The Managers Role in Health and Safety

  • March 11, 2014 /
  • by keeper /
  • safety /

Course Title:  The Managers Role in Health & Safety
Duration:  2 Days

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This Course is for:  Senior and middle levels of managerial staff.

Course Aims:

  • To provide candidates with an understanding of their Legislative, economic and moral responsibilities for Health & Safety in the workplace.
  • To develop candidates ability to manage and evaluate the provision of workplace health and safety.

Course Contents:

  • Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
  • Management of Health and Safety at Work Act 1999
  • Employer and Employee responsibilities
  • Other relevant Legislation including 6 pack
  • The positive impact of good Health & Safety on company performance
  • Risk Assessment as the basis for effective Health & Safety performance
  • Encouraging positive commitment to Health & Safety
  • Using Health & Safety statistics
  • Accident investigation & reporting

Course Outcomes:

  • A broad understanding of Health & Safety Legislation
  • An awareness of the importance of clearly identified levels of responsibility for Health & Safety
  • A grounding in the use of accident reporting and investigations to improve performance

On completion of this training a certificate of attendance will be issued.

Maximum number of Delegates:  12

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