Managing Health and Safety for Engineers
Who Should Attend?
Those who are involved with engineering activities, at any level. For example:
- Department managers
- Site-based engineers
Aims and Objectives
To provide delegates with a broad and practical understanding of health and safety requirements enabling them to understand, measure, review and improve their own systems and procedures.
Delegates post-course should be able to:
- Recognise and understand the key elements and functions of a safety management system.
- Identify techniques for measuring performance.
- Describe the general legal requirements for health and safety.
- Define hazard and risk and understand the fundamentals of risk management.
- Understand the need to monitor workplace conditions.
- Understand the principles of accident investigation and causation.
- Identify typical workplace hazards and safe systems of work.
Delegates will undertake a workplace project, integrating learning from the course.
On successful completion delegates will be issued with a certificate that is valid for three years.
The course will include the following topics:
- An introduction to safety management and performance (managing individuals and teams).
- Active monitoring (inspections, audit etc).
- Reactive monitoring (incidents, accidents, enforcement, civil claims etc).
- General and specific workplace hazards (manual handling, machinery, fire, noise, vibration, chemicals, construction etc).
- Risk assessment and risk control measures.
- Review and audit.
- Key and relevant health and safety legislation (HASAWA, PUWER, LOLER, CDM etc).
You can enquire about this course by contacting our team via:
Telephone: +44 (0)3302 231124
BlueChip Safety Ltd,
Head office: 86-90 Paul Street, London, EC2A 4NE
Tel: +44 (0)3302 231124
Call us today on
+44 (0)330 223 1124
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