The Certificate Program will give participants a comprehensive understanding of EHS through a series of courses that build upon one another. Upon completion of the Certificate Program, participants will be able to apply knowledge, skills and tools gained relating to a variety of EHS topics to develop innovative and tailored EHS plans and solutions in their own workplace.
This half-day course introduces the concept of EHS and its importance in improving factory working conditions, productivity, and profitability. The course provides an overview of EHS best practices and the relationship between EHS and a factory’s strategic management. It touches upon the various laws and regulations in India that govern EHS practices in factories and emphasizes the importance of a collaborative EHS culture within a company.
This 1-day course provides an overview of Job Safety Analysis (JSA) as a key method for assessing occupational exposure and physical safety risks of a job. The course introduces how to perform Job Safety Analysis to identify risks and appropriate control measure for managing those risks. In addition to introducing how to perform a JSA, the course also discusses the importance of conducting follow-up measures to ensure the JSA achieves its intended impacts.
This half-day course provides an overview and analysis of India’s Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) laws and regulations. The course introduces best practices for monitoring developments in OHS laws, regulations and standards, and presents key evaluation methods for managing a company’s OHS compliance.
This 1-day course introduces methods for identifying hazards, assessing hazards and risks, and implementing controls. The course also covers key issues in risk communication and hazard management. As
Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment is the first step in establishing OHS management systems within an organization, this course a necessary pre-requisite for other OHS management courses.
This 1-day course offers an introduction to the environmental and occupational health & safety (OHS) laws and regulations governing Indian industries and their significance. It demonstrates how to carry out regulatory compliance evaluation, and provides recommendations for maintaining compliance with regulations posed by India’s major environmental protection systems and agencies, and OHS governing
nodal agencies. Through this course, participants will master effective methods and practices for managing E&OHS regulatory compliance.
This half-day course provides an overview and analysis of India’s environmental laws and regulations relevant to the manufacturing sector. The course introduces best practices for monitoring developments in environmental laws, regulations, and standards, and presents key evaluation methods for managing a company’s environmental compliance.
This 1-day course helps participants identify, understand and evaluate aspects of an organization’s activities, products and services that impact the environment directly and indirectly. The course includes an introduction to key evaluation measures for major environmental aspects, including life cycle analysis and multiple factor scoring. This course is a necessary foundation for other environmental management courses.
This half-day course covers the drivers for energy conservation, potential benefits of energy conservation,
and approaches to reducing energy use. It also includes a brief introduction to ISO 50001-2011, which
specifies the requirements for establishing an energy management system, followed by case studies of
successful implementation of ISO 50001-2011.
This half-day course helps participants understand the background and trends of the current energy situation,
requirements of key energy reduction related laws and regulations, and relevant energy efficiency technologies.
In addition, participants will learn how to identify potential energy saving opportunities within factories
and how to establish energy management systems.
This 1-day course introduces the concept of Fire Safety. It explains the three elements of combustion,
different types of fires, precautionary measures, how to respond to a fire emergency, use of life-saving
equipment, and different rescue mechanisms and improvisations. The course also discusses the laws
and regulations pertaining to fire safety in a factory and presents case studies involving fire accidents to help participants understand the causes of fire. It also explains how to conduct a factory risk assessment, identify fire hazards, and employ fire extinguishing mechanisms.
This 1-day course will strengthen participants’ ability to identify electrical-related hazards and risks, help participants to master electrical safety technology and management approaches, and teach participants how to establish or improve electrical safety management systems within factories.
This 1-day course helps participants understand the characteristics of hazardous chemicals, how to properly store and handle hazardous chemicals in the factory, and how to establish a hazardous chemical management system.
This 1-day course offers an introduction to the concept of machine safety. It provides an overview of machinery safety standards, and explores in-depth how to manage machine safety in a factory, how to perform a machinery safety risk assessment, and how to minimize risk. It also provides an overview of the common machinery safeguards.
This 1-day course discusses common accidents and key aspects of fork lift and crane safety, helping
participants to master safe operating behavior and safety management methods. The course also discusses efficient manual handling and storage of materials. This course begins with a discussion of regulatory requirements related to special equipment, and presents case studies of common fork lift and crane incidents.
This half-day course helps participants increase their ability to identify hazardous energy sources within a factory, understand isolation and control methods for hazardous energy sources, master LOTO implementation steps, and understand how to establish or improve factory LOTO management systems.
This 1-day course introduces key occupational hazards and exposure pathways relevant to Indian manufacturers and key industrial hygiene concepts and methods for evaluating a company’s industrial hygiene performance. It informs participants how
to monitor occupational health hazards and adopt effective and appropriate control measures. It builds participants’ skills in identifying and evaluating industrial hygiene issues, and lays the groundwork for more advanced coursework focused on designing and implementing industrial hygiene management systems.
This 1-day course introduces participants to the main principles of ergonomics, and uses relevant case studies, to help them identify potential ergonomic hazards and master basic ergonomic risk control methods.
This 1-day course introduces participants to the key concepts of personal protective equipment (PPE) and develops their capacity to establish PPE management systems within factories. Participants will learn how to appropriately select, use and maintain PPE based on the risks presented by a specific site, and will be able to identify the importance and limitations of PPE.
This 1-day course introduces participants to emergency preparedness and response mechanisms that will enable them to apply the most efficient and accurate methods to manage incidents, reduce casualties and damage, and execute rehabilitation measures. After completing this course, participants will understand the basic requirements for emergency management and the different types of emergency planning. They will learn to prepare, review and revise emergency plans; organize and implement emergency drills; and recommend ways their factories can better identify potential hazards.
This 1-day course provides an overview of management techniques for various types of industrial waste, as well as State and Central Pollution Board regulations for waste management. The course also explores environmentally sustainable technologies for waste management as well as the business profitability, legal framework, and the economic feasibility pertaining to each.
This 1-day course increases participants’ awareness of the different types of air pollutants and their associated hazards, and introduces participants to air pollution control technologies and management methods. Participants learn how to establish or improve a factory air pollution control management system.
This half-day course covers the basics of electric motors, such as the key components, operating
principles, and associated energy losses. It includes an introduction to available approaches to improving
motor energy efficiency, with detailed examples provided for each discussed approach. It also covers
the methods used to assess the energy efficiency of electric motors.
This half-day course covers the basic knowledge of compressed air systems such as key components
and operating principles. It includes an introduction of the available approaches to reduce energy waste and losses in compressed air systems. Detailed examples are given for each of the energy savings approaches that are discussed. It also covers the techniques that are used to assess energy efficiency for compressed air systems.
This half-day course covers the basic knowledge behind lighting. It includes an introduction to the available approaches to improving energy efficiency of lighting. Detailed examples are given for each of the energy saving approaches that are discussed. It also covers the techniques that are used to assess energy
efficiency for lighting systems.
This half-day course covers the basics of the electric power system, such as its key components and their functions and/or operating principles. It provides an introduction to the various available approaches to reducing energy loss, with detailed examples provided for each discussed approach. It also covers the techniques used to assess energy efficiency for this system.
This half-day course covers the basics of electric motors, such as the key components, operating principles, and associated energy losses. It includes an introduction to available approaches to improving motor energy efficiency, with detailed examples provided for each discussed approach. It also covers the methods used to assess the energy efficiency of electric motors.
This 1-day course provides a brief introduction to ISO 50001, which specifies the requirements for
establishing an energy management system, followed by case studies of successful implementation of ISO 50001-2011. It also aims to give participants an in depth understanding of ISO 50001 energy management system standard requirements and help participants to be able to systematically identify and understand factors that influence energy performance, establish necessary control procedures, and promote within a factory the knowledge and skills required to maintain an energy management system.
This 1-day course offers basic concepts of managing GHG for Corporates and their value chain and aims at providing standards and guidance for companies preparing a GHG emissions inventory. It would provide a background on issues related to energy and GHG, and examines developments in these fields. It also provides an overview of related government regulations, relevant energy efficiency technologies, as well as GHG quantification and reporting standards and protocols.
This half-day course provides EHS staff with an introduction to tools and techniques for influencing others and helping others to more effectively promote EHS measures. The course includes how to obtain others’ commitment, assert influence, report achievements, communicate, speak publicly, etc.
This 1-day course focuses on psychological behavior models and combines case analysis and role playing to help participants understand the theory behind behavior-based safety and identify key elements of BBS implementation.
This 1-day course covers the key elements of a structured energy management approach. It features well-designed group discussions and exercises focused on identification of significant energy uses, operation control, energy measurement and targeting, as well as continual improvement. Other topics include the need for energy management, government regulations on energy conservation, and key terms and definitions for effective energy management. Participants are required to bring a laptop for hands-on data analysis exercises.