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level 1 award in principles of health and safety in the workplace
The Level 1 Award in Principles of Health and Safety in the Workplace is designed to raise awareness of health and safety and is applicable to anyone; particularly in preparation for entering a work environment. The qualification covers the importance of health and safety in the workplace, hazards and risks, workplace conditions that can affect health and safety and the requirements for workplace procedures.
level 2 in occupational health and safety
The purpose of the qualification is to develop learners’ knowledge and skills in areas of health and safety including fire safety, display screen equipment, control of hazardous substances and manual handling. It is suitable for learners who wish to progress to further learning, to prepare for employment or learners who are already in employment as continuous professional development.
level 2 in health and safety in the workplace
The Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace is designed to raise awareness of health and safety and is applicable to anyone in a work environment. The qualification covers legislation, basic health and safety, hazards and risks and raises awareness of control methods.
level 3 in health and safety in the workplace
The Level 3 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace provides learners with a thorough understanding of health and safety, especially the importance of monitoring staff and controls. The qualification introduces the requirements for a structured management approach to health and safety and the key factors in implementing health and safety policy. It is aimed at anyone working in a supervisory position.
courses are delivered onsite, at a venue or by distance learning
to make your first step towards meeting your obligation for health and safety complete the contact form detailing your requirements or simply register your interest for one of the above qualifications
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