR ReQuiReMenTs FoR THe aPPliCaTion oF iso 9001:2008 FoR auToMoTiVe PRoDuCTion anD ReleVanT seRViCe PaRT oRGaniZaTions

This course aims to help organizations comply with the requirements and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its processes. The auditing module, aims to help organizations improve their performance in performing internal quality audits and to provide management with an effective independent evaluation of performance. CouRse ouTCoMes The course duration is three (3) days per module Module 1: Understanding and implementation of the requirements of ISO/TS16949:2009.

· An

overview of the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) and the development of ISO/TS16949 for the automotive industry.

· Describing the benefits of ISO/TS16949:2009 and customer specific requirements · Applicability and requirements for certification. · Application of the automotive process approach · Description of documentation requirements · The requirements of the technical specification with the focus on ISO/TS16949

requirements (additional to ISO9001)

specific

· Quality management principles · Examination

Module 2: Auditing to the requirements of ISO/TS16949:2009 and customer specific requirements.

· Understanding the benefits of automotive process approach to auditing. · Understanding the processes of system, manufacturing process and product audits. · Preparation and planning for an audit · Performing audits · Audit reports and follow up corrective actions · The certification process · Examination.

noTe: Delegates have to have attended and successfully completed an iso 9001 course prior to enrolling for this iso/Ts 16949 course.

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GRouP

ISO/TC 2000 ISO/TC 2001 ISO/TC 2002 ISO/TC 2003 ISO/TC 2004 4 Apr 31 Oct 18 Jul 15 Aug 9 May

PReToRia MoDule 1

6 Apr 02 Nov 18 Apr 14 Nov 1 Aug 5 Sept 30 May

MoDule 2

20 Apr 16 Nov 3 Aug 7 Sept 2 Jun

PoRT eliZaBeTH

20 Jul

CaPe ToWn

17 Aug

DuRBan

11 May

Fees PeR MoDule Pretoria: R 5 130.00 (R 4 500 + R 630 VAT) all other venues: R 5 814.00 (R 5 100 + R 714 VAT))

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IN-HOUSE COURSES

inTeRnal auDiTinG FoR QualiTY ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs ­ iso 9001:2008

INTRODUCTION: The implementation of a Quality Management System in accordance with the ISO 9000 series necessitate that more personnel understand the standards' requirements as well as their roles in maintaining the system. The main aim of this course is to enable delegates to assist in the evaluation of their own organisations' Quality Management Systems. Course duration and outline: five (5) days The course consists of the following:

SANS 13485:2004 (Including 14971)

· Requirements of ISO 9001:2008 · Process approach Auditing practices · Assessment: On site Process Approach Auditing · Examination

QualiTY aWaReness WoRKsHoP FoR sHoPFlooR WoRKeRs ­ iso 9001:2008

inTRoDuCTion: The ISO 9001:2008 standard for Quality Management Systems is based on processes and systems that affect the quality of products and services throughout their life cycle. This is in recognising that products and services delivered by organisations are a result of the inputs from the shop floor personnel. There is therefore a great need to improve quality awareness and understanding of their roles and responsibilities. Course duration and outline: half (1/2) day The course consists of the following:

· The importance of Quality and Quality Management Systems · Quality Concepts · Objectives · How processes affect each other · The roles and importance of workers in an organisation · Advantages of the Quality Management Systems

QualiTY aWaReness WoRKsHoP FoR ToP ManaGeMenT ­ iso 9001:2008

inTRoDuCTion: In the past, compliance with the standard was often the Quality Manager's responsibility. This resulted in a Quality Management System operating in isolation within the Quality Assurance Department. The intent of ISO 9001:2008 is that Top Management has to demonstrate its support and involvement in the development and implementation of the QMS. Thus active participation in establishing and managing processes to ensure compliance with the needs of customers, interested parties, legal and/or regulatory requirements is vital.

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Course duration and outline: half (1/2) day The course consists of the following:

· Quality Concepts and Terminology · Requirements of ISO 9001:2008 · Management Responsibility · Quality Policy and Objectives at all functions and levels · Quality Management Principles and their application

inTeRnal auDiTinG FoR enViRonMenTal ManaGeMenT sYsTeMs (eMs) ­ iso 14001:2004

inTRoDuCTion: The implementation of an Environmental Management System in accordance with the ISO 14001:2004 necessitate that more employees understand the standards' requirements as well as their roles in maintaining the system. The main aim of this course is to enable delegates to assist in the evaluation of their own organisations' Environmental Management Systems. Course duration and outline: five (5) days The course consists of the following:

· Requirements of ISO 14001:2004 · Process Approach Auditing practices · Assessment: On site Process Approach Auditing · Examination

enViRonMenTal aWaReness WoRKsHoP FoR ToP ManaGeMenT ­ iso 14001

inTRoDuCTion: An Environmental Management System (ISO 14001) is a powerful tool to help organisations to successfully meet today's financial, regulatory, and statutory as well as environmental challenges. Communication is required at all levels to ensure that every employee understands why an Environmental Management System is being implemented. For a successful implementation, basic environmental training for management and their staff whose activities can impact on environmental aspects is necessary and required by ISO 14001. Separate courses are offered in this regard i.e.

· emphasis on management responsibility, support and involvement in the implementation

and the maintenance of the system Course duration and outline: half (1/2) day The course consists of the following: · Understanding and defining Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001)

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enViRonMenTal aWaReness WoRKsHoP FoR sHoPFlooR WoRKeRs ­ iso 14001

inTRoDuCTion: An Environmental Management System (ISO 14001) is a powerful tool to help organisations to successfully meet today's financial, regulatory, and statutory as well as environmental challenges. Communication is required at all levels to ensure that every employee understands why an Environmental Management System is being implemented. For a successful implementation, basic environmental training for management and their staff whose activities can impact on environmental aspects is necessary and required by ISO 14001. Separate courses are offered in this regard i.e. · Emphasis on understanding their roles and responsibilities in the system Course duration and outline: half (1/2) day The course consists of the following: · Understanding and defining Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001)

oCCuPaTional, HealTH anD saFeTY aWaReness FoR ToP ManaGeMenT­ oHsas 18001

inTRoDuCTion: An Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSAS 18001) is a powerful tool to help organisations successfully meet their legal and social responsibility regarding the occupational health and safety of all employees in their working environment. It ensures that measures are put in place to protect employees in their respective activities against hazards and risks that can have a detrimental effect on them. It enables organisations to identify and control their occupational hazards and lower their risks through improvement Communication is required at all levels to ensure that all employees understand why OHSAS is being implemented. For a successful implementation of OHSAS, basic training for staff is required. Separate courses are offered in this regard i.e. · Emphasis on their responsibility, support and involvement in the implementation and maintenance of the system Course duration and outline: half (1/2) day The course is half day and consists of the following: · Understanding and defining Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSAS 18001)

oCCuPaTional, HealTH anD saFeTY aWaReness FoR sHoPFlooR WoRKeRs ­ oHsas 18001

inTRoDuCTion: An Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSAS 18001) is a powerful tool to help

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organisations successfully meet their legal and social responsibility regarding the occupational health and safety of all employees in their working environment. It ensures that measures are put in place to protect employees in their respective activities against hazards and risks that can have a detrimental effect on them. It enables organisations to identify and control their occupational hazards and lower their risks through improvement Communication is required at all levels to ensure that all employees understand why OHSAS is being implemented. For a successful implementation of OHSAS, basic training for staff is required. Separate courses are offered in this regard i.e. · Emphasis on understanding their roles and responsibilities in the system Course duration and outline: half (1/2) day The course is half day and consists of the following:

· Understanding and defining Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems

(OHSAS 18001)

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MaP / DiReCTions

noTe: Coming from Johannesburg, continue with the concrete highway, passing the Pretoria East/ Pietersburg, Krugersdorp turnoff. After this turnoff the road surface will turn from concrete to a tar surface and the Voortrekker Monument will be clearly visible on the left.

DiReCTions: · Coming into Pretoria on the M1 (Ben Schoeman), take the "M7 Eeufeesweg" turnoff, down the hill to a T-junction and turn right at the traffic light. · Pass under the bridge and take the "M7 ­ Pretoria/Brooklyn" turnoff. · Cross from the left-hand side of the road over to the right-hand lane towards Groenkloof/ Brooklyn. · Drive past the SABS grounds and turn left into Totius Street, and immediately left again into Dr Lategan Road. · Continue past the main entrance and enter the grounds at the staff entrance. Follow the pointers to the Training Centre.

GPs: s 25 46' 10" latitude e 28 12' 42" longitude

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entering Pretoria on n4 from Witbank/emalahleni

· On entering Pretoria, the N4 becomes Pretorius Street. · The Holiday Inn Garden court will be on your right. · Keep to the left hand lane as you will have to turn left into Duncan Street. (It's about one or

two robots from when you get off highway)

· Proceed

on Duncan all the way up, (You will pass over two main streets i.e. Lynnwood Road and Charles Street), up to the Brooklyn Mall Circle (an island where a few roads come together). Go around the island and take the Middel Street turning.

Queen Wilhelmina Str.

Little Company of Mary Hospital

Middel Street Brooklyn Mall

Duncan Street

SPAR

ENGEN GARAGE

George Storrar

· Middel Street changes into George Storrar about a kilometre down. · Keep to the right-hand lane as you will turn right on Totius street. · Along George Storrar, you will see the Little Company of Mary Hospital on your right and

SPAR AND ENGEN will be on your left. At the intersection turn right onto Totius street. The SABS buildings will be on your left hand side.

· Take the little slipway off to left (about 50 metres from the intersection) i.e. Dr Lategan road, · Pass the main gate and travel down approx. 100metres towards the second gate. Crawford

College High School will be on your right. to sign.

· Enter at this gate and tell Security you are going to the Training Centre. You will be required

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TRAINING REGISTRATION FORM

To: South African Bureau of Standards SABS Training Academy Private Bag X191 PRETORIA 0001 Surname and Initials: Dr/Mr/Ms/Mrs _________________________________________________ Preferred name: __________________________________________________________________ ID No.:

(Attach copy of ID)

Fax No. : (012) 428-6623 Tel. Admin : (012) 428-6505/03 E-mail : [email protected]

Name of organisation _____________________________________________________________ VAT Number: _____________________________________________________________________ Organisation Postal address: (Where invoice must be posted to) Delivery address of Certificate

__________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________

___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________

Tel No.: __________________________

Fax No.: __________________________________

Cell No : __________________________________________________________________________ Delegate E-mail address : __________________________________________________________ Course Name: _____________________________________________________________________ Group number : ____________________________________________________________________ (As per brochure e.g. E2010) Dates of course : ___________________________________________________________________ Payment advice: When and how? ___________________________________________________

(Fax PO number and/or confirmation of payment)

Organisation's Accounts Contact person & Tel No.: __________________________________

** PURCHASE ORDER NO.: _______________________________________________________

Please indicate your dietary preference: _________________________________________ (Vegetarian, Halaal or any food allergies)

Please indicate how you came to know about the course:

Website Brochure Colleague Exhibition Other Specify:_______________________

Emergency contact person's name and number : _______________________________________

Terms and conditions of bookings:

Registration forms must be completed and submitted 20 days prior to a scheduled course Full course fees are payable in advance if your Organisation does not have an account with SABS or when you attend as an individual. Confirmation of attendance is only permitted upon receipt of a Purchase Order number if your Organisation has an account with SABS or full payment before commencement of the course if the Organisation does not have an account with SABS. Failure to provide proof of payment will lead to the delegate being refused entry to the course. SABS reserves the right to cancel /reschedule the course due to insufficient delegate registrations. All cancellations by delegate must reach the above address, in writing, not later than 10 days prior to the commencement date of the course. An administration and cancellation fee of 50% will be payable in respect of a cancellation received less than 10 days prior to the commencement date of the course. Non attendance without a cancellation notification will result in the full course fee payable.

AUTHORIZATION:

_______________________________________

INITIALS AND SURNAME

___________________________________

DESIGNATION

_______________________________________

AUTHORIZATION SIGNATURE

___________________________________

DATE

SABS BANKING DETAILS SABS Commercial Vat Number: 4710196256 Bank: ABSA Branch: 632005 Bank account number: 40 5322 5013 Reference: As per quotation/invoice

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CONTACT DETAILS

Course Administrators (for bookings, payments and enquiries) COurSE ADmINISTrATOr ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, SANS 10216, ISO/TS 16949, ISO 14001 Legal, OHSAS 18001 Legal & Related IN-HOUSE COURSES Tel: +27 (0) 12 428 -6506 Fax: +27 (0) 12 428 -6623 COurSE ADmINISTrATOr ISO 9001, ISO 27001, SANS 13485, Mark Scheme, ISO 17025, SANS 16001 & Related IN-HOUSE COURSES Tel: +27 (0) 12 428 -6243 Fax: +27 (0) 12 428 -6623 COurSE ADmINISTrATOr HACCP, ISO 22000, PAS 220 & Related IN-HOUSE COURSES Tel: +27 (0) 12 428 -6505 Fax: +27 (0) 12 428 -6623 rECEpTIONIST/ADmINISTrATOr SAATCA Exams Tel: +27 (0) 12 428 -6503 Fax: +27 (0) 12 428 -6623 TrAININg CENTrE mANAgEr: Trudy L malebye Tel: +27 (0) 12 428 - 6981 Fax: +27 (0) 12 428 - 6623 Centralised e-mail: [email protected]

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