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Health, safety and environment (HSE) course for managers


Description
This course meets the requirements which is set to you as an employer in the Work Environment Act § 3-5.

As an employer, you are required to undergo training in health, safety and environment. The duty of education is personal and can not be delegated.

The course provides an introduction to the HSE regulations and how you as a supervisor can put these into practice in order to create a safe and good working day. We will cover various measures, procedures and instructions you can implement to your business, and immerses us in the most important HSE regulations. To conduct this course can prevent many potential hazards, as well as improving the existing conditions at the workplace

You will get a confirmation for completed courses. In addition, we know that your time is valuable; therefor we give you a chance to take the course when it suits you. The only thing you need to make sure of is to have internet access.

This course is available in Norwegian and English.

Content
- Introduction
- Introduction in HSE for managers
- Work Environment Act
- Regulations
- HSE in practice
- In case of an emergency

Completion rules
- The exam must be passed
- Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever

Course duration: ~3-4 hours
Content
  • Intro
  • Welcome to the courses
  • Course in HSE for managers
  • Introduction
  • Health Safety Environment
  • Why is HSE for managers important?
  • Setup
  • How to take the course
  • Examination and tests
  • Follow the regulations
  • Part 1
  • Introduction to HSE for managers
  • Who is an employer/manager?
  • Requirement for training
  • The employer’s role in HSE
  • The employer’s role in HSE 2
  • Requirement for systematic HSE
  • The planning phase
  • Facilitation and participation
  • Obligation to inform and discuss
  • Work environment improvements
  • Work environment improvements
  • Project groups and employee appraisal meetings
  • Work positions
  • Assessment of measures for physical activity
  • The workplace
  • Notifications
  • Duty to register, notify and report
  • Sick leave
  • The employer’s follow-up of employees on sick leave
  • Facilitation
  • Hiring
  • Privacy policy
  • Workers hired from another company
  • Quiz 1
  • PArt 2
  • The Working Environment Act
  • Law Regulations
  • Working Environment Act
  • The Working Environment Act
  • Definitions
  • The employees’ duty to participate
  • Example
  • Why is participation important
  • The duties of the employees
  • Notify
  • Employers responsibility
  • The duties of the employer: Requirements for systematic HSE
  • The duties of the employer
  • Special precautions
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Company health service
  • Work environment: General requirements
  • Working alone
  • Preparation, participation and development
  • The psychosocial work environment
  • The physical work environment
  • Accomodation
  • Chemical and biological health hazards
  • Reduced work ability
  • Registration of injuries and illnesses
  • Safety delegates
  • The duties of the safety delegates
  • The training of the safety delegates
  • The work environment committee
  • Control measures and a privacy policy
  • Personal information
  • Working hours
  • Normal working hours
  • Days off from work and breaks
  • Work by children and adolescents
  • Entitlement to a leave of absence
  • Ban on discrimination
  • Part-time employees
  • Employment contract and salary
  • Dismissal / Resignation
  • Other things
  • Conclusion
  • Quiz 2
  • part 3
  • Regulations
  • Internal Control Regulation
  • The purpose
  • Obligation to do internal control
  • Internal control
  • Internal control Written documentation
  • Establishing goals
  • Overview
  • Identifying the risks
  • Risk assessment
  • Risk assessment 2
  • Why a risk assessment ?
  • A plan
  • Measures
  • Routines and review
  • After the work – Review and evaluation
  • Example
  • Coordination
  • Regulation on organization, management and participation
  • Identification of risk factors
  • Training and information
  • Dangers and measures
  • Particular dangers
  • The Workplace Regulation
  • The workplace
  • Safety signs
  • Regulation on the Execution of Work
  • Training
  • Information
  • Regulation on measures and limit values
  • The Producer Regulation
  • The producer regulation 2
  • Regulation on Administrative Arrangements
  • Conclusion
  • Quiz 3
  • part 4
  • HSE in practice
  • Step 1: Gather the requirements; Find laws and regulations
  • Step 2: Create goals
  • Step 3: Make an overview
  • Step 4: Gather documentation and routine procedures
  • Step 5: Identify hazards and problems
  • Step 6: Risk assessment
  • Step 7: Develop action plans and routines
  • Step 8: Implement the measures
  • Step 9: Create routines (to detect risks)
  • Step 10: Regular control of the internal control
  • Quiz 4
  • part 5
  • In case of emergency
  • Preventative measures
  • In case of emergency
  • If a person is not breathing
  • Artificial respiration
  • Cardiac arrest
  • Stop bleeds
  • Exam
  • Conclusion and examination
  • Exam
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever