Uni-Excellens in Pretoria

We help companies to comply with the Occupational Health and Safety act, by providing Training, services and products.

  • First Aid Level 1

    Principles of First Aid & Safety Management ï‚Ÿ Emergency scene management ï‚Ÿ Artificial respiration ï‚Ÿ One rescuer CPR ï‚Ÿ Burns, Fractures & Choking ï‚Ÿ Head and spinal injuries ï‚Ÿ Shock management ï‚Ÿ Unconsciousness & fainting ï‚Ÿ Wounds & bleeding ï‚Ÿ Poisoning ï‚Ÿ HIV/Aids in the workplace ï‚Ÿ Real life scenario training
  • First Aid Level 2-3

    Emergency scene management ï‚Ÿ Artificial respiration ï‚Ÿ Child & infant CPR ï‚Ÿ Chest, hand & eye injuries ï‚Ÿ Multiple injury management ï‚Ÿ Pelvic, abdominal & crush injuries ï‚Ÿ Burns ï‚Ÿ Wounds & bleeding ï‚Ÿ Poisoning, bites and paralysis ï‚Ÿ Fits, breathlessness & skin reactions ï‚Ÿ Environmental illness & injuries ï‚Ÿ Emergency childbirth ï‚Ÿ Behavioural emergencies ï‚Ÿ Water accidents ï‚Ÿ Anatomy & physiology ï‚Ÿ Ethics related to emergency care ï‚Ÿ Choking, shock, unconsciousness & fainting ï‚Ÿ 1 & 2 rescuer CPR ï‚Ÿ General principles of fractures ï‚Ÿ Joint injuries & rescue carries ï‚Ÿ Head & spinal injuries ï‚Ÿ Specific fractures ï‚Ÿ HIV/AIDS in the workplace
  • First Aid Refresher

    Safety, purpose and principles of first aid ï‚Ÿ Examining the patient ï‚Ÿ Artificial respiration ï‚Ÿ One-rescuer CPR & two-rescuer CPR [level 2/3] ï‚Ÿ Head and spinal injuries ï‚Ÿ Specific fractures ï‚Ÿ Choking, fits, shock, unconsciousness & fainting ï‚Ÿ Burns, wounds and bleeding ï‚Ÿ Joint injuries and rescue carries ï‚Ÿ Multiple & Crush injury management ï‚Ÿ Emergency scene scenarios
  • First Aid Buddy Programe for Kids

    Train teams to react in case of emergency – especially when an injury is sustained  Elementary treatment of injuries  Active simulation and repetition with team games and competitions  Characteristics and responsibilities of the team leader and team members are practised.
  • HIV in the Workplace

    Describe and explain the nature of HIV/AIDS ï‚Ÿ Describe transmission routes ï‚Ÿ Describe and explain practices which reduce and prevent the risk of infection ï‚Ÿ Describe and analyze attitudes towards HIV and AIDS in the workplace ï‚Ÿ Discuss beliefs and attitudes in the workplace ï‚Ÿ Outline the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS
  • Aid Awareness Programe for Kids

    What is HIV / Aids Infection; ï‚Ÿ Sexuality Education versus sex information; ï‚Ÿ Rape: Prevention; ï‚Ÿ Common feelings & attitudes; ï‚Ÿ Avoiding HIV/AIDS infection
  • FIRE AWARENESS AND EVACUATION PROGRAMME FOR KIDS

    Train teams to react in case of emergency ï‚Ÿ Elementary handling of fire situations - The basics on how to report a fire. ï‚Ÿ Learn how to evacuation scholars in case of an emergency ï‚Ÿ Characteristics and responsibilities of the team leader and team members are practised. ï‚Ÿ
  • Basic Fire Awareness

    Definition of fire ï‚Ÿ Causes of fire ï‚Ÿ Fire spreading methods ï‚Ÿ Fire prevention ï‚Ÿ Potential hazards ï‚Ÿ Guidelines to abide by ï‚Ÿ Information signals ï‚Ÿ Hazardous materials ï‚Ÿ Correct use of fire extinguishing equipment ï‚Ÿ Reactive actions - reporting a fire, requirements in event of fire, when first on the scene, where to get help ï‚Ÿ Scenario and reality training - containment and extinguishing of an actual fire
  • Fire Marshal & Evacuation Team

    Definition of an emergency  Causes of an emergency condition  Fire spreading methods  Prevention & management of emergency conditions  Potential hazards  Guidelines to abide by  Communication procedures  Evacuation plan and procedures  Incident Management System  Hazardous materials  Reaction team development and management  Emergency scene management  Scenario-based emergency training and simulation  Scene Management  Evacuation procedure management • Roles and responsibilities of the Health and Safety Team
  • OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY INSPECTION & EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN

    First a full inspection is done on the business property and then a Health and Safety Emergency Evacuation Plan as well as the Incident Management System is compiled and implemented ï‚Ÿ To compile the comprehensive plan, detailed interviews need to be conducted with the assigned personnel and a workable plan needs to be compiled ï‚Ÿ We also supply this document in an electronic format (MS Word) which allows the company to make changes when necessary.
  • SERVICING OF FIRE & SAFETY EQUIPMENT

    Inspection or development and execution of a routine maintenance plan ï‚Ÿ Once off inspection / service of fire equipment if so desired.
  • EMERGENCY EVACUATION DRILL

    •An evacuation drill with real simulations should be done once a year. After the drill a written report will be submitted.•This drill includes real life scenarios with patients, fire simulation’s etc. •Where a debriefing session will be held with the Health and Safety team to discuss the assessment of the drill.
  • HEALTH & SAFETY SCHEMATIC DESIGNS

    These plans are designed per floor as part of the emergency evacuation plan.
  • EMERGENCY & EVACUATION PLAN

    An Emergency & Evacuation Plan is a written document depicting the continuous process by which all companies manage emergencies in an effort to avoid the impact of disasters resulting from these emergencies. Clear processes in handling emergency situations are described in this document. The rules and regulations of each company are worked into this document. Schematic visualisations will also be included in the Plan to indicate escape routes, extinguishers, signs, etc.
  • MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS

    A material safety data sheet (MSDS) is a form containing data regarding the properties of a particular substance. An important component of product stewardship and workplace safety, it is intended to provide workers and emergency personnel with procedures for handling or working with that substance in a safe manner, and includes information such as physical data (melting point, boiling point, flash point, etc.), toxicity, health effects, first aid, reactivity, storage, disposal, protective equipment, and spill handling procedures.
  • FIRST AID KIT

    A carry bag in a durable washable material ï‚Ÿ Carry bag can be zipped open ï‚Ÿ 6 removable pouches inside ï‚Ÿ The Regulation 3 contents as prescribed by the Health & Safety Act fits inside it.
  • SPILLING KIT : REGULATION 7 CONTENT FOR FIRST AID KIT

    The standard spill kit contains all contents as prescribed by the Health & Safety Act ï‚Ÿ The kit is easily stored at the client's premises for use in an emergency
  • REGULATION 3 CONTENT FOR FIRST AID KIT

    100 ml wound cleaner ï‚Ÿ 100 swabs for cleaning wound (75mm X 75mm) ï‚Ÿ 5 sterile gauze swabs (75mm X 75mm) ï‚Ÿ 100g cotton wool ï‚Ÿ 1 scissors 100mm ï‚Ÿ 1 tweezer ï‚Ÿ 12 safety pins ï‚Ÿ 4 triangular bandages ï‚Ÿ 4 roller bandages (75 mm X 4.5 m) ï‚Ÿ 4 roller bandages (100mm X 4.5m) ï‚Ÿ 4 no 3 first aid bandages (75mm X 100mm) ï‚Ÿ 4 no 5 first aid bandages (150mm X 200mm) ï‚Ÿ adhesive plaster (25mm X 3m) ï‚Ÿ paper tape (25mm X 3m) ï‚Ÿ 20 adhesive strips ï‚Ÿ 1 pr straight splints ï‚Ÿ 2 Large latex rubber gloves ï‚Ÿ 2 medium latex rubber gloves ï‚Ÿ 2 CPR mouth pieces ï‚Ÿ 1 emergency blanket.
  • REFLECTING ARM SLEEVES

    Reflecting clothing is required for all emergency team members ï‚Ÿ Reflecting sleeves can be ordered for the emergency team, the fire team and the first aid team
  • SIGNAGE

    The steps are easily recognised by any person, so they now where to go or where they can find the needed equipment, or where to go or follow the evacuation route.
  • EMERGENCY ALARM SYSTEM

    It is ‘n electronic system that is installed. It could be activated manually or automatic in case of emergency.

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