The modules covered are as follows:
managing safely - This section ensures managers understand that
health and safety isn’t just an add on to their role; they are actually
accountable for their teams.
Assessing risks - The second section defines and demystifies
“risk” and “risk assessment”. During this section, managers will learn and use
a simple risk scoring system.
Controlling risks - In section three, the session will cover how to
cut risks down. This will be focused on the best techniques to control key
risks and how to choose the correct method.
Understanding your responsibilities - In this section, managers
will look at the demands of the law and how the legal system works. For
example, as a site supervisor, where would your health and safety
responsibilities lie. Identifying
hazards - During
this section, all the main issues in which any operation has to deal with are
covered. For example, entrances, exits, work traffic, fire risk assessment,
chemicals and electricity. Investigating
accidents and incidents - This section covers why accidents should be
investigated, why things go wrong and how to carry out an investigation when
performance - Section seven explains how
checking performance can help improve health and safety. Managers will learn
how to develop basic performance indicators and quality management.