Programme Group:        Advance (Level 1, 2 & 3 Category)

Duration:                             3 Days

Pre-requisites:                   Non

Delivery Options:             Class Training, One-on-One, Online or Distance Learning

Programme Objectives:

The co-ordinator safety Programme helps HSE Co-ordinators or interested individual to get a strategic grip on health and safety, to understand their responsibilities at the workplace as HSE Co-ordinators.

It provides a thorough understanding of health and safety, emphasising the importance of co-ordinating, monitoring staff and controls. Also details the need for a structured management approach to health and safety and the key factors in implementing health and safety policy.


An examination/assessment at the end of the course.

Certification after Training

Successful candidates receive an Original Embossed OSHAssociation UK Certificate, Embossed Transcript, Online Verification Card (To verify your certificate via )

Programme Contents:

To qualify for this certification, candidate must complete all required courses listed below, with its appropriate examination. At the end of each course unit, candidates are expected to complete the practical assessments or via the Video tutorials.


Course 101: Foundation in Occupational Safety & Health

Unit 1: What Does Health and Safety at Work Really Mean?

Unit 2 How Can Work Affect Your Health?

Unit 3: How Can Work Affect Your Safety?

Unit 4: What is the Cost of Accidents and ill Health at Work?

Revision Question

Course 105: Implementation of Effective Health & Safety Standards

Unit 1: How to carry out risk assessments

Unit 2: Safe systems of work

Unit 3: Monitoring, Inspection and auditing

Unit 4: Health surveillance

Unit 5: Accidents and ill health reporting

Unit 6: When to carry out accident investigations

Unit 7: How do training, instruction and information

Improve standards

Revision Question

Course 106: How to Control Specific Risks at Workplace

Unit 1: Slips and Trips Hazards

Unit 2: Work at Height

Unit 3: Musculoskeletal Disorders

Unit 4: Display Screen Equipment (DSE)

Unit 5: Manual Handling

Unit 6: Workplace Transport

Unit 7: Workplace Stress

Revision Question

Course 108: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Unit 1: What is Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Unit 2: PPE Design, Choice and Usage

Unit 3: Types of PPE

Unit 4: PPE Selection

Unit 5: PPE Training Requirements

Revision Question.

Course 111: Accident & Incident Investigation

Unit 1: Roles and functions of investigation

  • Why investigate?
  • Roles of investigation
  • Functions of investigation
  • Different types of incidents
  • Basic accident investigation procedure
  • Preparing for the investigation
  • Training for the reporting of accidents/incidents

Unit 2: Scope and depth of investigation

  • Types of investigation
  • Formal investigation
  • Investigation guidelines
  • Summary of actions to be taken

Unit 3: Identifying immediate and (root) underlying causes

  • Identifying immediate causes
  • Root of underlying causes
  • Identifying remedial actions

Unit 4: The organizational requirements for recording and reporting occupational incidents

  • Internal systems for collecting, analyzing and communicating data
  • Organizational requirements for recording and reporting incidents
  • Typical examples of major injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences that might be reportable to external agencies

Revision Question


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