The syllabus omits specific reference to any national legal requirements but, instead, focuses on International standards, in particular ILO codes of practice. In common with the national award, however, the syllabus is structured according to a recognized management framework.

Who Should Attend?

All sort of managers & supervisors along with directors and owner of the company. (Related to any industry) so as to comply health & safety regulations for the betterment / safety of staff and society at large.


Foundations in Health & Safety           

  • The scope & nature of occupational health & safety
  • Social & economic reasons for maintaining & promoting good standards of health & safety in the workplace
  • The role of national governments & international bodies in formulating a framework for the regulation of health and safety

Health & Safety Management Systems-Plan

  • Elements of a Health and Safety Management System
  • Purpose & importance of setting policy for health & Safety
  • Features & appropriate content of an effective Health & Safety policy

Health & Safety Management Systems-do

  • Health & Safety roles & responsibilities of employers, Directors, Managers, Supervisors & other relevant parties
  • Concept of health & safety culture & its significance in the management of health & Safety in an organization
  • Human factors which influence behavior at work
  • Health & Safety behavior at work can be improved
  • Principles and practice of risk assessment
  • Preventive and protective measures
  • Key sources of health and safety information
  • Factors should be considered when developing & implementing a safe system of work for general activities
  • Role and function of a permit-to-work system.
  • Emergency procedures & the arrangements for contacting emergency services
  • Requirements for, and effective provision of, first aid in the workplace

Health & Safety Management Systems-Check

  • Active and reactive monitoring
  • Investigating incidents
  • Recording and reporting incidents

Health & Safety Management Systems-Act

  • Health and safety auditing
  • Review of health and safety performance


  • Workplace Hazards & Risk Control
  • Health, welfare & work environment requirements
  • Violence at work
  • Substance misuse at work
  • Safe movement of people in the workplace
  • Working at height
  • Hazards and control measures for works of a temporary nature

Transport Hazards & Risk Control

  • Safe movement of vehicles in the workplace
  • Driving at work

Musculoskeletal Hazards & Risk Control

  • Work-related upper limb disorders
  • Manual handling hazards and control measures
  • Manually operated load handling equipment
  • Powered load handling equipment
  • Work equipment hazards and risk control
  • General requirements for work equipment
  • Hazards and controls for hand-held tools
  • Mechanical and non-mechanical hazards of machinery
  • Control measures for reducing risks from machinery hazards

Electrical Safety

  • Principles, hazards and risks associated with
  • the use of electricity at work
  • Control measures when working with electrical systems or using electrical equipment in all workplace conditions

Fire Safety

  • Fire initiation, classification and spread
  • Fire risk assessment
  • Fire prevention and prevention of fire spread
  • Fire alarm system and fire-fighting arrangements
  • Evacuation of a workplace

Chemical & Biological Health Hazards & Risk Control

  • Classification & Health Risks from Hazardous Substances
  • Assessment of Health Risks
  • Occupational Exposure Limits
  • Control Measures
  • Specific Agents
  • Safe Handling and Storage of Waste

Physical & Psychological Health Hazards & Risk Control

  • Noise
  • Vibration
  • Radiation
  • Stress

Exam Dates

Standard dates: 7th of (Mar/Jun/Sep/Dec) there will be 2 papers in 1 day for standard date.

On demand dates: available every month there will be 2 papers in 2 days (1 paper/day)


1 Month, 5 Days/Week
3 Hrs/Day
Class start: Every Mon
9am to 9pm


The examination comprises of 2 written papers 2-Hours each & a practical assessment which is formally known as GC 3. Each written paper consists of one ‘long-answer’ question & ten ‘short-answer’ questions. All questions are compulsory. The practical assessment consists of carrying out a risk assessment of a work place & preparing a short report.