Learn the skills to promote and maintain Safety and Health at Work.
The purpose of this 5-day QQI Safety and Health at Work course is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to promote and maintain health and safety in your work environment.
ZOOMMarch 27th, 28th, 29th, April 5th & 6th
- €750.00 excl.
ZOOMJuly 24th, 25th, August 2nd, 3rd & 4th
- €750.00 excl.
ZOOMOctober 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th & 25th
- €750.00 excl.
The Safety and Health at Work Level 5 course is a great starting point for anybody looking to become involved in health and safety. The course will also give you an indication if health and safety is for you and if it is something you want to progress further with.
DAYTIME VIRTUAL COURSE – 5 Days
Online Training Requirements:
- You must have access to a laptop/computer with a webcam to complete this training
- You must be available to complete the whole course as 100% attendance is required
- You will receive a link by email to access the training and the platform controls will be discussed at the beginning of the session
On course completion learners will be able to:
- Analyse the duties of employers and employees as specified in current Safety, Health and Welfare at work legislation
- Examine the role of the Health and Safety Authority
- Explore the role of communication and training in the promotion and provision of health and safety in the workplace
- Comment on the elements and functions of the safety statement
- Summarise the factors which contribute to safe and healthy working environments
- Outline the principles and procedures of good housekeeping in the workplace
- Explain the causes, prevention, emergency procedures, reporting and recording of accidents and dangerous occurrences
- Analyse the causes and prevention of fire related events to include identification of emergency procedures, the fire triangle and fire equipment
- Comment on specific hazards and risks when working with equipment to include mechanical and electrical equipment
- Investigate how personal protective equipment (PPE) is used in the workplace
- Explore appropriate procedures for use and disposal of hazardous materials and waste in the workplace to include reference to material safety data sheets (MSDS)
- Examine the control and associated risks of a range of health and safety issues to include noise, sound, fumes, dust or any vocationally specific work issue
- Explain the typical contents of a first aid kit and their appropriate use
- Examine a range of issues related to infection control to include conditions for the growth and development of micro-organisms, routes of infection, symptoms, ill-health, preventative measures and emergency procedures for suspected contamination
- Investigate risk factors in relation to safety to include hazards, work environments, work practices, effects of medication, drink and drugs
- Interpret a range of safety signs in the workplace
- Promote safe and healthy working practices in relation to oneself, others and the workplace
- Outline risk factors in relation to Safety and Health at Work to include stress, lifestyle, diet, illness
- Outline the role of diet and exercise in the promotion of good health
All Safety and Health at Work course outcomes must be assessed:
- Assignment 60% – An assignment is an exercise carried out in response to a brief with specific guidelines as to what should be included. An assignment is usually of short duration and may be carried out over a specified period of time
- Examination – Theory 40% – An examination provides a means of assessing a learner’s ability to recall and apply knowledge, skills and understanding within a set period of time and under clearly specified conditions. A theory-based examination assesses the ability to recall, apply and understand specific theory and knowledge
- Pass 50% – 64%
- Merit 65% – 79%
- Distinction 80% – 100%
Please let us know if participants have any specific learner requirements.
QQI Level 5 Safety & Health at Work Certificate
Related course – QQI Safety Representation
A Safety Representative is elected by the staff and acts as a go-between with Staff and Management. They do not hold any responsibility regarding Health and Safety in the Workplace however, they would be excepted to guide the HSA on a site visit to the workplace.