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Elements of health & Safety Management System

Accident investigation reasons


An accident case 4 immediate causes & 4 underlying causes (root causes)
Information in an accident investigation report
Outline the factors that may determine the level of supervision an employee should receive during the
Ways of reducing the likelihood of human error in the workplace.
Reasons why the seriousness of a hazard may be underestimated by someone exposed to it
Ways in which managers can motivate employees to work safely.
Meaning of the term `safe system of work'.
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Describe the criteria that must be met for the risk assessment to be deemed suitable and sufficient
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Describe the criteria that must be met for the risk assessment to be deemed suitable and sufficient
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Various measures that might beused to assess the effectiveness of the training
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Factors why accidents needs to be reported
Factors that discourage the employees from reporting accidents
Why is it important for an organization to set targets interms of HSE performance
6 types of targets in terms of HSE
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ProActive monitoring
Reactive monitoring
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List
practical means in which managers can involve their staff in the improvement of health & safety
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Why
PPE is taken as the last resort
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Why young worker are at greater risk
How to minimise the risk to young employees
Meaning
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Categories of persons who might be useful in an internal accident investigation
Why is PPE the last resort?
Define
the term 'permittowork system'.
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Outline the factors to consider when carrying out a fire risk assessment of a workplace.
Hierarchy
of Risk Management Controls
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3. Organisation
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Outline ways in which the health & safety culture of an organisation can be improved
Explain the term Risk, using an example.
Outline the factors that needs to be considered when selecting individuals to assist in carrying out hea
Outline the immediate and long terms actions that should betaken after a serious workplace injury acc
Outline the reasons why an employee may require additional health & safety training at a later stage
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Outline ways in which managers can motivate their employees
Outline the factors to be considered when assessing the risk to a long distance delivery driver.
Explain how the accident datacan be used to improve the health and safety performanc eof an organi

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