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HSE for foreign workers


Description
HSE for foreign workers is an introductory course in the Norwegian HSE-regulations, with a focus on the challenges one may face as a foreign worker. In this course you will learn about the regulations that applies to Norwegian businesses in relation to their systematic health-, safety- and environment work. The course also contains useful information about what to do in an emergency situation. This course is suited to those who want a basic understanding of the Norwegian laws and regulations, and for those who want to brush up on their HSE-knowledge.

This course is not sufficient for managers. If you are a manager we recommend that you take the “HMS for managers” course instead.

This course is available in Norwegian, and English.

Course duration: ~6 hours
Content
  • intro
  • Welcome to the courses
  • Course in HSE for foreign workers
  • Introduction
  • Health safety Environment
  • Why a course for foreign workers?
  • The setup
  • Examination and tests
  • Follow the regulations
  • part 1
  • Introduction to the Norwegian work life
  • Laws and regulations
  • Important rules for an employee in Norway
  • The Norwegian labour inspection authority
  • Safety delegates
  • The employer
  • Work hours
  • Illness and injury
  • Termination and dismissal
  • Residence permit in Norway
  • Workers hired from another country or company
  • Salary and collectice bargaining agreement
  • Taxes
  • Temporary employment agencies
  • Work injury insurance
  • Accommodation conditions and a dining room
  • ID card
  • Vacation and holiday pay
  • Travel, food and lodging
  • Supervisory duty
  • Quiz 1
  • part 2
  • The working environment act
  • Law regulations
  • Working Environment Act
  • The working environment act
  • Definitions
  • Duty to participate
  • Your duties as an employee
  • Example
  • Why is participation important
  • Follow-up
  • Participate
  • The duties of the employee
  • The duties of the employee 2
  • Notify
  • Protection against retaliation after the notification
  • Employers responsibility
  • The duties of the employer: Requirements for the systematic HSE
  • The duties of the employer
  • Special precautions
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Company health service
  • Work environment: General requirements
  • Working alone
  • Preparation, participation and development
  • The psychosocial work environment
  • The physical work environment
  • Accomodation
  • Chemical and biological heath hazards
  • Reduced work ability
  • Registration of injuries and illnesses
  • Safety delegates
  • The duties of the safety delegates
  • The training of the safety delegates
  • The work environment committee
  • Control measures and a privacy policy
  • Personal information
  • Working hours
  • Normal working hours
  • Days off from work and breaks
  • Work by children and adolescents
  • Entitlement to a leave of absence
  • Ban on discrimination
  • Part-time employees
  • Employment contract and salary
  • Dismissal / Resignation
  • Other things
  • Conclusion
  • Quiz 2
  • part 3
  • Regulations
  • Internal Control Regulation
  • The purpose
  • Obligation to do internal control
  • Internal control
  • Internal control Written documentation
  • Establishing goals
  • Overview
  • Identifying the risks
  • Risk assessment
  • Risk assessment 2
  • Why a risk assessment?
  • A plan
  • Measures
  • Routines and review
  • After the work – Review and evaluation
  • Example
  • Coordination
  • HSE: Summary
  • Regulation on organization, management and participation
  • Identification of risk factors
  • Training and information
  • Dangers and measures
  • Particular dangers 2
  • The Workplace Regulation
  • The workplace
  • Safety signs
  • Regulation on the Execution of Work
  • Training
  • Information
  • Regulation on measures and limit values
  • The Producer Regulation
  • The producer regulation
  • Regulation on Administrative Arrangements
  • Conclusion
  • Quiz 3
  • part 4
  • In case of emergency
  • Preventative measures
  • In case of emergency
  • If a person is not breathing
  • Artificial respiration
  • Cardiac arrest
  • Stop bleeds
  • Exam
  • Conclusion and examination
  • Exam
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever