NR5 - CIPA: Internal Accident Prevention Commission - Risk Level 2

NR5 - CIPA: Internal Accident Prevention Commission - Risk Level 2

Regular price R$149,90

ATTENTION: This course is suitable for professionals who work in companies with a level 2 risk degree and its content complies with the requirements determined by Ordinance No.

The CIPA course addresses the training requirements provided for in the regulatory standard NR-5, providing knowledge relevant to the commission's performance and its organization; in addition to addressing good practices for accident prevention; recommendations for developing and maintaining healthy and safe environments; good occupational health practices and measures to act in emergencies.


What will I learn:

Unit 1 - Constitution, functioning and legislation of CIPA:

  • Constitution, organization, dimensioning and attributions of CIPA;
  • Functioning, training and elections of CIPA;
  • Specialized Service in Safety Engineering and Occupational Medicine SESMT;
  • Labor legislation in relation to safety and health at work.

Unit 2 - Investigation and analysis of accidents and occupational diseases:

  • Accidents at work;
  • Investigation and analysis of accidents and occupational diseases;
  • Security inspection;
  • Work hygiene;
  • AIDS.

Unit 3 - PPE and EPCs:

  • What are PPEs;
  • Types of PPE;
  • Approval certificate;
  • Competencies of the Ministry of Labor and Employment;
  • Responsibilities of the employer and employee;
  • Specialized Service in Safety Engineering and Occupational Medicine;
  • Collective Protection Equipment.

Unit 4 - Study of the environment, working conditions and risks arising from the production process:

  • Physical agents;
  • chemical agents;
  • Biological agents;
  • Ergonomic agents;
  • accident agents;
  • How to prepare environmental risk maps.

Unit 5 - Notions of fire fighting:

  • Theory of fire;
  • Fire spread;
  • Fire classes;
  • Fire prevention;
  • Extinction methods.

Unit 6 - Notions about the inclusion of people with disabilities and rehabilitated people in work processes:

  • Importance of inclusion;
  • People with disabilities X rehabilitated people;
  • Quotas;
  • Company adaptation;
  • Types of Disabilities.

Unit 7 - Fire fighting equipment:

  • Fire fighting equipment;
  • extinguishing agents;
  • PPE (Personal Protection Equipment);
  • Notions of fire fighting;
  • Fire fighting equipment;
  • Detection, alarm and communications equipment.

Unit 8 - Area and people abandonment techniques:

  • Area abandonment techniques;
  • People with reduced mobility.

Unit 9:

  • Online fire fighting simulator that allows the student to practice the techniques learned in this training to extinguish the fire.

Unit 10 - Basics of first aid:

  • General procedures;
  • Initial emergency assessment;
  • Respiratory failure;
  • Seizures;
  • fainting;
  • Bleeding;
  • burns;
  • Extremity trauma;
  • Clinical emergencies;
  • Transport of victims;

Unit 11:

  • Online CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) simulator that allows the student to exercise the resuscitation techniques learned in this training.


Target audience: The course was developed for companies that need to adapt to the legislation complying with mandatory NRs, especially NR 5 - CIPA. It is also suitable for recycling CIPA members, teachers of formal education and industry and service professionals interested in training in this area.

Content related to the study of the environment, working conditions, as well as the risks arising from the production process, and notions about accidents and occupational diseases resulting from exposure to existing risks in the company, will be attended by customization or in the blended mode.


Modality: The course can be carried out in the EAD format. It has a fully interactive teaching unit, developed in computer graphics and with accessible content for all professional levels. It has exercises, forum and proof of sufficiency to issue a certificate. The student has the support and guidance of an expert tutor throughout the course.

Language: This course is only available in the Portuguese (BR) version.

Hours: 12 hours

Devices: desktop, notebook, smartphone or tablet

Certificate: It has a certificate valid throughout Brazil. The certificate is automatically made available to the student after they successfully complete the course. To be approved in this training, it is necessary to achieve at least 70% of correct answers in the sufficiency test.

Authorship: This course was developed by Portal Escudo and is offered by Werkey.

Availability: Upon completion of enrollment you will receive unrestricted access to online course content for 30 days.


The training in Safety and Health at Work (OSH) stipulated in Regulatory Norms (NR) of the Ministry of Labor (MTb) has specificities as it is aimed at an employment relationship, in which the employer and the worker appear, being the responsibility of the employer to provide training for the prevention of diseases and accidents at work.

Generally, the NRs stipulate workload, frequency, program content and requirements regarding the training of the professional responsible for training. Thus, it is up to the employer to carry out the training in OSH, adopting the parameters stipulated by the NR, being responsible for the organization, execution and management of the training, including issues such as the place for realization, elaboration of didactic material, the pedagogical project of the course, the assessment methods and the selection of professionals to teach the course.

As training in OSH is a labor obligation to be provided by the employer to its workers due to the risks arising from the activity being explored, it is the employer's sole responsibility to ensure its effective implementation, subject to the applicable administrative sanctions in the event of ineffective training. or even poor quality training that does not meet the requirements of the legislation.

It is essential to note that, even if you choose to carry out training in OSH through distance learning or blended classes, it is healthy that all training is adapted to the reality of each establishment. The worker is being trained by the employer to work in a given space, so a generic training will not meet the peculiarities of any and all economic activity.

The employer is responsible for training when it is given directly by members of the organization itself, or even when the training is outsourced to a specialized company.

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