Date: 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th of June, 4th of July 2018
Time: 9.30am to 5.00pm
Venue: Carlow Gateway Business Centre, Athy Road Carlow
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This module aims to enable the learner to:
- Appreciate the importance of a good safety culture in the workplace.
- Understand the role and function of management in providing a safe place to work.
- Understand the nature of risk management in the workplace.
- Develop a wide range of skills required to implement a safe place of work.
The specific learning outcomes are grouped into 4 units:
Unit 1 Accident Causation
Unit 2 Safety / Work Culture
Unit 3 Risk Management
Unit 4 Training and Education
After completing the programme the learner will be able to:
- Analyse accidents to determine causes;
- Specify the legal requirements associated with ‘duty of care’ in the workplace;
- Describe measures to minimise the risk of legal challenge through tort of negligence.
- Identify the General Duties of the employee at their place of work as per the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005
- Describe the role of the manufacturers and designers in relation to produce used at work, as outlined in the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005;
- Evaluate the role of a supervisor in relation to providing a safe place of work;
- Design a system for recording and reporting incidents and accidents in the work place.
- Design a procedure for identifying the various factors that contribute to the causes of accidents and incidents.
Safety / Work Culture
- Describe the term ‘Safety culture’.
- Explain the legal issues surrounding ‘Safety /work culture’.
- Quantify the general aims of a safe work culture as currently written.
- Describe the term ‘behavioural modification’.
- Describe the means by which behaviour can be reinforced.
- Analyse the relationship between a good safety culture and job satisfaction.
- Explain the relationship between culture and work practice.
- Evaluate the benefits of a good safety culture to the strategic management of a company.
- Design a procedure for recording a weekly ‘behavioural’ safety audit.
- Design a system for providing feedback on behaviour performance.
- Organise a review of the findings of a ‘behavioural’ observation study/safety audit with staff inviting them to suggest improvements.
- Define ‘Terms of Reference’ for worksite ergonomics.
- Specify who within a specific workplace type ‘Duty of Care’ in relation to ‘Safety /Work culture’ resides with.
- Explain the terms ‘hazard’, ‘risk’, ‘risk management’
- Evaluate the contribution that risk management can make to the overall effective management of the workplace.
- Design a hazard analysis sheet for an area of work.
- Evaluate the use of risk controls:
- Explain the conditions under which health surveillance should be carried out at work, as outlined in 2005 and General Application Regulation 2007
- Design a system of reporting to ensure that relevant health surveillance is carried out routinely.
- Describe the purpose of a safety statement.
- Describe the role of the supervisor in relation to the effective implementation of the safety statement.
- Evaluate the contribution that employees can make in compiling a site-specific safety statement.
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of treating/controlling- identified risks
Training and Education
- Describe the role of the employer in relation to the provision of information, training and consultation as per the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005.
- Explain the advantages of training and education in providing a safe place of work.
- Carry out a training needs analysis on front line staff in relation to safety training completed and safety training required.
- List some of the methods of training available.
- Describe the role of the employer and employee from a selected normal operating procedure in relation to providing and using personal protective equipment at work;
- Design and deliver a short training programme on the use of personal protective equipment;
- Evaluate the benefits of effective use of personal protective equipment.
- Present a short training programme on coding and the use of signs at work as per Safety Health and Welfare at Work, (General Application) Regulations, 2007.
- Analyse the content of an induction-training programme for new staff in relation to safety awareness at work