Classroom Course Introduction

The NEBOSH Health and Safety at Work course is the perfect introduction to safety and health in the workplace. By attending the course you will be giving the basics into helping you to organise and implement a strong safety culture within your business. You will be provided with the skills needed to help you to reduce accidents, identify and deal with potential hazards and reduce costs for the business.

Qualification

  • NEBOSH Health and Safety at Work

Accredited By

  • National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)

The elements you will learn on the course include:

  • Understanding the need for risk assessments and control strategies
  • How to apply control strategies in a number of circumstances surrounding hazards in the workplace which includes electrical, fires, manual handling and transport

Who is the NEBOSH Health and Safety at Work Course Aimed Towards?

The NEBOSH Health and Safety at Work course is designed for anyone who needs to receive health and safety training. Those who can benefit from the course include supervisors and team leaders, HR professionals, facilities managers and those who work with young people in any training environment. It is necessary to have proficient English writing skills to attend the course.

Gain a Recognised NEBOSH Qualification

This is a recognised qualification that is considered to be a great starting point in Health and Safety qualifications. The awarding body is NEBOSH.

Course Duration

The Health and Safety course from NEBOSH lasts for three days and is held at various locations for your convenience.

Assessment and Success

In order to pass the course you will need to pass the assessments which consist of two elements. These are a practical risk assessment test and a multiple choice examination. A certificate is awarded for each of the units you pass and a Certificate Parchment is issued when you pass the two courses.

Benefits for Employers

Employers are able to benefit from having employees that are able to contribute to the health and safety in the workplace and risk assessments. You can help to control the risks and reduce the amount of incidents and accidents by having qualified staff on-board.

Follow-on Course

The follow-on course is the NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety which consists of three separate units.