Training
Health and Safety

Health and Safety  

A one-day course on how to comply with health and safety legislation in the workplace.

What will you learn?

Candidates will learn how to develop procedures and systems to ensure compliance with all relevant health and safety legislation in the workplace.

Who should attend?

Anybody looking to join the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS). An independently accredited Health and Safety qualification is a requirement of application for MCS Scheme Approval.

The Course Programme

  • Risk assessment systems and procedures
  • Developing method statements to deal with risks
  • Safe working procedures
  • Duties placed upon designers, planners, managers and supervisors
What is the Manual Handling, Working at Heights and COSHH course?
The course will enable participants to:
o Outline the main requirements of the Manual Handling Operations Regulations
1992
o Develop systems and procedures for carrying out and recording manual handling
risk assessment
o Make recommendations on how to eliminate and control manual handling risks
o Why falls from height cause more deaths than any other workplace activity
o The requirements of existing legislation and the changes and impact of the new
regulations
o Safe working procedures for the various types of access equipment
o The required risk asse
o Limitations on use of ladders and steps
o Criteria for selection of access equipment
o Requirements regarding training and competence of personnel using access
equipment
o Duties placed upon designers
o Identify the requirements of the COSHH Regulations
o Apply the requirements of COSHH to their own workplace
o Carry out simple risk assessments and recognise when specialist support is
needed
Who should attend?
o Anyone involved in the use, planning and authorisation of requirements for
working at heights
o Managers, supervisors, planners, safety advisors, safety representatives and all
users of equipment
o Anyone responsible for health and safety. The regulations apply to all
organisations from small builders to large chemical plants
o Managers, supervisors and staff, from all functions, who will be involved in the
assessment and removal or reduction of
o Directors, managers and officers of the company who need to understand their
responsibilities
o Managers from companies considering their first COSHH assessment
course is aimed at the uninitiated
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assessment based approach and planning for all work at height
and planners to ensure safe working at height
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What are the benefits of using NICEIC Training?
~ NICEIC Training offers a wealth of experience in a range of energy training
courses including electrical, gas, environmental technologies and oil.
~ Our purpose built centres provides a realistic environment to carry out our range
of training and assessment activities.
~ Excellent customer service and after sales support
~ Lunch and complimentary drinks provided
~ Assessments are approved by NICEIC Certification and City and Guilds
~ Competitive rates and group discounts are available
~ We can supply bespoke training courses designed to meet your requirements at
your premises.
Price: £150.00 plus VAT

Benefits

By holding an independently accredited Health and Safety qualification successful candidates will satisfy one of the pre-requisites for registration onto the Microgeneration Installer Scheme (MCS).

Next Step

Upon successful completion of the course candidates can apply for registration onto the MCS Installer Scheme. Once successfully registered onto the scheme candidates will be able to install the technologies for which they have been assessed, such as Solar PV, Solar Thermal, Bio Fuels, Wind Power, Hydro Power.

To join the NICEIC Microgeneration Installer Scheme (MCS), call 0870 013 0458.

1 Day

£150 + VAT

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