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Part-Time Cima Paper P2 Performance Management - Managerial Level

Newcastle-under-Lyme College (NULC)

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Risk Management (IOSH ?Managing the Risk Assessment & Risk Control Processes') 1, 1.5 & 2 day Courses Overview Risk Management training for managers must, surely, be the cornerstone of any purposeful health & safety strategy. Without the buy-in and competence of our managers, there can be no real commitment to effective health and safety practice. We pride ourselves in having specialised in this vital area of training and understand just how critical the selection of an appropriate provider can be to the future success of any health & safety initiative. Our track-record, since 1992, of providing effective and practical risk management training to managers in both the public and private sectors is second to none. We can, of course, provide an extensive list of references from a wide variety of sectors to underline our credibility and experience in providing this risk management training in a ?real world' context - one that recognises that ?health & safety' has to find its place amongst all the other constraints on management time and resources. The course is most effectively run in its 1.5 and 2-day formats - giving time for in-course practical sessions and an end-ofcourse action-planning workshop. In the 2-day version there is also time to explore in-house systems and processes. The 1-day version is an intensive taught-course best suited to those already involved with risk management but who simply want to upgrade and update their knowledge of evolving best-practice. All the versions of the course are intensive and challenging, but also practical and constructive, aimed at achieving buy-in through a reasoned ?real-world' approach to becoming ever-more effective in this vitally important area of health & safety management. All courses are certificated by IOSH and, as such, have both an end of course practical and multiple-choice test. Aims To provide line, middle and senior managers, in all sectors, with the practical knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to be able to discharge their health & safety risk management responsibilities effectively. To help delegates develop, implement and maintain productive and practical systems for health & safety risk management in their areas of responsibility. Learning objectives To give all managers a better practical understanding of: Responsibilities, accountabilities and liabilities in modern health & safety management Links with operational/service or business risk management systems Modern legal requirements for health & safety risk management How to identify, evaluate and control health and safety-related risks validly and reliably How to quality assure risk assessments and risk control proposals How to plan more effectively to develop robust local or strategic health & safety management systems and how to avoid some of the pitfalls of poor health & safety management The need for continual improvement and methods for periodic reporting/monitoring of health & safety risk concerns Prerequisites None - but delegates would benefit from looking at and considering the plus and minus points of their own in-house health and safety-related risk assessment and risk control systems prior to attending the course. Who should attend? All line middle and senior managers in all sectors. Anyone with line-management responsibility - and thus accountability - for local or strategic health & safety risk management. Safety and other professionals keen to stay up to date with the latest risk management thinking. Outline Programme - to be tailored to specific organisational requirements/key concerns Introduction The legal, moral and business case for safety management The business case Core values to drive safe behaviour - practical The need for ?embedded' risk management The legal context - key concepts Risk Assessment as the Cornerstone of modern health &safety Risk identification - practical Risk assessment tools, techniques and QA - practical Management of the assessment process itself Managing ?risk n

Risk Management (IOSH ?Managing the Risk Assessment & Risk Control Processes') 1, 1.5 & 2 day Courses Overview Risk Management training for managers must, surely, be the cornerstone of any purposeful health & safety strategy. Without the buy-in and competence of our managers, there can be no real commitment to effective health and safety practice. We pride ourselves in having specialised in this...

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