Training in a Nutshell – NEBOSH Certificate

Our latest Training in a Nutshell blog focuses on one of our flagship courses – the NEBOSH National General Certificate.  As ever, we’ll be giving you an overview of the course, outline the key benefits and present a compelling case for undertaking the course…all in less than 300 words!

NEBOSH General Certificate

In a tweet:  Gain the UK’s most popular safety qualification, ideal for managers, supervisors, or those looking to start a career in health and safety.”


It’s for you if…

  • You’re looking to gain a broad understanding of key health and safety issues
  • You’re aiming to improve your reputation among suppliers, clients and partners
  • You want a valuable overview and sound basis for further professional study.

 5 key benefits:

  • Adds credibility to your organisation and demonstrates the seriousness with which an organisation views safety to its stakeholders
  • Learn how to investigate accidents effectively and assist in the design and implementation of safe systems of work and accident prevention programmes
  • Provides a valuable overview and sound basis for further professional study
  • Helps your business reduce costs by preventing accidents and ill health of employees, without incurring unnecessary expense by over-reacting to trivial risks
  • Provides an understanding of health and safety legislation to enable delegates to monitor safety performance in their workplace.

 Course Content:

  • Foundations in Health and Safety
  • Health and Safety Management Systems
  • Workplace Hazards and Risk Control
  • Transport Hazards and Risk Control
  • Work Equipment Hazards and Risk Control
  • Electrical and Fire Safety
  • Chemical and Biological Health Hazards and Risk Control
  • Physical and Psychological Health Hazards and Risk Control

 What do I tell my boss?

“The NEBOSH National General Certificate in occupational health and safety delivers a return on your investment.  Having qualified safety professionals will be an important asset to the organisation.”

Where can I find out more?

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