NOSA is exclusively accredited to provide SAMTRAC, the world’s leading course in occupational risk management in the workplace. SAMTRAC is accredited by both the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) and the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). As such, students who successfully complete SAMTRAC and who have a suitable level of practical experience will be eligible to apply for technician membership of IOSH (TechIOSH).

NOSA is also fully accredited with HWSETA to presents SAQA-approved skills programmers. Furthermore, NOSA is an ISO 9001 registered and accredited provider of health and safety training.


The purpose of this course is to equip the learner with the ability to plan, implement and maintain a SHE management system.

  • Duration, 10 days
  • Licensed, N/A
  • Credits, 10 points
  • SAQA ID, 244283
  • NQF Level, Lv. 5
  • Prerequisites, Intro to SAMTRAC and either ASHEPP or IOSHE

Course Outlines

  • Describe risk management as a process and discuss different risk control measures
  • Evaluate different incident prevention theories
  • Motivate the use of SHE management system
  • Advise on different legislative requirements
  • Evaluate the management of different technical aspects as part of the SHE management system
  • Assist management with the implementation and maintenance of an effective occupational health, safety and environmental programmers
  • Identify relevant Acts, regulations and guidelines
  • Describe the environmental impact of industrial operations
  • Write risk-based standards for SHE management system
  • Advise on implementation and measurement of standards
  • Advise on co-coordinating the SHE management system to achieve continual improvement
  • Describe how the effectiveness of the system can be evaluated

Target Groups

  • SHE and Occupational health practitioners
  • Department of Labour inspectors and hygienists
  • Risk/insurance assessors
  • Line managers and supervisors
  • SHE reps, committee members and chairpersons
  • Staff involved with day-to-day management of a SHE programmers