Accredited International Workplace Health and Safety CertificateCategory: Back to Accredited HSE Courses Courses
The International Workplace Health and Safety Certificate qualification is accredited by ASCB, one of the world’s leading international accreditation bodies, respected for its integrity, practicality and impartiality. The accrediting body belongs to the Global Accreditation Forum (GAF), an international association for accreditation, which promotes best practices in quality assurance worldwide. This recognition means that the International Workplace Health and Safety qualification is recognized internationally. This qualification is intended for organisations or individuals working to international standards with regards to health and safety. It is focus on the International Labor Standards (ILO) codes of practice. The course covers a broad range of health and safety functions and responsibilities in the workplace including identifying hazards, assessing workplace health and safety (WHS) risks, implementing strategies to control WHS risks and evaluating an organisation’s WHS performance.
Modes of Study
There are two modes of study.
This is a self-study option which gives students the flexibility to study at their own pace. Full-time learning (Available via interactive virtual classes) This is a combination of 9 days of virtual sessions plus a 1-hour MCQ assessment & a project assignment
The examination is a 1-hour multiple-choice (MCQ) paper and a project assignment. All questions are compulsory. Students must pass both papers to achieve the International Workplace Health and Safety Certificate qualification parchment. The pass standard is 60%.
The International Workplace Health and Safety Certificate qualification has a total of 11 modules.
- Managing workplace health and safety
- Health and safety management systems
- Risk Management
- Monitoring and measuring health and safety
- Physical and psychological
- Chemical and biological agents
- Workplace issues
- Work equipment