COVID-19



From workplace preparation to encouraging new hygiene habits in employees, we offer safety solutions to assist our customers with resuming business operations in a risk-weighted approach, with strict adherence to COVID-19 rules and regulations.

Warehousing and logistics training



Warehousing and logistics training aims to assist in decreasing risk within the working environment and to add to the cost-effectiveness of operations across a range of supply chain activities.

Working at height training



Working at height training aims to provide learners with the required skills to reduce accidents when working at height, be able to perform rescues and work in confined spaces.

Driven machinery regulatory training



Compliance training aimed at regulatory requirements which are in line with the Driven Machinery Regulation.

Driver training



Offering a combination of classroom-based theoretical and on road practical training. These interventions aim to improve driver skills and attitude.

Emergency safety training



Emergency safety training aims to educate learners on how to respond in the event of an emergency.

ISO certification courses



ISO certification training aims to educate learners on international standards relating to quality, environment and occupational health and safety.

Compliance



Compliance training aims to educate learners on legislative, regulatory or policy requirements for their industry or specific job function.

NEBOSH



Internationally recognised training designed to meet the health, safety, environmental and risk management needs of all places of work.

Learnerships



Learnerships aim to educate learners with combined workplace experience and structured learning, in an effort to afford them the opportunity to learn skills and develop a career.

Dangerous goods training



Dangerous goods training applies to both storage and transportation of dangerous goods in accordance with national and international statutory requirements.

Safety in mining



Mining safety training aims to provide the necessary knowledge and skills to learners to help them meet mining safety requirements.

Legislation training



Legislation training aims to provide learners with in-depth knowledge and understanding of industry specific legislation and regulations.

NOSA specialised training



Training aimed at assisting knowledge growth in specific skill areas including facilitation and NOSA protocols.

Webinars



A host of online training services to ensure you are able to keep pace with your plans for a successful safety career, enhanced and supported by internationally recognised qualifications. In an attempt to reduce our carbon footprint, our Webinar course material is only available electronically. If you would like to purchase the manual, please contact your nearest NOSA office.

E-Learning


E-learning provides the flexibility needed to allow full-time employees, breadwinners, parents and other busy learners to learn in their own time and at their own pace, without being tied to a classroom or classroom hours.

SAMTRAC



The world-leading courses in occupational risk management in the workplace.

COVID-19



From workplace preparation to encouraging new hygiene habits in employees, we offer safety solutions to assist our customers with resuming business operations in a risk-weighted approach, with strict adherence to COVID-19 rules and regulations.

Webinars



A host of online training services to ensure you are able to keep pace with your plans for a successful safety career, enhanced and supported by internationally recognised qualifications. In an attempt to reduce our carbon footprint, our Webinar course material is only available electronically. If you would like to purchase the manual, please contact your nearest NOSA office.

E-Learning


E-learning provides the flexibility needed to allow full-time employees, breadwinners, parents and other busy learners to learn in their own time and at their own pace, without being tied to a classroom or classroom hours.

SAMTRAC



The world-leading courses in occupational risk management in the workplace.

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November 3, 2027 - November 2, 2037
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