Getting a formal health and safety qualification is more than just gaining the necessary knowledge to ensure effective health and safety performance in the workplace. Instead, taking on the challenge of an internationally recognised and advanced qualification like a Diploma, means developing and expanding your skills to become a trusted expert.
By: Lee Hamilton, HSS Consultant
The EEF Oxford Brookes Advanced Diploma in Health, Safety & Risk Management provides the perfect balance between gaining theoretical knowledge and a practical understanding of health, safety and environment. This advanced qualification gives delegates a wider and holistic technical appreciation for Occupational Health and Safety.
This course addresses the expanding role of the health and safety professional by covering such topics as security, environment, product safety, business continuity and food hygiene. A wide range of practical elements are also incorporated into the training to give delegates a better appreciation and understanding of the wider context of the different subject matters.
The programme has been specifically designed to meet business objectives at a local and international level sharing industry best practice across a wide range of sectors. EEF is already delivering this programme all over the world working closely with high profile organisations to ensure it meets their core values.
Another key benefit of choosing EEF as a health and safety training provider is the fact that all the training is delivered by highly experienced and competent specialists in their fields using a range of high quality delivery methods to create a conducive, supportive learning environment.
EEF training can be delivered at one of our flagship venues all over the country, or in-house, whether local or international.
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The core elements of the training include:
- Health and Safety Standards in a Globalised World
- Managing Physical Hazards in the Workplace
- Managing Health and Hygiene in the Workplace
- Health and Safety Management
- Risk Management