Has your company grown past 5 employees and now needs to implement Health & Safety measures? Directors and Senior Managers may not fully understand their personal, moral and corporate responsibilities. This is a certificated course that covers high level responsibilities, as well as the basic foundations of a good overall management system, with a clear understanding of the requirements of health and safety law as it applies to their business and how it should be implemented. Effective Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) Management can only be achieved when the people who steer an organisation are prepared to make it an integral component of achieving success. Best business practice and HSE guidance encourages senior managers to be trained in these areas.
To provide Directors and Senior Managers, with an overview of their Safety, Health and Environmental responsibilities, to equip them to make informed business decisions based on risk, and to understand how to incorporate SHE requirements into existing business strategy.
Who should attend
Directors, Executives and Senior Managers of organisations ranging in size from 5 to 250 employees.
- Understanding how senior managers perceive SHE responsibilities, and exploring if it is considered a burden or a benefit
- Main principles from Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999
- SHE Management Systems & practical, strategic implementation
- Annual audits – Safety Ribbon Award
- Guidance from HSG65 & INDG417 on managing safety within a business – ‘how to’ tips
- Directors & Managers personal responsibilities & consequences of legal action
- Corporate social responsibility
- Corporate Manslaughter & Corporate Homicide Act 2007
Delegates will be awarded a certificate of attendance for this legally required training on successful completion of the multiple choice assessment.