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 NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety

NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety

The NEBOSH National Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health is a qualification for people who are involved in health and safety at work. Such people will include managers and supervisors with responsibilities for health and safety, as well as safety representatives. The syllabus is given a practical rather than a theoretical treatment and, where possible, related to the work experience of the individuals.

For example, noise can be related to the introduction of word processing in an office as well as the more traditional venues of metalwork or woodworking machinery.

Course fees:

Material: £0.00 Exam: £ 125.00 Tuition: £870.00

Awarding Body:

NEBOSH
What You Will Learn
Entry Requirements
The intended learning outcome is that the candidate will be able to:

  • Ensure that the requirements of health and safety legislation are applied in the workplace.
  • Use a knowledge of the human and organisation problems that mitigate against a safe and healthy work environment.
  • Carry out safety inspections, identifying the common hazards and unsafe practices likely to be found in a workplace, and recommending remedial action.
  • Investigate events which led, or might have led, to an injury; to make logical and cost effective proposals to prevent a repetition and maintain records of such incidents.
  • Conduct training for new and inexperienced workers.
  • Communicate effectively with employees and management.
  • Liaise effectively with official bodies and enforcement agencies.
The syllabus is divided into three parts:
NCG 1 - Management of Health & Safety
GC 2 - Controlling Workplace Hazards
GC 3 - The Practical Assessment
There are no formal entry requirements, however experienceof Health and Safety would be beneficial.