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NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety
The aim of the NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety is to give managers, supervisors, worker representatives and others an understanding of health and safety principles and practices.


NEBOSH Health and Safety at Work
The aim of Unit 1 of the Award in Health and Safety at Work is to give student the necessary knowledge and information to allow them to fully understand the issues, hazards and control that is needed to ensure a safe working environment.


Occupational Health and Safety Foundation

Basic Risk Assessment
The aim of the Risk Assessment course is to provide students with a systematic review of the work activities undertaken as part of the business, looking at what could cause harm, and deciding on suitable control measures to prevent accidents or serious incidents occurring.


Fire Safety Risk Assessment
The aim of the course is to give attendees a broad understanding of workplace fire safety issues that reviews and adds to your existing knowledge, a detailed understanding of the fire risk assessment process and an awareness of current fire safety legislation.


IOSH Managing Safely
The aim of the IOSH Managing Safely course is to assist managers to the get up-to-speed on the practical actions they need to take and gain the knowledge and tools to tackle the safety and health issues they’re responsible for.


IOSH Working Safely
The aim of the IOSH Working Safely course is to improve the safety culture within an organisation by giving individuals a good understanding of their health and safety responsibilities, and teaching them how to keep themselves and others safe at work.


Manual Handling
The aim of the Manual Handling course is to give attendees the information, knowledge and skills required to enable them to carry-out Manual Handling Risk Assessments to ensure all activities undertaken within the workplace are carried out as safely as possible.


Permit to Work
The aim of the Permit to Work course is to give attendees the knowledge, skills and competence to comply with the formal management systems that are in place to control high risk activities.

Accident Investigation
Job Safety Analysis
Job Safety Identification
First Aid at Work

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