Safety Simplified is a new approach in health and safety training that is relevant to anyone, in any organisation, in any sector.
The course content makes use of the latest technology, such as augmented reality, to provide learning that brings health and safety to life.
Safety Simplified enables learners to develop their skills to take ownership of health and safety policies and strategies in their organisations.
Once you have completed the course, you will be able to:
- make a case for managing health and safety
- including recognising what good health and
- safety management looks like;
- do a general risk assessment in your own
- workplace – inspecting the workplace,
- recognising a range of common hazards,
- evaluating risks (taking account of current
- controls), recommending further control measures and assigning actions;
- understand why incidents happen and
- how to investigate them; and
- help your employer to check their health and
- safety management system effectiveness –
through monitoring, audits and reviews.
- Three days day release or three days block release
Upon completion of Safety Simplified, learners will:
- Understand the reasons for, and benefits of, managing health and safety.
- Recognise common workplace hazards.
- Have an improved understanding of organisational safety measures.
- Understand how to help prevent incidents recurring.
- Appreciate the purpose of inspections and audits.
- Be equipped to contribute to supporting health and safety practices and create a better working environment for everyone.
- Know how to undertake basic health and safety risk assessments and put in place appropriate control measures.
- There are no entry requirements for this qualification, however it is important that learners have a suitable standard of English language in order to understand and articulate the concepts contained in the syllabus.
- NEBOSH National or International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety
- Safety Simplified is ideal for anyone who is looking for an introduction to health and safety issues in the workplace and risk assessment.
- This may include team leaders and supervisors, HR professionals, facilities managers and those training young people in a working environment.