This course will help participants and organizations understand the essence ofWorkplace safety compliance which are a set of predefined rules for workers and workplace safety which is mandatory to followed by each organization. Workplace safety includes high risk especially when workers are working in a hazardous sector. Workplace safety compliance involves hazard identification and control according to government standards and ongoing safety training and education for employees.
Policies and procedures need to set in place to ensure the safety and health of employees within a workplace.
What you will learn
- Know the consequences of failing to manage health and safety correctly
- Understand the significant hazards and risks associated with your business and the actions to control them
- Understand the principles of occupational safety and health management systems, in the context of plan, do check, and act
- Recognise the importance of integrating health and safety objectives with other business objectives in order to minimise overall risk
- Understand the health and safety roles and responsibilities of senior executives.
- Basics of Health & Safety
- Health & Safety Management System
- Standards & Audit
- Regulating Health & Safety
Exam Method: Non-supervised online exam. Exam can be taken any time at your convenience.
Exam Format: Q & A submission
About iHSE Council:
iHSE Council is an independent accreditation body specializing in accreditation and approval of byte sized online and distance education providers, both in the UK and overseas. Course approvals by iHSE Council is independent and unbiased and the accreditation of such courses is undertaken by an expert panel of HSE professionals who have a wealth of relevant experience.
The benefits of iHSE approved courses are based on:
- Learning, Teaching and Research Activity
- Quality Assurance and Enhancement
- Awards and Qualifications
- Marketing and Recruitment of Students
- Systems Management and Compliance with local HSE Regulations
Upon successfully completion of atleast 3 iHSE Council approved courses, participants are eligible to use the term ‘MIHSEC’ against their name initials.