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NEBOSH IGC (International General Certificate)

Course Description:

UNIT IGC 1: Management of International Health & Safety

Foundations in health and safety
Health and safety management systems 1 - Plan
Health and safety management systems 2 - Do
Health and safety management systems 3 - Check
Health and safety management systems 4 - Act
UNIT IGC 2: Control of International Workplace Risks
Workplace hazards and risk control
Transport hazards and risk control
Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
Work equipment hazards and risk control
Electrical safety
Fire safety
Chemical and biological health hazards and risk control
Physical and psychological health hazards and risk control
UNIT IGC3: International Health & Safety Practical Application

Course Assessment and Certification

Candidates are assessed by an examination for each unit :
IGC1; GC 2 and GC3 (a practical health & safety assessment of a
workplace situation ).

Each exam is 2 hours in duration.

Candidates must achieve a minimum pass standard in all the

examinations and assessment to be awarded the NEBOSH
International General Certificate in Occupational Safety &
Health. Certification is issued by NEBOSH UK.

Training Courses:

IOSH Managing Safely Ver. 4.0

(Institutional Occupational Safety and Health Course)

Course information:
Module 1- Introduction to Managing Safely
Module 2- Assessing risks
Module 3- Controlling risks
Module 4- Understanding your responsibilities
Module 5- Identifying hazards
Module 6- Investigating accidents & incidents
Module 7- Measuring performance
Module 8- Protecting our environment

Training Courses:

OSHA General Industry Based Awareness

Course information:
Module 1A: Introduction to OSHA and the OSH Act
Module 1B: Basic Safety Orientation
Module 2:
Walking & Working Surfaces
Module 3:
Emergency Action Plan
Module 4:
Hazardous Materials
Module 5:
Module 6:
Personal Protective Equipment
Module 7:
Confined Spaces & Permit Required Confined Spaces
Module 8:
Module 9:
Materials Handling & Storage
Module 10: Machine Guarding Safety
Module 11: Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
Module 12: Electrical Safety
Module 13: Hazard Communication
Module 14: Hazardous Substances & Industrial Hygiene
Module 15: Bloodborne Pathogens
Module 16: Record Keeping & Reporting
Module 17: Workplace Violence
Module 18: Safety and Health Programs
Module 19: Ergonomics
Module 20: Hazards of Asbestos in the Workplace
Module 21: Lead Safety in the Workplace
Module 22: Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety
Module 23: Formaldehyde Awareness
Module 24: Process Safety Management of Highly Hazard Materials

Training Course:

OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety

Health Hazards in Construction
Material Handling Storage and Disposal
Stairways and Ladders
Hand and Power tools

Training Course:

OSHA 30 hour Construction Industry

Introduction to OSHA
Managing Safety and Health
Struck and Caught Hazards
Personal Protective Equipment
Hearing Conservation
Respiratory Protection
Lead and Crystalline Silica
GHS Hazard Communication
Electrical Safety
Hand and Power Tools
Fall Protection
Ladder Safety
Crane Safety
Heavy Equipment
Forklift Safety
Materials Handling
Permit-Required Confined Spaces
Fire Safety
Welding and Cutting
Concrete and Masonry
Steel Erection

Course information and Pricing


International Approved Courses

Market Price

OSHA Based - General Industry Awareness


OSHA 30 General Industry


OSHA Based Construction Safety


OSHA 30 Construction Safety


Lead Auditor Course ( ISO Certification)


ISO Certification for Companies ( ISO 9001, 18001,

14001, etc.)


IOSH Managing Safely Ver. 4,0




Modular /Subjective Trainings



Schools/Universities (General Safety Awareness,

First Aid, CPR, etc.)



Schools/Elementary ( general safety awareness,

First Aid , CPR, etc.)


Training Course:

Registered Safety Officer (RSO

Managements Responsibilities
Hazard Recognition and Control Measures
Fire and Life Safety
Electrical Safety
Office and Fleet Safety
Compressed Gas Cylinders
Hazardous Materials / Waste
Safety Training
Safety Inspections
Accident Investigations
Documenting Safety

Registered Safety Manager (RSM)

Assertive Communication
A Safety Manager must be able to stand up to management for the workers, as
well as stand up to the workers for management. Communicating assertively gives
you the ability to say what you mean without guilt and reprisal.
A Safety Manager just cannot do it all, and therefore delegating becomes vital to
the success of the company. Delegating not only frees up valuable time to
concentrate on other important tasks, but also provides a growth experience for the
one receiving the delegation.
Time Management
Time itself cannot be managed, however, what we do with the time can. By
identifying time wasters, the Safety Manager can improve their efficiency and the
efficiency of their safety officers in the use of time.
Stress Management
The demands of the job can be overwhelming at times, which leads to stress. Too
much stress can lead to health issues. Therefore it is critical that a Safety Manager
learn various techniques on how to avoid stress and ways to reduce the stress in a
beneficial manner.
Handling Conflicts
Not every decision the Safety Manager or the Company makes is going to be
accepted by all workers. By being able to recognize the negative signs displayed
by staff and workers many conflicts can be mitigated before they become a major
issue. Techniques for how to handle individuals or groups who present a conflicting
situation are critical for a safety manager.
Substance Abuse Awareness
Drugs and alcohol find their way on to all jobsites and in all workplaces. As a
Safety Manager you will become more involved in the Companys Drug and
Alcohol Policy. Through the understanding of why workers abuse drugs and
alcohol, as well as the most common drugs abused, you will be in a better position
to enforce the Companys Drug and Alcohol Policy and provide guidance for your
safety officers.

Evaluating Staff Performance

As a minimum most workers and management are evaluated once a year, to
determine if they are beneficial to the company. As a Safety Manager you will be
responsible for evaluating your safety officers. Through accurate evaluation the
safety officers can be guided to improvement


Basic Scaffold Safety and Inspection
Basic Electrical Safety and Inspection
Permit to Work System
First Aid and BLS
H2S Scaba and Confined Space
Working at Heights Training
Hand and Power tools / PPEs

Health Hazards
Crane Activity Inspection and Basic

For Schools/Universities
First Aid and Basic Life Support
Leadership / Personal Development Training
Emergency Evacuation, Response and Rescue
In events of
Natural Calamities (Typhoons, Earthquake, Floods)
Fires and Explosion ( Bomb Threats)
Kidnaping, Hostage Taking, Terrorist Threats and attacks
Civil Disturbance, Strikes and other violent events.