LCM Safety Training. LCM Training Schedules. DOLE Accredited. LCM in Manila. LCM in Quezon City. LCM Tarlac. LCM Pampanga. LCM Cabanatuan. LCM Training is DOLE Prescribed Safety Training. Loss Control Management Training or Advance Occupational Safety and Health Training. LCM is recommended to be taken by individuals who had completed or graduated from their BOSH training or COSH training from a DOLE Accredited Safety Training Organization.
I. LCM Training Schedules
Weekdays. Weekends. Starts 8AM
If you are sure to attend
1. please register today
2. pay reservation fee to be included in the headcount.
Quezon City Venue
Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City
Check Calendar for Actual Training Days
February 3, 4, 10, 11
April 21, 22, 28, 29
1. L Square Hotel, Tarlac City
2. Bliss Hotel, San Fernando, Pampanga
3. The Harvest Hotel, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
Same schedule for all venues. We need 10 participants to confirm the schedule.
If sure to attend, please register so we can include you in the headcount.
We will email or text you to update you on the confirmation of schedules
II. LCM Training Investment
Pay cash or check. If check, payee is iBonrop Marketing
P12,000 per head
Reservation is P2,000 per head
Pay P10,000 during your training
What are included in the registration fee?
1. Certificate of Completion. DOLE Standard. Issued on last day
2. Safety Training Manual for supplemental reading
3. Lunch and Snacks
4. CD containing trainers' presentations
III. How to Register and Enrol
1. Register Online. Click now.
2. Register by Texting your personal details in this format
If employed or company sponsored
LCM QC Training Dates. Full Name. Company Name and Address. Email Address
LCM QC Feb341011 Rhea Tan. ABC Enterprise. Makati City. email@example.com
If unemployed or jobless, for individuall paying participant
LCM Venue Training Dates. Full Name. Home Address. Email Address
LCM MAK JanFeb. Benjamin Uy. XYZ Corp. Bulacan. firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Fill-up and Submit the Form at the end of this ads below.
IV. How to Pay Reservation Fee or Registration Fee
1. Pay cash or check by bank deposit
Visit any branch near you. Do not forget to send copy of bank deposit slip
Email email@example.com Viber 09175447717
Company Bank Details
Account Name. iBonrop Marketing
CA for Current Checking Account. SA for Savings Account
Bank Details at the bottom of this ads. Please scroll down to see bank details.
2. or Pay via Remittance Services
Western Union or Palawan Express
Remit to, Name: Ronald Pornobi Address: Quezon City
Do not forget to text the following to 09175447717 09189464623
a) Sender Name b) Amount Sent c) Name of Participant 4) what training and date attending
V. What you will Learn
LCM Modules. Crisis Management. Critical, Job, Task & Procedures. Defensive and Better Driving. Economics in Loss Control. Environmental Health in Industry. Evaluating Individual Performance. Fire Loss Control. Frequency Rate. Group and Personal Communications. History and Philosophy. Incident Investigation. Management Control. Motor Fleet Safety. Occupational Health and Safety Management System. Planned Inspection. Planned Job Observation. Property Damage and Waste Control. Re-entry Planning / Workshop. Risk Management. Safety Performance Measurement. Severity Rate. Stress Management. Security Loss Control. Time Management. and more
Learn and develop your skills in this module called Measurement Tools for Management. This is the core or meat of LCM training. This will teach you how to calculate FR or Frequency Rate and SR or Severity Rate so that you can comply fully with your reportorial requirement called AEDR or Annual Exposure Data Report. Only LCM graduates know how to do this task. Not all trainers know this.
VI. Why Attend LCM Training
LCM training is suggested for all industries including but not limited to manufacturing, retail, services, healthcare, business process outsourcing BPO, call center, poultry, agriculture, real estate developers, financial services, banking, pharmaceuticals, hospitality, construction, mining, recruitment, among others. LCM is not required for accreditation as OSHP but is a plus points if you have completed it as DOLE will consider it an act of good faith to increase your knowledge and skill as safety practitioner.
Having finished LCM will give you an edge ahead of those who do not have it and you are therefore more qualified for a job as safety officer, local or overseas.
LCM, why? To comply with your business' client requirements. To qualify for promotion in the company. To perform safety officer duties and responsibilities. To comply with the Philippines' Safety Law. For personal and professional growth. To invest in self education and training. To shift career - from present job to safety. To develop safety curriculum in schools and universities. To follow DOLE OSH Standards in the workplace. As part of corporate social responsibility or CSR. To protect lives of people you work with (company) and live for (your family).
You are welcome to join. LCM is highly suggested to be undertaken by individuals who have completed either BOSH or COSH. LCM is advance OSH training. BOSH or COSH are basics on OSH. However, some business executives are welcome to join if they are interested with the LCM module on risk management and risk assessment.
1. Choose what schedule will you attend.
2. Register online or by text or email
3. Pay reservation or registration fee
4. Check your inbox or text for updates
5. Attend the training on time
God bless you.
Engr. Ronald Pornobi
DOLE Accredited OSH Practitioner
OSHP Accre No. 1033-160104C-195
Globe 0917 544 77 17 Smart 0918 946 46 23
Fill-up and Submit this Online Registration Form
Pay your Reservation Fee or Registration Fee by cash or check to any of the company bank accounts below. Send copy of deposit slip via email firstname.lastname@example.org via Viber 09175447717 We will confirm the slot via email or text once deposit slip is received.
Account Name: iBonrop Marketing
CA Current Checking Account. SA Savings Account
in Quezon City
BDO Banco de Oro
CA No. 00 216 011 2867
CA No.244 7 244 51763 0
BPI Bank of the Philippine Islands
CA No. 4273 0198 77
CA No. 00 000 1074 4959
AUB Asia United Bank
CA No. 057 01 103213 1
CA No. 2000 2670 5281
RCBC Commercial Bank
CA No. 759 052 2730
Bank of Commerce
CA No. 028 00 001416 0
UCPB United Coconut Planters Bank
CA No. 2014 0000 8542
PNB Philippine National Bank
CA No. 1278 7000 0607
SA No. 01 007 00 7634 5
China Bank Savings
CA No. 6047 0000 0535
SA No. 1017 0200 7209
Philippine Business Bank
SA No. 006 01 001828 3
Land Bank of the Philippines
SA No. 0581 1547 20
in Tarlac City
PSBank CA No. 627 331 00020 6
Robinsons Bank SA No. 3015 3010 0002 577
RCBC Savings SA No. 902 238 6285
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