NEBOSH International General Certificate
The NEBOSH International General Certificate provides an excellent foundation in occupational safety and health, helping those who study it manage risk more effectively. The NEBOSH International Certificate is based on international standards and is suitable for people in any industry sector, anywhere in the world.
It is ideal for:
- Managers, supervisors, employee representatives.
- Those wishing to enhance their health and safety knowledge.
- Those seeking more knowledge about global health and safety.
The NEBOSH International General Certificate course is split into three units of study, each of which is assessed separately:
GC1: Management of International Health and Safety
- Foundations in Health and Safety
- Health and Safety Management Systems - Policy
- Health and Safety Management Systems- Organising
- Health and Safety Management Systems - Planning
- Health and Safety Management Systems- Measuring, audit and review
GC2: Control of International Workplace Hazards
- Workplace hazards and risk control
- Transport hazards and risk control
- Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
- Work equipment hazards and risk control
- Electrical safety
- Fire safety
- Chemical and Biological Health
- Physical and Physiological Health
GC3: The Health and Safety Practical Application
Post Course -Due in one week following the course exam date:
- Report: Introduction of Report Findings and executive summary
- Observation of Hazards and Consequences
- Suitable control methods and timescales
- Quality of interpretation of findings
- Identification of possible breaches of legislation and or standards
- Persuasiveness/conciseness/technical content
- Conclusions and recommendations
- Clear and concise related findings that are effective and convincing
- Recommendations which present realistic actions to improve health and safety
Course fee includes top class venue and trainer, comprehensive course material, lunch, refreshments, NEBOSH certificate and examination fees.
NZQA Unit Standards
Non unit standards based but can be mapped to a NZQA National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Level 4); or the Australian Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety,for an additional fee.