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Rule

1030
TRAINING OF PERSONNEL
IN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY
AND HEALTH

Group II

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Training Programs
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(1) The

Bureau, either directly or through accredited


organizations, shall conduct continuing programs to
increase the supply and competence of personnel
qualified to carry out the provisions of this Standards.

(2) The

Bureau shall prescribe the required training


programs, which shall, in consultation with the UP
Institute of Public Health, World Health Organization
and other technical societies, contain provisions
requiring the incorporation into the training programs
of the latest trends, practices and technology in
occupational safety and health.

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Accreditation
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The Secretary may issue accreditation or authority to recognized


organizations or groups of persons to conduct occupational safety
and health training.
1032.01: Criteria for Training
(1) A

Bureau-prescribed course of study shall be used or followed by


accredited organizations. Any deviation from the prescribed
training course must be with the previous approval of the Bureau.
(2) Provisions for adequate training facilities for the holding of training
including laboratory facilities, library, training rooms and
equipment.
(3) Training staff must be composed of persons recognized by the
Bureau, duly trained by and certified to as competent by the
Bureau or accredited training organizations.

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Accreditation
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1032.02: Audit Systems


(1) A

regular audit shall be done by the Bureau


to determine compliance with the above
criteria, the system and method of training,
and the quality and effectiveness of the
training staff.
(2) Upon recommendation of the Director, the
Secretary may cancel the accreditation if the
provisions of this Rule are not complied with.

Training and
Personnel
Complement
(1) The

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training course prescribed by the Bureau


under this rule shall be a requisite for the
appointment of the safetyman in place of
employment.

(2) At

least the following number of supervisors or


technical personnel shall take the required training
and shall be appointed safety man, full time or
part-time depending on the number of workers
employed, and the type of workplace whether
hazardous or non-hazardous under Rule 1013 of
this Standards.

Training and Personnel


Complement

(3)

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Duties of the Safety Man: The duties of the safetyman are


specified under Rule 1040 of this Standards. A part-time
safetyman shall be allotted at least four (4) hours per
week to perform the duties as safetyman.

Training and
Personnel
Complement
(4)

a.

b.

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The employment of a full-time safety man may


not be required if the employer enters into a
written contract with a qualified consultant or
consulting organization whose duties and
responsibilities shall include the following,
among others:
a. to assist, advise or guide the employer in
complying with the provisions of this Standards,
including the development of health and safety
programs;
b. to make at least a quarterly appraisal of
programs and safety performance of the
establishment, including the activities of the

Training and
Personnel
Complement
c.

d.

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c. to be present during scheduled safety


inspection by authorized government
agents, and during regular safety
committee meetings; and
d. in the performance of these activities,
to be in the establishment at least six (6)
hours a week. The employment of a
consultant, however, will not excuse the
employer from the required training of his
supervisors or technical personnel.

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1034.01: Qualifications of a Safety Consultant


(1) A qualified safety consultant shall mean one who has been a safety
and health practitioner for at least five (5) years and has taken the
necessary training prescribed by the Bureau.
(2) Safety practitioners with at least ten (10) years of experience in all
fields of occupational safety and health may not be required to
undergo the required training provided they secure from the Bureau a
certification attesting to their competence to qualify as consultants.
(3) All safety consultants or consulting organizations, shall be accredited
by the Bureau, and registered with the Regional Office concerned.
1034.02: Prohibition in the Practice of Occupational Safety and Health
No person or organization may be allowed hired or otherwise employed
in the practice of occupational
safety and health unless the requirements of this Rule are complied
with.