Training and Capacity Development

Training and Capacity Development

We offer a variety of training and development services

Defensive Driving Training

Defensive driving training is a skills addition training for motor vehicle drivers that goes beyond mastery of the rules of the road and the basic mechanics of driving. Its aim is to equip the driver with necessary knowledge and skills to reduce the risk of collision by anticipating dangerous situations, despite adverse conditions or the mistakes of others. This can be achieved through adherence to a variety of general guidelines, such as following the assured clear distance ahead and two second rules, as well as the practice of specific driving techniques. This is a behaviour based training that heightens driver’s abilities to predict potential hazards.

Dangerous and Hazardous goods Training

Dangerous goods are substances that pose a risk to people, property or the environment, due to their chemical or physical properties. They are usually classified with reference to their immediate risk. They occur in different forms and have different properties both physical and chemical.

Spill Prevention and Response Preparedness

Prevention of spills being the primary focus, it is crucial to be prepared in the event of a spill, BHS&S therefore offers a course on extensive emergency response plans to react quickly and effectively. The Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response training focuses on preventing oil spills to water bodies and land, and planning for and delivering a rapid, aggressive, and well-coordinated response to oil and hazardous substance spills wherever they occur. We work closely with communities, industry, state and other partners to prevent and prepare for oil spills. Our training session also focuses on assessing and restoring environmental damage resulting from spills.

Liquefied Gas Petroleum (LPG) Course

Liquefied petroleum gas is a mixture of hydrocarbon gases widely used as fuel though has other complimentary uses. They are classified under division one (1) of class II of dangerous goods category as per UN guidelines. On completion candidates will be able to identify hazards associated with LPG and possible ways of eliminating or mitigating these hazards. The course also aims at equipping operators with requisite skills to identify near misses, manage an incident if and when it occurs and consequently report the same as required.

Retail fuel operators training

Those handling petroleum products or manage dispensing points should undergo this training as an induction or continual awareness training for safety consciousness, skills enhancement and to ensure compliance to the established standards in handling of petroleum products. This training aims at minimizing risks, creates awareness and enhances timely identification and reporting of potential dangers while working in and around a fuel facility.The course also equips operators with essential skills to carry out preventative maintenance checks and the general order of safety.
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