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Unit IGC 1

Element 1: Foundations in health and safety

Element 2: Health and safety management systems Plan

Element 3: Health and safety management systems Do

Element 4: Health and safety management systems Check

Element 5: Health and safety management systems Act

Unit GC 2

Element 1: Workplace Hazards & Risk Control

Element 2: Transport Hazards & Risk Control

Element 3: Musculoskeletal Hazards & Risk Control

Element 4: Work Equipment Hazards & Risk Control

Element 5: Electrical Safety

Element 6: Fire Safety

Element 7: Chemical and Biological Health Hazards & Risk Control

Element 8: Physical and Psychological Health Hazards & Risk Control

Unit GC 3

Practical Assessment Report

The qualification is comprised of three units, each of which is assessed separately:

Unit IGC1: Management of Health and safety


o Assessed by a 2-hour written examination consisting of ten short answer and one
long answer questions.

Unit IGC2: Controlling workplace hazards

o Assessed by a 2-hour written examination consisting of ten short answer and one
long answer questions.

Unit IGC3: Health and safety practical application

o Assessed by a 2-hour practical examination carried out in the candidates


workplace. The assessments must be taken within 14 days of an examination.

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Course Summary
Upon completion of the course, you will be able to:

Assist in the planning, implementation and review of an organisations health & safety
policy.

Understand the requirements of HSE legislation, codes of practice and the prosecution
process.

Undertake risk assessments and recommend suitable action.

Investigate accidents and prepare reports in line with HSE legislation.

Identify common hazards in the workplace and recommend suitable corrective measures.

Full course syllabus


Unit NGC1: Management of Health and Safety

This unit provides the foundation of Health and Safety knowledge, covering HSE legislation and
the key elements of an effective Health and Safety Management System.

Element 1: Foundations in Health and Safety

1.1 Scope and Nature of Occupational Health and Safety

1.2 Moral and Financial Drivers for Health and Safety Management
1.3 The Legal Framework For Health and Safety Regulation

1.4 Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974

1.5 The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999

1.6 Client and Contractors

Element 2: Health and Safety Management Systems - Plan

2.1 Key Elements of a Health and Safety Management System

2.2 Purpose and Importance of Setting Policy for Health and Safety

2.3 Key Features and Appropriate Content of an Effective Health and Safety Policy

Element 3: Health and Safety Management Systems - Do

3.1 Roles and Responsibilities of Employers, Directors and Managers Health and Safety
Culture

3.2 Human Factors That Influence Behaviour at Work

3.3 Improving Health and Safety Behaviour

3.4 Principles and Practice of Risk Assessment

3.5 General Principles of Control

3.6 Sources of Health and Safety Information

3.7 Safe Systems of Work (SSW)

3.8 Permits-To-Work (PTW)

3.9 Personal Protective Equipment

3.10 Safety Signs and Signals

3.11 Emergency Procedures and Arrangements

3.12 First Aid in the Workplace

Element 4: Health and Safety Management Systems - Check


4.1 Active and Reactive Monitoring

4.2 Investigating incidents

4.3 Recording and Reporting Incidents

Element 5: Health and Safety Management Systems - Act

5.1 Health and Safety Auditing

5.2 Reviewing of Health and Safety Performance

GC2: Controlling Workplace Hazards

GC2 covers a wide range of common hazards from various working environments and the
appropriate control measures required to minimise risk.

Element 1: Workplace Hazards and Risk Control

1.1 Health, Welfare and Work Environment Requirements

1.2 Violence at Work

1.3 Substance Misuse

1.4 Safe Movement of People

1.5 Working at a Height

1.6 Excavations

1.7 Temporary Works

Element 2: Transport Hazards and Risk Control

2.1 Safe Movement of Vehicles

2.2 Driving at Work

Element 3: Musculoskeletal Hazards and Risk Control

3.1 Work-related Upper Limb Disorders

3.2 Display Screen Equipment


3.3 Manual Handling

3.4 Manually Operated Load Handling Equipment

3.5 Powered Load Handling Equipment

Element 4: Work Equipment Hazards and Risk Control

4.1 General Requirements For Work Equipment

4.2 Hand Tools

4.3 Machinery Hazards

4.4 Control Measures for Machinery Hazard

4.5 Specified Equipment

Element 5: Electrical Safety

5.1 Use of Electricity at Work - Hazards and Risks

5.2 Control measures When Working With Electrical Systems or Using Electrical
Equipment in All Workplace Conditions

Element 6: Fire Safety

6.1 Fire Initiation, Classification and Spread

6.2 Fire Risk Assessment

6.3 Fire Prevention and Prevention of Fire Spread

6.4 Fire Alarm and Fire-Fighting Equipment

6.5 Evacuation of a Workplace

Element 7: Chemical and Biological Health Hazards and Risk Control

7.1 Forms of, Classification of, and Health Risks from Hazardous Substances

7.2 Assessment of Health Risks

7.3 Occupation Exposure Limits


7.4 Control Measures

7.5 Specific Agents

7.6 Safe Handling and Storage of Waste

Element 8: Physical and Psychological Health Hazards and Risk Control

8.1 Noise

8.2 Vibration

8.3 Radiation

8.4 Stress

GC3: Health and Safety Practical Application

The aim of this unit to assess your knowledge and understanding gained from Units NGC1 and
GC2 in a practical environment by successfully completing two activities:

A safety insepction of a workplace, identyfing common hazards and suggesting


approptiate and cost effective control measures

A written report detailing your findings from the inspection and persuasively urging
management to take appropriate action

Course Assessments
All units are compulsory and assessments must be passed to gain the full qualification.

Units NGC1 and GC2 are each assessed by a 2 hour exam consisting of 10 short essay answers
and 1 long essay answer.

GC3 is a practical assessment which must be completed within 14 days of sitting the NGC1 and
GC2 exams.