Health and Safety Level 2
Health and Safety Level 2
Who should take this health and safety course?
One of the most essential steps that employers can take towards creating a safe environment is to ensure that all new employees receive suitable health and safety induction training. This should cover basic safety principles and the organisation’s health and safety arrangements – such as first aid facilities, fire precautions and evacuation procedures.
In providing workers with information and training on health and safety at work, employers can help to ensure that everyone has the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their work safely and therefore help to manage risks effectively in the workplace.
However it is not just employees who need to receive health and safety training. Managers and supervisors also play a key role in ensuring a safe working environment and need to be given adequate training to enable them to manage health and safety effectively. Managerial and supervisory staff need to be aware of relevant health and safety legislation and must be able to check that any control measures in the workplace are effectively reducing the risks.
The roles and responsibilities for health, safety and welfare in the workplace.
Identify both employer and employee duties relating to health, safety & welfare at work.
The different ways in which health and safety information can be communicated.
The consequences for non-compliance with health & safety legislation.
An understanding on how risk assessments contribute to health and safety.
The role a risk assessment plays in reducing accidents and ill health at work.
The definition of the terms hazard and risk.
Identify and control risks from common workplace hazards.
Common hazards found in a range of workplaces.
The principle of risk control.
Know the procedures for responding to accidents & incidents in the work place.
The common causes of workplace accidents and ill health.
The list of arrangements that should be in place for both emergencies and first aid.
The importance of record keeping.
No previous experience or qualifications are necessary.
How the qualification is assessed:
The course is run at our training rooms over 1 day. The qualification is assessed through a 60 question multiple choice exam. The duration of the exam is 1 hour. To successfully achieve the Health and Safety Level 2 award you need to score at least 20 out of 30.
On successful completion of the course, the delegate will receive a Health and Safety Level 2 certificate. Dynamo Concise Training also offer continuous support once you have qualified, including information about changes health and safety regulations, regular newsletters and discounted prices on further courses as well as refresher courses.
The individual price for the Health and Safety Level 2 course is £45 per person. The price includes a course book, notepad, pens, training pack, examination and certificate. There are no hidden fees.
Discounted rates are available for groups with more than 5 candidates. We offer both open courses and group bookings. If you would like more information or wish to enquire about availability, please phone us free on 0800 612 9174 for more details.
We also provide training in the evenings, on Saturdays and on Sundays. We realise that our training needs to be flexible to meet our individual learners’ lifestyles as well as meet the needs of companies and organisations.