Managing safely Refresher Training Course

The Managing Safely Refresher course is designed to provide continued support to managers in dealing with health and safety issues in the workplace. Specifically, the course aims to revise key management responsibilities from the Managing Safely course and update learners on relevant changes in relevant, good practice guidance, legislation and standards.

Available as an Onsite Course

Available as a Public Course

Course Objectives
  • To review workplace health and safety management techniques.
  • To review recent changes in legislation relating to workplace health and safety management.
Course Topics
  • Introduction to managing safely.
  • Assessing and controlling risk.
  • Understanding your responsibilities.
  • Identifying hazards.
  • Investigating accidents and incidents.
  • Measuring performance.

Participants

A maximum of 12 participants can attend each Managing Safely Refresher training session.

Duration

Managing Safely Refresher training sessions are 1-day in duration.

 

Certification

On successful competition of the Managing Safely Refresher course participants will receive an Accredited Certificate. The certification will expire after 3 -years.

Renewal

Participants are required to renew their training by completing the Managing Safely Refresher course again. Renewals should happen before the certification expires, or sooner if indicated by their company’s risk assessment.

Course Entry Requirements

  1. Have a valid and in date certificate for the original Managing Safely training course
  2. Bring Photo I.D. on day of Assessment

Site Requirements

There are no special site requirements  associated with this course.

Public Course Dates

Summary Of Assessments

Useful Information

Reporting of Accidents and Dangerous Occurrences

This post is to assist you to understand the requirements set out in the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Reporting of Accidents and Dangerous Occurrences) Regulations 2016 (S.I. No. 370 of 2016). It explains why accident and dangerous occurrence reporting is required, what is reportable, what is not reportable, who should make the report and how the report should be made.

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