All courses


Watch the course preview video here:

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

The aim of the course is to familiarize the participants with the currently valid legislation as well as other regulations in the field of occupational safety and health and to inform the participants about the regulations determining the drivers' rights and obligations in the field of occupational safety and health in driving motor vehicles.
The target group of this entrance and periodic OSH training is administrative staff - drivers - VaVZ 01.1.
The course is legally required to be repeated at least once in 2 years.
The form and content of the course is processed in accordance with the currently valid legislation and is approved by the National Labour Inspectorate. You can view the course curriculum HERE. The syllabus includes the following topics:

Safety Regulations   The Force of Law No. 124/2006   Basic Concepts in Safety   General Principles of Prevention   Evaluation of Risks   Employment relationship and working time   Employer’s Basic Obligations   Employees’ Rights and Duties   Preventive and Protective Services   Occupational Health Service   Medical Check-Ups – Work Categorization   Upbringing and Education   Personal Protective Equipment   Work Accident   Job-Related Illness   Working Environment   Work Equipment   Technical Equipment Safety   Electrical Equipment   Health and Safety Signs   Dealing with Loads   Working Conditions for Women   Juvenile employees' work   Display Units   Employment Stress   Working Away from the Employer's Premises   Important Telephone Numbers   State-Based Occupational Health and Safety Surveillance   A Synopsis of Rules - Driver training   Driver training   Necessary Documentation   Compulsory Vehicle Emergency Kit   A Car First Aid Kit   Safety Clothing   Winter Tyres   Medical Check-Ups   Motor Vehicle Operator’s Obligations   Driver’s Obligations   Obligations Concerning the Vehicle Operation, Maintenance and Repair   Rules of the Road   Traffic Signs   A Traffic Accident