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    QF Level: 4
    Credit Points: Nil
    Year: 1
    Pre-requisite: Nil
    Co-requisite: Nil
    Module Aim(s): This module provides students with an overview on occupational safety, occupational health, and construction site safety and the associated legislative provisions in Hong Kong. It also provides hands-on training for students in identification and prevention of potential hazards on construction sites; accident analysis and prevention strategies. Safety management and the role of safety supervisor and safety officer in worksites will be described. A Workshop Training and Industrial Training will be provided to the students following the completion of the formal lectures of the module.
    Objectives: On completion of this Module, students are expected to be able to:
    1. supervise the occupational health, safety, and environmental practices at workplace with conformation to the construction safety regulations, and occupational safety and health ordinances and regulations in Hong Kong;
    2. perform the basic skills in the operation of mechanical and electrical tools and equipment, and identify the safety hazards associated with mechanical, electrical and construction workplaces and adopt good work practice for avoidance of potential accidents;
    3. conduct accident investigation and implement prevention strategies for potential hazards in construction site and industrial workplace environment; and
    4. implement the safety management and risk assessment techniques in construction sites and industrial workplace, and the development of site-specific safety management plan.
    Assessment Methods: Project Report and Role Play (Pass / Fail)
    Workshop (Pass / Fail)
    Industrial Training (Pass / Fail)
    Course Website: http://ibse.hk/SBS4109/


     


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