The certificate is intended for managers, supervisors and staff from all sectors who have responsibilities within an organisation for health and safety.
These appointed representatives have a legal responsibility and it is essential for them to have a broad understanding of health and safety issues. The certificate will enable them to facilitate management of workplace risk and provide the knowledge and training to become effective safety officers.
The course is practically based and gives a comprehensive guide to running a minimum risk organisation. It consists of three parts, the first two parts having an examination paper each – both of two hours duration. Delegates are also required to submit two written reports for the practical assessment. NGC1: Management of Health & Safety Including Methods of controlling risks Effective communication Investigation of accidents Maintenance of safety records Compliance with legal requirements Health and safety policy GC2: Controlling Workplace Hazards Including Hazards and safe systems of work Fire prevention and measures and actions in the event of a fire Controlling health hazards GC3: Practical Assessment This session allows delegates to inspect a working environment, identify hazards and evaluate the health and safety situation
This course is normally delivered over 13 days at Royal Chambers. Achievement of the National General Certificate fulfills the academic requirements for Technician membership (Tech IOSH) of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).
CON/HSOC_NEBNGC-DISCOUNTColeg Gwent Business (Short Course)
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|Course ID||Start Date||Duration||Course||Venue||Std Price|
|SC7655||17/09/2019||Every Tuesday for 13 weeks||NEBOSH National General Certificate||Pontypool Campus|
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