To improve safety culture at work and to introduce the world's best safety practices, from 31 October to 11 November, employees of the Occupational Health and Safety Department and heads of KEGOC's MES branches took NEBOSH IGC training course.
NEBOSH is the National Examination Board for Occupational Safety and Health in the UK, the globally recognised training, assessment and certification body for occupational health, safety and environment professionals.
NEBOSH IGC course consists of two Modules:
Module IG1 Occupational Health and Safety Management;
Module IG2 Workplace risk assessment.
At the end of the course and upon successful completion of the examinations, students receive an International Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.
NEBOSH IGC explains how to manage health and safety effectively and how to identify, mitigate, and manage the main hazards in each workplace. Risk assessment has an important place in NEBOSH IGC qualification, provided that it reflects the actual tasks performed by people.
Leading companies around the world are training their managers and employees in NEBOSH IGC, as this provides a thorough understanding of a wide range of health and safety issues and is a necessary qualification.
KEGOC will continue to train its employees to ensure zero workplace injuries in accordance with the Vision Zero concept.