Quality in Buildings - Workforce

Quality processes are there in every building and are to be followed by Technical Maintenance team. Quality processes are important in maintaining the Health, Safety and Environment needs as...

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Created by Mentric Training

0 Students enrolled, Last updated Wed, 06-Jun-2021
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₹6,000 ₹6,000

This course includes

0 Students Enrolled.
8 Chapters.
8 Topics.
English
Access on mobile, Tablet and tv.
Certificate of Completion.

Description

Quality processes are there in every building and are to be followed by Technical Maintenance team. Quality processes are important in maintaining the Health, Safety and Environment needs as well as to comply with the rules and regulations of the land.

This course explains the various Quality processes, Health & Environment standards and guidelines as applicable to the maintenance team working in a  building. 


What you will learn ?

Quality standards applicable to a site
Quality processes and procedures
Various QHSE standards
Understanding Covid impact on HVAC maintenance

Requirements

Technicians working at site for 1-2 years
Technicians
Electrical Engineers
Fresh Engineers - Mechanical

Curriculum for this course

8 Lessons

About the instructor

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561 Students
15 Courses

Working as Sr Trainer at Mentric. Over 7 years of professional experience covering a wide range of expertise in the areas of Training, Sales, Marketing and Operations. Experienced in training various category of participants - CSR students, Job seekers, Freshers, Mid and Senior level technical professionals in the Facility Management industry. Subjects handled include Technical maintenance of Electromechanical Equipment, Industrial Safety, Electrical Safety and Quality Processes. Knowing multiple languages strengthen the communication with participants from various socio-cultural backgrounds. Always think from the trainees perspective, and continuously updating his knowledge and passionately delivering the sessions are his traits.