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Diploma in HSE

Program Overview

About the Program

HSE training is a key element in the prevention of work-related injuries, illnesses and death. When educated on safety procedures, participants will know how to prevent accidents in the workplace and will also learn how to respond efficiently if presented with a dangerous situation. Another benefit of safety training is a reduction in accident and incident rates, which reflects favorably on the organization. Safety training is also important because it provides a way for companies to document proof that such training has occurred, protecting it from potential lawsuits involving injuries.

 

Objectives

The objective of the Professional Certificate in Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) is to provide HSE managers and engineers with proper information and skills to develop and implement a variety of safety & occupational health programs at the workplace in order to protect personnel, equipment, production and the workplace environment.

 

Who Should Attend?

  • HSE Managers from all Industries

  • HSE Supervisors and Coordinators of Construction projects (irrespective of project size)

  • All Technical staff leading activities critical safety (excavation, electrical, mechanical, instrument, demolition, drilling, hand tools, water or swamp operations, lifting, working at height, public service providers, etc)

  • HSE Systems Designers and HSE team leaders

  • Health Team Leaders and First Aiders

  • Maintenance Staff

 

Module Outcome

The aim of this HSEM program is to provide students with information, knowledge and skills to perform the following in a workplace:

  • Identify and prioritize environmental, occupational safety, and health hazards and problems.

  • Evaluate the risk posed by the hazards/problems through analytical and/or empirical methods.

  • Develop prevention and control strategies to eliminate or minimize the hazards/problems.

  • Apply and validate the interventions developed.

On completing this associate degree program, graduates must be able to:

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, sciences and other related disciplines

  • Conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

  • Identify, formulate and solve applied science problems

  • Practice teamwork

  • Exhibit an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

  • Display an ability to communicate effectively

  • Have a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

  • Discuss contemporary issues

  • Show an ability to use the techniques, skills and modern applied science tools necessary for professional practice.

  • Demonstrate knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to competently and ethically practice the applicable scientific, technical and regulatory aspects related to the option selected.Module List

 

Module List
Semester 1

Physics and chemistry – fundamentals

Basic safety engineering

Risk assessment procedure

Safety management system


Semester 2

Accident investigation & reporting

Safety performance indicators

Emergency planning procedure

NEBOSH International General Certificate


Semester 3

Risk assessment methodology

Crisis management

Environmental management system

Final Project