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  • 1. NEBOSH IGC Organized by
  • 2. NEBOSH IGC International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety | 13-24 April 2014 | Dubai, UAE James Murrant BSc(Hons), PGCE(FE), IEng, DipNEBOSH, GradIOSH, AIEMA, MIET GENERAL INFORMATION Expert Trainer James started his career as a time served airframes and propulsion apprentice with the Royal Air Force in which I spent thirteen years. He had several roles in industry before entering the Safety industry as an engineering safety inspector in 1998. He has been teaching/training since 2005 providing health, safety, environment, and engineering courses to organisations in both the UK and internationally (including Africa, Azerbaijan, USA and China). With the international courses, he places an emphasis on ensuring a level of understanding for students whose first language is not English. James holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Education, Post Compulsory Education and Training from the University of Wales, Newport and BSc (Hons), Technology from The Open University. He is a member of number of national and interenational professional bodies: Associate Member: Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment - AIEMA ; Graduate Member: Institute of Occupational Safety and Health – IOSH ; Incorporated Engineer (IEng): Engineering Council Member: Institution of Engineering & Technology – MIET. NEBOSH (The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health) was formed in 1979 as an independent examining board and awarding body with charitable status. We offer a comprehensive range of globally-recognised, vocationally-related qualifications designed to meet the health, safety, environmental and risk management needs of all places of work in both the private and public sectors. Courses leading to NEBOSH qualifications attract around 35,000 candidates annually and are offered by over 500 course providers, with exams taken in over 100 countries around the world. Our qualifications are recognised by the relevant professional membership bodies including the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). WHAT WILL MY EMPLOYER GAIN FROM THIS QUALIFICATION? WHAT WILL I GAIN FROM THIS QUALIFICATION? Knowledge - Whether health and safety is your main responsibility, or just a part of what you do, the NEBOSH International General Certificate will give you vital knowledge to help you perform better in your role at work. Enjoyment - You’ll enjoy taking the NEBOSH International General Certificate. You’ll discover skills and techniques that are useful and practical, not just theoretical. Achievement - The NEBOSH name is a mark of excellence in the field of health and safety. It’s a qualification that people from all parts of the world are proud to have achieved. Recognition - Our International General Certificate is accepted by IOSH – Institution of Occupational Safety and Health – to meet the academic requirements for Technical Membership of IOSH (Tech IOSH), and Associate Membership of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM). Career development - For some, the NEBOSH International General Certificate is a first step towards a life-long career in health and safety. For others, it forms part of an important set of qualifications that brings them success and advancement in whatever field they choose. WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE TAKE THE NEBOSH INTERNATIONAL GENERAL CERTIFICATE? Management of health and safety in the workplace is not only a legal obligation and a moral imperative, it also makes good business sense. Qualified safety professionals are an asset to their organisations, reducing costs by preventing accidents and ill health of employees, without incurring unnecessary expense by over-reacting to trivial risks. Many larger organisations choose NEBOSH certificate-level qualifications as a key part of their supervisors’ or management development programme. By ensuring that line managers have a sound understanding of the principles of risk management they build an effective safety culture in the company. A safer workplace - Health and safety is important. It protects people from injury and loss of life. People with the NEBOSH International General Certificate know how to help their employer avoid prosecution, litigation, absence costs and loss of reputation, wherever they operate. Assurance - An employer whose staff are NEBOSH qualified is an employer committed to health and safety. The NEBOSH International General Certificate provides an assurance of safety - something that can help employers achieve recognised standards and can even win new business. Return on investment - An employee with a NEBOSH International General Certificate has a practical set of skills that brings real value to the modern global workplace. WHAT DOES THE QUALIFICATION COVER? Managers, supervisors and employees throughout the world take the NEBOSH International General Certificate because it gives them the skills and know-how to fulfill their health and safety responsibilities in any country and in any kind of organization. The NEBOSH International General Certificate is also suitable for those embarking on a career in health and safety, providing a sound basis for progression on to the NEBOSH International Diploma. No previous health and safety knowledge is required. The examination is available in English, Arabic, Turkish and Russian. The NEBOSH International General Certificate (IGC) covers the principles relating to health and safety, identification and control of workplace hazards and the practical application of this knowledge. The IGC syllabus takes a risk management approach based on best practice and international standards, such as the International Labour Organisation (ILO) codes of practice. Local laws and cultural factors may form part of the study programme where relevant and appropriate. The qualification also features a practical workplace assessment. IN-HOUSE If interested to run this course in-house please contact Val Jusufi at +971 4 447 5711 or e-mail: val@leoron.net. T: +971 4 447 5711 | F: +971 4 447 5710 | E: register@leoron.net | W: www.leoron.com 2
  • 3. NEBOSH IGC International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety | 13-24 April 2014 | Dubai, UAE UNIT IGC1: MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY Element 1: Foundations in health and safety • Outline the scope and nature of occupational health and safety • xplain the moral, social and economic E reasons for maintaining and promoting good standards of health and safety in the workplace • xplain the role of national governments E and international bodies in formulating a framework for the regulation of health and safety. Element 2: Health and safety management systems 1 - Policy • utline the key elements of a health and O safety management system • xplain the purpose and importance of E setting policy for health and safety • escribe the key features and appropriate D content of an effective health and safety policy. UNIT IGC2: CONTROL OF INTERNATIONAL WORKPLACE RISKS Element 1: Workplace hazards and risk control • utline common health, welfare and work O environment requirements in the workplace • xplain the risk factors and appropriate E controls for violence at work • xplain the effects of substance misuse E on health and safety at work and control measures to reduce such risks • xplain the hazards and control measures E for the safe movement of people in the workplace • Outline the hazards and control measure for safe construction and demolition work • Explain the hazards and control measures for safe working at height • Explain the hazards of, and control measures for, excavations. Element 2: Transport hazards and risk control • xplain the hazards and control measures E for the safe movement of vehicles in the workplace • utline the factors associated with driving O at work that increase the risk of an incident and the control measures to reduce workrelated driving risks. Element 3: Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control • xplain work processes and practices that E may give rise to work-related upper limb disorders and appropriate control measures • xplain the hazards and control measures E which should be considered when assessing risks from manual handling activities Element 3: Health and safety management systems 2 - Organising • utline the health and safety roles and O responsibilities of employers, managers, supervisors, workers and other relevant parties • xplain the concept of health and safety E culture and its significance in the management of health and safety in an organisation • utline the human factors which influence O behaviour at work in a way that can affect health and safety • xplain how health and safety behaviour at E work can be improved • Outline the need for emergency procedures and the arrangements for contacting emergency services. Element 4: Health and safety management systems 3 - Planning • xplain the importance of planning in the E context of health and safety management systems • xplain the principles and practice of risk E assessment • xplain the general principles of control and E a basic hierarchy of risk reduction measures • dentify the key sources of health and safety I information • xplain what factors should be considered E when developing and implementing a safe system of work for general activities • Explain the role and function of a permit-towork system. Element 5: Health and safety management systems 4 - Measuring, audit & review • utline the principles, purpose and role of O active and reactive monitoring • xplain the purpose of, and procedures, for E health and safety auditing • xplain the purpose of, and procedures for, E investigating incidents (accidents, cases of work-related ill-health and other occurrences) • Describe the legal and organisational requirements for recording and reporting incidents • xplain the purpose of, and procedures for, E regular reviews of health and safety performance. • Explain the hazards, precautions and procedures to reduce the risk in the use of lifting and moving equipment with specific reference to manually operated load moving equipment • Explain the hazards and the precautions and procedures to reduce the risk in the use of lifting and moving equipment with specific reference to mechanically operated load moving equipment. Element 4: Work equipment hazards and risk control • utline general principles for selection, use O and maintenance of work equipment • xplain the hazards and controls for handE held tools • escribe the main mechanical and nonD mechanical hazards of machinery • Explain the main control methods for reducing risk from machinery hazards. Element 5: Electrical safety • utline the principles, hazards and risks O associated with the use of electricity in the workplace • Outline the control measures that should be taken when working with electrical systems or using electrical equipment in normal workplace conditions. Element 6: Fire safety • escribe the principles of fire initiation, D classification and spread • Outline the principles of fire risk assessment • escribe the basic principles of fire D prevention and the prevention of fire spread in buildings • Identify the appropriate fire alarm system and fire-fighting equipment for a simple workplace • utline the factors which should be O considered when implementing a successful evacuation of a workplace in the event of a fire. Element 7: Chemical and biological health hazards and risk control • utline the forms of, the classification of, O and health risks from exposure to hazardous substances • xplain the factors to be considered when E undertaking an assessment of the health risks from substances commonly encountered in the workplace • Describe the use and limitations of Workplace Exposure Limits including the purpose of long term and short term exposure limits • utline control measures that should be O used to reduce the risk of ill-health from exposure to hazardous substances • utline the hazards, risks and controls O associated with specific agents • utline the basic requirements related to O the safe handling and storage of waste. Element 8: Physical and psychological health hazards and risk control • utline the health effects associated with O exposure to noise and appropriate control measures • utline the health effects associated with O exposure to vibration and appropriate control measures • Outline the principal health effects associated with heat, ionising and non-ionising radiation and basic protection techniques • utline the causes and effects of stress at O work and appropriate control actions. UNIT IGC3: INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY - PRACTICAL APPLICATION • emonstrate the ability to apply knowledge of the unit IGC 1 and D IGC2, by successful completion of an health and safety inspection of a workplace • omplete a report to management regarding the inspection with C recommendations. 3 COURSE OUTLINE UNIT ASSESSMENT Units IGC1 and IGC2 are taught units each assessed by one two-hour written examination. Each written examination consists of ten ‘shortanswer` questions and one ‘long-answer` question. All questions are compulsory. Unit IGC3 is assessed by practical examination. T: +971 4 447 5711 | F: +971 4 447 5710 | E: register@leoron.net | W: www.leoron.com
  • 4. NEBOSH IGC INTERNATIONAL GENERAL CERTIFICATE IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 13-24 April 2014 | Dubai, UAE BOOK EARLY SAVE US$ 400 Early Bird Discounts Group Discounts Register before February 15, 2014...................... S$ 5490 U Register before March 15, 2014........................... US$ 5690 Final Price ............................................US$ 5890 . 3-4 Delegates 20% 5 Delegates 25% +971 4 447 5711 4 Easy ways to Register register@leoron.net +971 4 447 5711 *please note that all group discount are given on the final price www.leoron.com DELEGATE DETAILS 1 Name : _____________________________ Job title : _____________________________ E-mail : _____________________________ Tel : _____________________________ Fax : _____________________________ Mob 2 Name : _____________________________ Job title : _____________________________ E-mail : _____________________________ Tel : _____________________________ Fax : _____________________________ Mob 3 Name : _____________________________ Job title : _____________________________ E-mail : _____________________________ Tel Fax : _____________________________ Mob : _____________________________ : _____________________________ : _____________________________ : _____________________________ COMPANY DETAILS Company : ________________________________________________ Address : ________________________________________________ Post Code : ________________________________________________ Country : ________________________________________________ Tel Fax : ________________________________________________ 1. Please Invoice my Company  2. Please charge my Credit Card   Visa  Master Card Card Number : __________________________________ CVC/CCV Number : _______________ Exp Date : _____ / _____ / ________ Name on card : __________________________________ Signature : ________________________________________________ VENUE DETAILS Oasis Beach Tower Hotel Dubai, UA Tel: +971 4 399 4444 Fax: +971 4 399 4200 E-mail: obt@jaihotels.com : __________________________________ TERMS & CONDITIONS 1. Payment TermsZ 100% payment of the full amount upon receipt of the invoice. 2. Cancellation Policy i. All cancellations must be done in writing. ii. Full refund for cancellations will only be paid to a maximum of one week from the invoice date. iii. 50% refund for cancellations will only be paid to a maximum of two weeks from the invoice date. iv. No refund for cancellations done after 2 weeks from the invoice date. Substitute is always welcomed; if not possible a credit will be given which can be used for any of Leoron events up to 1 year. 3. Force Majeure: If the event is postponed, canceled or abandoned by reason of war, fire, storm, explosion, national emergency, labor dispute, strike, lock-out, civil, disturbance, actual or threatened violence by any terrorist group, or any other cause not within the control of our organization, we shall be under no liability to ‘Company’ for non-performance or delay in performance of obligations under this contract or otherwise in respect of any actions, claims, losses (including consequential losses) costs or expenses whatsoever which may be brought against or suffered or incurred by ‘Company’, as the result of the happening of any such events. 4. Complaint and Refund: For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaint and refund, please contact Val Jusufi, Head of Training at: Tel: +971 4 447 5711, Fax:+971 4 447 5710, e-mail: val@leoron.net 5. Governing Law: This contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the Laws and Regulations of DMCCA.  I have read and agreed to the following terms and conditions Signature: ___________________________