This course has six main strands:
- Risk Assessment
- Common Hazards & Environment
- Safety Management Systems
- Accident & Incident Reporting
- The Supervisor's Role in the above
Purpose of sessions
- Understand the importance of managing health and safety at work.
- Understand the contributory factors which can cause accidents
- Increase awareness of personal safe behaviours and the need to promote safe behaviours within the work team .
- Recognise the vital role that a supervisor plays in the overall H& S management process.
Reasons for Managing Safely:
- Legal & Financial
- The Legal Framework Health and Safety at Work Supervisor’s Responsibility HSE Enforcement
Hazards & Risks:
- Risk Assessment,
- types & process,
- Hierarchy of Control
- Permit to Work Systems:
- Issue, receipt, clearance, cancellation and application.
- Health & Safety Management Systems:
- Policies, culture and the 4 C’s,
- Measuring performance,
- Active & reactive monitoring,
- Workplace inspections & safety audits,
- Communication & consultation,
- CDM 2015 & Offshore Safety cases (as relevant).
Investigating Accidents & Incidents:
- Barriers to reporting,
- Importance of investigating & reporting,
- Accident causation & the domino theory,
- Spheres of influence,
- Human failure,
- Investigation process,
- Common Hazards in the workplace:
- The top 5 identified by the delegates,
- Working at height,
- Noise & vibration.
Common Hazards in the workplace:
- Manual handling,
- Mechanical & nonmechanical
- Association with machinery,
- Confined spaces,
- Site vehicles,
- Lifting operations.
- Protecting the Environment:
- Aspect & Impacts,
- Waste control,
- Emergencies & spills.
- IOSH Assessment: For Managing Safely in the Engineering Construction Industry.