Course Schedule

Course Overview

On  completion  of  this  unit,  learners  will  have  the skills and knowledge in applying workplace safety and  health  practices  to  ensure  the  safety  of oneself  and  others  at  work  in  metal  work  by identifying own roles and responsibilities in a metal work  job  by  following  safe  work  procedures  and adopting  relevant  risk  control  measures  when conducting  metal  works  and  responding  to  fire emergencies

Course Outline

  • Identify legal obligations in Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) requirements.
  • Identify own rights and responsibilities under WSH legal requirements.
  • Identify own rights and responsibilities under the Employment Act and Workplace Injury Compensation Act.
  • Identify safety signs in a factory.
  • Identify common workplace hazards in a factory.
  • Identify relevant risk control measures to be implemented according to organisational procedure.
  • Follow “Permit-to-Work (PTW)” procedure according to organizational procedures.
  • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) according to organisational procedures.
  • Follow fire evacuation procedures based on incident at site in accordance with organisational firefighting procedures.
  • Identify correct types of fire extinguishers, to use in the event of a fire.
  • Apply the correct techniques to extinguish a fire according to established organisational firefighting procedures


Target Audience Entry Requirements Assumed Skills & Knowledge
The “Apply Workplace Safety and Health in metal work” is a mandatory WSH training course for all workers working in metal working environment.


  • Learners must be above 18 years of age and are assumed to:
  • Have employment status as manual labour to carry out work in a factory engaged in the manufacture of basic metals, fabricated metal products, machinery or equipment and electrical machinery and apparatus
  • Be medically fit.
  • Be able to listen, read, speak and write English at a proficiency level equivalent to the Employability Skills (ES) level 2
  • Be able to manipulate numbers at a proficiency level equivalent to
  • Employability Skills (ES) level 2
  • Have good organisational skills
  • Be able to follow written and oral work instructions

Course Details

Course Duration: 9.25 Hours include of 1.25 hours assessment

Day Class: 1 full day (08.00am to 6.15pm)

Course Attendance Record: 100% attendance

Methodology Assessment
–       Class Room Lectures

–       Practical Demonstration

–       40 Multiple choice Question

–       Practical Demonstration Assessment


Results will be released immediately after the end of the assessment. Upon Successful completion of the course, a Safety Pass and Certificate of Achievement endorse by Fonda Global Engineering Pte ltd will be issued to all eligible participants.

Course Fee

Course Fee With GST
Price Per Pax S$ 45.80

For further information you may contact us

Fonda Global Engineering Pte Ltd

No. 45, Sungei Kadut Loop Singapore: 729495

Tel: 6515 5775 Fax: 6278 7359

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