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    IOSH Working Safely

    Course Objective
    • Learning aims - To provide learners with an understanding of how their actions in the workplace contribute to safety and health - To ensure that learners clearly understand their safety and health responsibilities
    The following points shall be discussed in the course:
    • Identify why it is important to work safely 
    • Identify everyone’s responsibilities in relation to safety, health, and well-being in the workplace 
    • Define key terms in safety and health 
    • Identify workplace hazards and risks, their impact, and how to control them
    • Identify ways safety, health and well-being are managed and improved in the workplace
    Activities
    • Classroom with Theoretical and Practical Implementation 
    Pass requirements:
    • Pass BOTH short answers written assessment including hazard spotting part

    Session 1: Introducing working safely

    • Why it is important to work safely?
    • Who is responsible for safety and health in the workplace?
    • An organization’s responsibilities for safety and health 
    • Who has responsibility for workers’ actions?
    • Video & Quiz/Game
    Session 2: Defining hazard and risk
    • The six hazard groups: - mechanical - physical-chemical - environmental - biological - organizational 
    • Hazards that are not easy to identify 
    • What is meant by the terms ‘hazard’ and ‘risk’?
    • What is meant by the term ‘risk assessment’?
    • What is meant by the terms ‘likelihood’ and ‘consequence’?
    • Deciding on what actions to take to control risk 
    • What is meant by the term ‘reasonably practicable?
    • Risk Assessment board games ( 3 different scenarios)
    Session 3: Identifying common hazards
    • An overview of the following common hazards, including how they can cause harm and what can be done about them: - 
    • aggression and violence - asbestos - bullying - chemicals and harmful substances - computer workstations - confined spaces - drugs and alcohol - electricity - fire - getting in and out - heights - housekeeping - lighting - manual handling - noise - personal hygiene - plant and machinery - slips and trips - stress - temperature - vehicles and transport - welfare facilities.
    • Video 
    Session 4: Improving safety performance
    • What an organisation can do to manage and improve safety and health in the workplace?
    • Workers’ responsibilities for improving safety and health in the workplace?
    • How attitude and behavior can affect safety and health in the workplace?
    • What a ‘safe system of work is?
    • What a ‘permit to work is?
    • How safety signs can play an important part in communicating safety and health information?
    • Using personal protective equipment (PPE) 
    • The safety and health of other people who may come on site, including contractors, visitors, and members of the public
    • The role of safety committees and worker representatives in safety and health
    • Types of workplace inspections and  Emergency procedures
    • What is meant by the terms ‘incident’, ‘accident’, and ‘near miss?
    • Reporting incidents, including near misses and accidents
    • First aid provision
    • The role of the safety and health enforcement inspector
    • Health surveillance and monitoring 
    Session 5: Assessing Learners
    •  Part A: Knowledge and comprehension This consists of 20 questions in a variety of formats. 
    • Part B: Practical application of learning This consists of four hazard-spotting questions plus four questions about the harm caused by hazards and the best ways to control them. 

    • Anyone employed or looking to be employed
    • Anyone working in the oil and gas industry

    • Session 1: Introducing working safely
    • Session 2: Defining hazard and risk
    • Session 3: Identifying common hazards
    • Session 4: Improving safety performance
    • Session 5: Assessing Learners


    Pass requirements:

    • Pass BOTH short answers written assessment including hazard spotting part

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