Health, Safety And Environment (HSE Level 1-3) – NEBOSH IGC Training
This course focuses on the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) syllabus. It aims to ensure that safety requirements are appreciated by all personnel, and to enable them to review the company’s systems for safety, introducing new controls or implementing changes as appropriate to ensure safety in the workplace.
Health, Safety and Environment training is mandatory for staff at all levels of an organisation. This is the ideal course to satisfy that requirement – a stimulating programme explaining how health and safety should be managed in any working environment. The course outlines the health and safety law and how organisations and individuals can become liable for health and safety offences.
Roles and responsibilities for health and safety are discussed by reference to the key legislation and the expert trainer will explore with the delegates how these responsibilities are managed in practice in different types of organisation. The principles of risk assessment will be considered and their practical implementation discussed in relation to the management of the various hazards that are likely to be present in a typical workplace.
Upon completion of the course, learners will be able to:
- Justify health and safety improvements using moral, financial and legal arguments
- Advise on the main duties for health and safety in the workplace
- Help their organisation manage contractors
- Work within a health and safety management system, recognising what effective general policy, organisation and arrangements should look like
- Positively influence health and safety culture and behaviour to improve performance in their organisation
- Do a general risk assessment in their own workplace – profiling and prioritising risks, inspecting the workplace, recognising a range of common hazards, evaluating risks (taking account of current controls), recommending further control measures, planning actions
- Recognise workplace changes that have significant health and safety impacts and effective ways to minimise those impacts
- Develop basic safe systems of work (including taking account of typical emergencies) and knowing when to use permit-to-work systems for special risks
- Take part in incident investigations
- Help their employer to check their management system effectiveness – through monitoring, audits and reviews