Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety Management
Definition - What does Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety Management mean?
Certificate in occupational health and safety management is a certification offered by Business Standards International (BSI) that provides knowledge of the minimum requirements for best practice of occupational health and safety management. The goal of the course is to provide the students with applicable knowledge of standards and how to implement occupational health and safety initiatives.
Safeopedia explains Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety Management
A certificate in occupational health and safety management provides the knowledge with which to: provide the best possible working conditions across the organization Identify hazards and put in controls to manage them Reduce workplace accidents and illnesses Motivate and educate staff with better workplace health and safety conditions Ensure compliance when dealing with customers and suppliers. A certificate in occupational health and safety is valid for 3 years, and must be maintained and updated to ensure current knowledge of standards.
- Business Standards International (BSI)
- International Standard Organization (ISO)
- American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
- National Institute of Standards and Technology
- International Certificate in Construction Health and Safety
- International Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety
- World Trade Organization (WTO)
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