Health & Safety

Fire Fighting Level 1

This is a major threat for safety to prevent loss of life and/or destruction of property and the environment. All employees should undergo basic training of fire fighting techniques both general and specialized areas of expertise. Legislation requires that 1 in 50 people per company, or two per building, should be trained in basic firefighting. IPI.SA  training courses are aimed at teaching BASIC FIRE FIGHTING SKILLS in order to minimize loss of lives and property.

First Aid Level 1

is the provision of initial care for an  injury. Everyone should know how to perform basic first aid. The best way to learn is to do a course, and then keep up to date with the latest guidelines. Hopefully you'll never have to use these skills, but if you do, you may just save a life. Level 1 of First Aid is merely the basics.

First Aid Level 2

In-dept principles, such as knowing to use an adhesive bandage or applying direct pressure on a bleed, are often acquired passively through life experiences. However, to provide effective, life-saving first aid interventions requires instruction and practical training.

SHE Representative

This course as been developed in order to provide you with the knowledge to carry out functions as a Health and Safety Representative, the main aim is to enable you to identify hazards in the work place, conduct incident investigation and function within the safety management system of your organization.

HIV / Aids Workshops

We offer professional workshops in providing basic knowledge, diagnosis, treatment, counseling, nutrition, vaccines, prevention and so on.