With society's focus increasingly on health, including workers’ health, the Centre for Safety and Health at Work (CSHW) will continue to meet the needs of industry using blended online platforms and flexible teaching programmes to cover key contemporary issues.
The Certificate in Safety and Health at Work is an introduction to a comprehensive range of topics relating to safety and health in the workplace including: legislation; risk and safety management; identification of physical, chemical, psycho-social, and ergonomic hazards; occupational health hazard management and occupational safety hazard management.
Students who successfully complete the Certificate in Safety and Health at Work will be able to advise management on a range of OSH issues in their workplace.
Who should apply?
The Certificate course is intended for working adults, i.e. managers, supervisors, safety representatives and others who have some responsibility for safety and health at work or those with an interest in safety and health in the workplace, or for those where OSH is unlikely to be their full-time role.
“I believe that our employees’ participation in the programme has been a significant contribution to our improved performance. ESB’s participation in this course has been a very worthwhile investment.”
Ronan Collier, Risk and Compliance Manager, ESB