Aim & Objectives:
The Chemical Occupational Health and Safety Officer is an expert appointed to handle chemicals and hazardous materials in the workplace. Based on the Decree of the Manpower Ministry No. 187/MEN/1999 concerning the control of hazardous chemicals in the workplace, companies with the potential for a major hazard category are required to employ a Chemical OHSE Expert of at least 1 person, a Chemical OHSE Officer of at least 2 people (non-shift) and 5 people (shift). Whereas in the medium category, it is mandatory to employ 1 person (non-shift) and 3 people (shift) Chemical OHSE Officers: (Article 18 paragraph 1 (b) and Article 17 paragraph 1 (a)). This training is designed for personnel who work full-time in the company and are responsible for the production, storage, warehousing, and transportation of hazardous chemicals as well as OHSE officers and OHSE coordinators.