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Mine health and safety law (3 Days)

Upcoming Course Date: 31 July 2018 - 2 August 2018
Venue: CEM (NWU) - Potchefstroom Campus

Course Information Upcoming Dates

Mine health and safety law (3 Days)

What is this course about?

This course focuses on training operational and management personnel, on the statutory requirements related to the management of mine health and safety (MHS).

Is this course for you?

If you find it increasingly difficult to keep track of changes to the legal environment, what the legal compliance requirements are, and how to interpret and translate them into operational requirements, this course is for you.

Which CPD points will I earn?

**Continuous Professional Development


ECSA
Hours: 50 | Points: 0
Validation No: CEM-02.2.2/2017


HPCSA
Hours: 0 | Points: 25 General CEUs and 5 Ethics CEUs
Validation No: EHP003
n/a

Course Entry Requirements

A Grade 12 certificate and preferably also: Basic knowledge of/and relevant experience in the field of MHS.

R 9 870.00 (no VAT charged)

Upcoming Course Dates

Mine health and safety law (3 Days)

31 July 2018 - 2 August 2018 | CEM (NWU) - Potchefstroom Campus

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