NEBOSH HSE Award in Managing Risks and Risk Assessment at Work

NEBOSH HSE Award in Managing Risks and Risk Assessment at Work

Introduction
NEBOSH HSE Award in Managing Risks and Risk Assessment at Work, is an introductory level qualification that looks at health and safety risk management at work and the process to be adopted for controlling health and safety risks caused by
workplace hazards.
This qualification has been designed to assist staff or volunteers involved in managing workplace risks and who undertake risk assessments, to confidently identify sensible and proportionate precautions to control the risks in the workplace. The syllabus and
accompanying workbook have been developed by NEBOSH, in conjunction with Great Britain’s Health and Safety Regulator, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), and is based on published HSE guidance.

On completion of the course, learners will:
• Understand that risk management is about taking practical steps to protect people from real harm and suffering rather than a bureaucratic back covering exercise.
• Understand how to identify hazards that may need controlling and the resources that can be used to assist in this.
• Use simple, HSE tools and methods to confidently manage risk in a low to medium risk premises
• Evaluate risks in a proportionate and sensible manner.

Training Methodology

Combination of lectures, case studies, role play and classroom exercises.

Assessment

The Award in Managing Risk and Risk Assessment at Work has one assessment

you must achieve a ‘Pass’ in the unit to be awarded the qualification

Certification

Award in Managing Risk and Risk Assessment at Work from NEBOSH.

Available Dates
Starting: September, 01, 2024
Ending: September, 01, 2024
Venue: Classroom 1
Total Fees: 80 BHD
Program Details
Awarding Body: NEBOSH, NEBOSH Awards
Targeted Audience
Team leaders
Supervisors
Facilities managers
Managers
Health and Safety Professionals
Operations and Maintenance Staff
Electrical Engineers
Environmental Officers
Safety Representatives
Fees Details
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