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Safety Management (Ergonomics) (QQI LEVEL 6)/ BP014 (12 Weeks)

Course Overview

QQI Level 6 Minor Award in Safety Management 6N1782
Course Code:
BP014 | TUES 18.45-21.45

This course is suitable for managers and supervisors to assist with business compliance and is suitable for those who wish to acquire the knowledge skill and competence to design safety and risk management strategies, supervise implementation and to evaluate workplace safety policies.

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Programme Description
Further Information

• Evaluate the influence of a range of factors in the creation of a safe
workplace environment.
• Appraise current health and safety legislation
• Explain the legal responsibilities of stakeholders in relation to duty of care, tort of negligence, provision of resources, health surveillance and safety statements
• Evaluate the key characteristics of a safety statement and key principles of risk management
• Assess the positive benefits of a workplace safety culture
• Appraise the key principles of ergonomics
• Design and complete an induction training programmes that can be used in relation to safety wareness at work
• Design a hazard analysis sheet
• Devise and manage a training session in relation to the use of personal protective equipment/ safety signage
• Design a procedure for recording and monitoring data collected in safety audits and inspections
• Devise a health and safety strategy aimed at improving workplace safety culture and controlling risks

A safe level of written and spoken English is required – see note English Assessment on pg 11

This provision is co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014 – 2020.