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NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (New Syllabus-2018)

NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (New Syllabus-2018) – Awarded by NEBOSH

Achieve recognition for your health and safety skills and knowledge anywhere in the world with the NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.

Duration

92 Hours

Fees

S$ 1,500 + GST, Per Participant

Mode

Part-Time
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Course Overview

Achieve recognition for your health and safety skills and knowledge anywhere in the world with the NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.

With in-depth focus on the things that matter, the NEBOSH International General Certificate covers the core skills you need, wherever in the world you work. You will learn:

  • How to effectively manage health and safety
  • How to identify and control common workplace hazards
  • How to measure if you’ve been successful
  • Relevant key international standards

Risk assessment is central to the qualification. Through study and workplace application, you will be able to successfully:

  • Confidently carry out risk assessments
  • Develop and implement a detailed action plan
  • Manage and minimise workplace risks
  • Support and develop your company’s health and safety culture

Who Should Attend

  • The NEBOSH International General Certificate is suitable for those embarking on a career in health and safety, providing a sound basis for progression on to the NEBOSH International Diploma. No previous health and safety knowledge is required.
  • Managers, supervisors and employees throughout the world take the NEBOSH International General Certificate because it gives them the skills and know-how to fulfil their health and safety responsibilities in any country and in any kind of organisation.
  • Holders of NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety are entitled to Associate Membership (AIOSH) of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).

Average Teacher to Student Ratio: 1:20

Duration

  • 92 hours (No breaks between exams and modules)
  • Full-time: 1 month Mon to Fri (6pm to 10pm)
  • Part-time: 2 month Mon, Wed, Fri (6pm to 10pm) / Sun (9am to 6pm)

Schedule

  • 19 Nov 2023 Intake
  • 14 Jan 2024 Intake

Modules

Nebosh International General Certificate In Occupational Safety And HealthUnit IG1: Management of  health and safety
Learning Outcomes:

  • Risk assessment is central to the qualification. Through study and workplace application, successful learners will be able to:
  • Confidently carry out risk assessments
  • Develop and implement a detailed action plan
  • Manage and minimise workplace risks
  • Support and develop your company’s health and safety culture

ElementTitleDuration
Element 1Why we should manage workplace health and safety37 hours
Element 2How health and safety management systems work and what they look like
Element 3Managing risk – understanding people and processes
Element 4Health and safety monitoring and measuring
-Student self-study hours20 hours

Unit IG2: Risk Assessment
Learning Outcomes:

  • Confidently carry out risk assessments
  • Develop and implement a detailed action plan
  • Manage and minimise workplace risks
  • Support and develop your company’s health and safety culture

ElementTitleDuration
Element 5Physical and psychological health50 hours
Element 6Musculoskeletal health
Element 7Chemical and biological agents
Element 8General workplace issues
Element 9Work equipment
Element 10Fire
Element 11Electricity

TitleDuration
Student self-study hours20 hours
Unit IG1: Management of health and safety - Question Paper2 hours
Unit IG2: Risk assessment - Practical Assessment3 hours
Total Overall Tuition Time92 hours
Total Overall Student self-study hours40 hours

Mode of Assessment

IG1 – The invigilated paper-based exam is being permanently replaced by a new open-book examination (OBE) via NEBOSH online assessment platform. In the two weeks after your exam, you will be required to attend a closing interview which takes approximately 15 minutes. The purpose of the interview is to confirm that the work you have submitted is your own and that you did not have any assistance in completing your NEBOSH assessment.

IG2 – The practical assessment of the NEBOSH General Certificate. It tests your ability to apply your learning in the real world. You’re required to produce a risk assessment of your workplace that identifies a range of hazards. The risk assessment must be suitable and sufficient.

Entry Requirement

  • Academic Level: GCE ‘O’ Levels
  • Language Proficiency: WPLN Level 6
  • Work experience: 3-4 years

All information is correct at the time of publishing. Avanta Academy reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice in its absolute discretion.

Lecturers

Koh Kim Chye (Part-Time)

Masters of Science in Occupational Safety and Health (Environmental Management)
Columbia Southern University, United States of America

Modules Taught

Element 1. Why we should manage workplace health and safety
Element 2. How health and safety management systems work and what they look like
Element 3. Managing risk – understanding people and processes
Element 4. Health and safety monitoring and measuring
Element 5. Physical and psychological health
Element 6. Musculoskeletal health
Element 7. Chemical and biological agents
Element 8. General workplace issues
Element 9. Work equipment
Element 10. Fire
Element 11. Electricity

Lingampalli Sunil Kumar (Part-Time)

Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engineering)
Osmania University, India

Modules Taught

Element 1. Why we should manage workplace health and safety
Element 2. How health and safety management systems work and what they look like
Element 3. Managing risk – understanding people and processes
Element 4. Health and safety monitoring and measuring
Element 5. Physical and psychological health
Element 6. Musculoskeletal health
Element 7. Chemical and biological agents
Element 8. General workplace issues
Element 9. Work equipment
Element 10. Fire
Element 11. Electricity

Senthil Nathan S/O Elankovan (Part-Time)

Bachelor of Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety
The University of Newcastle, Australia

Modules Taught

Element 1. Why we should manage workplace health and safety
Element 2. How health and safety management systems work and what they look like
Element 3. Managing risk – understanding people and processes
Element 4. Health and safety monitoring and measuring
Element 5. Physical and psychological health
Element 6. Musculoskeletal health
Element 7. Chemical and biological agents
Element 8. General workplace issues
Element 9. Work equipment
Element 10. Fire
Element 11. Electricity

Shah Md Nurul Islam (Part-Time)

Master of Science in Technical Education with specialization in Electronic Engineering
Islamic University of Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Modules Taught

Element 1. Why we should manage workplace health and safety
Element 2. How health and safety management systems work and what they look like
Element 3. Managing risk – understanding people and processes
Element 4. Health and safety monitoring and measuring
Element 5. Physical and psychological health
Element 6. Musculoskeletal health
Element 7. Chemical and biological agents
Element 8. General workplace issues
Element 9. Work equipment
Element 10. Fire
Element 11. Electricity

Soh Guat Hiong (Part-Time)

Master of Science in Occupational Hygiene
University of London

Modules Taught

Element 1. Why we should manage workplace health and safety
Element 2. How health and safety management systems work and what they look like
Element 3. Managing risk – understanding people and processes
Element 4. Health and safety monitoring and measuring
Element 5. Physical and psychological health
Element 6. Musculoskeletal health
Element 7. Chemical and biological agents
Element 8. General workplace issues
Element 9. Work equipment
Element 10. Fire
Element 11. Electricity

Tan Poh Khiang (Part-Time)

Bachelor of Occupational Health and Safety
University of Newcastle, Australia

Modules Taught

Element 1. Why we should manage workplace health and safety
Element 2. How health and safety management systems work and what they look like
Element 3. Managing risk – understanding people and processes
Element 4. Health and safety monitoring and measuring
Element 5. Physical and psychological health
Element 6. Musculoskeletal health
Element 7. Chemical and biological agents
Element 8. General workplace issues
Element 9. Work equipment
Element 10. Fire
Element 11. Electricity

Veerasamy Bhuvaneswaran (Part-Time)

Master of Science in Safety, Health and Environment
National University of Singapore

Modules Taught

Element 1. Why we should manage workplace health and safety
Element 2. How health and safety management systems work and what they look like
Element 3. Managing risk – understanding people and processes
Element 4. Health and safety monitoring and measuring
Element 5. Physical and psychological health
Element 6. Musculoskeletal health
Element 7. Chemical and biological agents
Element 8. General workplace issues
Element 9. Work equipment
Element 10. Fire
Element 11. Electricity

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