(National examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health)
NEBOSH IGC course is for any individual seeking to advance their knowledge of health and safety through an internationally accredited qualification. This qualification focuses on international standards and management systems, employment sector, in all parts of the world. NEBOSH IGC certificate is the first step and key foundation for higher professional qualifications in the field of HSE.
- Element 1 – Foundations in health and safety
- Element 2 – Health and Safety Management System
- Element 3 – Health and Safety Management System Organizing
- Element 4 – Health and Safety Management System Planning
- Element 5 – Health and Safety Management System Measuring Audit and Review
- Element 1 – Work Place hazards and Risk Control
- Element 2 – Transport Hazards and Risk Control
- Element 3 – Musculoskeletal Hazards and risk control
- Element 4 – Work equipment hazards and risk control
- Element 5 – Electrical Safety
- Element 6 – Fire Safety
- Element 7 – Chemical and biological health hazards and risk control
- Element 8 – Physical and psychological health hazards and risk control
- Health and Safety Practical Application
Ideal for managers, supervisors, fresher and personnel accountable for health and safety responsibilities.
A team of experienced and highly qualified professionals and ATP’s from NEBOSH are conducting this course.
This course is delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos and hands-on practice on modern CAD/CAM specific computers.
Participants will be able to:
- Outline the scope and nature of occupational health and safety
- Understand key requirements for health and safety management systems
- Explain the principals and practice of risk assessment
- Outline the principals, purpose and role of active and reactive monitoring
- Explain the purpose of and procedures for health and safety auditing
- Outline common health, welfare and work environment requirements in the workplace
- Explain the hazards and controls measures for assessing risks from manual handling
- Understand and explain the hazards and risks associated with the use of electricity and electrical tools in the workplace
- Outline the hazards, risk and control measures associated with chemical and biological substances
- Identify typical workplace hazards and develop suitable control measures
- Prepare management reports on health and safety improvements.