Monitor and make recommendations on the application of health and safety principles regarding hazardous substances in the workplace – Competency Certificate
Unit Standard 120370
PURPOSE OF THE UNIT STANDARD
This unit standard requires of learners to demonstrate the ability to monitor, advise and report on compliance with legislation regarding hazardous substances.
Learners credited with this unit standard are capable of:
Monitoring, advising, and reporting on the scope and understanding of the specified requirements as regards hazardous substances in a workplace.
Demonstrating knowledge pertaining to the application of methods in preventing exposure to hazardous substances in a workplace.
Demonstrating knowledge pertaining to the classification, physical state, health effects, and disposal methods of hazardous substances in a workplace.
LEARNING ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING
The Unit Standard outcomes and credits are based on the assumption that learners attempting this Unit Standard can already read, write and communicate at NQF Level 3 or equivalent.
Notional Hours – Notional learning hours are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course unit or program.
3 Credits = 30 hours = 4 days Total
2 days theory (Class time) 2 days Practical in a workplace
Notional learning time includes teaching contact time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical’s, workshops,
fieldwork etc.), time spent on preparing and carrying out formative and summative assessments (written
coursework, oral presentations, exams, etc.) and time spent on private study, workplace Implementation.
AOTSA Training Course content is designed and based on:
▪The requirements of the SAQA unit standards
The content, therefore, includes more than is required by the unit standards. Our mission is to ensure all learners received the best training possible within each subject matter content:
▪Where possible videos to provide insight into the subject matter. Some of the content of the video used in this Training Course are from other countries and may not apply to South African Law Requirements.
We include relevant articles on the subject matter.
▪We include descriptive images of the subject matter.
▪Where required and relevant PDF template documents are required within the subject matter.
Note: Wherever a phone number, company name, or emergency department is mentioned it cannot be used in South Africa