Health and Safety Management

This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. It is offered at Masters level and is delivered at our Frenchay Campus.

Course content includes:

  • Health and safety management systems
  • Health and safety policy and culture
  • Legislation and associated statutory instruments
  • The role of local and central government regulators
  • Enforcement options and application
  • Quantitative and qualitative aspects of hazard and risk
  • Workforce consultation
  • Local intervention strategies
  • Reporting and investigation of workplace injuries, illness and dangerous occurrences
  • Guidance, approved codes of practice and other resources that inform enforcement decision-making
  • Occupational health hazards
  • Health and well-being within the workplace
  • Physical hazards in the workplace
  • Health and safety hazards affecting people other than employees
  • Protecting vulnerable employees
  • Risk assessment and control of substances that are harmful to health
  • Hazards, risks and control measures associated with electricity at work.

Delivery:

Study time constitutes approximately 46 contact hours, 12 hours of scheduled learning and 104 hours of student centred learning.

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