NEBOSH international diploma (idip) in occupational health and safety management professionals
WHY GET NEBOSH IDIP?
The NEBOSH International Diploma is the qualification for aspiring health and safety professionals, building directly upon the foundation of knowledge provided by the NEBOSH International General Certificate. It is designed to provide you with the knowledge and understanding required for undertaking a career as a health and safety professional and it also provides a sound basis for progression to postgraduate study. The International Diploma is recognized and reliable and approximately 3,000 learners have achieved the qualification since its introduction. The qualification deliberately looks at general workplace issues so that is can be applied in many different sectors which health and safety professionals may work in. By applying the knowledge and skills gained from this qualification you will be able to contribute to maintaining a safe and healthy workplace and immediate benefit for your employer. You will also be able to recognize a range of workplace health and safety hazards and recommend control measures so that residual risk from these hazards is as low as possible. The qualification will also equip you with professional skills such as understanding how your leadership style can affect other workers and the culture of the organization, as well as being able to influence and negotiate with workers at all levels.
To understand the role of health and safety legislation, the purpose, and principles of enforcement actions and the role of the United Nations’ International Labor Organization and other non-governmental bodies.
To use different types of health and safety leadership approaches and be able to influence health and safety issues at all levels.
- To Influence organization and health and safety workplace culture.
- To proactively manage health and safety, taking account of human failures and factors.
- To manage health and safety competence (both your own and that of the organization).
- To use a range of hazard identification, risk management and loss causation techniques.
- To monitor health and safety performance.
- To develop your role as a health and safety professional including understanding how it links with
- Corporate Social Responsibility.
- To effectively manage organizational change.
- To manage contractors and supply chains.
- To control a range of workplace health and wellbeing issues.
- To control a range of workplace safety issues.
SCOPE OF LEARNING
Unit ID1: Know – Workplace Health and Safety Principles
- Socio-legal Models
- The International Labor Organization and its conventions and recommendations
- Non-governmental bodies and health and safety standards
- Third parties
- Organizational structures
- Loss causation, Quantitative analysis of data
- Measuring and monitoring
- Professional skills
- Health and safety culture, Behavioral change programs
- Traditional and proactive safety management
- Risk perception
- Human failures and factors, Improving human reliability
- Competence, training, information, and supervision
- High Reliability Organizations
- Hazard identification techniques
- Managing health and safety risks
- Risk management
- Societal factors
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Organization change
- Contractors, Supply chains
Unit ID2: Do – Controlling Workplace Health Issues (International)
- Occupational health services, Equality in the workplace
- Mental ill-health, Wellbeing, Workplace violence, Lone working
- Health surveillance
- Hazardous substances
- Health risks from hazardous substances
- Epidemiology and toxicology
- Asbestos and lead
- Ventilation and PPE
- Hazardous substances monitoring
- Biological agents
- Musculoskeletal issues, Manual handling
- Workplace temperature, Welfare arrangements
Unit ID3: Do – Controlling Workplace Safety Issues (International)
- Safe working environment
- Confined spaces
- Fire and explosion
- Dangerous substances
- Work equipment and machinery maintenance
- Work equipment
- Mobile work equipment, Lifting Equipment
- Construction, Working at height, Demolition, Excavation
- Workplace transport, Work-related driving
- Comfortable classroom facility
- Whiteboard with marker and flip charts
- Projector/TV and related accessories for connection/set-up
- Audio Visual Presentation
- One (1) book per Unit (3 Books)
- Training notebook and pen
ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE and OUTCOME
- ITAC Safety will register interested learners in taking the exam, the learner will need to register through online or ITAC Safety NEBOSH Form.
- Exam schedule will be based to the announced date of NEBOSH.
- ITAC Safety will register learners on NEBOSH system and once confirmed, the candidates will be receiving learner’s hall ticket regarding the information of the exam.
- Learners must complete and pass the three (3) Units of assessment to achieve the qualification.
- Exam results will be issued by NEBOSH to learners within 12 weeks from the date of examination via learner’s registered email address.
- Re-sitting Unit(s) – If you do not achieve a ‘Pass’, you may re-sit the unit(s) in which you have been unsuccessful providing that this happens within the 5-year enrolment period. However, each re-sit will incur an additional fee.
Learner should pass all three (3) units (ID1, ID2, and ID3) in order to be awarded the NEBOSH International Diploma for Occupational Health and Safety Management Professionals qualification certificate.
National Examination Board of Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)
MODE OF TEACHING
- Blended Learning
- Everyone is welcome to take the course, especially those who are:
- Planning or starting in Occupational Health and Safety career.
- Holding Occupational Health and Safety role.
- Managers and supervisors who have Occupational Health and Safety responsibilities.
Max 20 candidates per trainer only