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Graduate Integrated Business Management Diploma Level 6

The Business School of London

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Content of Course Part 1 - Introduction to Health and Safety at Work - Introduction - appreciation of nature of health and safety - Health & Safety Legislation - Health - Causes and prevention of work-related ill health - Safety - Principles of accident prevention - Welfare - Understanding the risks associated with poor welfare Part 2 - Workplace Specific Health and Safety - The Workplace and Work Equipment - Risk Assessment - Manual Handling - Hazardous Substances - Ergonomics and Workstation Design - Working at Heights - Transport and Vehicles - Noise and Vibration Objectives By the end of the programme, the candidate will be able to understand: - - Health and safety requirements placed on employers and employees - Hazard and risk and the main causes of harm to workers - Health, safety and welfare provisions in the workplace - The importance of following safe systems of work, procedures and rules - Hazards and controls in respect of both safety and occupational health risks - How their actions can reduce risks to health and safety Examination Information There is a short multi-choice test at the end of the course. Candidates are required to correctly answer 20 out of 30 questions in order to achieve a Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Foundation Certificate in Health and Safety in the Workplace. This is a course with a minimum of 6 hours tutor contact time.

Content of Course Part 1 - Introduction to Health and Safety at Work - Introduction - appreciation of nature of health and safety - Health & Safety Legislation - Health - Causes and prevention of work-related ill health - Safety - Principles of accident prevention - Welfare - Understanding the risks associated with poor welfare Part 2 - Workplace Specific Health and Safety - The Workplace and...

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