International Certificate in health & Safety Training Course
This internationally recogised Certificate in Health and Safety course specifically deals with hazard identification and risk assessment for the workplace (in any country and in any kind of organisation).
This course is popular for employers who need to show that their managers, safety officers and supervisors are both qualified and competent in safety management.
Available as an Onsite Course
Available as a Public Course
After completing this participants will:
- Hold a broad understanding and knowledge of health and safety principles and practice.
- Be qualified to manage workplace health and safety responsibilities in any employment sector in any part of the world.
- Foundations in health and safety.
- Health and safety management systems – Plan / Do / Check/ Act.
- Workplace hazards and risk control.
- Transport hazards and risk control.
- Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control.
- Work equipment hazards and risk control.
- Electrical safety.
- Chemical and biological health hazards and risk control.
- Physical and psychological health hazards and risk control.
A maximum of 15 participants can attend each International Certificate in Health & Safety training session.
International Certificate in Health & Safety training sessions are 11-days in duration.
On successful competition of the International Certificate in Health & Safety course participants will receive an Accredited Certificate. The certification has no defined expiry date.
Participants are required to keep their skills up to date by ongoing continued professional development (CPD).
Course Entry Requirements
This is a very intensive course and as such, it advantageous for participants to have prior knowledge of health and safety, have completed an introductory course or have relevant work experience before enrolling on this course.
There are no special site requirements associated with this course.
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