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£89 1.4 Analyse ways in which a positive culture- promoting campaigns can be developed that deliver an organisation’s health and safety culture objectives.
Qualifi Level 6 Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management
Unit code: RQF Level: 6
Unit Aims This unit aims to provide learners with knowledge of the role, nature and importance of health and safety culture leadership and training in organizations and the principles of ergonomics and musculoskeletal disorders.
Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria
Learning Outcomes: When awarded credit for this unit, a learner will:
Assessment Criteria: Assessment of this learning outcome will require a learner to demonstrate that they can:
1. Understand occupational health and safety culture in an organisation.
1.1 Evaluate the role and nature of health and safety culture.
1.2 Analyse indicators of a poor safety culture.
1.3 Analyse the features of an effective organisational health and safety culture.
1.4 Analyse ways in which a positive culture- promoting campaigns can be developed that deliver an organisation’s health and safety culture objectives.
1.5 Evaluate the ways in which human and organisational factors affect individual performance and safety culture.
1.6 Evaluate the characteristics of an effective training programme in health and safety.
1.7 Analyse ways in which the currency of their skills and knowledge may be maintained.
1.8 Evaluate the role of IT in promoting health and safety.
2. Understand the principles of ergonomics and musculoskeletal disorders.
2.1 Analyse the characteristics of an effective ergonomics programme that reduces or eliminates the risk of injury.
2.2 Analyse ways in which ergonomic risk reduction measures can be integrated into daily operations.
2.3 Analyse ways in which the business case for including ergonomic considerations can be built into strategic plans.
2.4 Analyse ways in which site ergonomics can be aligned with the programme.
Health and safety culture: behaviours-based safety; human error; indicators and factors causing positive and negative safety culture; how to develop and maintain positive health and safety culture; clearly defined roles and responsibilities; clarity of communication; individual and organizational factors affecting individual health and safety culture and achieving organizational targets and objectives; reviewing goals for site management; activity-based goals for leadership teams, functional managers & front-line supervisors to drive HSE culture, compliance and results; management of change requests from HSE and their implications; team development techniques (organizational structure, skills, technical knowledge, prioritization of work); methods of maintaining currency (technical and scientific publications, participation in professional organizations); role of IT in promoting health and safety; training: in health and safety legislation; carrying out audits; emergency preparedness; hazard categories: biological, chemical, physical, safety, ergonomic, psychosocial; skills currency: CPD, qualifications, training, professional membership, other resources (
LO1) Identification and modification of work practices and workstation design to improve ergonomics; alignment of ergonomics programme with strategic plans; ergonomic investigations (
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