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NEBOSH National Diploma

The NEBOSH National Diploma sold by HSS Training. This course builds directly on the knowledge gained in the NEBOSH National General Certificate or the NEBOSH National Construction Certificate. 

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Product number: NEBOSH_DIP|2905

This course builds directly on the knowledge gained in the NEBOSH National General Certificate or the NEBOSH National Construction Certificate.

Entry Requirements
Delegates must have successfully completed the NEBOSH National General Certificate (NGC) or NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety (NCC) courses prior to attending this course.

Unit A: Managing Health and Safety
A1: Principles of health and safety management
A2: Loss causation and incident investigation
A3: Measuring and reviewing health and safety performance
A4: Identifying hazards, assessing and evaluating risk
A5: Risk control
A6: Organisational factors
A7: Human factors
A8: Principles of health and safety law
A9: Criminal law
A10: Civil law

Unit B: Hazardous Agents in the Workplace
B1: Principles of toxicology and epidemiology
B2: Hazardous substances and other chemicals - assessment of risk
B3: Hazardous substances and other chemicals - engineering controls and personal protective equipment
B4: Monitoring and measuring
B5: Biological agents
B6: Physical agents (1) - noise and vibration
B7: Physical agents (2) - radiation
B8: Psychological agents
B9: Musculoskeletal risks and controls
B10: Work environment risks and controls
B11: Managing occupational health

Unit C: Workplace and Work Equipment
C1: General workplace issues
C2: Principles of fire and explosion
C3: Workplace fire risk assessment
C4: Storage, handling and processing of dangerous substances
C5: Work equipment (general)
C6: Work equipment (workplace machinery)
C7: Work equipment (mobile, lifting and access)
C8: Electrical safety and Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
C9: Construction hazards and controls
C10: Workplace transport and driving for work
C11: Pressure system hazards and controls

Unit D: Application of Health and Safety Theory and Practice
Delegates are required to use the knowledge gained in the above units to make a detailed review of the health and safety performance of a workplace and produce a justified action plan to improve performance. The expected length of the assignment is around 8,000 words. The level of work should be that expected of a competent occupational health and safety practitioner working within an organisation.

The NEBOSH National Diploma is a degree level health and safety qualification intended specifically for those who wish to become health and safety professionals, such as health and safety managers, consultants and advisors.

Upon successful completion of this course delegates will receive a NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health.
This course is delivered in partnership with Phoenix Health & Safety.
Centre number 614

This course builds directly on the knowledge gained in the NEBOSH National General Certificate or the NEBOSH National Construction Certificate.

Entry Requirements
Delegates must have successfully completed the NEBOSH National General Certificate (NGC) or NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety (NCC) courses prior to attending this course.

Unit A: Managing Health and Safety
A1: Principles of health and safety management
A2: Loss causation and incident investigation
A3: Measuring and reviewing health and safety performance
A4: Identifying hazards, assessing and evaluating risk
A5: Risk control
A6: Organisational factors
A7: Human factors
A8: Principles of health and safety law
A9: Criminal law
A10: Civil law

Unit B: Hazardous Agents in the Workplace
B1: Principles of toxicology and epidemiology
B2: Hazardous substances and other chemicals - assessment of risk
B3: Hazardous substances and other chemicals - engineering controls and personal protective equipment
B4: Monitoring and measuring
B5: Biological agents
B6: Physical agents (1) - noise and vibration
B7: Physical agents (2) - radiation
B8: Psychological agents
B9: Musculoskeletal risks and controls
B10: Work environment risks and controls
B11: Managing occupational health

Unit C: Workplace and Work Equipment
C1: General workplace issues
C2: Principles of fire and explosion
C3: Workplace fire risk assessment
C4: Storage, handling and processing of dangerous substances
C5: Work equipment (general)
C6: Work equipment (workplace machinery)
C7: Work equipment (mobile, lifting and access)
C8: Electrical safety and Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
C9: Construction hazards and controls
C10: Workplace transport and driving for work
C11: Pressure system hazards and controls

Unit D: Application of Health and Safety Theory and Practice
Delegates are required to use the knowledge gained in the above units to make a detailed review of the health and safety performance of a workplace and produce a justified action plan to improve performance. The expected length of the assignment is around 8,000 words. The level of work should be that expected of a competent occupational health and safety practitioner working within an organisation.

The NEBOSH National Diploma is a degree level health and safety qualification intended specifically for those who wish to become health and safety professionals, such as health and safety managers, consultants and advisors.

Upon successful completion of this course delegates will receive a NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health.
This course is delivered in partnership with Phoenix Health & Safety.
Centre number 614
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