This one day programme will refresh delegates understanding of health and safety requirements relating to their work activities. It will include examples relevent to BCC work activities, highlight organizational and human influences on safety at work and focuses on a range of risk control measures essential to company activities.
The course will cover the following areas:
Assessing and controlling risk Common law liabilities for health and safety failures Criminal law responsibilities for health and safety failures Identifying and controlling specific risks such as fire, electricity, work equipment, display screen equipment, manual handling, noise, and hazardous substances Principles of accident and incident investigation and prevention Measuring safety performance Protecting the environment.
By the end of the course you should be able to:
Describe the causes of accidents and apply accident prevention principles Outline legal requirements for health and safety Carry out risk assessments, inspections and accident investigations Outline risks associated with a wide range of activities Select appropriate precautions and controls to reduce activity risks Apply management principles to create a positive health & safety culture
The course is assessed through the completion of an examination and practical project. All papers are marked internally and verified by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.
Please book online. For further information please call 0121 303 2420
The course is aimed at delegates who have previouly undertaken the full 4 day IOSH Managing Safely programme and must be completed before the previous certificate has expired.