BOSH Training for SO1

The Basic Occupational Safety and Health for Safety Officer 1 (BOSH Training for SO1) is an 8-hour Occupational Safety and Health orientation with 2-hour Training of Trainers. It is designed to impart knowledge and skills on basic concepts and principles of occupational safety and health. The course enables potential safety officers (SO1-certification) to implement their respective company's safety and health program.

BOSH Training for SO1 Course Overview

BOSH Training for SO1
BOSH Training for SO1

What is BOSH Training for SO1?

Basic Occupational Safety and Health Training for Safety Officer 1 (BOSH for SO1) is vital for aspiring safety officers in the Philippines.


It provides knowledge and skills about health and safety principles, regulations, hazard identification, and emergency preparedness, among other things. As workplace accidents and injuries are on the rise, safety officers play a crucial role in ensuring employees’ safety and health.


The training program teaches participants to identify hazards and risks and educate employees about safety.


Successful course completion leads to a valuable certification recognized by the Department of Labor and Employment, contributing to a safety culture in the workplace.

What are the Objectives of BOSH Training for SO1?

The BOSH Training for SO1 is an 8-hour OSH orientation plus 2-hour Training of Trainers.

 

It is designed to impart knowledge and skills on basic concepts and principles of occupational safety and health to enable potential safety officers (SO1-certification) to implement their respective company’s safety and health program.

 

Prescribed Basic OSH Training Course for Safety Officer 1 (SO1) (Pursuant to Section 3 (n) of RA 11058 and Section 3 (v) of DO 198-18).

 

The BOSH Training for SO1 aims to equip participants with the basic knowledge and skills in:

The BOSH Training Course for SO1 is an 8-hour (plus 2 hours of training of trainers) training program that is available via webinar or face-to-face classes.

What is a Safety Officer?

Safety officers ensure safe workplaces for employees. They conduct safety audits, inspections, training, and develop policies and procedures. Safety officers investigate accidents and develop strategies to prevent future occurrences. They promote a culture of safety within organizations by working with management to protect employees and reduce workplace accidents.

BOSH Training for Safety Officer 1 Course Inclusions

Taking the BOSH Training Course for SO1 includes the following:

BOSH Training For Safety Officer 1 FAQs

To better understand the meaning of BOSH in safety, it may be helpful to learn that BOSH stands for the Basic Occupational Safety and Health.

 

The BOSH training focuses on providing workers with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify workplace hazards and minimize or eliminate potential risks to health and safety.

 

It covers a broad range of topics, including safety laws and regulations particularly the DOLE D.O. 198 Series of 2018, hazard identification, risk assessment, and emergency response procedures, among others.

By taking BOSH training, workers can become better equipped to handle dangerous situations and prevent accidents from occurring in the workplace.

 

Employers also benefit from their workers’ BOSH training since it can reduce the chances of legal liabilities and insurance claims related to workplace accidents and injuries.

Becoming a safety officer in the Philippines requires individuals to meet certain requirements and qualifications. These requirements include having a degree in occupational safety and health, engineering, or a related field from an accredited institution. Additionally, individuals must also have sufficient training and experience in safety management and compliance, and possess a professional certification from a recognized Safety Officer Training Center accredited by DOLE, such as HSS Philippines.

 

In order to become a safety officer, it is also important for individuals to have effective communication, problem-solving, and analytical skills, as well as a deep understanding of various safety standards and regulations. They should be able to develop and implement safety programs and procedures, conduct risk assessments and safety audits, and train employees on safety policies and procedures.

 

Furthermore, safety officers in the Philippines are also expected to stay up-to-date with the latest safety technologies and practices, and must demonstrate a high level of professionalism and adherence to ethical standards.

BOSH Training for SO1 Face to Face Schedule 2024

27 April Weekday

BOSH Training for SO1 Face to Face Weekend Training

Basic Occupational Safety and Health for Safety Officer 1
April 27, 2024 2,199.00 Exclusive of VAT OSH Trainings
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BOSH Training for SO1 Webinar Schedule 2024

22 April Weekday

BOSH for SO1 Webinar

Basic Occupational Safety and Health for Safety Officer 1
April 22, 2024 1,299.00 Exclusive of VAT OSH Trainings
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11 May Weekend

BOSH for SO1 Weekend Webinar

Basic Occupational Safety and Health for Safety Officer 1
May 11, 2024 1,299.00 Exclusive of VAT OSH Trainings
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27 May Weekday

BOSH for SO1 Webinar

Basic Occupational Safety and Health for Safety Officer 1
May 27, 2024 1,299.00 Exclusive of VAT OSH Trainings
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Learn to implement your company's safety and health program to create a healthier, safer workplace.

Equip your employees the basic knowledge and skills in identifying safety, health, and environment hazards.
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