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UK‐Accredited Industry Qualifications (IQ) Level 1 Award in Health and Safety at Work

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Lagos State, Nigeria

27 - 28 Jul, 2015  2 day

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This is the basic course for anyone with a responsibility for maintaining their own safety, or managing the safety of others, in a work‐place environment. The course can benefit people either working or intending to work as health supervisors, health managers and senior safety personnel and other personnel with a specific responsibility for managing Health and Safety.

Course Material

Course Handbook, Videos, Power Point Presentation, Safety Signs and Personal Protective Equipment

Learning Outcomes

Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of how to manage health and safety in the workplace, develop health auditing and monitoring programmes, and design safe practices and procedures.

Delivery Assessment:

Classroom‐Based Learning, Guided Exercises, Group Projects and Practical Exercises.

Qualification:

On completion of the course and having been successful in the end of course multiple‐choice exam and the practical classroom assessment, participants will receive an IQ (Industry Qualification) ‘Level 1 Qualification in Health and Safety’.

 Course material includes:

  • Introduction to Health and Safety at Work
  • Health and Safety Regulations
  • Personal Protective equipment (PPE)
  • Safety Signs
  • Environment – Ventilation, Lighting, Temperature
  •  Hazards
  •  Risk Assessments
  • Slips, Trips and Falls
  • Work Station and Screen Health and Safety Management
  • Reporting and Record Keeping

 A Message from the Tutor

The Health and Safety at Work Act according to Nigeria Factories Act (No 16 of 1987), requires employers to provide adequate information, instruction, training and supervision in order to ensure work is carried out within a safe and healthy environment. Training is usually required at the following stages of employment:

  • Induction (and sometimes pre‐employment)
  • At the beginning of a new work activity
  • Refresher training to ensure competence is maintained
  • All staff should be given basic health and safety information about their workplace, usually at induction.
  • In addition, in‐house or outside training on relevant health and safety matters should be made available to employees at the earliest opportunity.

I hope that we will see you on this course

Ikeja, Lagos State Jul 27 - 28 Jul, 2015

08166315984