To provide delegates with an understanding of their individual
and collective duties to contribute to Health & Safety in the
This programme is designed
for all levels of personnel, as it
is everybody’s responsibility to
ensure Health & Safety in the
- Introduction to include case law updates and the reasons formanaging safety.
- Accident causes and their investigation.
- Records and reporting (RIDDOR).
- Risk management and safe systems of work.
- Criminal law and individuals responsibilities.
- Safety policies.
- Communication and consultation.
- Safety signs.
- Common hazards.
- Organisation specific hazards.
By the end of the course delegates will be able to:
- Identify hazards and evaluate risks in the workplace.
- Use appropriate workplace precautions for specific risks orseek advice on workplace precautions.
- Assist managers in preparing written risk assessments.
- Follow their organisation’s Health & Safety policy.
- Co-operate and communicate on Health & Safety matters.
- Carry out work activities without risk to themselves or others.
- Report relevant accidents and incidents, monitor their ownactivities, and assist managers in active monitoring.
Upon successful completion of
the post course assessments,
candidates will be awarded
the IOSH Working Safely
certificate, which is valid for a
period of 3 years.