This course is designed to contribute to the Appreciation (A) & Knowledge (K) elements of the Institution of Civil Engineers' new Development Objective E2 - "Manage and apply safe systems of work", and Appreciation (A) element of the IStructE Core Objective 3.2 – Appreciation of the law and statutory legislation.
Part of the under-pinning knowledge required to demonstrate the achievement of Attribute No. 6 - "Health Safety & Welfare" - will also be provided and will help delegates to create "A sound knowledge of legislation ."
"By knowledge and understanding of current legislation and best practice, take responsibility for personal and collective safety ".
Good workplace health and safety does not happen by accident - health and safety must be managed! Did you know that over a recent 10 year period 69 managers / professionals died as a result of accidents on site? Only roofers were more at risk according to HSC statistics.
This seminar will help you to develop your awareness of the dangers of site work. It will also examine the legal requirements to help you comply with the law - and most importantly it could help you or your fellow worker(s) stay alive!
We will examine:
- The history and formation of current H & S legislation.
- The 1974 Health and Safety at Work Act
- A detailed review
- The Role of the H & S Commission and Executive
- Duties Holders - including YOUR duties
- The Safety Policy
- Powers of Inspectors
- Penalties, Fines and Enforcement Orders
- Management of H & S at Work including the fundamentals of Risk Assessment
- ICE Rules for Professional Conduct - H & S issues
- Your vulnerability in the early days on a new site - site hazards awareness
- Good management practices
At appropriate times throughout the day self- assessment exercises will be
1 day (6 hrs) IPD/CPD
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|10th October 2013||Birmingham||Book|
£230, Dublin £250 (exc. VAT)
All fees correct until end December 2013
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