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    NEBOSH International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety

    Course Objective
    • The NEBOSH International Diploma is the qualification for aspiring health and safety professionals, building directly upon the foundation of knowledge provided by the NEBOSH International General Certificate. It is designed to provide you with the knowledge and understanding required for undertaking a career as a health and safety professional and it also provides a sound basis for progression to postgraduate study. The International Diploma is recognized and reliable and approximately 3,000 learners have achieved the qualification since its introduction. 
    On Completion of the course, learners will:
    • Understand the role of health and safety legislation, the purpose and principles of enforcement actions, and the role of the United Nations’ International Labour Organization and other non-governmental bodies. 
    • Use different types of health and safety leadership approaches and be able to influence health and safety issues at all levels.
    • Influence organization and health and safety workplace culture.
    • Proactively manage health and safety, taking account of human failures and factors.
    • Manage health and safety competence (both your own and that of the organization).
    • Use a range of hazard identification, risk management, and loss causation techniques.
    • Monitor health and safety performance.
    • Develop your role as a health and safety professional including understanding how it links with Corporate Social Responsibility.
    • Effectively manage organizational change.
    • Manage contractors and supply chains.
    • Control a range of workplace health and well-being issues.
    • Control a range of workplace safety issues.
    The following points shall be discussed in the course:
    • The NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Manual Handling Risk Assessment qualification will equip learners with the knowledge to help recognize, assess and reduce manual handling risks in their organization.
    Pass requirements:
    • Assignment (in four parts - simulations, workplace-based activities, reflective tasks, and a research project)
    • Course duration:
    • 1 year – 5 years (Fixable schedule)

    Activities

    Frequent Application & exam techniques activities

    ID1 preparation workshops - Total of 16 days.
    Day 1
    ID1: Learning Outcome 1 - Welcome + 1                                                   

    • Socio-Legal Models
    • Enforcement
    • The International Labour Organization and its Conventions and Recommendations
    • Non-Governmental Bodies and Health and Safety Standards
    • Third Parties
    • Insurers

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 2

    • ID1: Learning Outcome 2  Element From  2.1 to 2.5                                                    
    • Organizational Structures
    • Leadership
    • Consultation
    • Health and Safety Culture and Behavioural Change Programmes

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 3  

    • Application & exam techniques activities

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 4   

    • ID1: Learning Outcome 2 from 2.6 and 2.7                                                                    
    • Traditional and Proactive Safety Management
    • Risk Perception
    • Human Failures and Human Factors and Improving Human Reliability

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 5

    • ID1 Learning Outcome 3 from 2.6 and 2.7                                                                     
    • Competence, Training, Information, and Supervision
    • High-Reliability Organisations (HRO)

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 6

    • Application & exam techniques activities                                                                         


    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 7

    • ID1 Learning Outcome 4 element 4                                                                                
    • Hazard Identification Techniques
    • Managing Health and Safety Risks
    • Risk Management

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 8

    • ID1 Learning Outcome 5 element 5                                                                              
    • Loss Causation and Quantitative Analysis of Data
    • Measuring and Monitoring

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 9

    • Application & exam techniques activities

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 10

    • ID1 Learning Outcome 6    element 6                                                                              
    • Health and Safety Professional Skills
    • The Role of the Health and Safety Professional
    • The Distinction Between Leadership and Management and How This Can Apply to a Health and Safety Professional
    • The Health and Safety Professional’s Role in Enabling Work Activities As Part of Proportionate and Sensible Risk Management 
    • The Health and Safety Professional’s Role in Change Management
    • The Meaning of the Term ‘Ethics’

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 11

    • ID1 Learning Outcome 7    element 7                                                                               
    • Societal Factors
    • Corporate Social Responsibility
    • Organizational Change

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 12

    • Application & exam techniques activities

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 13                                                                                                                                 

    • ID1 Learning Outcome 8    element 8
    • Supply Chains
    • Definition of “Contractor”
    • Selection of Contractors
    • Managing Health and Safety Within Supply Chains
    • Awareness of Where Modern Slavery May Be Happening in the Supply Chain Duty to Manage Modern Slavery in Supply Chains

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 14

    • Exam technique

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 15                                                                                                                                

    • Revision

    ID1 preparation workshops
    Day 16
    • Application

    Assessment available in March or September 6 weeks open book assessment

    ID2 preparation workshops - total of 14 days
    Assessment available in May or November - 4 weeks open book assessment
    Day 1

    • ID2: Learning Outcome 9.1                                                                                      
    • Principles and Benefits of Vocational Rehabilitation.
    • Basic Principles of the Bio-Psychosocial Model
    • The Importance of Making ‘Reasonable Adjustments’ for Workers with Physical and Mental Ill Health Pre-Placement Health Assessments
    • Managing Long-Term and Short-Term Frequent Sickness Absence and Capability 
    • Vocational Rehabilitation
    • Risk Assessment
    • Occupational Health Services

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 2

    • ID2: Learning Outcome 9.2 + 9.3                                                                                
    • Mental Ill Health at Work
    • Mental Health Controls
    • Well-Being
    • Work-Related Violence 
    • Lone Working
    • Summary
    • Health Surveillance: Health Monitoring and Biological Monitoring
    • Alcohol/Drugs Policy and its Legal Implications
    • Summary

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 3 

    • Application & exam techniques activities

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 4

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 5 

    • ID2: Learning Outcome 9.7 + 9.8                                                                                  
    • Specific Requirements for Working with Asbestos
    • Asbestos Health Risks Control of Asbestos General Preventive Measures Personal Protection
    • Cleaning of Plant and Premises Packing, Transport, and Storage Waste Disposal and Collection
    • Ventilation
    • Identification of Hazards and the Assessment of Risk from Fire
    • Fire Detection and Alarm Systems
    • Fixed and Portable Fire-Fighting Equipment
    • Means of Escape
    • Emergency Evacuation Procedures
    • Introduction to Ventilation
    • Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV)
    • Stages to Carrying out Examination and Testing Interpretation of Reports
    • Introduction to Personal Protective Equipment Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) Types of Respirators
    • Types of Breathing Apparatus (BA)

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 6

    • Application & exam techniques activities

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 7

    • ID2: Learning Outcome 9.6 + 9.11                                                                                
    • Epidemiology and Toxicological Testing
    • Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation, and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)
    • Purpose of Classification of Hazardous Substances, the Globally Harmonised System (GHS), and the Classification, Labelling, and Packaging Regulation (CLP)
    • Health Hazard Classes 
    • Basic Concepts of Noise
    • Definition of Noise
    • Basic Concepts of Noise
    • Physiology of the Ear
    • Effects of Noise Exposure
    • Noise Risk Assessment and Planning for Control Interpretation and Evaluation of Results Hierarchy of Noise Control
    • Control Transmission Pathways
    • Hearing Protection

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 8

    • ID2 Learning Outcome 9.9   + 9.10                                                                            
    • Workplace Monitoring for Hazardous Substances
    • The Concept of Exposure Standards Exposure Monitoring 
    • Methods and Equipment Monitoring Strategy
    • Calculating Exposures Interpretation of Reports
    • Types and Properties of Biological Agents
    • Types of Biological Agent Zoonotic/Vector-Borne Diseases Control Measures
    • Blood-Borne Viruses

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 9

    • Application & exam techniques activities

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 10

    • ID2 Learning Outcome 9.5 + 9.12                                                                                   
    • Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation, and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)
    • Purpose of Classification of Hazardous Substances, the Globally Harmonised System (GHS), and the Classification, Labelling, and Packaging Regulation (CLP)
    • Health Hazard Classes 
    • Basic Concepts of Vibration
    • Definition of Vibration  
    • Basic Concepts of Vibration
    • Whole Body Vibration (WBV) 
    • Hand-Arm Vibration (HAV)

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 11
    • ID2 Learning Outcome 9.14 + 9.15                                                                             
    • Musculoskeletal Injuries and Ill Health
    • Basic Understanding of the Human Musculoskeletal System 
    • Musculoskeletal Risk Factors
    • Risks from repetitive DSE Work
    • The temperature in Moderate and Extreme Thermal Environments
    • Importance of Maintaining Heat Balance in the Body
    • Effects of Working in High and Low Temperatures and Humidity Thermal Comfort
    • Parameters that Affect Thermal Comfort
    • Practical Control Measures
    • Welfare
    • Why it’s Important to Provide Welfare Facilities 
    • Arrangements for Pregnant Women and Nursing Mothers Summary




    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 12
    • Exam technique

    ID2 preparation workshops                                                                                                           
    Day 13                                                                                                                                

    • Revision

    ID2 preparation workshops
    Day 14

    • Application                                                                                                                             
    Assessment available in May or November - 4 weeks open book assessment

    ID3 preparation workshops - total of 14 days
    Assessment available in July or January 4 weeks open book assessment
    Day 1

    • ID3: Learning Outcome 10.1 - Welcome + 10.1                                                             
    • Safe Working Environment
    • Safe Places of Work, Safe Means of Access, and Egress Workplace Lighting 

    ID3 preparation workshops
    Day 2

    • ID3: Learning Outcome -  10.2 & 10.6                                                                
    • Confined Spaces
    • Meaning of the Term ‘Confined Space’
    •  Examples of Confined Spaces in the Workplace
    • Factors to be Considered When Assessing Risk
    • Safe System of Working Practices.
    • Work Equipment and Machinery Maintenance             
    • Hazards and Control Measures Associated with the Maintenance of Work Equipment and Machinery
    • Maintenance Strategies

    ID3 preparation workshops
    Day 3 

    • ID3: Learning Outcome 10.3                                                                                           
    • Flammable and Explosive Materials and the Mechanisms by which they Ignite
    • The behavior of Structural Materials, Buildings, and Building Contents in a Fire
    • Fire and Explosion Prevention and Protection

    ID3 preparation workshops
    Day 4   

    ID3 preparation workshops                                                                  
    Day 5
    • ID3 Learning Outcome 10.4                                                                                            
    • Identification of Hazards and the Assessment of Risk from Fire
    • Fire Detection and Alarm Systems
    • Fixed and Portable Fire-Fighting Equipment
    • Means of Escape
    • Emergency Evacuation Procedures

    ID3 preparation workshops                                                                  
    Day 6

    • ID3 Learning Outcome 10.5                                                                                           
    • Industrial Chemical Processes
    • Storage, Handling, and Transport of Dangerous Substances
    • Emergency Planning
    • Summary

    ID3 preparation workshops                                                                  
    Day 7

    ID3 preparation workshops                                                                  
    Day 8

    • Application & exam techniques activities

    ID3 preparation workshops                                                                                                                                
    Day 9

    • ID3 Learning Outcome 10.8                                                                                          
    • Safety Integration and Machinery Risk Assessment
    • Generic Hazards
    • Machinery Control Systems
    • Summary

    ID3 preparation workshops                                                                                                                                
    Day 10

    • ID3 Learning Outcome 10.9                                                                                           
    • Mobile Work Equipment
    • Applications of Different Types of Mobile Work Equipment Control Measures to be Used for Mobile Work Equipment
    • Lifting Equipment: Hazards and Control Measures
    • Applications and Different Types of Lifting Equipment
    • Hazards Associated with Cranes and Lifting
    • Operations Hazards Associated with Using Hoists and Lifts
    • Lifting Equipment Control Measures

    ID3 preparation workshops                                                                                                                                
    Day 11

    • ID3 Learning Outcome 10.10                                                                                          
    • Hazards of Electricity and Static Electricity
    • Electric Arcs
    • Static Electricity
    • Control Measures for the Use of Electrical Equipment and Working on Electrical Systems
    • High-Voltage Systems
    • Portable Electrical Equipment

    ID3 preparation workshops                                                                                                                                
    Day 12

    • ID3 Learning Outcome 10.11                                                                                         
    • What is Construction?
    • General Health and Safety Duties for Construction Projects
    • Protecting Workers and Others Before and During Construction Work
    • Working at Height 
    • Demolition Work
    • Excavations
    • Summary

    ID3 preparation workshops                                                                                                                                
    Day 13

    • Exam technique

    ID3 preparation workshops                                                                                                       
    Day 14                                                                                                                                

    • Revision                                                                                   
    Assessment available in July or January 4 weeks open book assessment


    The qualification is aimed at.

    • Managers
    • Supervisors
    • HSE Champions
    • Union representatives
    • Aspiring health and safety practitioners.


    Topics Covered

    • This qualification will help you build confidence in your capabilities. Through your studies, you will develop the knowledge and skills to advise on the types of legislation likely to apply, the relevance of ILO and non-government bodies’ guidance, and possible enforcement actions. Above that advise on a range of common workplace health and safety issues including how these can be assessed, controlled, and monitored develop a health and safety policy strategy (including proactive safety, Corporate Social Responsibility, and the change management process)
    • Unit 1: Know workplace health and safety principles
    • Unit 2: Do – controlling workplace health issues
    • Unit 3: Do – controlling workplace safety issues
    Activities
    • Frequent Application & exam techniques activities

    • Basic understanding of Occupational Health and Safety

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