The NEBOSH qualification builds on the understanding already gained by studying the NEBOSH or International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety, although these are not prerequisites to the course.
The course follows the NEBOSH curriculum (details listed below) and includes additional, sector specific content, relating to good practice within Process Safety Management.
The value-added content includes:
It is a 5 day course which is delivered via face to face using interactive workshops and real life examples and case studies. The course will be delivered by Cogent approved trainers who have been approved by NEBOSH. Delegates will be assessed with a 90 minute multiple choice exam on the final day of training and certificates will be provided by NEBOSH. Courses can be delivered at your site or at an appropriate venue.
NEBOSH qualifications are classed as Vocationally-Related Qualification (VRQ’s) in England, Wales and Norther Ireland, and are based on recognised international best practice.
This course is designed for process industries worldwide, and is suitable for supervisors, newly appointed managers, junior managers, safety representatives and newly qualified health and safety advisors within the process industries, who have a specific responsibility for process safety within their job role.
This course is divided into the following four key elements:
Process Safety Leadership
Explores what process safety is, and introduces organisational learning, management of change, and how worker engagement can be managed
Management of Process Risk
This looks at the elements of a Process Safety Management system and risk management techniques used within industry
Process Safety Hazard Control
This focuses on the purpose and requirements of operating procedures and explores hazards and risks associated with different components of the process industries
Fire and Explosion Protection
This looks at fire and explosion hazards and how the effects can be minimised. It will explore dust explosions and how to prevent them, looking at reasons for developing an emergency plan
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