Business Improvement, Health & Safety and Environmental Services and Systems
Managing Safely in the Printing Industry

Course Objectives

Managing Safely in the Printing Industry is a unique course designed for managers and supervisors in
printing companies who require a foundation in health and safety management.
Unlike the standard Managing Safely course provided by other organisations, this course concentrates
on the issues affecting people working within the Printing Industry. 
Examples used are taken from printing companies and additional topics of relevanc
e to printing are covered. 

Nampak presentation
Tutor Phil Chambers
presents certificates
to two participants
during a visit to
Nampak, Liverpool.

The overall objectives of this course are:

Benefits to your company

The course is accredited through the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and successful completion leads to a nationally recognised qualification.
It is a 4-day course and is normally run as 2 blocks, each of 2 days, though other arrangements are available to suit participants.

The course concentrates on training delegates to apply a structured approach to health and safety management and covers the following modules:

Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Assessing risks
Module 3: Risk control
Module 4: Understanding responsibilities
Module 5: Identifying hazards
Module 6: Accidents and incidents
Module 7: Measuring performance
Module 8: Environmental concerns
Course dates, venues and how to register

The course is available either as a public course, arranged at venues throughout the country, or as in-company courses.
The latter is cost effective where there are 4 or more participants from the same company.
Public courses are arranged at venues throughout the country to suit participants.

Fees

Course Fee
Public 675 per person
In-company 2500 + 45 per person

 

Tutor and credentials

The tutor will be Phil Chambers

Phil is a Chartered Health and Safety Practitioner who has worked with the Printing Industry for 17 years, during which he has carried out health and safety support work for over 300 printing companies.  This ranges from risk, CoSHH and other assessments to expert witness support.

Phil was a contributor to the second edition of the Printers Guide to Health and Safety.

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