This NEBOSH Award is designed to provide process operators and technicians with an understanding of health, safety and environmental management within the process industries. If you work (or want to work) in industries like chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical and food processing, then this course could be for you. It also provides a perfect introduction to a NEBOSH Certificate.


What you will study
Unit HSEP1: Health, Safety and Environment for the Process Industries
• The Foundations of Health and Safety
• The Responsibility for Health and Safety
• Health and Safety Risk Assessment and Control
• Hazards and Controls Associated with Work Equipment, Working with Electricity, Manual Handling and 
   Repetitive Movement, Hazardous Substances, the Working Environment.
• Transport Safety
• Fire Safety
• The Foundations of Process Safety
• Systems to Prevent Loss of Containment
• Common Hazards, Risks and Controls in the Chemical Industry
• Plant Integrity
• Emergency Response
• Foundations in Environmental Management
• Control of Emissions
• Environmental Risk Assessments (Impact Assessment)
Recommended hours of study: 44 hours

Assessment: 
The assessment consists of one multiple-choice examination.

a)      Award in Safety, Health & Environment for the Process Industries

This NEBOSH Award is designed to provide process operators and technicians with an understanding of health, safety and environmental management within the process industries. If you work (or want to work) in industries like chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical and food processing, then this course could be for you. It also provides a perfect introduction to a NEBOSH Certificate.

What you will study

Unit HSEP1: Health, Safety and Environment for the Process Industries

  • The Foundations of Health and Safety
  • The Responsibility for Health and Safety
  • Health and Safety Risk Assessment and Control
  •  Hazards and Controls Associated with Work Equipment, Working with Electricity, Manual Handling and Repetitive Movement, Hazardous Substances, the Working Environment.
  • Transport Safety
  • Fire Safety
  • The Foundations of Process Safety
  • Systems to Prevent Loss of Containment
  • Common Hazards, Risks and Controls in the Chemical Industry
  • Plant Integrity
  • Emergency Response
  • Foundations in Environmental Management
  • Control of Emissions
  • Environmental Risk Assessments (Impact Assessment)

Recommended hours of study: 44 hours

Assessment: 
The assessment consists of one multiple-choice examination.

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