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Civil and Commercial Mediation Training

(8 Day Practical Training) (Interactive Online Course)

 

03 to 07 May 2021 (09:00 - 17:00)

10 to 12 May 2021 (09:00 - 18:00)

 

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The intensive training will be conducted over a period of 8 (Eight) days.

 

The training will be conducted by The Mediation Institute of South Africa (a subsidiary of SA Labour Guide) and ADR ODR International, a United Kingdom company operating from London.

 

To qualify for accreditation through ADR/ ODR International, delegates will be required to attend and successfully complete all 8 (eight) days.

 

Delegates will be assessed through role plays and a written test.

 

The course will be divided into 2 (two) consecutive parts. The first 5 (Five) days will be conducted by a South African presenter and fulltime mediator Veerash Srikison (Advocate).

 

After successful completion delegates will qualify for the second part pf the course conducted by and a Barrister turned International Accredited Mediator from London.

 

After successfully completing the second part 3 (three) days, delegates will be accredited by ADR/ ODR International

 

Part 1: South Africa: 3-7 May 2021

 

Course Content

Part 1 of the course outline will be delivered online within 5 (five) days, including the practical activities and assessments. Each delegate must attend the full 8 (eight) hour day of training online so that they can improve on their skill set each day through the activities.

 

Pre-preparation for the course will be a questionnaire for delegates to complete and submit prior to the commencement of training. This questionnaire addresses each delegates involvement in mediation if any and their understanding of the provisions made in South African legislation of various forms of dispute resolution available to disputants.

 

This five-day programme is devised as an intensive practical skill set course in which delegates must participate fully. Once the theory has been explained delegates will be divided into groups to conduct the daily activity to put the theory into practice. Therefore, attendance is mandatory so as not to cause any disruption in the learning process of oneself and fellow delegates. The learning outcomes and improvement are only achieved through participation and engagement.

 

Delegates are continuously monitored each day on their improvement of their skill set by the facilitators and ad hoc assessors. If a delegate is lacking in a particular skill set, a facilitator will work with them by providing individual feedback and additional activities to work on independently.

 

After continued assessment throughout this programme, each delegate will continue the last 3 days of the program with our affiliate ADR ODR International. Delegates will take their final assessment with ADR ODR International and if successful will be accredited through ADR ODR International as a mediator.

 

Outline of 5 -day Course Content


Session One:

  • Introduction of facilitators and delegates

  • Logistics explained and brief tutorial on the online platform.

  • Course content and expectations explained

 

Activity: One Interesting Fact
Introduction of delegates to each other and feedback

 

  • Introduction to Mediation

  • Define Mediation

  • Approaches to Mediation

 

Session Two:

  • Conflict

  • Define Conflict vs. Dispute

  • Types of Conflict

  • Sources of Conflict

 

Session Three:

  • Mediation Styles

  • Facilitative Mediation

  • Evaluative Mediation

  • Transformative Mediation

 

Activity: Role Play
Debrief and Discussion on Interest Based Mediation

 

Session Four:

  • Separate People from the Problem

  • Different Characteristics of Mediators

  • Understanding Your Own Conflict Resolution Personality

  • People, Problems and their impact:

  • Perception

  • Emotion

  • Communication

 

Activity: Perception and Role Reversal
Debrief and discussion

 

Session Five:

  • Communication Essentials in Mediation

  • Rapport Building

  • Non-verbal Communication

  • Active Listening

  • Asking effective questions

  • Framing and reframing

  • The Power of an Apology

  • Cultural Diversity Addressed

  • Culture and Mediations

  • Organisational Culture

 

Activity: Cross- cultural communication
Debrief and discussion on cultural differences and communication

 

Session Six:

  • Mediation within the South African Context

  • Intentions and Expectations of Rules and Legislation Referring to Mediation

  • Compliance with Forms and Regulations

  • Court-Annexed Mediation

  • Mediation in terms of Rule 41A

 

Activity: Discuss what the delegates understand about mediation in South Africa

 

Session Seven:

  • Preparation Phase

  • Understanding the logistics of conducting a Mediation

  • The Pre-Mediation Contact

  • Agreement to Mediate

 

Activity: Role-play

Debrief and Discussion: Preparation for Mediation

 

Session Eight:

  • Opening Phase of the Mediation

  • Elements of the opening phase

  • Opening Statements from Clients

 

Activity: Delegates to practice their opening and introduction as the Mediator

 

Session Nine:

  • Exploration Phase of the Mediation

  • Differentiating between interests, needs and positions

  • Identifying interests and other underlying causes of conflict

  • Identifying BATNA, WATNA

 

Debrief and Discuss: Value Creation in Mediation

 

Session Ten:

  • Bargaining Phase

  • Timing of offers and concessions

  • ZOPA - Zone of Possible Agreement

  • Communication within the Mediation - team work

  • Searching for solutions - problem solving

 

Activity: Role-play

Discussion - Effective Mediator skills and Bargaining

 

Session Eleven:

  • Deadlock in Negotiations (Impasse)

  • Mediating with Difficult People

  • Handling Power Imbalances

  • Risk analysis of Not Reaching Agreement

 

Activity: Role-play
Discussion - Effective Mediator skills in High Conflict Disputes

 

Session Twelve:

  • Conclusion of the Mediation

  • What next? Follow-Ups

  • Review of Agreements

  • Activity: Role-play

  • Discussion – The mind shift from adversarial to collaborative

 

Session Thirteen:

  • Guidance on Setting Up an In-House Mediation Practice in South Africa

  • Mediating Online – the benefits and challenges.

  • How to Conduct Online Mediations

  • Embracing Collaboration in Dispute Resolution – Bringing the lawyers to the mediation table.

 

Activity: Role-play
Discussion – How to navigate the online platforms when mediating

 

Session Fourteen:

  • Discussion and Feedback

  • Conclusion of training


Evaluation of delegates

Activity: Handover to ADR ODR International for the final 3 days



Part B: United Kingdom: 3-5 May 2020
Training Conducted by ADR ODR International


Top Up Civil/Commercial Mediation Programme
 

Day 6

09:00 

  • Welcome and Introduction

  • ADR and the Modern Mediation Movement

  • Theory of Conflict

  • Mediators’ Code of Conduct

 

10:30 – 10:40: Screen and Health Break


10:40 – 11:40 Summary of the 5 Stages of Mediation Practice Opening Statements


11:40 – 11:50: Screen and Health Break


11:50 – 13:00: Mediator Skills


13:00 – 13:30: Lunch Break


13:30 – 14:00: Introduction to Online Mediation


14:00 – 14:10: Screen and Health Break


14:10 – 15:00: Communication Skills 

                         ADR Globally

 

15:00 – 15:10: Screen and Health Break


15:10 – 15:50: Psychology of Conflict


15:50 – 16:00: Screen and Health Break


16:00 – 16:50: Negotiation


16:50 – 17:00: Screen and Health Break


17:00 – 17:30Open Discussion - final comments and questions


17:30 – 18:00: 1:1 Coaching (if required*)


18:00: End of the training for the day

 

Day 7


09:00 – 10:45: Key Learning from Day 1 and Open Discussion
                        Cross Cultural Issues in Mediation


10:45 – 11:00: Screen and Health Break


11:00 – 13:15: Mock assessment role-play 1 (90 mins) with Debrief (45 mins)


13:15 – 14:00: Lunch Break


14:00 – 15:15: Mock assessment role-play 2 (90 mins) with Debrief (45 mins)


15:15 – 15:30: Afternoon break


15:30 – 17:45: Mock assessment role-play 3 (90 mins) with Debrief (45 mins)


17:45 – 18:00: 1:1 Coaching (if required*)


18:00: End of the training for the day

 

Day 8


09:00 – 10:45: Key Learning from Day 2 and Open Discussion


10:45 – 11:00: Screen and Health Break


11:00 – 13:15: Assessment role-play 4 (90 mins) with Debrief (45 mins)


13:15 – 14:00: Lunch Break


14:00 – 15:15: Assessment role-play 5 (90 mins) with Debrief (45 mins)


15:15 – 15:30: Afternoon break


15:30 – 17:45: Assessment role-play 6 (90 mins) with Debrief (45 mins)


17:45 – 18:00: Final comments and reminder of the written assessment.


18:00: End of the training 

 

Price: 

  • R19 900 (incl. Vat)

  • Price Include accreditation trough ADR ODR International, option to register as a pannellist at The Mediation Institute of South Africa  

  • Include South African and United Kingdom Training

 

For further information contact

  • Hanlie or Peraldo at telephone: (012) 661 3208 or (012) 661 1411

Email: or   

 

Online Booking 

 

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Incident Investigation of Work-Related Injuries and Diseases Course

 

(Root Cause Analysis)

 

1 Day interactive online course

 

25 March 2021 (08:30 - 16:00) Interactive Online Course

             

 

Online Booking Form

 

 

  Click here to download registration forms for 25 March 2021 (08:30 - 16:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

Module 1: Introduction

  • Incident Investigation overview, purpose and applicable definitions

 

Module 2: Enforcement authorities, negligent acts or omissions by employees and mandataries

  • Negligent acts or omissions by employees and mandataries

  • Enforcement authorities, powers and rights of inspectors

 

Module 3: Incident Investigation history, theories and principles

  • Types of workplace incidents

  • Various safety triangles, incident ratio’s and incident probability explained

  • Incident cost, calculation and interpretation of injury and illness rates (lost time injuries and frequency rates, lost time injury incidence and ill-health prevalence rates)

  • Various domino model theories and principles

  • Workplace injury and illness reduction and prevention

 

Module 4: Incident investigation preparedness

  • Requirements for the appointment of OHS investigators for the workplace

  • Gathering of facts, key investigation questions (including COVID-19) and preparing for investigations

 

Module 5: Conducting of workplace investigations for occupational injuries and diseases (including COVID-19)

 

Investigation steps:

 

1: Reporting duties

  • Reporting duty requirements and procedures of occupational injuries and diseases

 

2: Record keeping duties

  • Record keeping prescriptions for work related injuries and diseases

 

3: Initial response at the scene of an incident

  • Initial response at the scene of an incident, first aid, preserving and securing the scene

  • COVID-19 assessment of the risk of transmission to persons (contract identification, listing and follow-up)

  • COVID-19 assessment of the risk of transmission to surfaces (disinfection and decontamination of the workspace)

 

4: Investigation of the incident 

  • The investigation team and prescribed time frame for formal investigation

  • Collecting the facts, physical evidence and eyewitness accounts

  • Conducting of interviews

  • Developing the narrative (sequence of events)

 

5: Causes of workplace incidents and prevention 

  • Causes of workplace incidents, infection reduction and prevention (contributing factors)

  • Determining the causes (direct-, indirect- and root causes)

  • The use of the “cause and effect analysis model”, “the 5 why’s” and the “fishbone diagram” during root cause analysis

 

6: Report writing 

  • Report requirements

  • How to analyse the facts and write an incident report

  • Discussion and practical examples include: 

         - OHS Act - GAR 9 / Annexure 1

         - a complete investigation register - for effective root cause analysis

         - a detailed investigation register for COVID-19 investigations

      

7: Recommendations for corrective action 

  • How to identify, review and implement corrective actions

 

8: Communication of the investigation findings and recommendations 

  • How to communicate the details of the incident, labour relations procedures and effective communication

 

9: Implementation 

  • How to implement the incident recommendations

 

10: Evaluate effectiveness 

  • How to do a follow up of the corrective measures

 

11: Ensure continues improvement 

  • How to make changes for continues improvement

 

Module 6: Incident investigation flow charts, symptom monitoring and management 

  • Example of an incident investigation flow chart

  • Example of a COVID-19 incident investigation flow chart

  • Symptom monitoring and management (NDoH - prescriptions and flow charts)

  • How to identify high risk and low risk COVID exposures at work

 

Module 7: Practical case study - incident investigation

 

Purpose of the course: 

The recording, reporting and investigation of work-related injuries and diseases, is a legal requirement and forms a vital part of an effective occupational health and safety system.

 

Accidents don’t just happen, they are caused. The purpose of incident investigation is to identify the root cause(s) of incidents in order to take corrective action(s) and to implement the necessary controls to prevent further occurrences of such events.

 

By attending this course delegates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to be able to effectively record, report and investigate work-related incidents and diseases (including COVID-19 infections).

 

Course material also includes: 

Various incident flow charts, legal registers, incident reporting and investigation templates, sworn statements etc.

 

The programme recommended for: 

  • Appointed incident investigators,

  • COVID-19 compliance officers,

  • Health and safety practitioners,

  • Directors - Section 16(2) appointees,

  • Compliance officers and security officers,

  • Human resource managers,

  • Managers and supervisors,

  • Health and safety representatives and committee members,

  • Union representatives,

  • Persons involved with the day-to-day activities of health and safety.

 

Price: 

  • R 2290 (incl. Vat) per delegate

  • Price include course material and certificates

 

For further information contact: 

  • Deidre at telephone: (012) 666 8284/ 083 556 9407

  • Fax: (086) 547 2636

  • E-mail:  or 

 

 

Online Booking Form

 

  Click here to download registration forms for 25 March 2021 (08:30 - 16:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

COVID-19 Workplace Compliance
Health, Safety and Claims
Management Course

 

Interactive Online Course (2 X 4½ Hour Sessions)

 

Course is presented over a two-day period (From 08:30 to 13:00 on both days)

 

 

21 & 22 April 2021 (08:30 - 13:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

Online Booking Form

 

 

Click here to download registration forms for 21 & 22 April 2021 (08:30 - 13:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

Module 1: Background and scope of guidance

  • Introduction, background and information

 

Module 2: Overview of legislation pertaining to COVID-19

  • South Africa’s risk adjusted strategy for economic activity related prescriptions

  • Legislation pertaining to COVID-19

  • Notices, statues and directives pertaining to COVID-19 (DEL, DOH, Compensation Fund)

 

Module 3: COVID-19 employer, employee and third-party obligations

  • Relationship between COVID and the Occupational Health and Safety Act

  • Employers obligations towards employees and third parties

  • The appointment of COVID-19 compliance officers

  • COVID responsibilities of employees

  • COVID-19 classification, monitoring exposure at workplace, medical surveillance (HBAR)

 

Module 4: COVID-19 workplace risk assessment and plans for protective measures

  • How to undertake a risk assessment and applicable sectoral guidelines.

  • Identification of vulnerable employees, workplace accommodation and return to work

  • Selecting a suitable risk assessment methodology (example provided to delegates)

  • Identifying and classifying employees risk exposure and applying the prescribed control measures

  • Practical explanation of the steps that needs to be followed during the assessment process

  • Prescribed consultation process

  • COVID-19 workplace plans for protective measures

 

Module 5: Prescribed occupational health and safety measures for workplaces

  • Application, prescribed administrative measures, social distancing measures, symptom screening prescriptions, provision and use of sanitizers, disinfectants and washing of hands

  • Prescriptions relating to the provision and use of cloth masks

  • Prescriptions relating to ventilation and specific PPE

  • Measures for small businesses

 

Module 6: Management of COVID-19 cases in the workplace

  • Symptom monitoring and management

  • Identifying high risk and low risk COVID exposures at work

  • Isolation and quarantine leave

  • Quarantine at home guidelines for employees

  • Submission of COVID-19 related health data from workplaces

 

Module 7: Environmental cleaning, disinfection and decontamination of the workplace

  • Timeframe that the virus remains on surfaces

  • Routine cleaning and disinfecting of the workplace

  • Closure of the workplace for decontamination purposes

  • Prescribed decontamination and deep cleaning procedures for possible infected work areas

  • The use of hazardous chemical substances

 

Module 8: Steps to be taken when a person presents with COVID-19 symptoms (symptomatic persons)

  • Discussion includes isolation facilities, prescribed isolation and transportation procedures

 

Module 9: Assessment of the risk of transmission to persons and surfaces          

  • How to assess the risk of transmission to persons and surfaces

  • Disinfection/ decontamination of the workspace

  • Cleaning company transport vehicles after transporting a PUI or confirmed COVID-19 infection

 

Module 10: Contact tracing and reporting to the relevant authorities

  • Contact tracing in the workplace (purpose, objectives and elements)

  • Contract identification, history details of contacts and contact listing

  • Reporting duties with confirmation of a positive person

  • Contact follow-up and the commencing of contact tracing

  • Screening of workers who may be at risk

  • Monitoring of close contacts of known COVID 19 cases

 

Module 11: Directive for Workplace-Acquired Novel Corona Virus Disease Claims

  • Aim and objective of the COIDA

  • Compensation Fund and licences

  • Protection of employers against claims from employees and dependants

  • Categories of persons are entitled to compensation

  • Employer, employees and dependants

  • Criteria, diagnosis impairment for Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

  • Benefits, claims procedure, documentation and submissions of COVID-19 claims

 

Module 12: Right to refuse work, communication and training

  • Refusal to work due to exposure to COVID

  • Informing employees of COVID 19 related information

  • Providing training and information to management and employees

  • COVID related recourses

 

Module 13: Role of health and safety representatives and committees

  • Important role of health and safety representatives and committees in the management of COVID-19

 

Module 14: Recording and investigation of COVID-19 related cases

  • Record keeping requirements

  • Prescribed investigation for COVID-19 incidents

 

Module 15: Monitoring and enforcing directions

  • Notices, fines and penalties

 

Purpose of the course:

  • Due to the second wave of Covid related infections in South Africa, the infection rate is rising higher than before. One of the critical challenges for employers and businesses will be to effectively manage the risk in order to ensure business continuity.

  • This is a comprehensive course, compiled to assist employers and COVID-19 compliance officers in this regard. It provides attendees with critical information in order to manage COVID-19 effectively within the work environment. It will contribute towards providing and maintaining a safe and healthy work environment thus ensuring workplace compliance with statutory requirements.

 

The programme will be useful for:

  • COVID-19 compliance officers,

  • Health and safety practitioners,

  • The CEO/ Managing Director,

  • Directors - Section 16(2) appointees,

  • Compliance officers and security officers,

  • Human resource managers,

  • Managers and supervisors,

  • Health and safety representatives and committee members,

  • Union representatives,

  • Anyone interested in being COVID-19 compliant

 

 

Price:

  • R 2290 (incl. Vat) per delegate

  • Price include course material, certificates

 

For further information contact:

  • Deidre at telephone: (012) 666 8284/ 083 556 9407

  • Fax: (086) 547 2636

  • E Mail:  or 

 

 

 

Online Booking Form

 

 

Click here to download registration forms for 21 & 22 April 2021 (08:30 - 13:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

 

 

 

                     

 

Managing Poor Performance/ Incapacity

 

Including Poor Performance of Employees working from home

  

 

16 April 2021 (09:00 - 12:00) Interactive Online Course (Fully Booked)

20 May 2021 (09:00 - 12:00) Interactive Online Course

             

    

Online Booking Form

 

 

Click here to download registration forms for 20 May 2021 (09:00 - 12:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

 

Module 1: Distinguishing Misconduct and Operational Requirements from Performance/ Incapacity

  • Introduction

  • Counselling Procedures

 

Module 2: Factors that can be the Direct or Indirect Cause of/or may Contribute to Poor Performance

  • Incarceration

  • Legal Impediment

  • Lack of training, qualifications, and experience

  • Alcohol or drug addiction

  • Outside or social influences

  • Work related stress

  • Incompatibility

  • Incapacity due to ill health or injury

 

Module 3: Dismissals for Incapacity – Poor Work Performance

  • Procedural and Substantive Fairness in Dismissal

  • Dismissal while on Probation

  • Dismissals for Incapacity - Poor Work Performance – After Probation

  • Performance Assessment and Evaluation form for Probation

   

Module 4:  Performance Assessment and Evaluation

  • Stage 1 – First discussion to determine the reason for Poor Performance

  • Stage 2 – The employee did not correct performance after the stage 1 discussion.

  • Stage 3 - Alternatives

  • Stage 4 – Final stage

 

Module 5: Documents and Guidelines

  • Performance Assessment and Evaluation

  • Assessment Documentation

  • Example of a Notice of Poor Work Performance Meeting

  • Minutes of Poor work Performance Inquiry (guideline)

 

Module 6

  • The current position and guidelines with regards to poor performance for employees working from home

 

Who should attend?

  • HR Managers, Line Managers, Managers responsible for the performance and discipline of employees, Union Representatives

 

Course outcome

  • After completion of the workshop participants will have a clear understanding on how to manage Poor Performance in the Workplace

  • Delegates will be able to differentiate between Poor Performance and Disciplinary Procedures

  • Delegates should be able to conduct Counselling Procedures/ Sessions

 

Price:  

  • R 1950-00 (incl. Vat) per delegate

  • Price include course material, certificates of attendance, legislation.

 

For further information contact:

  • Hanlie or Peraldo (012) 661 3208

  • e mail:  or   

 

 

Online Booking Form

 

Click here to download registration forms for 20 May 2021 (09:00 - 12:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

 

 

 

            

 

Occupational Injuries and Diseases Legal Update

and Claims Management

Course

 

 

20 November 2020 (08:30 – 16:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

Online Booking Form

 

 

Click here to download registration forms for 20 November 2020 (09:00 - 16:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

The course includes an explanation of:

  • New COIDA Amendment Bill, 2020

  • Lates directive - Compensation for Workplace-Acquired Novel Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19)

  • Comparison between the current COID Act and the COIDA Amendment Bill, 2020

  • COID Act prescriptions and claim requirements

  • Update on the latest COID schedules and notices

 

Course Content

 

Module 1: Overview of COID legislation

  • Compensation and legislation in South Africa

  • Aim of the COID Act and the latest COID Amendment Bill 2020

  • The main objective of the COID Act and the COID Amendment Bill 2020

  • Compensation process and purpose of the COID Amendment Bill 2020

  • Protection of employers against claims from employees and dependents

  • The Compensation Commissioner and the Compensation Fund

 

Module 2: Employers, licensees, contractors and sub-contractor’s

  • Employer and licensee criteria

  • Registration of employers, contractors and sub-contractors

  • Letter of good standing

 

Module 3: Right to compensation

  • Defining compensation

  • Categories of persons who are entitled to compensation

  • Employees, dependants and sea personnel

 

Module 4: Occupational accidents and diseases

  • Criteria for occupational accidents

  • Defining of an occupational injury, accidents, injuries on duty and occupational diseases

  • Travelling to and from work

  • Criteria for occupational diseases

  • Defining of an occupational disease, scheduled and non-scheduled diseases

  • Accidents during training for or performance of emergency services

  • Accidents outside the republic

 

Module 5: Assessment tariffs and payments to the Compensation Fund

  • Liability towards the payment of compensation

  • Calculation of assessment fees, assessment classes and assessment tariffs

  • Return of Earnings (ROE) and merit rebates

 

Module 6: Calculation of earnings, selection of medical service providers and accounts

  • Calculation of the earnings of an employee

  • Medical examinations (employee and the medical practitioner, submitting to medical examinations)

  • Rehabilitation and re-integration

 

Module 7: Prescribed documentation to be submitted by employers to the Compensation Fund in administration of the claim’s adjudication processes

  • Reporting of occupational injuries and occupational diseases to the Compensation Fund

  • Employer and employee duties

  • Documents required for the reporting of occupational injuries and diseases

  • Practical guidelines for the registration of occupational injuries and diseases

  • Required IOD and occupational diseases forms/ reports (W.Cl)

  • Adjudication process and benefits management

  • Medical aid

  • Refunds to employers and employees

  • Awarding of claims and the re-opening of claims

  • Different types of benefits (permanent disability, temporary disability, death benefits)

  • Medical expenses and conveyance of injured employees

  • Additional compensation

  • Rehabilitation and re-integration

  • Employees requiring constant help

 

Module 8: Legal rules, inquiries, fines and penalties

  • Legal rules

  • Circumstances in which Commissioner may repudiate claims

  • Recovery of damages and compensation paid from third parties

  • Inquiry by the Commissioner into an accident

  • Record keeping

  • Fines, penalties and objections

 

Module 9: Inspection, compliance and enforcement

  • Inspections, compliance and enforcement

  • Contact details of the Compensation Fund

 

Module 10: Compensation for Workplace-Acquired Novel Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19)

  • Directive on Compensation for Workplace-Acquired Novel Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19)

  • COVID-19 as an occupational disease

  • Diagnosis and requirements for COVID-19

  • Occupational risk classification

  • Impairment, benefits and reporting

 

Purpose of the course:

To explain the legal prescriptions pertaining to the current Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act (Act 130 of 1993), the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Disease Amendment Bill (2020) and the Directive on Compensation for Workplace-Acquired Novel Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) in a simple and understandable manner.

 

This course provides a detailed explanation; step by step guides and examples on the different processes and procedures to follow when dealing with occupational injuries and diseases (including COVID-19), the identification of problems and the registration of claims as well as the completion of prescribed documentation.

 

Who should attend?

The course is intended for people who work with COIDA in the Insurance Sector, HR Administrators, HR Managers, COIDA Administrators and Representatives, Health and Safety Committee Members, Health and Safety Representatives, OHS Managers, Occupational Health Practitioners; Medical Practitioners and Shop Stewards.

 

Price:

  • R 2290 (incl. Vat) per delegate

  • Price include course material, certificates

 

For further information contact:

Deidre at telephone: (012) 666 8284/ 083 556 9407

Fax: (086) 547 2636 or (012) 661 1411

Mail:

 

Online Booking Form

 

Click here to download registration forms for 20 November 2020 (09:00 - 16:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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