When: 8.30am-4.00pm, Thursday 23 November 2023 Where: Raeburn Training Midfield Skills Development Centre, Midfield Road, Mitchelston Industrial Estate, Kirkcaldy, KY1 3NL This event is being organised by Fife Health Promotion This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.
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Moving on from a basic awareness of health and safety issues, this one day REHIS (Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland) accredited course is for workers requiring a greater understanding and knowledge of health and safety matters and how to apply them in their own workplace.
Covering all aspects of workplace health and safety, learners will be given a complete overview of how to conduct their work safely, reducing the risk to themselves and others.
The qualification is independently rated at SCQF Level 5 with 1 credit, and is part of the approved route for CSCS Green Labourers Card.
By the end of this course participants will have:
An increased knowledge and understanding of health and safety subjects, for example risk assessment, hazardous substances, first aid, and manual handling
An understanding of the assistance available from Health Promotion Workplace Team in relation to fulfilling their statutory obligations and promoting good health, safety, and wellbeing in the workplace
On successful completion of a short multiple choice assessment participants will receive the REHIS Elementary Health and Safety Certificate.
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for those with an interest in health and safety in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), voluntary sector organisations, new business start-ups, and established workplaces. Also suitable for the self-employed.
Cost: £125. SMEs/voluntary organisations actively engaged with Health Promotion Workplace Team may be entitled to one free place on this course. Please confirm eligibility for this offer by contacting a member of the Health Promotion Workplace Team by e-mail [email protected]
Alan Gow, Regional OHS Adviser, Fife Health and Social Care Partnership