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Certificate in the Management of Health and Well-being at Work

Definition - What does Certificate in the Management of Health and Well-being at Work mean?

The Certificate in the Management of Health and Well-being at Work is designed for managers, supervisors and team leaders to understand what is required of them to ensure the safety of their staff. This course of study involves instructing individuals on how to identify possible hazards in a given workplace. It is designed to help employers create a safe work atmosphere, where staff can work to their full potential.

Safeopedia explains Certificate in the Management of Health and Well-being at Work

Most courses that provide a Certificate in the Management of Health and Well-being are completed after 30 hours of theoretical study and the successful completion of the assigned assessment tasks. As part of the assessment, a real life case study is required. Most choose to use their own work place as an example. The student needs to locate a health and/or well-being problem, investigate and ultimately find a solution for the proposed problem.

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