Safety Courses

NEBOSH

International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety
NEBOSH stands for ‘the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health’. NEBOSH doesn’t deliver health and safety training courses; instead it provides syllabuses, exams and assignments to Accredited Course Providers, who in turn deliver training courses to prepare candidates for NEBOSH qualifications.
Those working in health and safety are often required to hold the appropriate NEBOSH qualification for their job role, and for many, career progression is closely linked to enhanced NEBOSH qualifications.

UNIT IGC 1: MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

  • Foundations in Health and Safety
  • Health and Safety Management Systems 1 – Policy
  • Health and Safety Management Systems 2 – Organizing
  • Health and Safety Management Systems 3 – Planning
  • Health and Safety Management Systems 4 – Measuring
  • Audit and Review

UNIT Gc2: CONTROLLING WORKPLACE HAZARDS

  • Workplace hazards and risk control
  • Transport hazards and risk control
  • Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
  • Work equipment hazards and risk control
  • Electrical safety
  • Fire safety
  • Chemical and biological health hazards and risk control
  • Physical and psychological health hazards and risk control

UNIT Gc3: INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

  • The completion of a health and safety assessment of a workplace and report to management.

DURATION 
2 Weeks
CLASS DURATION 
6 Days per Week, 7 Hrs. per Day
CLASS START DATE 
Every Monday
TEST CENTER 
British Council
Assessment
The assessment consists of two examinations and a practical health and safety assessment of a workplace.

IOSH

IOSH stands for the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health. Based in the UK, but with members around the globe, it’s a not-for-profit organization. It is also the Chartered body for health and safety professionals; aiming to raise standards and regulate the profession. Its work includes developing and promoting a code of conduct, as well as developing and accrediting safety training courses

Directing Safely

Introduction
IOSH Directing Safety aims to provide directors/ owners of small and medium-sizez enterprises with an understanding of the moral, legal and business cases for health and safety management, and to give guidance on effective risk management.

Course contents

  • The importance of strategic health and safety management and its interaction with other business systems.
  • Directors’ and employers’ statutory duties accident causes and their prevention.
  • Consequences of failing to manage health and safety effectively.
  • The effect of human factors on health and safety.
  • Importance of consultation and communication with employees on health and safety issues.
  • Performance monitoring and continual improvement.

Method of study

  • Classroom – 1 day
  • Publications – study texts
  • In-company – courses delivered worldwide

Assessment
The assessments comprise a multiple-choice and short-answer exam and a short project

Managing Safely

Introduction
IOSH managing safely is designed for manager across all industries and organizations and provides a good overview for their moral and legal obligations in relation to health and safety management, as well as the practical steps they can take to ensure the safety of themselves and other.

Course Contents

  • Introduction to managing safely
  • Risk assessment
  • Risk control
  • Understanding your responsibilities
  • Identifying hazards
  • Investigating accident and incidents
  • Measuring performance
  • Protecting our environment

Method of study

  • Classroom – 4 days
  • E-Learning – 40 hours of study
  • Publications – study texts
  • In-company – courses delivered worldwide

Assessment
The assessments comprise a multiple-choice and short-answer exam and a short project.

Supervising Safely

Introduction
IOSH Supervising safely is designed for anyone with a supervisory function who need the knowledge to comply with health and safety responsibilities associated with their role.

Course Contents

  • The importance of training and supervision in good health and safety
  • Working with managers and directors to create a sage working environment
  • Safety policy and risk assessment
  • Workplace safety inspection
  • Monitoring safety standards
  • Accidents, incidents and near-misses
  • Coordinating contractors and how to identity levels of competency
  • Awareness of environmental issues

Method of study

  • Classroom – 3 days
  • Publications – study texts
  • In-company – courses delivered worldwide

Assessment
The assessments comprise a multiple-choice and short-answer exam and a short project.

Work Safely

Introduction
IOSH working safely is aimed at all employees and is designed to improve the safety culture within an organization. It focuses on how individual actions contribute to health and safety in the workplace.

Course Contents

  • Introduction to working safely
  • Defining hazards and risk
  • Identifying common hazards
  • Improving safety performance
  • Protecting our environment

Method of study

  • Classroom – 1 days
  • E-Learning – 10 hours of study
  • Publications – study texts
  • In-company – courses delivered worldwide

Assessment
The assessments comprise a multiple-choice and short-answer exam and a short project.