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Occupational Health and Safety
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Minimum Entry Requirements:
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This qualification is designed to accommodate the needs of a wide cross section of industry personnel. The qualification provides evidence of the attainment of an intermediate level of workplace health and safety knowledge as well as recognising competencies associated with a range of workplace safety and health issues from specific industries.
This qualification has been designed to enable it to be used by a number of different industries. The compulsory section covers the common health and safety skills and knowledge required by all industries whereas the elective sections enable different industries to choose the standards, domains, or subfields that suit their requirements.
Candidates completing this qualification would be able to progress to the National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Co-ordination) (Level 4) [Ref: 0944] if they wished to become occupational safety facilitators. This in turn could lead to further qualifications at diploma or degree level.
The qualification provides evidence of the attainment of an intermediate level of workplace health and safety knowledge for personnel in any industry. It covers common health and safety skills and knowledge required by all industries as well as recognising competencies associated with prevention of common workplace injuries (Strand One) or safe operation of a powered industrial lift truck (forklift) (Strand Two).
Students may move onto further learning in the fields of Occupational Health and Safety or Management in various disciplines
This programme prepares students for the following careers and/or employment opportunities:
* Health and Safety representative in any workplace
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Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Workplace Safety) for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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