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Participants attending LCM HIRAC SO3 Training must be graduates of 40 hours BOSH Training or 40 hours COSH Training
LCM HIRAC is a 5-day DOLE Prescribed training for Safety Officer 3 (SO3). LCM, Loss Control Management, is a 40-hour DOLE Advanced OSH Training. HIRAC, Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment, and Control, is an 8-hour DOLE Specialized OSH Training. The training
is facilitated in Taglish, a combination of Tagalog and English.
Attending theLCM HIRAC Training is urgent and important for individuals seeking to become qualified Safety Officer 3. Firstly, it provides comprehensive training on Advance OSH concepts, such as loss control programs, hazard identification, risk assessment,
and emergency response. Secondly, LCM HIRAC is required by DOLE DO No. 198-18 for SO3. Thirdly, there is a high demand for Safety Officer 3 nationwide as employers prioritize workplace safety and the appointment of qualified SO3. Finally, LCM HIRAC certification
is a valuable asset that can demonstrate a high level of competency and professionalism, and lead to better career prospects.
Who can attend
Must be a BOSH SO2 or COSH Training graduates
SO3 (Safety Officer 3), SO2 (Safety Officer 2),
Requirements to Submit
2 x 2 picture in plain or white background
Any government-issued ID or company ID
Proof of Payment
Certificate of Completion (BOSH SO2 or COSH)
Two (2) DOLE Accredited QR-coded Certificates of Completion, (softcopy will be emailed, hardcopy will be delivered for free), softcopy of trainers' presentations
Loss control management refers to the process of identifying and managing risks in an organization in order to minimize the potential for losses. This can include a wide range of activities, such as assessing potential hazards,
implementing safety protocols and procedures, providing training, and monitoring performance. The goal of loss control management is to reduce the likelihood of accidents and incidents that can result in financial losses, such as property damage, injuries,
or legal liabilities.
Loss control management is typically the responsibility of an organization's risk management department, which works closely with other departments and stakeholders to develop and implement loss control strategies. This may involve conducting regular
safety audits and inspections, implementing safety policies and procedures, and providing training to employees on safe work practices. Additionally, loss control management may also include developing emergency response plans and conducting drills to ensure
that employees are prepared to respond to unexpected incidents.
LCM Training: Philosophy and History of LCM. Economics in LCM. Management Control. Measurement Tools and Management. Environmental Health in the Industry. Property Damage of Waste Control. Stress Management. Accident Investigation. Fire Loss Control. Personal
Communication. Planned Inspection and Maintenance. Disaster Management. Emergency Preparedness. Motor Fleet Safety. Role of Safety and Health LCM. Planned Job Observation. Security Loss Control. System Safety. Values and Behavioral Dimension in Loss Control.
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HIRAC Training Objectives
- What is HIRAC
- Why Learn HIRAC
- What is a Hazard
- What is a Risk
- What is Hazard Identification
- What is Risk Assessment
- Who is Affected by Risk
- What is Likelihood
- What is Severity
- What is Risk Rating
- What is a Risk Matrix
- What is Risk Evaluation
- What are Likelihood Levels
- What are Severity Levels
- What is Risk Control
The trainers for the LCM HIRAC for Safety Officer 3 Training are accredited by DOLE and are either Occupational Safety and Health Practitioner (OSHP) or Occupational Safety and Health Consultant (OSHC). They are OSH professionals
and subject matter experts who will share their knowledge, skills, and experiences during the training, providing valuable learning opportunities for participants.