City & Guilds - Health and Safety
By the end of the course, participants will appreciate the main elements of key pieces of health and safety legislation. They will be able to appreciate the factors which contribute to risk and conduct risk assessments regarding topics such as manual handling, machinery and fire. A nationally recognised badge of achievement through City & Guilds.
Suitable for: Managers, supervisors and staff that require a knowledge of health and safety risk assessment, legislation and best practice
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No course pre-requisites other than a good grasp of English
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Dr Alistair Bromhead
Health and Safety Consultant
Alistair is an independent consultant with over 15 years experience of health, safety & environmental issues in the UK and Europe. He provides health, safety and environmental management consultancy services across a range of sectors. He has particular experience in manual handling, noise management and resource efficiency issues. Alistair developed the City & Guilds Certificate in Manual Handling Train the Trainer course and is the only trainer in the UK able to offer the qualification - no other course can provide the C&G Certificate.
This two day City & Guilds accredited course, typically run in-house, has been developed to help companies to keep abreast of an ever increasing body of legislation and best practice regarding health and safety issues. It is typically run on an in-house basis to allow tailoring to your company needs and where possible, to facilitate practical risk assessment on your premises.
- Nationally recognised certificate
- Intensive 2 day course
- Delivered with with a practical perspective
- Can be tailored to your topics of interest
- Facilitates practice on risk assessment for your company issues
Topics which are covered in some depth include legislation and risk assessment practice relating to machinery, manual handling, fire, noise and hazardous substances - though topics can be varied to suit the needs of your company
A practical and interactive course which avoids too much theory and concentrates on the information and techniques which will be beneficial on a daily basis
Good foundation for further courses in health and safety
Students per class: 12