The education environment presents a variety of special hazards and risks. With the duty to protect children and young adults from harm, it is considered to be one of the most difficult environments in which to manage Health & Safety.
Who Should Attend?
This course is suitable for all teaching and support staff with supervisory duties and who are in direct contact with students. It is particularly relevant to people employed in primary, secondary and special schools as well as FE colleges and universities.
The course comprises six modules:
- Health & Safety legislation including individual and organisation duties and different regulatory body requirements (HSE, Ofsted).
- Common hazards and risks in the education environment and the hierarchy of risk control measures.
- Sensible risk management including work experience placements and educational trips.
- Incident management and reporting including RIDDOR requirements.
- Formulating a robust Health & Safety policy and promoting a positive culture.
- Planning for success through proactive monitoring procedures.
The main benefits for head teachers, principals, directors and managers who wish to attend this course or send staff on it are that you will be able to:
- Develop a Health & Safety culture which you can lead from the top.
- Demonstrate your commitment and proactive attitude to the health, safety and wellbeing of your students, staff and visitors.
- Give staff the knowledge and confidence to manage risks in their areas of responsibility.
Assessment & Certification
On successful completion of an end of course test, delegates will be awarded an IOSH certificate in Managing Health and Safety Risks in the Education Sector.
Please call us on 0345 226 8393 if you would like to arrange an in-house course.