AWSH IN METALWORK (MSOC)-JOO KOON
WSQ-Apply Workplace Safety and Health in Metal Work (Previously known as MSOC)
Course Code: CRS-Q-0030662-PI (English)
Competency Standard code: PI-ES-103E-1
Funding Validity Period: 27 Aug 2012 - 01 Jul 2020
Course Duration: 9 hours, including 2 hours of assessment
Mode of Assessment: MCQ Written Assessment & Practical Assessment
Before the course was changed to the Apply Workplace Safety and Health (AWSH) in Metalwork course, it was known as the “Metalworking Safety Orientation Course (MSOC)”. Prior to working in the factory, all metalworking workers are obliged to complete the WSH training course.
The Workplace Safety and Health (Factories, Safety Training Courses order – Clause 2 (9)) stipulates that “Any worker employed in manual labour to carry out work in a factory engaged in the manufacture of basic metals, fabricated metal products, machinery or equipment and electrical machinery and equipment must undergo a safety and health training course approved by the Commissioner for Workplace Safety and Health.”
The AWSH in Metalworking course (MSOC) was planned to help construction workers learn the essential work requirements on site, ensuring better safety standards. Workers will also be taught how to respond to emergencies, and comprehend their position and tasks in the metalworking factory.By ensuring that the workers know what to do, there can be a higher level of safety and productivity in the factory.
All foreign and local workers in metalworking before they start working in a factory.
Required Skills and Understanding:
Only those aged 18 years old and above are permitted to enter the orientation course, and are required to:
- Meet the expected fitness standard
- Capable of manipulating numbers at competencystandard on par with Employability Skills (ES) Level 2.
- Have an occupation status as a manual labourer to be employed in a factorymanufacturing of fabricated metal goods, basic metals, electrical machinery and apparatus, and other equipment.
- Be proficient in the English language (listening, writing, speaking and reading).
- Able to follow oral and written instructions related to work.
- Have acceptable organisational ability
Under the SkillsFuture Funding, the AWSH in Metalworking course (MSOC) course is only subsidised for the English language. Please go to www.skillsconnect.gov.sg or call Wong Fong Academy at 68633686 for more information.
If you are a Singaporean aged 25 and above, you can choose to use your $500 SkillsFuture Credit to offset the payment for this course. Visit the SkillsFuture Credit website www.skillsfuture.sg/credit to choose from the wide range of approved skills-related courses available on the SkillsFuture Credit course directory.
When the AWSH in Metalworking course (MSOC) has concluded, applicants will be given a photo pass as a sign of their competency in the modules tested. The course will be held in Singapore at the Woodlands Centre, or at the Joo Koon Centre. Contact Wong Fong Academy today for more details about the course duration and the topics that will be taught.