19th to the 21st of February in Salisbury
3-Day Course, plus workbook, exam, certification, refreshments and parking - Only £360 +VAT
19th - 21st of February 2024
The course is being held at;
Dorset Health and Safety, Unit 8, The Portway Centre, 1 Old Sarum Park, Old Sarum, Salisbury SP4 6EB
9am - 4.00pm
Lunch and Refreshments
Delegates can bring their own food and drinks with them should they choose to do so, there is also a shared kitchen on the premises with a coffee machine, microwave oven and refrigerator. A ‘snack van’ visits the centre each morning, a burger van is within a 5 minute walks and and a co-operative store is also sited within walking distance. Refreshments (tea, coffee, and biscuits etc. will be provided throughout the course.
Knowledge and comprehension: Learners are required to complete a standard assessment under examination conditions, which consist of 30 questions in a variety of formats that can be achieved within 45 minutes. The paper has a maximum of 60 marks.
Practical application of learning: Learners are required to complete a workplace risk assessment using either the standard IOSH form or their own company form. This is to be completed within two weeks of the end of the course. The project will be marked using the IOSH criteria which will be explained during the course and has a maximum of 38 marks.
Have I Chosen the Right Course for Me?
The aim of this course is to give managers and supervisors an understanding of everyone’s safety and health responsibilities in the workplace and to enable managers and supervisors to recognise how they can influence, control and monitor risk to improve safety and health issues in the workplace.
The learner will be able to:
1. Describe the key reasons to manage safety and health in the workplace
2. Define the key terms relating to safety and health
3. Identify how the law can have an impact on safety and health in the workplace
4. Describe how to assess, reduce and control risk in the workplace
5. Identify workplace hazards and risks, their impact and how to manage them#
6. Identify how to evaluate and respond to an incident
7. List the benefits and characteristics of an effective health and safety management system
8. Describe the principles that underpin good safety and health performance
There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning it is advised that Learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.
You can expect the highest standards of quality training from suitably qualified trainers, regardless of which training venue or course you have chosen.
You will be treated with respect, courtesy and dignity and due consideration given to your sex/sexual orientation, religious, cultural and philosophical beliefs.
Due consideration will be considered for persons with physical or learning impairments and reasonable adjustments made wherever possible. Please inform us if you have any such impairment at least 6 weeks prior to the start of the course and please note that this must be backed up with written evidence from a recognised body/professional and be no older than 5-years prior to the exam.
Unfortunately, as the classroom is located on the first floor and with no lift facility, delegates with certain physical impairments may find it access challenging.
Timings for the delivery of the course will be from 09:00 to approximately 16:30 daily; a lunch break and several short refreshment breaks will be included throughout the day. Please try to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start time each day.
Contact can be made with the Learning Advisor at any time. All queries will be answered in a transparent and efficient manner, the contact details for him are as follows:
Mr Stuart Gilkinson
Tel: 07841 023522