NEBOSH National General Certificate
in Occupational Safety and Health
Learn how to assess risks avoid accidents prevent harm monitor performance investigate incidents comply with legislation audit health and safety
The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health is regarded by many employers as the gold standard health and safety qualification.
Healthier & Safer Workplaces
The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety is one of the most widely recognised health and safety qualifications in the world.
Many employers stipulate this qualification as an essential requirement for their health and safety managers.
Course Structure & Syllabus
The course consists of three units. Units 1 and 2 are five-day classroom courses and unit 3 is completed in the workplace.
Element 1: Foundations in health and safety
Element 2: Health and safety management systems – Plan
Element 3: Health and safety management systems – Do
Element 4: Health and safety management systems – Check
Element 5: Health and safety management systems – Act
Element 1: Workplace hazards and risk control
Element 2: Transport hazards and risk control
Element 3: Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
Element 4: Work equipment hazards and risk control
Element 5: Electrical safety
Element 6: Fire safety
Element 7: Chemical and biological health hazards and risk control
Element 8: Physical and psychological health hazards and risk control
Safety inspection of a workplace, identifying the more common
hazards, deciding whether they are adequately controlled and, where necessary, suggesting appropriate and cost effective control measures
Prepare a report that persuasively urges management to take appropriate action, explaining why such action is needed (including reference to possible breaches of legislation) and identifying, with due consideration of reasonable practicability, the control measures that should be implemented.
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