HSE IOSH WS Course for Qatar - Islamabad

Monday, 2 December 2019

Item details

City: Islamabad
Offer type: Offer

Contacts

Contact name oasis institute
Phone 03315999937

Item description

HSE IOSH WS Course for Qatar O3315999937, HSE IOSH WS Course for Qatar O3315999937, O3215056755
The IOSH working safely is an introductory course for employees at any level, in any industry, needing a basic knowledge in health and safety. This course covers a wide range of health and safety topics with interactive games and quizzes to provide guidance and awareness for employees to take care of the safety of themselves and others. Further, to develop an effective safety culture within any organization, this course tunes-up the employees to understand the necessity of safe working. IOSH Working Safely is a basic risk management health and safety certificate for employees. It enables people who work as part of a team to meet their responsibilities for health and safety in the workplace. The course is split into 2 units - One taught unit assessed by a 10 question, multiple-choice assessment paper and a practical unit assessed by three hazard spotting exercises (15 mins). When and wherever you choose to study, Astutis' online course is the most convenient and flexible way to study IOSH Working Safely - complete the course at your own pace and in your own time, wherever you want. Now fully optimized to run on mobile devices, the course is completely portable and you won't need to take a day off work to study in the classroom. Working Safely trains workers to ensure that their individual and collective actions contribute to health and safety in the workplace and that responsibilities are clearly understood. Working safely is aimed at people whose work exposes them to risks. The aim of the course is to make all workers aware of their responsibility for safety towards themselves, colleagues and others affected by work activities.

•Module 1. Introducing working safely
•Module 2. Defining hazard and risk
•Module 3. Identifying common hazards
•Module 4. Improving safety performance