Unit A: Managing health and safety
Element A1: Principles of health and safety management
Element A2: Principles of health and safety law
Element A3: Criminal law
Element A4: Civil law
Element A5: Loss causation and incident investigation
Element A6: Measuring and reviewing health and safety performance
Element A7: The assessment and evaluation of risk
Element A8: Risk control
Element A9: Organisational factors
Element A10: Human factors
Element A11: The role of the health and safety practitioner
Unit B: Hazardous substances / agents
Element B1: Managing occupational health
Element B2: Identification, assessment and evaluation of hazardous substances
Element B3: The control of hazardous substances
Element B4: The monitoring and measuring of hazardous substances
Element B5: Biological agents
Element B6: Noise and vibration
Element B7: Radiation
Element B8: Mental ill-health and dealing with violence and aggression at work
Element B9: Musculoskeletal risks and controls
Element B10: Work environment risks and controls
Unit C: Workplace and work equipment safety
Element C1: Workplace welfare requirements and specific workplace issues
Element C2: Fire and explosion
Element C3: Workplace fire risk assessment
Element C4: The storage, handling and processing of dangerous substances
Element C5: Work equipment
Element C6: Workplace machinery
Element C7: Mobile, lifting, access and work at height equipment
Element C8: Electrical safety
Element C9: Construction and works of a temporary nature – hazards and controls
Element C10: Workplace transport and managing work-related road risk
Unit DNI: Application of health and safety management in the workplace
Our NEBOSH diploma level course comes with unlimited email and telephone support from typically CmIOSH level tutors (during the UK business hours) and fully downloadable course content.
As a part of your course, you will receive:
- Practice exam papers;
- Mock exams;
- Downloadable PDF files (full course);
- MP3 audio (full course); and
- Video guides
These are all designed to help you throughout your NEBOSH online course. This content has been created to help you to study for the NEBOSH International Diploma both offline and through mobile devices.
We have partnered with NEBOSH accredited training Centre 548 who will help deliver the course and support but you are not alone as we are still here to help.
Enhance your CV: For aspiring experts in occupational health and safety, the NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety provides the foundation of knowledge required to build a successful, professional level career in health and safety.
Knowledge: Using the NEBOSH National general certificate as its foundation, this course uses UK legislation and International Occupational Standards to help you to gain an expert understanding of health and safety across a variety of industries. Thus, the NEBOSH National Diploma is a natural progression for International General Certificate holders and other NEBOSH online course graduates to further their careers.
Recognition: The NEBOSH National Diploma is the flagship NEBOSH award and is the first UK vocational qualification to be developed specifically for health and safety professionals. It also offers the qualification holders the post nominal letters “IDipNEBOSH” as well as it accepted as qualification for GradIOSH, Leading to CmIOSH (should you want to join IOHS as a member).
Career Development: The NEBOSH National diploma has become the most popular professional level health and safety qualification and is valued by employers across the UK. Equal to a level 6 qualification or Honours Level Degree, the National diploma in health and safety is accepted as an entry to postgraduate studies (Msc) and many professional memberships.
The NEBOSH National Diploma is separated into the 4 modules listed above. Units A, B and C are assessed written examination. The fourth unit, unit D will be assessed via an assignment which gives students an opportunity to apply their knowledge within a real working environment.
Each written unit (A, B and C) has a three hour written exam, consisting up to 6 short questions and up to 5 long question each unit. Written exams are twice per year, every January and July. The practical (Unit D) is an assignment set by NEBOSH and this should approximately 8000 words, maximum of 12000 words, as well as the discussion log with your tutor.
Our exams are hosted in our allocated exam centre. Should you prefer an alternative venue, additional sitting fees may apply.
As other NEBOSH qualifications, the National diploma exams are assessed and marked by NEBOSH and their examiners. Once you have completed your exam papers, all the exams are then sealed and sent back to NEBOSH, for rigorous marking, checking and results determination process to ensure maximum accuracy and consistency.
Up to 2 years – 500 guided learning hours
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