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A HEALTH AND SAFETY COURSE FOR MANAGERS, ASSESSORS, SAFETY REPRESENTATIVES OR ANYONE WHO IS REQUIRED TO MANAGE HEALTH AND SAFETY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE COMPANY'S SAFETY POLICY AND HEALTH AND SAFETY LEGISLATION because you wouldn’t attempt any other aspect of your management role without training—why would you approach health and safety any differently? You will learn a broad range of management skill sto apply to safety and health issues to enable you to manage health and safety in your workplace. The course covers: Why it is important to manage safety and your responsibilities as a manager Risk assessments, types of risk assessment and how to do them Risk controls, safe systems of work, personal protective equipment Understanding responsibilities—requirements of the law, RIDDOR, health and safety management systems Common hazards in the workplace e.
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, there is a duty on every employer to make a suitable and sufficient assessment of the fire risks in the workplace, and identify the general fire precautions needed to comply with the Order. This course is for company owners, managers, supervisors and premises technicians in low- or normal-risk premises, but it will be equally beneficial to any other personnel contributing to the fire risk assessment process.
The course will give you the knowledge and confidence to carry out computer workstation assessments for your colleagues. What we have found is that accredited courses, especially those that include exams, do not always allow for exploring new or alternative methods for complying with risk-based regulations.
Asbestos is a hidden killer - find out about protecting yourself from an asbestos-related illness and know what to do if you suspect asbestos is present. Who should attend? You if you work with the fabric of buildings What will be taught? The properties of asbestos and its effects on health, including its interaction with smoking The types of products or materials likely to contain asbestos The operations which could result in asbestos exposure and the importance of preventive controls to minimise exposure Managers Responsibilities Role of Asbestos Surveys Safe work practices, control measures and protective equipment The purpose, choice, limitations, proper use and maintenance of respiratory protective equipment Emergency procedures and medical examination How to maintain effective hygiene Control limits and air monitoring Assessment is by multiple choice to show understanding.