- Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Managing Safety Course;
- General Health and Safety Course for the Nuclear Industry.
Course Delivery style
Memorable and thought provoking facts and case studies help drive the points home over the whole course.
Each module is backed by crystal clear examples and recognisable scenarios, and summaries reinforce the key learning points.
The course includes checklists and other materials for delegates to try out and then use when they get back to their own workplaces.
Little ‘down time’ – the programme can be delivered flexibly so that it suits your business.
Efficient and effective learning – health, safety and environmental basics are covered in a single programme.
Greater productivity as fewer hours are lost due to sickness and accidents.
Improved company-wide safety awareness culture and appreciation for safety measures Active staff involvement to improve the workplace.
Enhanced reputation within the supply chain.
General Health and Safety Course for the Nuclear Industry
A five-day course aimed at middle managers in developing Nuclear Industries
- To understand and apply health and safety methodologies to the nuclear working environment;
- To drive a positive health and safety at work culture;
- To apply the practice and principles to produce solutions to health and safety issues.
General Principles and Overview of relevant EU Standards
- Relevant EU Policies and EU Law
- EU Standards, Countries Standards
- Health and Safety Policy
- Planning Direction
*Policy, Organisation, Planning, Implementation, Monitoring, Audit, Review.
Health and Safety Compliance Audits
- Safety Audit Process – ISO 18001
- Requirements for inspection
- Case Studies
- Drawing Conclusions
- Principles of risk assessment
- Failure Modes and Effects Analyses
ALARP/A (As Low As Reasonable Practicable/Achievable)
- Concept of ALARP
- Industrial Health and Safety
- Safety signs, signals and standards
- Confined Spaces
- Flammable and Explosive Atmospheres
- Slips, trips and Falls
- Lifting Equipment
- Display Screen Equipment (DSE)
- Work Equipment
- Chemical Hazards
- Working at Height
Selection and Training of appropriate staff
- Organizational Culture
- Health and safety Culture
Effectiveness of Safety Culture
- Positive Culture Indicators
- Negative Culture Factors
- Influences and Behavior
- Cultural Change
Modern approaches to Workforce protection
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Examples/Case Studies
- What can go wrong?
Incident Investigation and Risk Management
- Internal Investigation
- Interpretation of Findings
- Drawing Conclusions
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