IOSH Managing Safely course package *includes RAMS completed assignment*

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Seller: aidyouwewill (588) 98.4%, Location: Edinburgh, Ships to: GB, Item: 333148012647 SENT DIRECT TO EMAIL ******* NO POSTAGE SORRY The IOSH vision is “A world of work which is safe, healthy and environmentally sustainable”, and its mission is to promote and continually improve work related health, safety and environmental sustainability Full updated course pack please read description below sent via email once payment receivedHere for sale is a must for anyone undertaking the IOSH managing safely course. NOTE**** UNLIKE MYSELF OTHERS HAVE NOT DONE THE COURSE AND CAN NOT ANSWER ANY QUIERYS OR ISSUES YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT THE COURSE OR OFFER ANY ADVICE ON THE DREADED "RISK ASSESSMENT" HAVING SPENT THE TIME DOING THE WORK FOR MY OWN QUALIFICATION. It includes all the questions and answers that you will receive on your course as well as a completed version of the dreaded risk and method statement assignment "I PASSED EXAM AT XMAS 2017 USING THIS INFORMATION WITH FLYING COLOURS" Pack includes : 264 page Full course official workbook notes covering modules 1 - 8 Introducing Managing SafelyHuman FactorsAssessing RisksControlling RisksUnderstanding your responsibilitiesIdentify HazardsInvestigating Accidents and IncidentsMeasuring PerformanceProtecting Environment 2017 Test Paper and answers for exams part 1 30 multiple choice examexams Part 2 Full answered Risk Assessment 4 x question and answers papers Also included pdf E Books : H&S in Construction 3rd Edition Hughes-FerrellThe A-Z of Health and Safety, Stranks 2006Introduction to Health and Safety at Work 5th Edition Phil Hughes 5thhealth and safety at work key termsfire safety management Course descriptionIOSH Managing Safely has been designed to give managers an understanding of how to deal with health and safety issues in the workplace and make them aware of their responsibilities.In order to pass the course and gain an IOSH Certificate you must:-Complete and pass the assessment processComplete and pass the course Project.Learning OutcomesOn successful completion of the course, delegates should be able to:Explain why it’s important to manage safely;Identify a duty holder’s responsibilities and accountabilities and accountabilities for safety in the workplace;Define what is meant by ‘hazard’, ‘hazardous event’ and ‘risk’;Recognise hazards in the workplace;Define risk assessment in terms of likelihood and consequence;Identify the steps of risk assessment in the correct order;Demonstrate the ability to estimate and evaluate a risk;Demonstrate the ability to carry out a risk assessment;Describe the benefits of carrying out a risk assessment;Identify how to reduce risk in terms of likelihood and consequence;List the hierarchy of risk control in the order it should be considered;Demonstrate the ability to reduce risk by applying the hierarchy of risk control;Define what is meant by ‘residual risk’;Identify what should be considered to reduce risk ‘so far as reasonably practicable’;Define what is meant by ‘reasonable foreseeability’;Identify the three knowledge tests to apply to assess ‘reasonable foreseeability’;Explain the difference between criminal and civil law in relation to safety and health;Identify, under criminal law, who has a legal duty under HASWA to manage safety and health risks;Identify, under civil law, the three factors required for a claimant against negligence to be successful;Describe the elements of a safety and health management system;List the key benefits of introducing a safety and health management system;Identify common hazards in the workplace;Sort specific common workplace hazards into groups;Summarise factors that may lead to a specific common hazard in the workplace;Describe the effects and symptoms of a specific common hazard in the workplace;Identify measures that can be taken to manage a specific common hazard in the workplace;Define what is meant by ‘incident’;Explain reasons to investigate incidents;Identify the key benefits of investigating incidents and accidents;Define what is meant by ‘immediate’, ‘underlying’ and ‘root’ causes;Identify the actions to be taken, following an accident, in the order they should be considered;Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the level of an incident investigation;Identify the stages in a structured approach to investigation;Identify types of information that performance indicators will provide;List characteristics of a good performance indicator;Explain the differences between ‘proactive’ and ‘reactive’ performance indicators;Define what is meant by ‘auditing’;Identify the two types of ‘auditing’;Identify the three types of evidence typically used in audits;Define what is meant by the ‘environment’;Identify key factors which influence an organisation’s effect on the environment;Define what is meant by ‘waste’;Define what is meant by ‘pollution’;Describe ways in which the three types of pollution (air, land and water) can occur;List the management hierarchy for waste in the order it should be considered. 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