What's included? / Modules
Identify the hazards and evaluate them
Delivering SHE training, toolbox talks, inductions or presenting data or investigation
Assist the management team in the development, management, implementation and monitoring of the Safety, Health and Environmental Management System
Provide advice on the practical implementation of the company’s SHE policies
Undertake and/or assist with the monitoring, analysis of and reporting of SHE performance
The moral reasons for good safety, health and environmental working practices, ensuring no harm to people or the environment
The statutory health, safety and environmental legislation
How a SHE Management system works
Appropriate methods for identifying, evaluating and controlling hazards
The range of work activities in a given situation and identify how to prioritise and scope out the hazards with the potential to cause harm and/or loss
The difference between occupational hygiene, health surveillance and health and wellbeing campaigns and methods for implementing these in the workplace
Work effectively in a team
Contribute to a positive SHE culture
Use their Professional Judgement
Apply the code of ethics
Commit to equality and diversity
Continue your professional development
Whilst any entry requirements will be a matter for individual employers, typically an apprentice might be expected to have achieved or be working towards 5 GCSE’s A*- C including English and Maths as well as having knowledge to level 1 equivalent for commonly used office computer applications.
Delivery and Assessment
The training is a blended learning delivery model, which takes place in the work place during working hours, wherever this may be, according to the apprentices role.
This consists of:
1 to 1 monthly meetings of approx. two hours with a GLP trainer (face to face or telephone)
On-line learning courses and/or group sessions
Building an electronic portfolio of workrelated evidence
Maths and English at Level 2 (if not previously achieved)
20% of time at work to be spent working towards apprenticeship
End Point Assessment (EPA) by an external examiner to complete qualification, consisting of: knowledge test, portfolio-based Interview & project presentation
Professional Qualifications, Career Progression, Links to professional Registrations
Apprentices without level 2 English and Maths and level 1 equivalent ICT will need to achieve this level prior to taking the end-point assessment.
Link to Professional Registration
Upon completion learners will be able to join the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) at TechIOSH level. They will also be eligible to join the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) at Affiliate level.