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Hazard Spotting training

This course is for anyone in a workplace environment and is intended to increase individuals' awareness of hazards, ability to identify hazards and understanding of the need for communication to control hazards and reduce accidents. The course would be particularly useful to Managers, Supervisors and Health and Safety Representatives.

By the end of the course, candidates will be expected to carry out practical inspections of the workplace, spot hazards and controls and to record their findings on simple forms.

Who should attend?

The course would be particularly useful to Managers, Supervisors and Health and Safety Representatives

Course Content:

The qualification covers the following topics:

  • What are hazards?
  • Why accidents occur
  • How to inspect for hazards and the need for recording
  • Control measures
  • Practical hazard spotting exercise
Course Duration:

Half day

Entry Requirements:

None

Delivery Method:

By use of exercises, handouts and group work etc in an informal setting, either on your premises or in our training room. Each student receives a copy of the textbook and handouts. Our courses are conducted in English, but a range of foreign language papers and work books are available for candidates who would find it easier.

Ofqual Accredited:

No

Qualification:

Norman Gentry Consulting Certificate of Attendance will be issued to all delegates successfully completing the course.

Course Evaluation:

At the end of the course, as part of our quality monitoring procedures and to contribute to the on-going development and improvement of the programme, all delegates will be asked to complete a course evaluation.

Suggested progression on completion:

C.I.E.H. Level 3 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace

Fees:

Details are available on application.

How do you book this course?

This course is usually run in-house. Contact us for further details

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