Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) is an umbrella term for the laws, rules, guidance and processes designed to help protect employees, the public and the environment from harm. You will undoubtedly already have health and safety policies and procedures in place. But can you be sure that you are adhering to best practice? Are you complying with local, national and even international regulations? And if you think you are, can you prove it?
Who is responsible for health and safety in your organization? Who should be held accountable to meet legal obligations in safety requirements? Through this course, it will be apparent that workplace safety is the responsibility of everyone in the organization.
Key benefits of attending this workshop
By end of this course, delegates will be able to:
- PROVIDE meaningful understanding of Nebosh
- UPGRADE your knowledge on BBS and human factors
- BE INFORMATIVE regarding responsibilities and legal requirements
- EXAMINE the meaning and extent of the term “Health and Safety Culture”
- MAINTAIN and PROMOTE good standards of health and safety in the workplace
- LEARN your roles and responsibilities as Managers, Supervisors and Directors
- IDENTIFY key features and appropriate content of an effective health and safety policy
- BETTER UNDERSTAND the overall aspect of health and safety through interesting case studies and benchmarking exercises
Who Should Attend?
This intermediate to advanced seminar is ideal to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit those persons responsible for safety within an organisation at a global, regional or local level.
All line managers
Supervisors and team leaders
HSE managers and advisors
Human resources professionals
Who wish to improve their skills and competencies in order to be able to assume their safety responsibilities and effectively carry out their tasks safely in their organization.
Why you should Attend?
In today’s global society organisation faces many challenges to manage Health and Safety effectively.
The challenges that they face include language, terminology, both internal and external cultural differences, varying degrees of health and safety management maturity at the site level and inconsistent levels of commitment to employee safety throughout the company.
This interactive course will look at topics that a company should be aware of to ensure successful health and safety management.
The course will involve participants in discussions, case studies, group work and bench marking exercise to help them to understand the challenges and how to manage them.
- Case studies and examples included will bring to life the components that will be discussed and dissected over the two days.