Environmental, Occupational Safety and Health (EHS) Inspection Training 

3 Days

Target Audience

Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Inspectors or those job roles that covers a wide range of environment, health and safety management issues

Programme Objectives

  • Plan and conduct of EHS inspection to determine conformity with acceptable EHS conditions and behaviours in accordance with organisational procedures and regulatory requirements.
  • Report findings on non-conformity EHS conditions and behaviours to relevant stakeholders in accordance with organisational procedures and regulatory requirements.
  • Recommend corrective and preventive actions to address the findings in accordance with organisational procedures and regulatory requirements.
  • Monitor closure of the corrective and preventive actions with reference to identified ESH performance indicators
  • Compile a report on company’s ESH performance in accordance with organisational procedures and regulatory requirements.

Module 1 – EHS Inspection Basics

  • Different between EHS Audit and EHS Inspection
  • What is EHS inspection?
  • Types of EHS Inspections
  • Why EHS Inspection?
  • Who perform EHS Inspection?
  • How frequent EHS inspections should be done?
  • What is the activity of an EHS Inspection?
  • What is the outcome of EHS Inspection?

Module 2 – EHS Inspection preparation

  • EHS Inspection Process
  • Establishing the scope, criteria and objective for EHS Inspection.
  • Understanding the EHS Management System standard requirements
  • Developing an effective EHS Inspection programme/Plan
  • Selection, training and delegate team members
  • Developing EHS Inspection checklist
  • Familiarize yourself with the inspection checklist
  • Diagram or floor plan
  • Review information from previous inspection reports
  • Meet with supervisors prior to inspection
  • Gather information from management
  • Allow ample time for the inspection

Module 3 – Conducting EHS Inspection

  • The conduct of EHS Inspection.
  • Use the EHS Inspection guides prepared.
  • Important of previous EHS Inspection reports.
  • Site Inspection Technique (General area, process and equipment)
  • Interview Technique (structured and unstructured)
  • Inspection Trail.
  • Recording Technique.
  • Sample collection procedure

Module 4 – Reporting EHS Inspection

  • Definition of non-conformity
  • Stakeholders relevant to EHS Inspection
  • Parties to whom inspection findings should be communicated
  • How to record EHS inspection findings
  • Monitor closure of corrective and preventive actions

Mentoring for Success

1 Day Target Audience

HR Professionals as Programme Manager, Senior Management & Directors expected to perform the Mentor roles

Programme Objectives

  • Introducing the Mentoring Programme to the Participants
  • Assist Mentors and Mentees to get to know each others’ roles and responsibilities
  • Highlight the importance and effectiveness of a mentorship programme
  • Introduce tools, guidelines and frameworks developed to facilitate the mentorship process

Morning Session

Introducing of Mentors and Mentees – Introduce formally mentors and mentees to each other, describing what their roles and responsibilities include, as leaders or potential leaders

Objectives of Mentorship Programme – Elucidate purpose, benefits, key concepts and milestones of the Mentoring Programme. Set expectations of mentors and mentees about the programme

Structure & Framework – Explore how to set learning goals and priorities, and identify recommended milestones of the programme. Craft a development plan on what the mentors and mentees aim to achieve during the programme

Mentoring Toolkit Guide – Develop resources to facilitate mentoring conversations and documents to help mentors/mentees recognise and overcome stumbling blocks/challenges in the process and relationship

Afternoon Session

Programme Reflections – Review objectives of the mentorship programme and individual goals

Experience Discussion – Share experiences with the group. Identify challenges faced during the mentoring journey and how mentors and mentees overcame them.

Managing Challenges – Address challenges identified and try to arrive at the root cause of the stumbling blocks. Arrive at a solution that the workshop facilitator may recommend to meet the objectives of the mentoring journey

The Way Forward – Sharing reflections of experience. Resetting SMART goals

Job Redesign Productivity Clinic

1 Day session

To enable participants to appreciate productivity improvement opportunities associated with the concepts of job redesign. Provide them tools to understand how Individual responsibilities impact the organisation’s performance.

Target Audience

Directors, Senior Managers, Managers, including supervisor personnel who will be part of organisation wide job redesign

Programme Objectives

  • Develop an understanding on the concepts of job redesign
  • Differentiate between value and non-value adding activities
  • Gain an understanding how to do job redesign using job redesign toolkit
  • Understand about different government assistance schemes that can be leveraged on to do job redesign in the organisation

Morning Session

  • Job redesign definition
  • Strategic importance of job redesign
  • How to identify value adding and non-value adding activities
  • Key thoughts to consider in job redesign
  • How to conduct the job redesign using job redesign toolkit
  • Government Grants that can be used to conduct Job Redesign Study in the organisation

Afternoon Session

  • Case study presentation on job redesigning exercise in Security Sector in Singapore context
  • Interactive group activity

Emerging Leadership (E-LEAD) Programme

An experiential 5-day course + 2-day simulation + Individual Executive Coaching

Target Audience

Public Sector Managers and Executives

Programme Objectives

  • Increase self-awareness by understanding one’s leadership style and its impact on others
  • Develop personal mastery, balancing personal life and work (managing stress and personal renewal)
  • Lead and inspire team to a shared purpose, and a long-term vision of the public service
  • Lead and manage change in a dynamic environment
  • Build and lead effective teams for sustained high performance
  • Identify/attract talent, and coaching them to realise their potential
  • Develop and sustain strong relationships (including cultural sensitivity), with a mindset towards building long-term partnerships
  • Understand and leverage on networks and organisational culture to influence and collaborate effectively to deliver successful outcomes

Course Outline

Day 1 – Leadership Finesse

  • SSA’s Global 21st Century Leadership Competencies – Qualities linking a leader’s mindset to organisational success. Identifying the leadership competencies you use most / least
  • Understanding DISC® Tools – Interpreting your personalised DISC reports and leading self. Aware of own Values styles, Vision and applying at the workplace
  • Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® – Applying the proven principles of Kouzes and Posner’s acclaimed Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® model and leadership behaviours and 360 feedback
  • Professional Value Proposition (PvP™) – Maximise personal mastery in managing work and package your own personal leadership brand in the organisation

Day 2 – Critical Public Sector Competencies

  • Public Sector Policy-Making – Public Governance and Administration – Understanding the key indicators for success in the country’s policy development
  • Understanding the policy development process, principles of the Middle East model of governance and the role of human capital development for the Public Service
  • Global Mindset – Global and regional economic overview, megatrends and new drivers of economic and business growth; and understanding Middle East competitiveness
  • Strategic Thinking & Execution – Diagnose organisation and implement effective strategic planning process. Apply various Strategic Tools and Techniques, Portfolio Matrices

Day 3 – Manage Teams

  • Team Synergy – Applying the DiSC TEAMS in managing and developing your team. Identify the characteristics of an effective team and the roles played by team members
  • Mentorship for Impact – Explores the core skills and attitudes needed by senior leaders to mentor their staff grow and achieve their full potential. It explores the structures needed to build an effective mentoring relationship, as well as the issues that can arise during the process

Day 4 – Productivity Champion at the Workplace

  • Leading the Productivity Improvement – An overview how organisations can achieve better results if they adopt an integrated approach to productivity improvement
  • Importance of Productivity – Understand the importance and benefits of Productivity in the organisation
  • Encouraging Innovation – Promote an environment that facilitates innovation
  • Tools and Techniques – Basic understanding of the various tools and techniques to identify non-value added activities in processes
  • Apply Productivity at the Workplace – Identify possible applications of the tools and techniques within the organisation

Day 5 – Leadership in Practice

  • Talent Development – Effective Staff Performance Management. Set ambitious but realistic goals and maintains high levels of motivation to achieve and exceed them. Facilitate and support staff capabilities development intervention
  • Dealing With Complexities – Applying effective strategies such as Conflict Management and Problem Solving skills.
  • Leadership Simulation/ Gamification – Power of Leadership® Leadership, Change Management, Position Power, Trust
  • Personal Development Plan – Craft a personal development plan based on your goals and organisation’s strategy

Day 6-7 – Leadership Simulation


It is a 2-day session that exposes participants to a variety of case studies that puts their leadership skills to the test
Leadership Simulation

Participants will be presented with case studies, activities and situations. Each group shall discuss the given simulation and prepare for a presentation. After ample time, each group is to present and engage the class in a discussion


Participants shall be assessed on their contribution, participation in the activities and leadership competencies using the SSA Leadership Success Index (LSI) tool.

Day 8-10 – Individual Executive Coaching


Each participant shall undergo a one session of Executive Coaching of 90 minutes at the training workshop premises.

Executive Coaches:

There shall be two coaches deployed concurrently at the training workshop premises.

Daily Coaching Schedule:

With two coaches deployed concurrently, SSA is expected to cover eight participants per day. For 20 participants, the entire coaching sessions are expected to be completed in 3 days with the following proposed schedule:

Session 1 : 9.00 am – 10.30 am

Session 2 : 10.45 am – 12.15 pm

Session 3 : 1.45 pm – 3.15 pm

Session 4 : 3.30 pm – 5.00 pm

Coaching Toolkits:

The coaches will refer to the DISC & LPI 360 tools as baseline reference. In addition, participants will be using SSA’s Executive Coaching Toolkit during the sessions and possible subsequent sessions and development discussions.


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