Training in Occupational Health, Welfare & Safety Management
- Tel: 01-8079746
Safety and Health at Work
QQI/FETAC Level 5 D20165
Who should attend:
This course is designed for any personnel requiring an introduction to OHSAS 18001:2007, including health and safety managers/advisors, quality managers, environmental managers/advisors, integrated risk managers and any other personnel with a desire to understand the management framework approach of OHSAS 18001:2007. This course is of benefit to all personnel, whether they have a basic or advanced knowledge of health and safety management, as it discusses health and safety management in terms of the OHSAS 18001:2007 framework.
This introduction course provides attendees with an overview of the principles behind the management of health and safety in the workplace and the requirements of OHSAS 18001:2007. The course introduces the requirements and benefits of health and safety management systems using the risk management assessment framework of OHSAS 18001:2007. On completion learners will have the knowledge necessary to develop or manage H&S in their workplace.
All QMS Solutions trainings are tailored to the specific training needs of the learner given their specific roles, responsibilities and training objectives. Training manuals are developed in consultation with the learner and / or client to ensure our trainings are practical in terms of the organizations needs now and into the future. Training manuals and course content are based on industry best practice, applicable legislation / regulatory requirements, QQI/ FETAC criteria and international standards. As Quality Management Consultants the emphasis when developing management systems and subsequent provision of training is always customer / client focused.
Topics covered within our uality management modules may include the following as appropriate to your training needs;
- Introduction to OHSAS 18001:2008
- Overview of the standard
- Structure and content of the standard
- Scope, description and application
- Mandatory documentation requirements
- Implementing the OH&S Management System
- System Requirements (PDCA cycle)
- Process Requirements (Inputs –Activities–Outputs)
- Maintaining the OH&S Management System
- Introduction to the legislation
- Employers responsibilities and obligations
- Employees responsibilities and obligations
- Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessments
- VDU Assessments
- Manual Handling
- Accident and Incident Management systems
- OH&S Performance Measurement, Analysis and
- OH&S Audits
- Audit Planning
- Conducting Health, Safety & Welfare Audits
- Auditor Responsibilities
- Preparing Audit Reports
Training methodologies include the use of case studies, sample documentation / templates, and questionnaires. All learners are supplied with training manuals and supporting process documentation. Trainings are interactive in that learners are encouraged through the use of the above resources to participate and therefore, contribute their views and opinions based on their own experience.
The duration of the training course is subject to client specification and learner objectives. Minimum mandatory schedules apply – 1 day.
€250 development cost and €90 per participant thereafter. Minimum Daily Rates Apply.
All learners are awarded a QQI / FETAC Component Certificate on successful completion of the course.