This course helps the employee and organization to gain knowledge on ways to reduce the number of accident / near misses occurs for personnel at the workplace. Construction Industry HSE management system is a comprehensive management system designed to prevent and control workplace hazards which enhances the employee morale and productivity as well. This course covers various topics to greater detail like procedures to prevent production interruptions, ways to minimize equipment damage, insurance cost, absence of employee ,legal cost of accident etc..
- Reducing the number of injuries to personnel and operatives in the workplace through the prevention and control of workplace hazards,
- Minimizing the risk of major accidents,
- Controlling workplace risks improve employee morale and enhance productivity,
- Minimizing production interruptions and reducing material and equipment damage,
- Reducing the cost of insurance as well as the cost of employee absences,
- Minimizing legal cost of accident litigation, fines, reducing expenditures on emergency supplies. and
- Reducing accident investigation time, supervisors’ time diverted, clerical efforts, and the loss of expertise and experiences
Exam Method: Non-supervised online exam. Exam can be taken any time at your convenience.
Exam Format: Q & A submission
About iHSE Council:
iHSE Council is an independent accreditation body specializing in accreditation and approval of byte sized online and distance education providers, both in the UK and overseas. Course approvals by iHSE Council is independent and unbiased and the accreditation of such courses is undertaken by an expert panel of HSE professionals who have a wealth of relevant experience.
The benefits of iHSE approved courses are based on:
- Learning, Teaching and Research Activity
- Quality Assurance and Enhancement
- Awards and Qualifications
- Marketing and Recruitment of Students
- Systems Management and Compliance with local HSE Regulations
Upon successfully completion of atleast 3 iHSE Council approved courses, participants are eligible to use the term ‘MIHSEC’ against their name initials.