Senior managers, leaders and directors’ support and involvement in health and safety management is essential.
This course, jointly designed by NEBOSH and the HSE, helps leaders become better influencers of health and safety in their business. It explains the moral, legal and financial incentives to implement good health and safety leadership, discusses leadership styles and how they influence health and safety culture, covers building better relationships at work, and how to use the HSE model for effective health and safety leadership.
The assessment is completed throughout the day in stages, with guidance provided, and is based on reflective statements which are designed to raise delegates’ awareness of how their knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviour may have both positive and negative effects on the health and safety performance of their organisation.
Developed with the HSE, this one-day course teaches delegates the fundamental process of identifying hazards, how to assess risk using the HSE tools, how to evaluate risk and how to implement control measures.
Suitable for anyone involved in the risk assessment process, it can also be used as a refresher, help to broaden their skill set or go towards their CPD.
For any organisation taking its Environmental Management responsibilities seriously, this is a great course to introduce all employees to the basic concepts of environmental hazards and risk management.
The course covers environmental terminology, the benefits of sustainable development, the main components of an EMS (Environmental Management System), provides an overview of aspect and impact assessments and a range of environmental hazards (like water pollution and waste).
The assessment is a multiple-choice question paper, accessed online after the course date (the date will be arranged at the same time as booking the course date).
A practical assessment is completed at the end of this one-day qualification. Delegates will be asked to watch a video of a real workplace and complete a risk assessment to identify how they would manage and prioritise the risks present.
Manual handling causes over a third of all UK workplace injuries and can only be reduced if a suitable and sufficient risk assessment has been carried out beforehand. NEBOSH have teamed up with the HSE to develop this course using the HSE’s best practice guidance and tools.
The course covers the principles of manual handling, understanding and identifying the range of hazards and control measures to reduce or remove the risk of injuries.
A practical assessment is completed at the end of the course. After watching a video of a manual handling activity in a workplace, delegates will be asked to assess it using HSE tools and templates.
Co-developed with the HSE, this one-day course focuses on accident causation and the investigation process. Delegates will learn the fundamental process of incident investigation, with the goals being to identify causes of incidents and near misses, to prevent further occurrences in the future and to make the workplace a safer place for all.
This is a great course for delegates who already have some formal health and safety training and have responsibilities with workplace accident investigation. It can either give them a new set of skills, act as a refresher or go towards their CPD (Continuous Professional Development).
The assessment is conducted at the end of day; delegates are shown videos of witness interviews with supporting evidence and then complete assessments and action plans.
The perfect introduction to health and safety, ideal for anyone new to the field and those who have not yet undertaken a formal qualification. A great course for employees, team leaders, supervisors and H&S representatives.
Updated in 2022, the course covers the foundations of health and safety, legal requirements, roles and responsibilities, incident investigation, risk assessment and a range of common workplace hazards.
This course incorporates a workplace assessment, which the delegates carry out using the template form we provide, alongside guidance documents and a briefing during the course.