THE SAFETY PASSPORT CONSISTS OF

four objectives grouped into ten e-learning modules

  • 1.That you return home safe and sound
  • 2.That your colleagues stay healthy
  • 3.That the building still stands
  • 4.That the material still works.
Those are the four objectives we have grouped into ten e-learning modules.
TEN E-LEARNING MODULES

The content of the 10 modules is based on the following 10 competences

  • 1.Working with respect for your own safety.
  • 2.Contribute to a safe and sustainable working environment.
  • 3.Working ergonomically.
  • 4.Using personal protection equipment.
  • 5.Fire prevention in a stage environment.
  • 6.Working safely at heights.
  • 7.Working safely with mobile electrification systems under supervision.
  • 8.Working safely with tools.
  • 9.Working safely with chemicals.
  • 10.Fit up and rig performance equipment.
THE ROADMAP

Follow these three steps to obtain the safety passport

You have to complete the three steps consecutively

E-learning

You can study the ten e-learning modules with theory, exercises and videos at your own pace.

Online exam

The online exam will quiz you on the theory you have studied in the e-learning modules.

Practical exam

The practical exam will test if you know how to work safely in a stage environment by asking you to perform tasks in 5 different work situations.

PRACTICAL EXAM

Are you curious about what the practical exam entails?

The practical exam consists of 5 assignments. Watch the various videos on the practical exam below.

WHAT IS THE PRACTICAL EXAM?
THE FIVE COMPONENTS OF THE PRACTICAL EXAM

Do you have a minute to give us feedback about your learning experience?

Do you still have questions about the safety passport? Please contact Katrien de Troyer of Podiumkunsten at katrien@podiumkunsten.be.