This IOSH course which is exclusive to Fife College Training and Development will give candidates an excellent understanding of how to manage contractors to ensure the safety of clients’ and contractors’ staff and control client organisation's legal liability.
What You Study
Any organisation which uses contractors will find this course an invaluable tool in helping them to understand the civil and criminal law implications presented when using contractors. The course content will additionally ensure candidates can apply a practical five step approach to effectively manage contractors to ensure client organisations they are complying with their legal duties.
Candidates attending the training can be assured that they will receive relevant and up to date information to ensure they can fulfil their responsibilities thanks to the accreditation of the course by IOSH, the world’s biggest professional health and safety organisation.
- Understand the civil and criminal implication for client organisations when engaging contractors and apply strategies to ensure compliance
- Understand the common types of contract used and the level of liability pursuant to each type of contract
- Understand and apply a five step approach to managing contractor safety
- Be able to ensure through contract management the health and safety of people.
Duration and Attendance
This one day course is delivered at Carnegie Conference Centre. A short multiple choice exam is required.
No formal entry requirements.