Besides offering a comprehensive range of personal protection equipment, we also provide the following additional services to enhance your safety.
- Factory Walkthrough
This helps to identify the area of hazard/risk which requires workers to be equipped with appropriate types of safety equipment in the work area.
- Product Training
1. Respiratory Protection Training
2. Hearing Protection Training
3. Spillage Control Training
4. Fall Protection Training
5. Hand Protection Training
6. Eye Protection Training
7. Gas Detector Training
8. Lock Out/Tag Out Training
- Product installation
Besides just offering equipment, we also provide installation services to ensure all environment safety equipment are fixed correctly.
- Service Maintenance
More than general servicing, this also includes equipment calibration.
At QSS, we believe in the importance of educating and training users on the correct way to don personal protective equipment.
Below are some of our training programmes:
Respiratory Fit Testing
In accordance to SS 548:2009, the purpose of respiratory fit-testing is to select the right size and model of respirator for the user to ensure that good face seal is achievable whenever the respirator is worn. It is an essential requirement based on the risk assessments for all tight-fitting air-purifying and supplied-air respiratory.
In accordance to SS 549:2009, all workplaces with noise hazards should implement a hearing conservation programme to prevent noise-induced hearing loss. Records of noise hazard which require monitoring and hearing protectors should be issued to each personnel. There should be training on proper usage, inspection and maintenance of hearing protectors.
Spillage Control Training
In accordance to CP 100:2004, all workplaces should establish an emergency response plan and procedure to deal with on-site incidents involving hazardous waste. Adequate hazardous response waste material should be provided. Training should be conducted with regular exercises for personnel who are identified as emergency responders. They should be operation-ready at all times.