NEBOSH Health & Safety Courses
As a NEBOSH the course is mandatory for many jobs, many people choose to use this course as one of the first steps towards an H&S career.
So what does a NEBOSH health and safety course
During the two-week national general certificate course, the delegates will acquire valuable knowledge of important H&S legislations and practical applications. Learning how to spot workplace hazards and how best to prevent them in future, in order to assist in company safety management.
This will be projected in clear, jargon-free language in order to focus on real-world applications, in order to transfer these new skills into the workplace.
Upon completion of the NEBOSH health and safety course, the delegates will be awarded a National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health – which is nationally recognised and respected independent industry body.
NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety
The NEBOSH Certificate in Construction Health & Safety is an established H&S award for the construction industry, with over 10,000 successful candidates since it began in 1989.
What type of Professional takes the NEBOSH Certificate in Construction Health and Safety?
The certificate level NEBOSH health and safety training for construction is aimed at supervisors, managers and any employee whose roles come under the construction design and management regulations, and are required to ensure that activities under their control are done safely. In other words the course is designed to ensure that individuals in management positions are properly equipped with the appropriate knowledge and information to make correct day-to-day decisions, in order to protect the safety of their workers.
It is incredibly useful for those working with the management of buildings who may need to ensure that contractors are working within the guidelines. The NEBOSH construction certificate may even be appropriate for those supervisors and managers who work within diverse industries that range from utilities to broadcasting.