KITS TRAINING CENTRE
DURATION 12 Days Over 12 Weeks
To meet the requirements of the National General
Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health.
On completion of the course the delegate will be
1. Understand and refer to all current and relevant
safety legislation as it applies within his working
2. Identify non-compliance with safety legislation
and general hazards within his working environment
through the effective application of recognised safety
inspection and auditing techniques.
3. Present information clearly and concisely to
groups including management.
4. Make recommendations on appropriate actions to
remove hazards and minimise risks.
5. Investigate accidents, hazards and reported occurrences
within the workplace such that measures may be taken
to prevent recurrence.
Note: Examination candidates will need to undertake
some home study. The purchase of reading material
and Safety at Work Act 1974
Representatives and Committees Regulations 1977
of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH)
• Electrical Regulations
Systems of Work
Responsibilities of Sub-Contracting
Lift and Lift Truck Regulations 1989
Auditing, Surveys Inspections and Monitoring
and Management Responsibilities
Law, and Common Law
and Powers of Factory Inspectors
Protective Equipment (PPE)
of Injuries Diseases and Dangerous occurrences
of Environmental protection
- Manual and Mechanical
writing and communication