Duration: 1 day (09:30 - 15:45) 17th & 24th February 2020 in Bromley, Kent (1 min from Bromley North and 10 mins from Bromley South Train stations or pay to park locally).
Course fee: £134 nett per delegate - DISCOUNTED TO £100 NETT / £120 GROSS
Booking subject to terms & conditions.
The Working Safely Course is a one day training session designed to provide the knowledge and tools required to work safely, in any sector.
The course is currently (ends 31st March 2020) recognised by the CITB as an equivalent to a Level 1 Award in Health & Safety in a Construction Environment (face to face only). This means that delegates who successfully complete a classroom-based Working Safely Course can apply for a CSCS Green Labourer card once they have passed the CITB HS&E Operations Test.
Delegates who successfully complete our Working Safely Course can choose to receive the IOSH certificate or an IOSH Safety Passport as proof of their qualification (£5 fee).
The course content includes:
Part 1 – Introducing Working Safely
· Why is it important to work safely?
· Who is responsible for health & safety in the workplace?
· Who has responsibility for worker actions?
Part 2 – Defining Hazard and Risk
· Identifying the six hazards groups
· Hazards which are not easy to identify
· What is meant by terms like ‘hazard’ and ‘risk’, ‘risk assessment’, ‘likelihood’ and ‘consequence’?
· Deciding on what actions to take to the control risk
Part 3 – Identifying Common Hazards
· An overview of common hazards, including how they can cause harm and what can be done about them
Part 4 – Improving Safety Performance
· Worker responsibilities for improving safety and health in the workplace and how attitude and behaviour can affect safety and health in the workplace
· Safe systems of work and Permits to Work
· The safety and health of contractors, visitors and members of the public
· The role of safety committees and worker representatives in safety and health
· Emergency procedures and First Aid provision
· The role of the safety & health enforcement inspector
The course concludes with a 2-part written assessment (30 mins) to measure understanding.